Rare Actual 1977 Japanese First Pressing Of The Final Album By The Original Lynyrd Skynyrd! Vinyl In Immaculate Condition! Heavy Grade Gatefold Cover Includes 8-Page Booklet With Photos, Lyrics In English & Notes In Japanese.
The original pressings of ‘Street Survivors’ featured a photograph of the band standing in flames on the front cover. Eerily, it was the band members that were most engulfed in fire that died. After the plane crash, the cover was changed to an alternate photo with an all-black background.
Condition – Vinyl: NEAR MINT! Sounds mighty fine indeed!
Condition – Cover: EXCELLENT! Few spots of foxing inside gatefold. Really great condition for over 42 years old!
Japanese vinyl pressings are highly sought after by audiophiles and collectors, due to their premium sound quality and beautifully presented packaging. The sonic quality of Japanese records is regarded as the best in the world. No wonder all the original Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab records were pressed in Japan! The covers are printed on better quality heavy stock paper too. Near Mint condition 1970s Japanese pressings are becoming scarcer ~ and therefore more collectable and valuable every year.
What’s Your Name
One More Time
I Know A Little
You Got That Right
I Never Dreamed
Honky Tonk Night Time Man
Ain’t No Good Life