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still got quite a bit of unwanted vinyl floating around which I need to move on. Some nice additions to what's been left from recent lists on here and I've tried v hard to keep prices as low as possible (do tell me if I've dropped any bllx / if there are any anomalies though). Nothing mega rare in here but some decent records at pretty good prices I hope.

Happy to consider like-for-like trades if you just fancy a bit of a change about. If you want to make an offer feel free but if it's miles out I'm afraid I just won't respond. Have a good look then and hope you find something you're after.

Cash, cq, paypal (as gift) (Philip@threlfall.fsbusiness.co.uk) all ok. I'll do postage on anything over £100 otherwise it's standard rates UK and Europe, depending how you want em sent. Graded as tightly as poss and all Ex unless stated. Money back if you're in any way unhappy.

Oh aye, I'll consider any serious offers for the lot. If you can wheel n deal em then fair play :(



First few as priced individually

Tony Matthews - my wish (Convoy) £500

Slight grubby ring on label but vinyl is cleanest I've ever had and EX at least. Immense record!

Del Chontays - baby I need you (Steeltown) £180

Massive 80s spin. Immaculate condition

Tony Diamond - don't turn away (Blue Rock w/d) £90

slightly grubby label, vinyl is vg++ and plays absolutely great

The Rays feat. Hal Miller - love another girl (AMY demo) £125

very close to Ex indeed.

Steelers - just beginning to love you (Crash) £150

Excellent condition, label and vinyl

Godoy Colbert - baby I like it / I wanna thanks you (Revue) £60

Excellent nick, v clean copy

Mac and Barb & the Gamuts - hold me tighter (Pyramid) £90

Rare record! V small wol and one or two superficial marks on vinyl; strong vg+ I'd say

Lamont Dozier - dearest one (Mel-o-dy) £50

slightly grubby label and vinyl a nice vg++

Drapers - you got to look up / your love has gone away (Gee w/d) £50

At least Ex again. Virtually giving it away and two great sides!

Ray and Dave - wrong, wrong, wrong (Mica) £50

Ex cond spare copy; what a record this is!

All £40 each

Jackie & Tonettes - the proof of your love (D-Town)

Clean and a ridiculous price IMHO; great Detroit

Appreciations - she never really loved me (Sport)

As above

Merle Spears & the Treats - I wanna know (Whit)

One of the best rnb dancers of the past 10 years and a giveaway on the rarer label

Gerri Taylor - empty arms and bitter tears (Constellation)

vg+, plays great, bargain for this brill Chicago dancer

Frankie Newsom - taunting love (USA)

vg++, books 100

Lee Wilson - lonely boy (USA)

as above

Delilah Moore - I'll just walk away (Money)

Ex condition and nearly half price for this x-over winner

All £25 each

Bobettes - mr Johnny Q (Gone)

Ex cond. Great rnb which used to fetch a few quid

Cash McCall - I'm in danger (Checker)

Tommy Yates - darling something's gotta give

Ex condition at least. Great tune, former Stafford spin of course

Luther Ingram - I can't stop (Ko Ko)

Had a few plays, another steal at 25 quid

Vivian Copeland - I don't care what he's done (in the past) Mala demo

strong vg+. Plays fine and certainly not a 25 quid record

Values - return to me (Invicta)

Pretty tough group mid-tempo tune. Books 150 as I recall but gawd knows why

Sophisticates - back up baby (Sonny)

Great dancer

Jive Five - If I had a chance to love you (Decca)

strong vg+ I'd say, plays great and for nowt!

£20 each

Dolly & Fashions - absence made my hearet grow fonder (Tri-Disc)

Always loved the way this builds and builds. Another for nowt

Reggie Saddler Review - so long sweet little girl (De-Lite)

Great x-over for 20 quid

Voices of E Harlem - cashing in (Just Sunshine)

Groove - love (it's getting better) (Wand)

Debbie Taylor - just don't pay (Arista)

Four Sonics - where are you (Triple B)

£15 each

Barbara Lynn - this is the thanks I get (Atlantic)

Steelers - crying bitter tears (Glow Star)

Globeliters - the way you do / see how they run (Philtown)

vg+ at least. Old forgotten Stafford spin

Kenny Hamber - time (De Jac w/d)

Preston Peters - got to have peace of mind (Markhap)

Irma Thomas - the hurt's all gone (Imperial w/d)

Bobby Byrd - lost in a mood of changes (Smash)

Festivals - you've got the makings of a lover (Smash)

Really really good mid-tempo offering

Jean Knight - love (Tribe w/d)

mean n moody a la George Freeman (but not that good for 15 quid ffs :yes:). Good record that needs playing

£10 each

N Group - keep on running (Wes-Mar)

Had 80s spins

NoNo Starr - swing your love my way / pull yourself together (Midas)

Two absolutely superb sides for 10 quid

Lenis Guess - working for my baby (New Faces '68)


Fashions - why don't you stay a little longer (Amy demo)

vg++ I'd say. Old Phil Shields spin

Right. Fed up with typing now so that'll have to do. Hope you find something



Edited by PhilT

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