PLEASE REVIEW PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTION BEFORE PURCHASING! This is a rare copy of John Denver's'John Denver Sings' LP from a collection near St. Peter, Minnesota, the hometown of Annie Martell, the inspiration for'Annie's Song'. As you can see from the photos, the jacket is worn and is split on the top. The spine and bottom of the jacket are worn through from the record.The vinyl is scuffed and scratched, but both sides play without skips. While surface noise and pops are present, they do not overpower the music. Denver pressed 250 copies of this record in 1966 to give as gifts to friends and family. The songs are wonderful, and they include the first recording of'Babe, I Hate To Go (Leaving On A Jet Plane)', as well as several folk songs and four Beatles covers. He is backed by Bob Hefferan and Paul Prestopino from the Chad Mitchell Trio. The back of the jacket has a WONDERFUL personal handwritten inscription. This is not a lot, but it's the best that I can give you, and only a small part of what you have given me. This item is exceptionally difficult to find.
The item "JOHN-DENVER-SINGS Ultra-Rare John Denver-only 250 copies pressed-VINYL SIGNED" is in sale since Saturday, September 30, 2017. This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "yardwalk" and is located in Mankato, Minnesota. This item can be shipped to United States.