This is an RCA Black Label pressing of Guy Clark's debut, an Americana classic. The sound is excellent and the vinyl plays pretty quietly. It comes with part of the lyric inner sleeve, but somebody has cut a couple of songs out of it. Obnoxious as that may be, I do find it at least somewhat endearing that this copy was very meaningful to someone. Allmusic gives this album 5 stars and calls it "unequaled in 1975 for the depth of its vision and the largeness of its artistic and empathetic heart". This is a record I almost never see out in the bins, people have been hip to it for years for good reason. Features his alt-country classic "Desperados Waiting For The Train" but the whole thing is solid gold.
Vinyl: VG+ (just a few light hairlines that do not affect play)
Cover: VG+ (light wear on edges, name written on front and back)
Play notes: Light surface noise behind music, excellent sound