Details about Steely Dan – The Royal Scam LPSee original listing
15 Jun, 2014 14:46:41 AEST
Erskineville, NSW, Australia
Very good: An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewellery case or item ... Read moreabout the condition
Up for auction is a copy of Steely Dan – The Royal Scam LP
The record has been cleaned using a Nitty Gritty Record Cleaning Machine. This is a vacum record cleaning system which has been around for many years and works incredibly well. So the record will arrive in the best possible condition and I'm sure you'll hear the difference, it'll sound superb. Hope you enjoy it!
Vinyl = VG+, borderline mint
Sleeve = VG+
Grading is according to Goldmine Magazine grading standards (full details at the bottom of the listing). All vinyl is graded conservatively, VG indicates a well cared for record, Mint is rarely used and reserved for new records or those in exceptionally good condition.
All records have been stored in and will be posted with an outer sleeve. Records will also be posted in a stiff cardboard mailer to ensure they reach you in perfect condition.
Steely Dan – The Royal Scam
Label:ABC Records – ABCD 931
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Fusion, Pop Rock, Soft Rock
A1 Kid Charlemagne 4:38
A2 The Caves Of Altamira 3:33
A3 Don't Take Me Alive 4:18
A4 Sign In Stranger 4:22
A5 The Fez 3:59
B1 Green Earrings 4:05
B2 Haitian Divorce 5:30
B3 Everything You Did 3:54
B4 The Royal Scam 6:31
Art Direction, Design – Ed Caraeff
Artwork [Cover Art] – Charlie Ganse, Zox
Backing Vocals – Clydie King, Michael McDonald, Sherlie Matthews, Tim Schmit*, Venetta Fields
Bass – Chuck Rainey
Design [Typographic Design] – Tom Nikosey
Drums – Bernard Purdie, Rick Marotta
Engineer – Elliot Shiner*
Engineer [Mix Down] – Barney Perkins
Engineer, Engineer [Mix Down] – Roger Nichols
Guitar – Dean Parks, Dennis Dias*, Elliot Randall*, Larry Carlton
Guitar, Bass – Walter Becker
Horns – Bob Findley, Jim Horn, John Klemmer, Plas Johnson, Slyde Hyde
Horns, Arranged By [Horns] – Chuck Findley
Keyboards – Don Grolnick, Paul Griffin, Victor Feldman
Keyboards, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Donald Fagen
Other [Nurse] – Karen Stanley
Percussion – Gary Coleman, Victor Feldman
Producer – Gary Katz
Technician [Techno] – Bob DeAvila, Stuart Dawson*, Warren Wallace
Written-By – Griffin* (tracks: A5)
Written-by, Arranged By [Horns] – Donald Fagen, Walter Becker
POSTAGE & PACKAGING
Australia - It's a flat rate of $8.50 for the first LP (doubles $10.50) and an extra $2 for each additional LP (Double albums are $4). If purchasing more than 4 albums, please contact me once you've finished shopping and I will send you a revised invoice with reduced postage when possible.
Overseas - $23 to Europe (Doubles $28), $20 to the US (Doubles $25) and $17 for Asia/Pacific (Doubles $23). For each additional album add $5 (Doubles $10). These are the upper limits and if postage is cheaper to your location I will invoice you with the correct amount plus a few dollars for packaging.
Overseas buyers please contact me once you've finished shopping for an invoice with the correct postage.
All records come with an outer sleeve and will be posted in a dedicated cardboard mailer to insure it reaches you safely. Local pickup from inner west Sydney is also welcome.
As always I offer a full money back guarantee if you're not satisfied with your purchase. Please contact me if there are any issues and I will try and sort it out to your satisfaction. Also returns are welcome, please note all return postage costs are at the buyers expense, but bid with confidence as I am yet to have an item returned.
All vinyl has been cleaned using a Nitty Gritty Record cleaning machine and generally sounds as good as new (if not better!)
Feel free to contact me with any questions and also please check out my other auctions. Good luck and happy bidding!
Grading is as per Goldmine Magazine grading standards, with items being graded conservatively.
SS : Still Sealed - in factory-fresh condition
M : Mint - perfect, factory-fresh but opened
M- : Mint Minus - a near perfect, probably unplayed record
VG+ : Very Good Plus - close to like new with only superficial signs of use that dont affect play. Only well cared for records will grade out to VG+. Will satisfy all but the most demanding collector.
VG : Very Good - a used, reasonable copy. There will be obvious signs of wear and the possibility of light surface noise between tracks or during quiet passages, but still quite nice.
VG- : Very Good Minus - significant wear and marks and usually quite noticeable surface noise.
G+ : Good Plus - In the record world, 'Good' is not good! From here on down (Fair, Poor), we're talking about beat-up records.
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