This lot has one very rare lp of the Dutch (Amsterdam based) pop/rock/beat group Johnny Kendall and the Heralds.
Although their biggest hit St. James Infirmary was released different times (1964 -1969) there was no release of a lp in The Netherlands.
The lp in this lot was only released in Germany and is now rather hard to find in a nice condition.
The sleeve of this lp is in a rather good condition (VG+), no writing, not too much wear, only some sticker damage on the front. The spine is rather fine,hardly no wear, no holes and most letters are good visible.
The vinyl is Excellent (VG++), no scratches, if you look very close you can see some small scuffs. They don't influence the music.
Johnny Kendall And The Heralds* – On The Move
Label: RCA Camden – CAL 10 041
Format: Vinyl, LP
Genre: Rock, Pop Style: Beat
See See Rider
You Walked Away
I Can Make
St. James Infirmary
Ask A Falling Star
Take This Hurt Off Me
Hoochie Coochie Man
I Can't Believe
Johnny Kendall & the Heralds was a Dutch popgroup from the sixties. The group played blues, beat and rock 'n'roll and was well known by the hit St. James Infirmary. The singer of the group was Johan Donker Kaat, a.k.a. Johnny Kendall.