COMUS FIRST UTTERANCE 1st ISSUE RARE 1971 UK DAWN RECORDS VINYL LP INSERT - rare vinyl collector item


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COMUS ‘FIRST UTTERANCE’ 1st ISSUE RARE 1971 UK DAWN RECORDS VINYL LP + INSERT.

COMUS FIRST UTTERANCE 1st ISSUE  RARE 1971 UK DAWN RECORDS VINYL LP  INSERT
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#16355
Ebay Item #
131997170404
Sold Price
$1190.14
Bids
27
Auction End date
15 Nov 2016
Seller Location
Sussex **WE SHIP WORLDWIDE**

Item Description

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COMUS ‘FIRST UTTERANCE’ – AN ORIGINAL AND MEGA RARE 1971 UK DAWN RECORDS VINYL LP, Cat No, DNLS 3019.

This is an original and super rare UK 1971 Debut UK Prog, Rock, Psych LP from Comus in Gate-fold Picture Sleeve with lyric insert.


Comus are a British progressive folk band which had a brief career in the early 1970s; their first album, First Utterance, gave them a cult following which persists. They reunited in 2009 and have played several festivals and released a new album. Comus was formed in 1969 by fellow art students Roger Wootton and Glenn Goring who developed their musical style performing in folk clubs in and around Bromley in Kent. The band was named after Comus (a masque by John Milton), and is also from the name of the Greek god Comus. The band grew from the early folk duo to the six piece ensemble that David Bowie came to appreciate. They appeared regularly at his Arts Lab project in Beckenham, Kent. He also invited them as support act for a 1969 concert at London's Purcell Rooms. Their first album, First Utterance, with cover art by Wootton and Goring, appeared in 1971. The music is largely acoustic art rock (also described as acoustic metal and acid folk) that blends elements of Eastern percussion, early folk and animal-like vocals. The lyrics involve violence, murder, mental disorder and the mystical. The group disbanded after this album, but Wootton, Hellaby, and Watson reformed the band with new members for their second album, To Keep from Crying, in 1974.

Both Dawn record labels are in Near Mint condition, both record labels are undamaged, all printed text is clear and unfaded, all that is visible are a couple of play signs to the centre of the labels.



The machine stamped Matrix's, Side 1, are DNLS 3019 A-3*T and Side 2, DNLS 3019 B-3*T.



Both sides of the vinyl LP are in superb Near Mint condition, the vinyl LP is a beautiful example and has NO scratches or scuffs and shows only a couple of insignificant light surface hairlines, this is by far the best example that i have seen for a long time.



The LP plays through all tracks without faults, a really clear uninterrupted sound quality without skips, clicks, pops or background noise, a really stunning sound quality from this LP.

The LP comes in it’s original Gate-fold Picture Sleeve which is in beautiful Excellent Plus condition. The sleeve is non laminated and is usually vulnerableto handling signs, yellowing and wear, this example is super clean to the front, inner gate-fold centre and back panel, all four edges are undamaged and free from any splits, with just very tiny corner bumps, the spine edge and opening edge are undamaged.








The original double sided lyric inner sheet is in undamaged Near Mint condition.




This is a really beautiful example of this mega rare Debut UK Album from Comus.

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