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i missed the end of the manship auction - what did the curly moore record go for? thanks

I'd like to know too, was £500 last I heard, f****** ridiculous. Not that rare, would have though £150/£200 tops!! Some daft folk out there with too much money ;-)

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I'd like to know too, was £500 last I heard, f****** ridiculous. Not that rare, would have though £150/£200 tops!! Some daft folk out there with too much money ;-)

what?! a £150 record for £500? that's a crap deal!

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CURLEY MOORE - £520

ERNEST MOSLEY - £618

CHANDLERS £857

GEORGE KIRBY £356

CHRISTINE COOPER TEST PRES £304

LADA EDMUND ISSUE £382

FLAME N KING £305

HOUSTON OUTLAWS - £457

MR CALDWELL - £250

BOBBY PARIS - £307

Each about 3x what they're really worth IMO!

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I paid £8.00 for Curly Moore eight or nine years ago, before i started playing this record it was just a nice little collectors record, pleased to see i started off a now nice top tune but i really don't think over £500.00 is a realistic price at all.

Over £300.00 for Bobby Paris is a bit steep too sold a Capitol demo last year on Ebay myself for a lot less than that.

It's remarkable that even over played oldies are fetching the incredible big price tickets.

Nice if you still have a few nice titles in the collection.

Regards - Mark Bicknell.

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i really don't think over £500.00 is a realistic price at all.

£75-£100 is "reasonable" - if not slightly too much - for the Curly Moore 45. Fantastic tune though (and the flip is OK too).

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would anyone have a Sansu discography? i am super curious about this label - it seems most of the tunes on that label rule!

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would anyone have a Sansu discography? i am super curious about this label - it seems most of the tunes on that label rule!

thanks

It indeed is a brilliant label and most of the stuff they released is great. That is if you're into that New Orleans kinda groove. The label was run by Marshall Seahorn and Allen Toussaint. There were two label runs. The 450 series was Bell distributed and ran from 1965-1968. The 1000-series was going from the late 60s until the late 70s.

Here's a discography that is slightly more comprehensive than the one on Soulfulkindamusic (anyone got the missing numbers?):

Sansu 450 - Betty Harris - I'm Evil Tonight / What A Sad Feeling

Sansu 451 - Willie Harper - Soda Pop / You, You

Sansu 452 - Betty Harris - Sometime / I Don't Wanna Hear It

Sansu 453 -

Sansu 454 - Diamond Joe - How To Pick A Winner / Wait A Minute, Baby

Sansu 455 - Betty Harris - Twelve Red Roses / What'd I Do Wrong

Sansu 456 - Rubaiyats - Omar Khayyam / Tomorrow

Sansu 457 - Curly Moore - Get Lowdown / Get Lowdown

Sansu 458 - Jimmy London - Untrue / Come On Back

Sansu 459 - John Williams & Ticktocks - Little Tighter / Operation Heartache

Sansu 460 - Diamond Joe - Don't Set Me Back / Hurry Back To Me

Sansu 461 - Betty Harris - Lonely Hearts / Bad Luck

Sansu 462 - Benny Spellman - But If You Love Her / Sinner Girl

Sansu 463 - Lee Caldwell - You Got Me / Easy, Easy

Sansu 464 - Willie & Allen - I Don't Need No One / Baby Do Little

Sansu 465 - Prime Mates - Hot Tamales / Hot Tamales

Sansu 466 - Betty Harris - Nearer To You / I'm Evil Tonight

Sansu 467 - Wallace Johnson - Something To Remember You By / If You Leave Me

Sansu 468 - Curly Moore - Goodbye / We Remember

Sansu 469 - Eldridge Holmes - Without A Word / Until The End

Sansu 470 - Raymond Lewis - Goodbye My Love / Smooth Operator

Sansu 471 - Betty Harris - Can't Last Much Longer / I'm Gonna Git Ya

Sansu 472 - John Williams - Do Me Like You Do Me / Blues, Tears & Sorrows

Sansu 473 - Curly Moore - You Don't Mean / Don't Pity Me

Sansu 474 - Betty Harris & Lee Dorsey - Love Lots Of Lovin' / Take Care Of Our Love

Sansu 475 - Diamond Joe - Gossip, Gossip / It Doesn't Matter Anymore

Sansu 476 - Wallace Johnson - Baby, Go Ahead / I'm Grown

Sansu 477 - Eldridge Holmes - Beverly / Wait For Me, Baby

Sansu 478 - Betty Harris - Mean Man / What'd I Do Wrong

Sansu 479 - Betty Harris - Hook, Line & Sinker / Show It

Sansu 480 - Betty Harris - Ride Your Pony / Trouble With My Lover

Sansu 481 - Art Neville - Bo Diddley / Bo Diddley

Sansu 482 - Art Neville - Heartaches / I'm Gonna Put Some Hurt On You

Sansu 483 -

Sansu 1000 - Sam Ironing Board Moore - This Is A New Day / ?

Sansu 1001 - Tommy Ridgely - What A Mess We're In / Sometimes You Get It

Sansu 1001 - Allen Toussaint - Dancin' Lady / Headwinds

Sansu 1002 - Lee Bates - Shake, Baby, Shake / Shake, Baby, Shake (disco version)

Sansu 1003 - Lee Bates - Dance With Me / ?

Sansu 1004 - Tony Owens - Confessin' A Feeling / ?

Sansu 1005 -

Sansu 1006 - Ernie K-Doe - You Got To Love Me / Stoop Down

Sansu 1007 -

Sansu 1008 -

Sansu 1009 - Lee Bates - Waiting, Wishing, Hoping / Easy, Easy

Sansu 1010 -

Sansu 1011 - Bobby Marchan - Shake It, Don't Break It / Do You Wanna Dance

Sansu 1012 - Lee Dorsey - Hey Babe / Say It Again

Sansu 1013 - The Specials - I Can't Find Another

Sansu 1014 - Meters - They All Ask For You / Hey Pocky A-Way

Sansu 1015 - Meters - Mardi Gras Mambo / ?

Sansu 1016 - Ernie K-Doe - Hotcha Mama / She Gave It All To Me

Sansu 1017 - Lee Dorsey - Soul Mining / Draining

Sansu 1018 - ATG - Dancin' Lady / ?

50 of the tracks in the 450-series has been compiled on the "Get Low Down" CD from Sundazed. Check it out here:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B...4771802-2972461

All of the great Betty Harris recordings on Sansu (plus those of her's on Jubilee and SSS) has been compiled on:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B...4771802-2972461

Ace stuff!

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The Specials I Can't Find Another (PART 1 & 2 ) on Satch.

Is this the same track as the Sansu 1013 on the list above?

A great tune that rules for me is Wallace Johnson, Baby Go Ahead one of my fav tracks.

John.

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Wendy, Drop me a quick email bicknellmark@aol.com and we can arrange something, i would gladly do you a tape of all the Sansu stuff i have, i'm not complete but have many of the good ones.

Regards - Mark Bicknell

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