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Tony Foster

Tony Clarke, Jesse Fisher, Stemmons Express Etc Etc

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Tony Clarke — Wrong Man — M-S (Issue) M- SOLD

The Incredibles — Miss Treatment — Audio Arts — M- £125 HOLD

The Parliaments — Heart Trouble — Golden World — M- £200

Johnny Guitar Watson — Ain’t Gonna Move — Jowat — Ex £200

Stemmons Express — Woman Love Thief b/w Love Power — Wand Ex SOLD

Collins and Collins - Top of the stairs - A&M - M- £125

Ann Sexton — You’ve been gone too long — Seventy 7 (Yellow issue) M- SOLD

The Commands — Hey it’s love b/w No time for you — Back Beat — Ex £60

Herman Hitson — Yes you did b/w Better to have loved — Minit (black promo) — Ex £120

Jesse Fisher — You’re not loving a beginner — Way out (Multi - issue) — M- £125

 

 

All prices include p&p first class recorded delivery to the UK

 

 

MINT  Record looks like new and quite possibly unplayed.

M- Record may have some visual imperfections such as sleeve scuffs or storage wear that should not affect the sound. Should play almost like a near mint record, or possibly as good as a near mint record.

EX+ A well taken care of record, but will show signs of play or handling. It will have light scuffs or hairlines, but the sound should be clear with minimal surface noise.

VG+ The record will show more wear, but is still an enjoyable record. There may be some clicks and pops, but surface noise will not overpower the music. Noise will be most noticeable in quieter parts.

VG There may be deeper scratches at this grade, most likely feelable with a fingernail. It will play with some clicks and pops, but still enjoyable with no skipping or repeating.

 

WOL Writing on label
XOL Cross on label
SOL Sticker on label
WDL Water damaged label
TOL Tear on label
LD Label damage
LW Label wear
WDJ White Demonstration copy
DJ Demonstration copy
NAP Not affect play.
LF Label fade

Edited by Tony Foster

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