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Hi All

Some sales for you.......REDUCED AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Excellent or better unless stat

Let me know by PM if interested.

Paypal available. Offers welcome

Best

John

Barbara Acklin: Am I The Same Girl (Brunswick) £15

Alltime classic

Andantes: Funny Way (white Label) £15

Great unissued Motown. (Clip is same version to my ear)

Artistics: Hope We Have (Canadian Brunswick) £15

Classic Northern dancer

Gene Chandler: Fool For You (Constellation) £15

Great Northern double header

Continental 4: The Way I Love You (Jay-Walking) £15

Popular 70's dancer. Still sounding great

Esquires: How Could It Be (Bunky) £15

Great uptempo bongo-fuelled dancer

Fascinations: Girls Are Out To Get You (Mayfield) £15

Classic Northern Dancer

Jobell Orch: Never Gonna Let You Go (Jan) £15

Alltime classic dancer. VG++ Plays fine

Major Lance: You're Everything I Need (Osiris) £15

In demand 70's dancer

Donna Loren: Blowing Out The Candles (Capitol pic sleeve) £20

Popular 60's

Ronnie Love: Chills and Fever (Dot) £15

Popular RnB

Mighty Marvelows: Talkin Bout Ya Baby (ABC) £25

Alltime classic Northern dancer. Still in demand

Patti Page: You Don't Need A Heart (Columbia) £25

Still Sounding awesome.

Jimmy Robbins: I Can't Please You (Jerhart) £15

Classic Northern

Sapphires: I Found Out Too Late (Reo) £15

In demand midtempo Northern

Sharpees: Tired Of Being Lonely (One-der-ful) £15

Classic Northern

Joe Simon: I Got A Whole Lot Of Lovin' (Monument) £15

Indemand RnB/Northern dancer. Nice on Canadian

Dusty Springfield: What's It Gonna Be (Philips) £15

Classic Northern dancer. THE version

Sunny And The Sunliners: No One Else Will Do (Tear Drop WDJ) £15

Superb RnB Dancer. Should be played. (one-sided)

Temptations: Why You Wanna Make Me Blue (Stateside) £15

Classic Motown dancer. Nice on Stateside. VG+ NOC

Junior Walker: Tune Up (Soul) £15

Classic Motown dancer

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£10 each. Any 6 for £40 inc postage

Most if not all of these these are worth E20++

Accents: New Girl (M-Pac)

Essential Northern

Admirations: Wait Til I get to Know You (One-der-ful)

Classic Chicago Northern

Admirations: Don't Leave Me (One-der-ful)

Classic Chicago Northern

Gene Chander: Let Me Make Love To You (20th Cent)

Classic modern dancer

Cornelius Bros And Sister Rose: Too Late To Turn Back Now (Liberty Mexican demo)

Quality crossover/northern

Greg Diamond Bionic Boogie: Hot Butterfly (Polydor)

Quality popular modern (Luther Vandross on vocal)

Delfonics: I Told You So (Philly Groove)

Classic midtempo

Lamont Dozier: Breaking Out All Over (Abc)

Classic 70's dancer

Five Stairsteps and Cubie: Stay Close To Me (Curtom)

One of the great Northern Dancers

Knight Bros: Temptation 'Bout To Get Me (Checker)

Midtempo 60's

Lew Kirton: Talk To Me (Believe In A Dream WDJ)

Quality modern

Barbara Lewis: Pushing A Good Thing Too Far (Atlantic)

Classic 60's

Barbara Lewis: I Still Remember The Feeling (Atlantic)

Classic. VG++ but plays fine

Mary And The Desirables: You're Changing (Checker)

Overlooked Northern double header

Barbara Mercer: Hey!! (Golden World)

Classic Detroit Northern

Miracles: Going To a Go Go (with Pic Sleeve)

Classic Motown

The Mob: I'd Like To See More Of You (Colossus)

Great crossover dancer

The Mob: I Dig Everything About You (Colossus)

Great crossover dancer

Johnny Nash: You Never Know (MGM)

In demand 60's dancer

Norfolk: Gift Wrap My Love (Trenton)

Funky 70's

Odds and Ends: Give Me Something (Today)

Quality crossover

Odds and Ends: Yesterday My Love (Today)

As above

Gwen Owens: You better Watch Out (Casablanca)

Quality 70s dancer

Jeff Perry: Unforgettable Person (Arista)

Great 70s dancer

The Platters: Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil (Musicor)

Northern classic

Razzy: I Hate Hate (Aquarian)

Popular 70s dancer

Revelation: Feel It (Handshake)

Top notch modern dancer

Pauline Shivers: You Better Tell Him No (OPEX)

Overlooked Northern dancer

The Sierras: I'll Believe it When I See it (Goldisc)

Early girl group dancer

Cissy Stone: Gone But Not Forgotten (Decca)

Quality popular 70s dancer

Supremes: Your Heart Belongs To Me (Motown)

In demand early Supremes. VG++

Superlatives: Lonely In A Crowd (Westbound)

Classic Northern double-header

EG Taylor: You Made Me Mad (Val) sold

Under-rated Northern

Third Avenue Blues Band: It's Got To Be Love/If You Don't Love Me (Revue)

Up-tempo dancer/ Popular crossover

TSU Tornados: Only Inside (Ovide)

Popular crossover

Baby Washington: That's How Heartaches are Made (Sue)

The version

Baby Washington: Run My Heart/Your Fool (Sue)

Great 60's double header

Mary Wells: Use Your Head (20th Cent)

Classic 60's midtempo

Kim Weston: That's Groovy (MGM) sold

Great 60s

Whirlwind: Don't Let Him Get The Best of You (Roulette)

Popular 70's

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£5 each any 6 for £25 in postage

Maxine Brown: Now That You've Gone (Nomar)

Great early dancer

Randy Brown: I Wanna Make Love To You (Parachute)

Quality modern

Jerry Butler: (I'm Just Thinking About) Cooling Out (PIR)

Great 70's

Otis Clay: Messing With My Mind (Echo)

Alltime classic. The version

Otis Clay: Got To Find A Way (One-derful)

Great over-looked Northern dancer

Cruisers: Take A Chance (Gamble)

Quality crossover/northern

Lamont Dozier: Why Can't We be Lovers (Invictus)

Soul perfection

Dramatics: No Rebate On Love (Mainstream)

Popular 70s dancer

Millie Jackson: My Man, A Sweet Man (Spring)

Classic 70's dancer

General Johnson: Don't Walk Away (Arista)

Classic modern

Magic Tones: It's Better To Love (MAHS)

Overlooked Northern dancer

Jackie Moore: This Time Baby (Columbia)

Classic 70's

Sapphires: Who Do You Love (Swan)

Classic 60s

Spinners: I'll Be Around (Atlantic)

Popular 70's

Whispers: Needle In A Haystack (Soul Clock)

Popular crossover

Al Wilson: Be Concerned (Playboy)

Quality modern floater

Al Wilson: Touch and Go (Rocky Road)

Great 70s



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