Nice

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Nice - Ars Longa Vita Brevis Ars Longa Vita Brevis
Pop New - LP Z12 52 020 Immediate
Sealed 1968 Pink Label Stereo Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. A Groundbreaking Effort And Their Best Album.... more details
 
Nice - Ars Longa Vita Brevis Ars Longa Vita Brevis
Pop Used - LP Z12 52 020 Immediate
Stunning 1968 Heavy Vinyl Pink Label Stereo Original. Shrink Wrap Intact.... more details
 
Nice - The Nice The Nice
Pop Used - LP IMSP 026 Immediate
Archival Quality 1969 UK Pink Label Original In Glossy, Unplayed Condition Housed In The Original Non Laminated Gatefold Cover. 2U/2U Stampers. “The Nice's Third Album Was Their First To Break Them Into The Star Recording Bracket In The U.K., Where It Reached Number Three On The Charts. Though Only Measuring Six Songs In All, It Covered A Lot Of Territory, In A Rich Mixture Of Psychedelic Rock, Jazz, And Classical That Did A Lot To Map The Format For Progressive Rock. The Extended Pretension Of Some Of The Numbers, Viewed Less Forgivingly, Might Also Seem Like An Antecedent To Pop/Rock. But The Studio Side Of The LP (In Its Pre-CD Incarnation) Included One Of Their Best Tracks, A Cover Of Tim Hardin's "Hang On To A Dream," With Grand Keith Emerson Classical Lines And An Angelic Choir. It Also Included A Reworking Of The B-Side Of Their First Single In "Azrael Revisited," A Slight Throwback To The More Playful Psychedelia Of Their Roots With "Diary Of An Empty Day," And The Nine-Minute "For Example," In Which Emerson Stretched Out His Jazz-Classical Mutations To A Fuller Length, Throwing In A Quote From "Norwegian Wood" Along The Way. More Attention Was Given To The Second Side Of The LP, Recorded Live At The Fillmore East, With A Berserk Workout Of A Number From Their Debut Album, "Rondo" And A 12-Minute Overhaul Of Bob Dylan's "She Belongs To Me." Ruchie Unterberger, AMG.... more details
 
Nice - Five Bridges Five Bridges
Pop New - LP SR 61295 Mercury
Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original. A Delectable Presentation Of Early 70s Prog Rock Featuring Keith Emerson. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes.... more details
 
Nice - The Nice The Nice
Pop Used - LP Z12 52022 Immediate
Beautiful 1969 Original, Radio Station Timing Strip On Front Cover. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
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Five Bridges
Pop Used - LP CAS 1014 Charisma
Lovely 1974 Gatefold Original. Slight Jacket Wear, Album Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Nice - Five Bridges Five Bridges
Pop Used - LP CAS 1014 Charisma
Lovely 1974 Gatefold Original. Slight Jacket Wear, Album Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Nice - Ars Longa Vita Brevis Ars Longa Vita Brevis
Pop Used - LP IMSP 020 Immediate
1968 UK Pink Label Stereo Original. Jacket Is VG+, Vinyl Is Near Mint.... more details
 
Nice - Elegy Elegy
Prog Used - LP CAS 1030 Charisma
Stunning 1971 UK Pink Label Original, A-1U/B-1U Stampers, Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Nice - America America
Pop New - LP SHM 917 Pickwick
Sealed 1972 Compilation. Licensed From Charisma.... more details
 
Nice - Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack
Pop New - LP CR 300021 Charly / Immediate
Sealed 1976 Reissue Of Their First Album Released On The Immediate Label In 1967.... more details
 
Nice - Autumn To Spring Autumn To Spring
Pop New - LP CAS1 Buddah
Sealed 1973 Original With Cut Corner. “This Compilation Covers The Nice's Earliest Recordings, Made From Autumn 1967 To Spring 1968, Before Wild Guitarist Davy O'List Left The Group. It Features The Single Version Of "America," And The B-Side "Diamond Hard Blue Apples Of The Moon," And Remixes Of Six Of The Eight Songs On The Nice's First Album, The Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack. Also Included Is A Previously Unavailable Early Version Of "Daddy, Where Did I Come From," Which The Band Later Re-Recorded For Their Second Album.” - Stephen Raiteri, AMG.... more details
 
Nice - Five Bridges Five Bridges
Prog Used - LP SR 61295 Mercury
1970 Gatefold Original. A Delectable Presentation Of Early 70s Prog Rock Featuring Keith Emerson. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Nice - Best Of The Nice Best Of The Nice
Pop Used - LP 048-90674 Immediate
Beautiful Heavy Vinyl German Pressing In A Laminated Cover.... more details
 
Nice - The Nice The Nice
Pop Used - LP Z12 52022 Immediate
Stunning 1969 Pink Label Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 4½ Stars. “The Nice's Third Album Was Their First To Break Them Into The Star Recording Bracket In The U.K., Where It Reached Number Three On The Charts. Though Only Measuring Six Songs In All, It Covered A Lot Of Territory, In A Rich Mixture Of Psychedelic Rock, Jazz, And Classical That Did A Lot To Map The Format For Progressive Rock. The Extended Pretension Of Some Of The Numbers, Viewed Less Forgivingly, Might Also Seem Like An Antecedent To Pop/Rock. But The Studio Side Of The LP (In Its Pre-CD Incarnation) Included One Of Their Best Tracks, A Cover Of Tim Hardin's "Hang On To A Dream," With Grand Keith Emerson Classical Lines And An Angelic Choir. It Also Included A Reworking Of The B-Side Of Their First Single In "Azrael Revisited," A Slight Throwback To The More Playful Psychedelia Of Their Roots With "Diary Of An Empty Day," And The Nine-Minute "For Example," In Which Emerson Stretched Out His Jazz-Classical Mutations To A Fuller Length, Throwing In A Quote From "Norwegian Wood" Along The Way. More Attention Was Given To The Second Side Of The LP, Recorded Live At The Fillmore East, With A Berserk Workout Of A Number From Their Debut Album, "Rondo" And A 12-Minute Overhaul Of Bob Dylan's "She Belongs To Me.” Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Nice - Everything As Nice As Mother Makes It Everything As Nice As Mother Makes It
Pop New - LP IMOCS 102 Immdeiate
Sealed 1969 Gatefold Original (Released In The UK As "The Nice). The Nice's Third Album Was Their First To Break Them Into The Star Recording Bracket In The U.K., Where It Reached Number Three On The Charts. Though Only Measuring Six Songs In All, It Covered A Lot Of Territory, In A Rich Mixture Of Psychedelic Rock, Jazz, And Classical That Did A Lot To Map The Format For Progressive Rock. The Extended Pretension Of Some Of The Numbers, Viewed Less Forgivingly, Might Also Seem Like An Antecedent To Pop/Rock. But The Studio Side Of The LP Included One Of Their Best Tracks, A Cover Of Tim Hardin's "Hang On To A Dream," With Grand Keith Emerson Classical Lines And An Angelic Choir. It Also Included A Reworking Of The B-Side Of Their First Single In "Azrael Revisited," A Slight Throwback To The More Playful Psychedelia Of Their Roots With "Diary Of An Empty Day," And The Nine-Minute "For Example," In Which Emerson Stretched Out His Jazz-Classical Mutations To A Fuller Length, Throwing In A Quote From "Norwegian Wood" Along The Way. More Attention Was Given To The Second Side Of The LP, Recorded Live At The Fillmore East, With A Berserk Workout Of A Number From Their Debut Album, "Rondo" And A 12-Minute Overhaul Of Bob Dylan's "She Belongs To Me." Richie Unterberger, AMG.... more details
 
Nice - Elegy Elegy
Pop Used - LP 6303 011 Philips
1971 Blue And Silver Label German Original Housed In A Laminated Gatefold Jacket Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. The Name "Hancock" Is Neatly Written In Italic Printing On The Labels.... more details
 
Nice - Nice Nice
Pop Used - LP 1C 062-90 524 Immediate
Stunning 1969 White Label German Stereo Original Housed In A laminated Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed. The Name "Hancock" Is Neatly Written In Italic Print On Each Label.... more details
 
Nice - Autumn To Spring Autumn To Spring
Pop New - LP CAS 1 Charisma
Sealed 1973 Original. Tiny Saw Cut. “This Compilation Covers The Nice's Earliest Recordings, Made From Autumn 1967 To Spring 1968, Before Wild Guitarist Davy O'List Left The Group. It Features The Single Version Of "America," And The B-Side "Diamond Hard Blue Apples Of The Moon," And Remixes Of Six Of The Eight Songs On The Nice's First Album, The Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack. Also Included Is A Previously Unavailable Early Version Of "Daddy, Where Did I Come From," Which The Band Later Re-Recorded For Their Second Album.” - Stephen Raiteri, AMG.... more details
 
Nice - Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack
Pop Used - LP Z12 52 004 Immediate
Stunning 1967 Pink Label Stereo Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Nice - Autumn '67-Spring '68 Autumn '67-Spring '68
Pop Used - LP CS 1 Charisma
Stunning 1972 UK Pink Label First Pressing With 1U/1U Stampers Cut By The Great George Peckham: A Porky Prime Cut. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Nice - Elegy Elegy
Pop New - LP SR 61324 Mercury
Sealed 1971 Original With Custom "Keith Emerson" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 

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