As is stated in the questions near the bottom of the ad, this is one of
at least 2 copies, the other having possibly made into the poor quality
bootleg that's floating around. I'm sure it would be a big headache to
get this slightly better copy released legally between Lou Reed being a
control freak about Velvet Underground releases and then the record
company and then having to deal with the Andy Warhol estate. I would
like to hear it though. Some of my favorite music is the rawer
garage/surf/blues version of a band before it made it big. I'll take
early Yardbirds over Led Zeppelin or The Moving Sidewalks over ZZ Top
any day, not to mention early Captain Beefhart.
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it's also in very poor playing condition & others have made digital
copies.of this very disc.
I have my doubts about it being the only copy.
At 12:22 PM 12/7/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>This is apparently the highest price paid for a record of any kind and
>according to article in Goldmine, it's legit.
>_eBay: VELVET UNDERGROUND & NICO 1966 Acetate LP ANDY WARHOL (item
>300054910309 end time Dec-08-06 20:27:23 PST)_
>Do you have any idea of what the Final Value fee will be on this item?
>It hasn't closed yet either. Still time to bid.
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