By Hans Pokora
The cream of folks, Psychedelic, innovative, storage and Beat song. Over a thousand expert color pictures of the rarest 60's and 70's album covers from around the globe. Over three hundred US teams together with all JUSTICE LP´s and the RAREST ACETATES proven for the 1st time. The rarest releases from AUSTRIA to NEW ZEALAND. vague collectables from TURKEY, GREECE, SOUTH KOREA, MEXICO, COLOMBIA, ITALY, ICELAND, AUSTRALIA, SOUTH AFRICA and masses more.
A kaleidoscopic review of the rarest and most costly collectable albums from worldwide. An integral publication for all severe creditors of 60's and 70's infrequent documents, compiled from the collector Hans Pokora for creditors and curious track fanatics. comprises exact description of: starting place, Label, worth and Rarity.
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