Neil Young - Old Man's Fancy Vinyl 2x LP Rare Bootleg Slipped Disc EX+/EX+
  £   75
  $   90


£ 75 Sold For
Sep 19, 2016 Sold Date
Jul 4, 2016 Start Date
1 Number Of Bids
  Great Britain Country Of Seller
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Untitled Document       

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12" Vinyl LP

Slipped Disc

Cat No:
SX-TT 979



Condition (Sleeve/Disc):
See below for grading definitions

Live At The L.A. Forum November 4th 1976 And With Firefall And Spirit At Santa Monica Civic August 28th 1976. Audience recordings.

The sleeve is in great condition, just very minor storage wear

The discs are also in great condition with just a few light surface marks.


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