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April Sales: Rare And Common Albums And 45's

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For soundfiles, payment info, shipping costs etc go to below link and view records for sale:

 

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Here's what's still available (items on hold can still be ordered in case buyer fails to pay):

 

Soul/Disco/Boogie Albums

 

Willie & the Mighty Magnificents - Very soulful - All Platinum / EX/VG+ / £350 (Super rare follow up to their On Scene ’70 album. Somewhat of a ghost record, can’t even find a trace of a copy being sold online, and hardly a mention of an original copy. With “Get away from me girl” alternative version to the Willie & West one, “Sunday” etc. Cover has light ring wear.)

 

*HOLD* Tony Aiken and Future 2000 - Unity - Kimsha / EX/EX / £225 (Superb copy of this very rare album. Original complete with the silk screen printed cover. “She loves me”, “Good things”, “Sing it shout it” etc.)

 

Goldie Alexander - Fool in love - CBS / EX/EX / £110 (Very rare Canadian only album with modern soul/disco and boogie interest.).

 

Albert Jones - The facts of life - Candy Apple / EX/NM / £70 (With the sampled “Mother nature”, the floater “You and your love” and more. As new copy still in shrink!)

 

Salty Miller - Album #1 - Beach Music / EX/VG+ / £70 (Modern soul out of North Carolina recorded in the Mega Sound Studios. Cover has some light general wear. Sticker on label.)

 

*HOLD* Joanne Tardy - Sorceress - T.M. / EX/EX / £50 (A very obscure one with a musical mix of soul, jazz and funk. Small stain on cover.)

 

Search - I - Philly World / VG+/EX / £40 (Rare boogie album! Radio station sticker on front cover. Vinyl has a few long very light scratches not affecting play.)

 

Various - WEBN Album Project #2 - Circle Communications / EX/VG+ / £30 (1977 Radio station compilation featuring [Pure] Essence “Third rock” of “Wake up”-fame. Cover has some light general wear.)

 

 

Northern/group/crossover/ funk 45’s

 

Masterpiece - Love affair - YPSI / EX / £200 (Super clean copy of this always popular Detroit crossover sound.)

 

Custer’s Last Band - I couldn’t last a day without your love / Before you - Golden Chariot / VG+ / £100 (Very rare blue eyed northern soul. Flip has name written on label.)

 

Sonny Allen - Your love is so wonderful - Hit Pack / EX / £100 (Rare and great Detroit soul.)

 

Impalas - Speed up - Capitol / EX / £80 (The slightly more laid back group version featuring an amazing falsetto lead. Promo copy)

 

Milton Campbell & the R-D-M Band - Someone / Sweetthing - Zoom / VG / £70 (Crossover soul backed with funk. Rarer than their two 45’s on Virtue and similiar in style. Light marks only, plays well)

 

*HOLD* Drake & the En-Solids - Please leave me / I’ll always be there - Alteen / EX / £60 (Superb copy of this classic Chicago double header. Northern backed with quality group soul.)

 

Rennie & Gwenae - Work our way up / Just a pretty face - Single B / VG+ / £60 (Two very odd Detroit soul sides, messy basement production with acoustic guitars, congas, etc. Charming stuff!)

 

Rotations - If I could be like Columbus / Don’t ever hurt me girl - Law-Ton / EX / £60 (Superb sweet soul with some Smokey Robinson undertones.)

 

New Phase - Love is the name of the game - Gaytime East / EX / £50 (Odd and charming group soul! Label design suggests is out of NY.)

 

125th Street Candy Store - Loving you baby is so very hard to do - Uptite / EX / £45 (Clean stock copy.)

 

Liberation - Love looks good on you - S.O.A. / VG- / £45 (Very rare crossover on the Sounds of Atlanta label. Label has staining and small writing. Vinyl has lots of marks, plays ok but not perfect with some pops in the outro)

 

Decisions - You look like an angel - Sussex / EX / £40 (Superb copy complete with company sleeve. Group soul slowie of the highest quality.)

 

Jimmy Braswell - Time waits for no man / This time it’s got to be for real - Jar-Val / EX / £40 (Two southern soul styled cuts on this rare 45.)

 

Connie McGill & the Visions - I could never love another / For that great day - Super / EX / £35 (Two killer lo-fi group soul cuts.)

 

O’Jays - No time for you - Imperial / VG / £35 (To my ears the superior version of the Commands track. Record has plenty of light marks but plays well. Demo copy.)

 

O’Jays - Oh, how you hurt me - Imperial / VG+ / £15 (Group soul of the highest caliber. Label has bb hole.)

 

O’Jays - I dig your act - Bell / EX / £8 (Vinyl copy!)

 

J.J. Lewis - When (Will you be coming home) - Malaco / EX / £30 (Very rare Malaco 45.)

 

Sheryl Swope - One moment - Duo / VG / £30 (Label is a bit worn. Vinyl has plenty of light marks but plays well.)

 

Jimmy Castor - Fabulous New York - Jet Set / EX / £30 (Underrated northern soul! White demo in fabulous condition.)

 

Eddie Ray - You got me / Glad I found you - Prix / EX / £30 (Two nice crossover sides and once a big ticket 45.)

 

Joe King - Speak on up - Prix / EX / £25 (Crossover. Fairly sharp warp not affecting play)

 

Moses Dillard & Martha Starr - Cheating, teasing and misleading - Shout / EX / £25(Feel good duet dance track.)

 

Gwen McRae - Lead me on - Columbia / EX / £20 (Very rare vinyl copy of this superb slab of TK soul, usually comes in styrene. Complete with company sleeve as well.)

 

Rivingtons - Don’t hate your father - Ladera / EX / £20 (Cool comeback disc. Midtempo group soul cut and a rare one.)

 

Our Ladies of Soul - Let’s groove together / Don’t make it impossible - Kelton / VG / £20 (Light marks only, plays well.)

 

Chuck Ray - Baby please don’t let go - Buddah / EX / £20 (very nice copy of this feel good classic.)

 

Maurice Long - I don’t love you anymore - Cyclone / EX / £20 (Rare white demo.)

 

Barons - There’s more out there - Sunshine Movement / EX / £15 (Super clean copy. I love the quirky backing here especially in the breaks towards the end.)

 

Chuck Brooks - You can’t be in two places at the same time - GSF / EX / £15 (Crossover dancer, comes in company sleeve.)

 

Barrett Strong - I better run - Tollie / VG+ / £8 (White demo, label has mis-coloration)

Modern and disco 45’s

 

Luther Davis Group — Keep on dancin — Inner I / EX / £550 (Their dead rare other 45 and as good! Super clean copy.)

 

George Franklin Smallwood & Marshmellow - Mr Sunshine - Smallwood / EX / £275 (Such an amazing artist here with one of his best songs. So hard to find on original 45!)

 

Steel City Band - Reality - Salt Creek / EX/VG+ / £125 (Rare modern soul dancer! Label has name written on it, picture sleeve is slightly stained and got creases but still look great)

 

Original Drifters - Just let your heart be your guide - Sounds South / EX / £60 (Popular modern soul dancer.)

 

Sly, Slick & Wicked - Sho’ nuff/ Ready for you - People / EX / £40 (All time classics! Purple label vinyl copy.)

 

David Martin - You’re might right - Rekord / EX / £40 (Classic modern.)

 

Jimmy “Handyman” Jones - That was my mistake - Jen-Jillus / EX / £40 (Charming modern soul dancer, a quite rare one too.)

 

Imperials - I just wanna be your lovin’ man - Tammi / EX / £30 (Original UK release of this excellent modern soul side that was also released with a different flip in the US on a rare TK 12”.)

 

Oscar Perry - Main string - Peri-Tone / EX / £30 (Clean copy of this modern soul classic.)

 

*HOLD* Invitations - I didn’t know / Living together is keeping us apart - Silver Blue / VG / £20 (Rare issue with different flip. Two solid Philly soul sides. Light marks only, plays well)

 

Keith & Darrell - Don’t be afraid / You’re my gardener - Tamla / EX / £20 (Issue only and a great slowie by Smokey Robinsons nephews.)

 

Glass City Band - Don’t be watchin’ me - Glass City / EX / £15 (Killer two step!!)

 

Jimmy Jones - Make believe everything’s all right - Capitol / EX / £15 (NY floater sound. )

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