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Only 3 left. Disney Ultimate Hits [LP] Disney Baby Lullaby Frozen: The Songs Moana However, certain records are worth a pretty penny. Have a look out for mono copies of the King's debut album. You're looking for a gram blue vinyl copy not hard to spot with a 6-eye label.
Columbia switched to a 2-eye label in , making the former versions more valuable. Only are known to have been pressed, and mint copies are as rare as hen's teeth. Look out for that artwork and you could be in for a treat. Collectors pay crazy sums of money for the most sought-after records, which include this dancefloor-filler by Washington DC's The Cashmeres.
Pristine first pressings of the LP are the most coveted and fetch the highest prices. Monterose — J. Monterose is top of many a jazz record collector's wishlist. Jolly What! A handful of copies in finished picture sleeves that credit Independence Day as the B-side.
When officially released in February , the B-side was changed to Be True. Only 50 finished sleeves in the smaller format are thought to have been made. EMI had to contract Beatles pressings out to other companies to meet demand. In the wake of the film and the first landing on the moon, Philips thought that they had a hit on their hands. This item seems to suggest that there were plans to launch the record in an eye-catching picture sleeve, which was uncommon for UK singles at the time.
It was subsequently issued in mono and went Top 5. There are only two known copies in circulation of six cut. This Northampton band, led by Steve Giles on guitar and vocals, found it hard to make headway performing original material. Giles took Dark into a studio in April , but when they went back for five days in the line-up had changed to Giles, Ron Johnson bass , Clive Thorneycroft drums and Martin Weaver guitar. This second version of the record is limited to eight copies and comes in a black-and- white handmade gatefold sleeve, some containing a booklet.
US copies are cheap, but there are only a handful of UK pressings. They were especially reticent when Lennon submitted the naked photo he wanted to use for the cover. Most of these mono copies were destroyed when Lennon demanded that the record be remixed in stereo. Lazy Day and a follow-up did not hit, and album sessions were halted after eight songs. The band was dropped by Decca. Test pressings were made of a track LP, as well as a small number of albums with labels in finished sleeves.
There are four known copies of the finished LP with labels. The grooves were packed with psych-tinged pop, with guest appearances from The Small Faces, Nicky Hopkins and an orchestra. This band gets another entry with a small private pressing of their album: 12 copies in colour sleeves and booklet inserts — super rare.
As well as the vinyl there was a goblet, handkerchief, menu cards, boxes of matches — even a pen. This price is for the lot. EMI only made a small pressing of each batch in stereo, and this first pressing has famed Dick James Music credits.
Not so. There are three known copies of this item. Anti-social behaviour saw the band thrown off the label like a shot. Though 20, copies of God Save The Queen were pressed, most were destroyed, making it vitally collectable. These few acetates were deployed by the late Malcolm McLaren to secure the band a new deal and gigs after the EMI debacle. The labels reproduced the original with no mention of The Quarry Men. At Christmas, George, Ringo and others received copies. It has never materialised on eBay.
You can imagine the excitement and pride when they got home and gathered around a 78rpm record player to listen to their efforts. Registered in England. Company No. Register here. There are plenty of parallels between Karen Dalton and Judee Sill. As is seemingly always the case, it was only after her death that her music found the audience it deserved, and in recent years, her songs have been covered by everyone from Fleet Foxes to Linda Ronstadt.
Japanese singer Harumi is a rather mysterious figure. What became of him after the s, no one knows, but Harumi remains a weird and wonderful relic of a weird and wonderful time.Shop for new and used CDs and Vinyl, including 45s, 10"s, 12"s, and LPs. Always FREE SHIPPING.