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Picked up a couple of dozen singles whilst in Lisbon recently and have managed to find info etc on most of them. However the following are proving a little more difficult. The details are as follows;

1. Bobby King - Looking for a love ( US Reprise - Rep 1186 from 1973) produced by Ry Cooder

2. Gwen McCrae - Been so long (US Columbia -45320 demo sticker)

3. Vivian Reed - Missing you (US Epic - 10683 demo sticker) produced by Joe Cobb and Van McCoy

4. Bobby Womack - Looking for a love (Portuguese UA - 14-91) Picture Sleeve

5. James Williamson - The woman I love/Homesick (US Chance Records - 1131) from 1953.This is a Yellow and Black label. There is a Blue label 78 shown on "Collectorsfrenzy which I have just picked up on.

I have managed to find out a bit about number 5. It was released in 1953 and Chance went out of business in 1954. James Williamson sometimes known as "Homesick" Williamson.

I have looked in Manship's guide and on the web and my first thoughts were that they were not worth anything - might still be the case. All are Mint -/Ex+.

Any info gratefully received.

Regards and Seasons Greetings

Frank

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