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4000+ Northern Soul Record Collection Auction News Item

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Passed up to Soul Source by a member, word about a news article currently being run via the North East Uk based The Chronicle Newspaper website http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk that may be of interest.

The article is all about a collection of 4000+ northern 45s up for auction via North Shields auctioneers Featonby’s on December 5 2016. 

The member has been informed on whose collection it may be but as the details are not definite and information is hard to find via the websites this does needs confirming before publishing.

Information such as auction details does seem a bit scarce on it all, so a good dig may be needed, but anyway here's the links

News Article on The Chronicle Live website

'A huge archive of Northern soul records amassed by a Tyneside devotee is to be auctioned amid international interest

The collector has been described as a legend in his field and would fly to the United States to find records and then have them shipped back to this country,” said auctioneer Darren...'

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/tyneside-auctioneer-set-sell-4000-12240079

Featbys Auction Website

http://www.featonbys.co.uk/

 




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What a strange way to sell them ! There doesn't seem to be a list of the contents of the boxes, or even how many records each box contains, just saying 4000 45's doesn't really help. With a 25.5% buyers premium also to take into account how would you know what to bid?  I suppose if it's close enough distance wise then it'd be worth a journey to go look, but that's gonna cut down the potential buyers, or will it be just like a gathering of the major and minor dealers?
I remember previous collections auctioned via this route and they raised a tiny percentage of what I would have expected. If I knew whose collection this is I'd have definitely advised them to sell them via a different route. Bonkers to me !

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If this is who I think it is then there will be some great records in there .  I've been buying from him for years after getting a tip from a fellow collector . 

The clues are in the newspaper article and there was a thread on here about him earlier in the year .

If I had some spare cash I'd be up for a couple of boxes blind 

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 I contacted the auctioneers ,they sent me the list of records ,but I cant open on my tablet,isent it to my work and  its over 200 pages   wanted to print it off but to much to risk.   some top stuff on it

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It is Johns

there are 120 in each box

95% are rubbish early 60s he could never sell or major label big sellers that are neither rnb or soul

the odd pop record

any of note are bootlegs 

only two of the boxes are worth any bid and they contain a small quantity of reissues and stick on bootlegs

Edited by headsy
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57 minutes ago, soulsickdog said:

 I contacted the auctioneers ,they sent me the list of records ,but I cant open on my tablet,isent it to my work and  its over 200 pages   wanted to print it off but to much to risk.   some top stuff on it

Are you willing to share if I send my email address or are you restricted for some reason?

 

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21 hours ago, purist said:

What a strange way to sell them ! There doesn't seem to be a list of the contents of the boxes, or even how many records each box contains, just saying 4000 45's doesn't really help. With a 25.5% buyers premium also to take into account how would you know what to bid?  I suppose if it's close enough distance wise then it'd be worth a journey to go look, but that's gonna cut down the potential buyers, or will it be just like a gathering of the major and minor dealers?
I remember previous collections auctioned via this route and they raised a tiny percentage of what I would have expected. If I knew whose collection this is I'd have definitely advised them to sell them via a different route. Bonkers to me !

I heard about this on Thursday and did some digging.

The post above just about sums up my thoughts.

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What a load of bollocks

records are listed and available ftom auctioneers

nothing unusual about splitting lots in an auction

Estate not left to anybody

Any question to them about origin gets an honest answer

 

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1 hour ago, headsy said:

What a load of bollocks

records are listed and available ftom auctioneers

nothing unusual about splitting lots in an auction

Estate not left to anybody

Any question to them about origin gets an honest answer

 

I clicked on more details, and it didn't even show quantity in each box, let alone a list of titles. Can you put up a link to the titles list please

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Majority is blues ,doo wop, 60s, few motown bit of reggae, Northern mainly reissues or boots all mixed up in the lots & yes it is the remnants  from Johns collection spoke to a few who have been through these when John was alive & not a great deal of any to note  sale starts at 11.00am 25% buyer commission on top , I printed them off for our soul night last night for collectors to have a look at no big records on original of what we could see

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Anyone from the North East go to this? It's only down the road from me in North Shields and assumed it was John's stuff but forgot about it til too late. 

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3 hours ago, Mike Lofthouse said:

£1700 ( +20+%) highest bid on one lot - 200 or so 45's 

 

This lot contained Eddie Parker I'm Gone & Rose Baptiste boots dealers & internet driving prices up every record lot started at £100 auction started at 11 records never came on till 4 cheapest batch went for £160 , 2 lots for around £500

 

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5 hours ago, HARRY 1 said:

seen list lots and lots of boots and crap Headsy is spot on in description 

Just wasted a full day set out at 9 back at 7.30 but the craics been good few of the lads from Newcastle there 

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I thought i had seen it it all until today that is. We all think ebay is bad.......... well it was a day of my life wasted.

Most of the 45 lots hit well over £200 each most were in fact between £300-£500. Lot 339 hit £1700 + 22.5% buyer commission £2082.50! The Tan Geers, Ruby Andrews and Sam Fletcher Bootlegs. UNBELIVEABLE. :lol:What have I missed in this lot? I am sure that most of this lot were reissues.

Remember most of these lots were reissues and possibly old soul pack records that could never be sold as a lot of the titles were familiar.

Well done Featonby's Auction Room, you hit the Jackpot. :thumbup:

I was there all day and did bid on a lot of them but then it just went daft with one person buying most of what was for sale. I should have got the hint when I noticed the said person unfolding cardboard boxes for 45's before the records had been sold haha.

Here are the listings of lot 339:

BOX KK lot no : 339    
Eric Frank Avalon Venus
Atlantic The Buffalo Springfield Rock 'n' Roll woman
Flip Richard Berry Louie Louie
Old Gold Gary Puckett & The Union Gap Young Girl 
American Pie Little Jr Parker Sweet home Chicago
Collectables Count Five  Psychotic Reaction
Collectables The Chordettes Mr Sandman
Atlantic The Chordettes Loollipop
Stateside  The Chiffons A Love So Fine
Specialty Little Richard Send me some lovin'
Chess Luther Dixon Feeling of Love
G.I The Starfires I Never Loved Her
MCA Records Michael McDonald Sweet Freedom
Metromedia The Winstons Color Him Father
HI Al Green Right now, Right Now
HI Al Green Drivin' Wheel
Private I The Staple Singers Slippery People
Event The Fatback Band gotta learn how to dance
Streetwave Arnie's Love im out of your life
Giant Color Me Badd I wanna sex you up
SoulCity Walter & The Admirations Life of Tears
Achievement Rocq-e Harrell my heart keeps beating faster
Joker The Showmen Our love will grow
Sound impression Doni Burdick I have faith in you
Uptite The Superlatives I still love you
Champion Gloria Jones My bad boy's comin' home
Virtual Magnetics I have a girl
Gogate Little John Just wait and see
Mar-V-Lus Alvin Cash and the registers Sweatin' (do you want to)
Lamon Ellusions You wouldn't understand
Stata The Deadbeats No second chance
Sterling Yvonne Daniels Don’t want to get away from your love
Faro Enchantments I'm in love with your daughter (part 1)
Flip Richard Berry Have love will travel
Coxsone Jackie Opel Push Wood
Swingin' Big Jay McNeely and Band Psycho Serenade
Congress  The Bracelets Waddle Waddle
Okeh Tan Geers Let my heart and soul be free
Soul 7 Audrey Freeman Three rooms
Musicor The Platters Not my girl
Tamla Jnr Walker Tune up
Jet Stream Barbara Lynn (Until then) I'll suffer
Checker Little Luther Eenie meenie minie moe
3246 Matt Lucas Shake it
Robin Champion Jack Dupree Drunk again
Cobra Otis Rush and his band Double trouble
Detroit stars Pat Lewis Geni
Cadet George Kirby Good night Irene
Tollie Sam Fletcher I'd think it over 
R&B Gold Larose Phillips Wanted   
Quaint Otis Lee Hard row to hoe
Soultown Ray Agee I'm losing again
Dra Jessie May It might as well be spring
Peacock Willie Mae 'Big mama Thornton' Hound dog
Peacock Willie Mae 'Big mama Thornton' I smell a rat
Bay tone Willie Mae 'Big mama Thornton' You did me wrong
Irma Big mama Thornton and the High tones Big mama's coming home
Arctic Winfield Parker Fallin' star
Arctic The Ambassadors I only have eyes for you 
Arctic Kenny Gamble It takes two
Arctic The combo kings The Rock
Arctic The Tiffanys Lover Boy
Arctic Barbara Mason Catch him, love
Pied Piper Lorraine Chandler I can't hold on
Pied Piper Mikki Farrow Set my heart at ease
Pied Piper September Jones Voo Doo Madamoiselle
Pied Piper Tony Hester Just can't leave
Pied Piper Willie Kendrick She'll be leaving you
Pied Piper Nancy Wilcox Gamblers Blues
Pied Piper Rose Batiste This heart is lonely
Pied Piper The Cavaliers Ooh it hurts me
Pied Piper Nancy Wilcox He'll be leaving you
Waxpoetics The moments Baby I want you
Zodiac Ruby Andrews Just loving you
Fame Dan Penn Keep on talking
Fame George Jackson Victim of a foolish heart
Flo-Jo The Tranells Blessed with a love
Detroit 1 Bettye Lavette Right outta time
Mark4 Noel Mckoy Determind man
Genuine Mr Soul What happened to yesterday
Thomas Saxie Russell Psychedelic soul - part 1
All Brothers The Emanon's orchestra Bird walking
Philips The Chesterfields You walked away
Soul Galore Benny Curtis and the Dirty Hearts Dirty hearts
Northern Johnnie Mae Mathews I have no choice
Revilot Rosie Battiste I miss my baby
Awake Eddie Parker I'm gone
All Brothers The Emanon's   One heart
Connoisseur Marty Richards What makes one fall in love
Connoisseur Freddy Jaye Thinking of you
Sherry Hill Betty Everette No place to hide
Eric Bernie Williams Ever again
Soul Betty Brooks Funky funky
Dynamite soul Denis Bryant Soul man
Jazzman Mark Murphy Why don't you do right
Stardust Johnny Maestro I'm stepping out of the picture
Stardust Barbara Lewis  I Remember the feeling
Stardust Ernestine Anderson Keep an eye on love
Stardust Poets Wrapped around your finger
Stardust Hattie Littles Here you come
Soul Tribe Eddie Billups Shake off that dream
Soul Tribe Rhonda McDaniel Why am I crying
Soul Tribe King Moses I've got this feeling
Soul Tribe The sweet inspirations Sweet Love
Blackjack Informers Lady of the night
Boo Brothers of soul I'm the one that love forgot
Sidra Pearl Jones A dream
Big Mack The Manhattens The feeling is mutual
Parlophone Ral Donner You don't know what you've got
Tamla motown R.Dean Taylor Gotta see Jane
MCA Records The Chi-Lites Troubles A' coming
MCA Records The Chi-Lites (For God's sake) Give more power to the people
CBS   The Dave Brubeck Quartet This can't be love
Chess Marlena Shaw Mercy Mercy Mercy
Atlantic Baby Washington Breakfast in bed
Atlantic King Floyd Got to have your lovin'
Mercury Records Jimmy Castor Bang Bang
BOX LL lot no: 339    
CBS Billy Joe Royal Steal Away
Ember Records "Little" Esther Phillips Am I that easy to forget
Fontana Little Richard I don't know what you've got ( but it's got me ) part1
Bell Records  The Delfonics  Funny Feeling
MCA Records Leon Haywood Tennesee Waltx
Stateside  The Murmaids Popsicles and Icicles
Island Nirvana Rainbow Chaser
MGM The Stereos The Big Knock
Buddah Records Curtis Mayfield  Freddies Dead
Liberty  Al Wilson Shake me, Wake me
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Stand!
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Hot Fun in the Summertime
Direction Sly & The Family Stone M'Lady
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Hot Fun in the Summertime
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Thank you
Direction Sly & The Family Stone I Ain't going for that
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Everyday People
Direction The Chambers Brothers time has come today
Mercury Records Joe Simon You're the one for me
London The Teddy Bears To know him is to love him
Roulette Tommy James & The Shondells Do Something to me
Columbia Helen Shapiro You Don't Know
PYE Records Mel Carter When a boy falls in love
Pye International  Chubby Checker Twist it up
Tamla Motown Magic Disco Machine  Control Tower
Tamla Motown Supremes Bad Weather
Tamla Motown Supremes Your wonderful sweet love
Tamla Motown Stevie Wonder Don't know why I love you
Tamla Motown The Supremes up the ladder to the roof
Tamla Motown Marvin Gaye Too busy thinkinbg about my baby
Tamla motown Marvin Gaye I want you
Tamla motown Marvin Gaye After the dance
Tamla motown The Temptations Lay of the land
Tamla motown The Temptations Just my imagination
Tamla motown R.Dean Taylor Gotta see Jane
Tamla motown Eddie Kendricks Keep on truckin' part 1
Tamla motown Jimmy Ruffin Let's say goodbye tomorrow
Tamla motown Smokey Robinson and the Miracles I second that emotion
Tamla motown Temptations I need you
Tamla motown The Miracles Love machine (part 1)
Tamla motown Eddie Kendricks Boogie Down
Tamla motown Rose Banks Darling Baby
Atlantic Booker T. & The MG's Red Beans and rice
Stax Mable John It's catchin
Ace Records Bobby Marchan Don't take you love away from me
Toddlin' Town records Thomas East & Fabulous Playboys I get a groove
Motown  The Supremes up the ladder to the roof
Marc Records The Specials I'm leaving it up to you
KWS   Please don't go
CBS records Love unlimited If you want me, say it
Deram Katie Brigs Overland
Oasis Roberta Kelly Trouble-maker
Ric-tic records J J Barnes Day Tripper
Kon-Ti Toni Washington Dear Diary
Jay Pee Records The Eight Minutes Let's sign a peace treaty
Jay Pee Records The Eight Minutes Will you still be mine
RCA Vernon Bullock Two kinds of people (I am)
Valley Vue Records Craig T Cooper Love Dues
ABC Records  Four Tops Catfish
Warner/Elektra/Atlantic Jennifer Holliday Hard times for lovers
Warner/Elektra/Atlantic Jennifer Holliday No Frills love
Mercury Records The Chi-Lites Happy being lonely
Jotee Records The Blendelles La la the magic song
Philadelphia International Records The O'Jays Family Reunion
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  Hey Baby
Arista Aretha Franklin & George Benson Love all the hurt away
Warner Bros Records  Graham Central Station Ghetto
Columbia Pockets Pasado
Dash Foxy Get off
Brunswick  The Chi-lites Here i am
Philly Groove Records First choice First Choice
Metromedia The Winstons Birds of a feather
Stax Booker T. & The MG's Soul limbo
Casablanca Stephanie Mills Last night
Hilltak records Dalton & Dubarri Til the day i started loving you
Atlantic Chic My forbidden lover
RCA Eddy Rosemond Wake up and move Funk it
Westbound Detroit Emeralds  I bet you get the one 
Eastbound records Catfish Hodge Birmingham
Stax John lee Hooker Tupelo pt.1
20th Century records silver Hawk All I can do
Chimneyville King Floyd Groove me
United Artists Records  Mark Radice Monkey see monkey do
Buddah Records Gladys Knight & The Pips Make yours a happy home
Stax Rufus Thomas The world is round
Volt The emotions What do the lonely do at christmas
Stax The newcomers Humpty Dumpty
Stax Rufus Thomas I'll be your santa bay
Cottilion C & The Shells good morning starshine
Stax The Staple Singers The Ghetto
Stax The Staple Singers The Challenge
Stax Booker T. & The MG's Jamaica this morning
Sceptre The Chequers Undecide love
Columbia Bob James Theme from Taxi
United Artist Records Mandrill Solid
Demand Brown Sugar Bye Bye Baby
Buddah records Isley Brothers Free Tom
Alston Betty Wright Thank you for the many things you've done
Solar The Whispers It's a love thing
Scorpio David    I'd be a M illionaire
Columbia Gladys Knight & The Pips Ain't no greater love
Buddah Records The Honey Cone  Hot Wax
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  I gave to you
P  M Records Malcolm Simmons Lie to me
Buddah Records Dorothy Morrison Border Song 
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  Alfie
Cynthia Lady Margo Nothing Better
Aristo records Chandelier Give me the love i need
Motown  Willie Hutch I feel that we can make it
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  Didn't I
Philly Groove Records Delfonics I'm a man
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  Alfie
Lipstick records Frankie G Be my baby
De-lite records Kool & The Gang Everybodys dancin'
Music Merchant Brotherley love Bingo
Tod-Ant George Kerr All the way
Warner Bros Records  Claudia Lennear Two Trains
Big Tree Jimmy Mack Give it away
At Globe records The Evaros Dedicated to the one i love
Jolee records The Blendelles La la the magic song
Beam Junction Grace Jones Sorry
ITC Keanya Collins You don't own me
De-lite records Crown Heights Affair Dancin'   
Abbot records The state dept Wild Honey part 1
Fontana The Dave Brubeck Quartet Take five
Boola-Boola Records The Wind Jammers Poor sad sam
Junior The Sensations You make a fool of me
Whit Bobby Powell The Bells of St. Marys
Life Wind Make Believe
Top ten records Gene Anderson

Susie

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20 minutes ago, kev cane said:
Boo Brothers of soul

I'm the one that love forgot  Don't think this exists Daz 

Hi Kev,

I have never seen so many bootleg / reissues. Some i've never seen before and some looked like a DIY effort.  An unusual lot indeed.

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10 hours ago, Daz said:

I thought i had seen it it all until today that is. We all think ebay is bad.......... well it was a day of my life wasted.

 

I registered , got the spreadsheet sent and watched it unfold on-line.  Quickly realized that each lot was taking a minute so it was going to be nearly 5 o'clock before it started. They even paused the auction at that point!  must of frustrated a few up there.  So glad I didn't travel up.  

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13 hours ago, kev cane said:
Boo Brothers of soul

I'm the one that love forgot  Don't think this exists Daz 

Who was that buying virtually everything at the back of the room i didn't recognise him

Only bid on couple of lots as you say wasted day but we had a laugh in the pub opposite with Dicka & Steve telling of times they tried to buy records off John & come away with nowt , I know how they felt after today , John was nearly present at the auction as Dicka has his ashes in the boot of his car

 

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6 hours ago, johnty said:

Who was that buying virtually everything at the back of the room i didn't recognise him

Only bid on couple of lots as you say wasted day but we had a laugh in the pub opposite with Dicka & Steve telling of times they tried to buy records off John & come away with nowt , I know how they felt after today , John was nearly present at the auction as Dicka has his ashes in the boot of his car

 

Don't know mate, wasn't there

Kev

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The fella buying them was a familiar face to me. But I cannot recall where from? A record dealer imo.

One thing is for sure he will struggle to make any profit on all of what was purchased.

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Looking at the crazy rices boots and re-issues are fetching on ebay and the rest I recon at £2.00 a record there's money to be made by someone. Just look at Comedy Sale Of The Day in look at your box.

We're all laughing at whoever paid that for a pile of crap but i think the dodgy dealers out there will have a field.

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On 05/12/2016 at 22:07, Daz said:

I thought i had seen it it all until today that is. We all think ebay is bad.......... well it was a day of my life wasted.

Most of the 45 lots hit well over £200 each most were in fact between £300-£500. Lot 339 hit £1700 + 22.5% buyer commission £2082.50! The Tan Geers, Ruby Andrews and Sam Fletcher Bootlegs. UNBELIVEABLE. :lol:What have I missed in this lot? I am sure that most of this lot were reissues.

Remember most of these lots were reissues and possibly old soul pack records that could never be sold as a lot of the titles were familiar.

Well done Featonby's Auction Room, you hit the Jackpot. :thumbup:

I was there all day and did bid on a lot of them but then it just went daft with one person buying most of what was for sale. I should have got the hint when I noticed the said person unfolding cardboard boxes for 45's before the records had been sold haha.

Here are the listings of lot 339:

BOX KK lot no : 339    
Eric Frank Avalon Venus
Atlantic The Buffalo Springfield Rock 'n' Roll woman
Flip Richard Berry Louie Louie
Old Gold Gary Puckett & The Union Gap Young Girl 
American Pie Little Jr Parker Sweet home Chicago
Collectables Count Five  Psychotic Reaction
Collectables The Chordettes Mr Sandman
Atlantic The Chordettes Loollipop
Stateside  The Chiffons A Love So Fine
Specialty Little Richard Send me some lovin'
Chess Luther Dixon Feeling of Love
G.I The Starfires I Never Loved Her
MCA Records Michael McDonald Sweet Freedom
Metromedia The Winstons Color Him Father
HI Al Green Right now, Right Now
HI Al Green Drivin' Wheel
Private I The Staple Singers Slippery People
Event The Fatback Band gotta learn how to dance
Streetwave Arnie's Love im out of your life
Giant Color Me Badd I wanna sex you up
SoulCity Walter & The Admirations Life of Tears
Achievement Rocq-e Harrell my heart keeps beating faster
Joker The Showmen Our love will grow
Sound impression Doni Burdick I have faith in you
Uptite The Superlatives I still love you
Champion Gloria Jones My bad boy's comin' home
Virtual Magnetics I have a girl
Gogate Little John Just wait and see
Mar-V-Lus Alvin Cash and the registers Sweatin' (do you want to)
Lamon Ellusions You wouldn't understand
Stata The Deadbeats No second chance
Sterling Yvonne Daniels Don’t want to get away from your love
Faro Enchantments I'm in love with your daughter (part 1)
Flip Richard Berry Have love will travel
Coxsone Jackie Opel Push Wood
Swingin' Big Jay McNeely and Band Psycho Serenade
Congress  The Bracelets Waddle Waddle
Okeh Tan Geers Let my heart and soul be free
Soul 7 Audrey Freeman Three rooms
Musicor The Platters Not my girl
Tamla Jnr Walker Tune up
Jet Stream Barbara Lynn (Until then) I'll suffer
Checker Little Luther Eenie meenie minie moe
3246 Matt Lucas Shake it
Robin Champion Jack Dupree Drunk again
Cobra Otis Rush and his band Double trouble
Detroit stars Pat Lewis Geni
Cadet George Kirby Good night Irene
Tollie Sam Fletcher I'd think it over 
R&B Gold Larose Phillips Wanted   
Quaint Otis Lee Hard row to hoe
Soultown Ray Agee I'm losing again
Dra Jessie May It might as well be spring
Peacock Willie Mae 'Big mama Thornton' Hound dog
Peacock Willie Mae 'Big mama Thornton' I smell a rat
Bay tone Willie Mae 'Big mama Thornton' You did me wrong
Irma Big mama Thornton and the High tones Big mama's coming home
Arctic Winfield Parker Fallin' star
Arctic The Ambassadors I only have eyes for you 
Arctic Kenny Gamble It takes two
Arctic The combo kings The Rock
Arctic The Tiffanys Lover Boy
Arctic Barbara Mason Catch him, love
Pied Piper Lorraine Chandler I can't hold on
Pied Piper Mikki Farrow Set my heart at ease
Pied Piper September Jones Voo Doo Madamoiselle
Pied Piper Tony Hester Just can't leave
Pied Piper Willie Kendrick She'll be leaving you
Pied Piper Nancy Wilcox Gamblers Blues
Pied Piper Rose Batiste This heart is lonely
Pied Piper The Cavaliers Ooh it hurts me
Pied Piper Nancy Wilcox He'll be leaving you
Waxpoetics The moments Baby I want you
Zodiac Ruby Andrews Just loving you
Fame Dan Penn Keep on talking
Fame George Jackson Victim of a foolish heart
Flo-Jo The Tranells Blessed with a love
Detroit 1 Bettye Lavette Right outta time
Mark4 Noel Mckoy Determind man
Genuine Mr Soul What happened to yesterday
Thomas Saxie Russell Psychedelic soul - part 1
All Brothers The Emanon's orchestra Bird walking
Philips The Chesterfields You walked away
Soul Galore Benny Curtis and the Dirty Hearts Dirty hearts
Northern Johnnie Mae Mathews I have no choice
Revilot Rosie Battiste I miss my baby
Awake Eddie Parker I'm gone
All Brothers The Emanon's   One heart
Connoisseur Marty Richards What makes one fall in love
Connoisseur Freddy Jaye Thinking of you
Sherry Hill Betty Everette No place to hide
Eric Bernie Williams Ever again
Soul Betty Brooks Funky funky
Dynamite soul Denis Bryant Soul man
Jazzman Mark Murphy Why don't you do right
Stardust Johnny Maestro I'm stepping out of the picture
Stardust Barbara Lewis  I Remember the feeling
Stardust Ernestine Anderson Keep an eye on love
Stardust Poets Wrapped around your finger
Stardust Hattie Littles Here you come
Soul Tribe Eddie Billups Shake off that dream
Soul Tribe Rhonda McDaniel Why am I crying
Soul Tribe King Moses I've got this feeling
Soul Tribe The sweet inspirations Sweet Love
Blackjack Informers Lady of the night
Boo Brothers of soul I'm the one that love forgot
Sidra Pearl Jones A dream
Big Mack The Manhattens The feeling is mutual
Parlophone Ral Donner You don't know what you've got
Tamla motown R.Dean Taylor Gotta see Jane
MCA Records The Chi-Lites Troubles A' coming
MCA Records The Chi-Lites (For God's sake) Give more power to the people
CBS   The Dave Brubeck Quartet This can't be love
Chess Marlena Shaw Mercy Mercy Mercy
Atlantic Baby Washington Breakfast in bed
Atlantic King Floyd Got to have your lovin'
Mercury Records Jimmy Castor Bang Bang
BOX LL lot no: 339    
CBS Billy Joe Royal Steal Away
Ember Records "Little" Esther Phillips Am I that easy to forget
Fontana Little Richard I don't know what you've got ( but it's got me ) part1
Bell Records  The Delfonics  Funny Feeling
MCA Records Leon Haywood Tennesee Waltx
Stateside  The Murmaids Popsicles and Icicles
Island Nirvana Rainbow Chaser
MGM The Stereos The Big Knock
Buddah Records Curtis Mayfield  Freddies Dead
Liberty  Al Wilson Shake me, Wake me
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Stand!
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Hot Fun in the Summertime
Direction Sly & The Family Stone M'Lady
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Hot Fun in the Summertime
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Thank you
Direction Sly & The Family Stone I Ain't going for that
Direction Sly & The Family Stone Everyday People
Direction The Chambers Brothers time has come today
Mercury Records Joe Simon You're the one for me
London The Teddy Bears To know him is to love him
Roulette Tommy James & The Shondells Do Something to me
Columbia Helen Shapiro You Don't Know
PYE Records Mel Carter When a boy falls in love
Pye International  Chubby Checker Twist it up
Tamla Motown Magic Disco Machine  Control Tower
Tamla Motown Supremes Bad Weather
Tamla Motown Supremes Your wonderful sweet love
Tamla Motown Stevie Wonder Don't know why I love you
Tamla Motown The Supremes up the ladder to the roof
Tamla Motown Marvin Gaye Too busy thinkinbg about my baby
Tamla motown Marvin Gaye I want you
Tamla motown Marvin Gaye After the dance
Tamla motown The Temptations Lay of the land
Tamla motown The Temptations Just my imagination
Tamla motown R.Dean Taylor Gotta see Jane
Tamla motown Eddie Kendricks Keep on truckin' part 1
Tamla motown Jimmy Ruffin Let's say goodbye tomorrow
Tamla motown Smokey Robinson and the Miracles I second that emotion
Tamla motown Temptations I need you
Tamla motown The Miracles Love machine (part 1)
Tamla motown Eddie Kendricks Boogie Down
Tamla motown Rose Banks Darling Baby
Atlantic Booker T. & The MG's Red Beans and rice
Stax Mable John It's catchin
Ace Records Bobby Marchan Don't take you love away from me
Toddlin' Town records Thomas East & Fabulous Playboys I get a groove
Motown  The Supremes up the ladder to the roof
Marc Records The Specials I'm leaving it up to you
KWS   Please don't go
CBS records Love unlimited If you want me, say it
Deram Katie Brigs Overland
Oasis Roberta Kelly Trouble-maker
Ric-tic records J J Barnes Day Tripper
Kon-Ti Toni Washington Dear Diary
Jay Pee Records The Eight Minutes Let's sign a peace treaty
Jay Pee Records The Eight Minutes Will you still be mine
RCA Vernon Bullock Two kinds of people (I am)
Valley Vue Records Craig T Cooper Love Dues
ABC Records  Four Tops Catfish
Warner/Elektra/Atlantic Jennifer Holliday Hard times for lovers
Warner/Elektra/Atlantic Jennifer Holliday No Frills love
Mercury Records The Chi-Lites Happy being lonely
Jotee Records The Blendelles La la the magic song
Philadelphia International Records The O'Jays Family Reunion
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  Hey Baby
Arista Aretha Franklin & George Benson Love all the hurt away
Warner Bros Records  Graham Central Station Ghetto
Columbia Pockets Pasado
Dash Foxy Get off
Brunswick  The Chi-lites Here i am
Philly Groove Records First choice First Choice
Metromedia The Winstons Birds of a feather
Stax Booker T. & The MG's Soul limbo
Casablanca Stephanie Mills Last night
Hilltak records Dalton & Dubarri Til the day i started loving you
Atlantic Chic My forbidden lover
RCA Eddy Rosemond Wake up and move Funk it
Westbound Detroit Emeralds  I bet you get the one 
Eastbound records Catfish Hodge Birmingham
Stax John lee Hooker Tupelo pt.1
20th Century records silver Hawk All I can do
Chimneyville King Floyd Groove me
United Artists Records  Mark Radice Monkey see monkey do
Buddah Records Gladys Knight & The Pips Make yours a happy home
Stax Rufus Thomas The world is round
Volt The emotions What do the lonely do at christmas
Stax The newcomers Humpty Dumpty
Stax Rufus Thomas I'll be your santa bay
Cottilion C & The Shells good morning starshine
Stax The Staple Singers The Ghetto
Stax The Staple Singers The Challenge
Stax Booker T. & The MG's Jamaica this morning
Sceptre The Chequers Undecide love
Columbia Bob James Theme from Taxi
United Artist Records Mandrill Solid
Demand Brown Sugar Bye Bye Baby
Buddah records Isley Brothers Free Tom
Alston Betty Wright Thank you for the many things you've done
Solar The Whispers It's a love thing
Scorpio David    I'd be a M illionaire
Columbia Gladys Knight & The Pips Ain't no greater love
Buddah Records The Honey Cone  Hot Wax
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  I gave to you
P  M Records Malcolm Simmons Lie to me
Buddah Records Dorothy Morrison Border Song 
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  Alfie
Cynthia Lady Margo Nothing Better
Aristo records Chandelier Give me the love i need
Motown  Willie Hutch I feel that we can make it
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  Didn't I
Philly Groove Records Delfonics I'm a man
Philly Groove Records The Delfonics  Alfie
Lipstick records Frankie G Be my baby
De-lite records Kool & The Gang Everybodys dancin'
Music Merchant Brotherley love Bingo
Tod-Ant George Kerr All the way
Warner Bros Records  Claudia Lennear Two Trains
Big Tree Jimmy Mack Give it away
At Globe records The Evaros Dedicated to the one i love
Jolee records The Blendelles La la the magic song
Beam Junction Grace Jones Sorry
ITC Keanya Collins You don't own me
De-lite records Crown Heights Affair Dancin'   
Abbot records The state dept Wild Honey part 1
Fontana The Dave Brubeck Quartet Take five
Boola-Boola Records The Wind Jammers Poor sad sam
Junior The Sensations You make a fool of me
Whit Bobby Powell The Bells of St. Marys
Life Wind Make Believe
   

 

Ellusions, Ruby Andrews, Otus Lee and Tranells in here also. Would need to have seen the records to know how many boots there were. Also plenty of records never actually booted in Lot 339. So many boots in the box, it's hard to accept there may have been good original vinyl also.

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