Visiting my daughter in San Francisco last week, found the Recycled Records store on Haight Street a few blocks from her apt. Woo hoo!
Gordon Bok (Verve/Folkways label, probably his first album, I never even knew this existed)
Kingston Trio - College Concert, The Kingston Trio, #16, At Large, Once Upon a Time
Oscar Brand - Bawdy Songs and Back Room Ballads Vol 1 and Vol 3. These were mono, on Audio Fidelity label, in excellent shape with AF sleeves (original, I presume). Vol 1 was copyright 1955. We already had BS&BRB Vol 4 (AF Stereo, 1958). Pretty risque' stuff for the fifties!
Ed McCurdy - When Dalliance Was in Full Flower. More bawdy madrigals. It still had the original sleeve and the booklet with lyrics.
Fairport Convention - Rosie, House Full (Live in LA 1970)
Steeleye Span - Sails of Silver (never heard of this one, either... thought we had all of Steeleye's albums)
Good place, well organized. Asked if they gave a volume discount, and he knocked $100 down to $70. A couple of the Kingston Trio records are a bit scratchy but everything plays OK. The scratchy ones were cheap ($2.50-3.50 before discount) and they don't skip, so I'm not complaining.
I haven't had that much fun record shopping in decades. We didn't even have a chance to visit Amoeba records a few blocks further along Haight. Next time!