This is a rare 2-disc "ACETATE" LP set.
The first disc features what became side one of Mick Fleetwood's 1981 album "The Visitor"
The second disc features what became side two of the same album.
**Both of these discs are one-sided - the back sides are blank with no music, just a "tone" or hum sound.
**I AM NOT SURE WHEN THESE WERE PRESSED, OR FOR WHOM TO HEAR - BOTH DISCS HAVE PLAIN RED LABELS WITH NO WRITING OR TEXT. THESE LOOK DIFFERENT THAN STANDARD "TEST PRESSINGS" OR "ACETATES". THE DISCS ARE PRESSED ON VINYL, NOT ACETATE MATERIAL. PERHAPS THEY WERE VERY, VERY EARLY "IN-HOUSE" TEST PRESSES, TO BE ACCESSED BY THE PRODUCER OF ARTIST? I DON'T KNOW FOR SURE. I'VE SEEN A FAIR AMOUNT OF THESE KINDS OF TEST LPs IN MY TIME, AND TO ME THESE ARE UNUSUAL.**
The track "Walk A Thin Line" (Mick's solo cover of the Lindsey Buckingham song) features GEORGE HARRISON on slide guitar, 12-string guitar and backing vocals.
The track "Rattlesnake Shake" features PETER GREEN on lead guitar and lead vocals, and he also appears playing "theme guitar" on the track "Super Brains".
**The discs are visually in only FAIR condition, but they play fairly quietly and have good fidelity overall, with only light sounds of crackle here and there.
**Discs will be shipped in plain white covers - no actual album covers were manufactured for this item.