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Dan Folger - Go On Back - Hickory Promo - £46

Price includes world wide shipping. That's recorded in UK

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If You check Popsike and do a search on this site you'll find that his other Northern Soul 45 (Way of the Crowd on Elf) shows up much more often.

Go On Back is a bit more uptempo with great backing. Clip taken direct from 45 - no filters or enhancement - Have a listen

Strictly graded VG++ as I can see a faint mark (that's EX or M- by most standards - see grading notes below or PM anyone who has bought from me).

** please note - if sold and paid for before 11.50 today I can mail this morning **


Folger Go On Back.mp3

I'm now using the grading system recommended by this site as below. This means that a VG+ record will look and sound nice and won't be a piece of trashed vinyl with a coating of wishful thinking! I've also added scans and clips to give an even more accurate idea.

M- As good as it gets, practically an untouched record that plays as if it were brand new store stock

VG++The odd barely discernible surface mark or minor blemish, nothing that will affect play in any way.

VG+ A few more marks or light scuffs than a VG++ record but still sounds fine for listening and/or DJing. No scratches.Light surface wear. A used but far from abused copy.

VG Scuffs and light scratches throughout, most can't be felt. Expect some surface wear throughout the record with light surface noise and possibly a few pops in places. Should still serve as a suitable player copy for listening & DJing.

VG- The record may have some scratches that will be deep enough to feel. Audible clicks and pops are likely consistent throughout the grooves.Expect noticeable noise throughout, NO SKIPS though.

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'ere, Godz, have you heard the version by Johnny Curtis also on Hickory (and UK Parlophone)...he is one half of Frankie & Johnny. If you haven't feast your ears:

The backing track is stronger although the vocal would benefit from being played LOUD over a slightly distorted PA system...oh the joys of hearing records at nighters rather than sat in one's home!


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