March 22, 2017 Record of the Day

pink-floydThe second album for England’s Pink Floyd “A Saucerful of Secrets” came in the summer of ’68. It was the last album for Sid Barrett and the first for David Gilmour. Released by Tower records, the value depends on the color of the record label. A striped label makes the album worth up to $100.00, but a copy with an orange label can sell for $300.00 today.

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