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"Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Hair - The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical - The Original Broadway Cast Recording (LP, Album) (Very Good Plus (VG+))

"Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Hair - The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical - The Original Broadway Cast Recording (LP, Album) (Very Good Plus (VG+))

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Media Condition:  Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good (VG)
Country:    UK  
Genre:       Stage & Screen
Style:         Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock, Musical

clean labels, outer sleeve great shape, gloss film lifting


Recorded May 6, 1968 in RCA's Studio B, New York City. 'The Original Broadway Cast Recording' noted on top LH corner of Sleeve Front. 'RCA Victor Dynagroove Recording' noted on top RH corner of Sleeve Front underneath boxed 'RCA Victor'. Gloss-laminated front sleeve, Un-laminated back sleeve. Spine reads : 'HAIR' 'THE ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST' 'RCA VICTOR STEREO' (stereo in bold) 'SF 7959' Top RH corner of Rear Sleeve reads : 'STEREO SF 7959 (LSO-11500) (also available in Mono)' Bottom middle of Rear Sleeve shows the following in Italic Text: © 1968, Radio Corporation of America. Printed in England by MacNeill Press, London S.E.1. Laminated with 'Clarifoil' made by British Celanese Limited. 'RCA Great Britain Limited, Record Division, RCA House, Curzon St., London W.1.' is shown in Capitals, at bottom RH corner of Rear Sleeve, next to 'RCA VICTOR' in White Text on a Black Background. Both Side 1 & Side 2 labels Copyrighted ℗ 1968 at 6 o'clock. The text 'United Artists' is printed immediately beneath the Rights Societies. The Runout Codes are printed, inverted, in brackets, immediately above the Catalog Numbers on the record labels. The letters 'J/T' appear immediately above the inverted, bracketed Runout Codes on the record labels. Record Labels coloured Black with Silver Text except for 'RCA Victor' Large Serif Text in White at Label Top, above Red Disc containing White RCA Logo. This record label layout is virtually identical to the Mono version; see at . The following text is printed around the outer edge of the record labels on both sides: MADE IN ENGLAND BY THE DECCA RECORD COMPANY LTD., LONDON, FROM MASTER RECORDINGS OF R.C.A. TRADE MARK(S) REGISTRADA(S). TRADE MARKS USED BY AUTHORITY AND UNDER CONTROL OF RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA (R.C.A.) ALL RIGHTS OF THE MANUFACTURER AND OF THE OWNER OF THE RECORDED WORK RESERVED. UNAUTHORISED PUBLIC PERFORMANCE BROADCASTING AND COPYING OF THIS RECORD PROHIBITED.


A1. Ronnie Dyson, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Aquarius 2:55
. Medley 2:45
A2.1. Gerome Ragni, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Donna
A2.2. "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Hashish
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A3. Steve Curry, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Sodomy 0:50
A4. Lamont Washington, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Colored Spade 1:10
A5. James Rado, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Manchester England 1:20
. Medley 1:10
A6.1. Lamont Washington, Steve Curry, Gerome Ragni, James Rado - I'm Black
A6.2. Steve Curry, Lamont Washington, Melba Moore, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Ain't Got No
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A7. Sally Eaton, Shelley Plimpton, Melba Moore, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Air 1:15
A8. "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Initials 0:55
A9. James Rado, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - I Got Life 3:05
A10. James Rado, Gerome Ragni, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Hair 2:55
A11. Jonathan Kramer (2) - My Conviction 1:36
A12. Gerome Ragni, Steve Curry - Don't Put It Down 2:00
A13. Shelley Plimpton - Frank Mills 2:05
A14. "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Be-In 3:00
B1. James Rado, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Where Do I Go? 2:40
. Medley 3:35
B2.1. Diane Keaton, Suzannah Norstrand, Natalie Mosco - Black Boys
B2.2. Melba Moore, Lorrie Davis, Emmaretta Marks - White Boys
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B3. Lynn Kellogg - Easy To Be Hard 2:35
B4. "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Walking In Space 5:00
B5. Lamont Washington, Ronnie Dyson, Donnie Burks, Lorrie Davis - Abie Baby 2:45
. Medley 4:45
B6.1. "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - Three-Five-Zero-Zero
B6.2. Ronnie Dyson, Walter Harris - What A Piece Of Work Is Man
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B7. Lynn Kellogg, Melba Moore, James Rado, Gerome Ragni - Good Morning Starshine 2:30
B8. James Rado, Lynn Kellogg, Melba Moore, "Hair" Original Broadway Cast - The Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In) 3:35


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout WPRS-3962-1L Stamped
Matrix / Runout WPRS-3963-1L Stamped
Rights Society BIEM
Rights Society NCB
Rights Society GEMA



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We Grade Records Using the Goldmine System (But Slightly Simplified)

When We Grade Records Most Grading is Done Visually, If the Record is Worth Over £10.00 it will be Test Played, Due to the Sheer Amount of Products we List A Day it would be humanly Impossible to Test Play everything.

We Grade items Using the Below Guide:-



Item Is New, Vinyl Brand New, Never Played, Sleeve Usually Stil in Seal Wrap


Near Mint

The record Will be Like New, Possibly Unplayed, As will be used it will have been handled by a previous owner, The Sleeve will be in Almost Perfect Condition, there may be some indication that the sleeve was Handled such as a slight mark on sleeve corners


Very Good Plus (VG+)

The Record Will Be In Excellent Condition, There Will be a Few Very Fine Marks on the Vinyl, Around 2 - 5 Would be Acceptable, and The Sleeve Will Show Light Wear to Corners Only


Very Good (VG)

The Record Will Show Signs That it has been used, Quite a few Fine Marks on Media, Around 5 - 10 Would Be Acceptable, Surface noise is common at the Very Beginning of Playback, and Surface Noise Will Possibly be present only at the Quietest parts of Playback, Sleeve Will Have Either Have Heavy Wear to Corners or Wear to edges.


Good Plus (G+)

The Record Will Have Noticeable Scratches, Possible Deep scratches, on playback, all or Part of the Media Playback will have Surface Noise Present (for Example One Scratch Can Cause load noise but the rest of the record plays fine) Record won't Skip, and Sleeve Will Have Heavy Wear Overall Record Where Split is Going to Happen, Or Sleeve Has Rip in Sleeve But not all the way Across


Good (G)

Vinyl Will Play But will Have Skipping in parts, Sleeve Will Have a Large Rip(S) Resulting in Sleeve being Unable to Contain the Record Unsupported


Fair (F)

A Very Rare Occasion We Would Sell A Fair Record, Record Will Be Split or not fully intact, Sleeve Will be Partially Missing or Torn in more than one place

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