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Alfreda Brockington - Phil La Of Soul

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Just listing some records, have one

 

ALFRED BROCKINGTON - YOUR LOVE HAS GOT ME CHAINED AND BOUND - PHIL LA OF SOUL 334

 

this is styrene, looks early 70's, anyone know if it's a reissue?  If not, any idea of price?  Never even heard it before, seen it around but never got round to listening to it.  It's a yellow issue, not the DJ below, but all label details are identical

 

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Not cheap - I bid on one not long back but can't remember what it went for.

 

Lettering looks odd, know what you mean.

 

Well I can only find one for sale anywhere, £42 in VG, yet one went on ebay for £7?

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Guest Dave Turner

Pete, I believe the 1st issue has PH-ABR-1 on the left of the label and the 2nd issue has PH-ABR-1R

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Pete, I believe the 1st issue has PH-ABR-1 on the left of the label and the 2nd issue has PH-ABR-1R

Mine is a Vinyl promo with PH-ABR-1X at left hand side and at 6 0 clock it has an x in a circle then J J F  KP scratched in and it looks like this

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I had a white demo and still got this, not sure if it's a reissue / boot ?

attachicon.gifALFRED BROCKINGTON - YOUR LOVE HAS GOT ME CHAINED AND BOUND - PHIL LA OF SOUL.jpg

 

This is a 2nd issue.

 

As stated above the 2nd Issue had an R after the matrix number. Also the song title (and to a degree the artist name) are in much bigger fonts on the original issue.

 

btw it's the B side that does it for me, and for that the 2nd issue might be the one to get because I don't think it fades so quickly.  

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This is a 2nd issue.

 

As stated above the 2nd Issue had an R after the matrix number. Also the song title (and to a degree the artist name) are in much bigger fonts on the original issue.

 

btw it's the B side that does it for me, and for that the 2nd issue might be the one to get because I don't think it fades so quickly.  

You are correct sir! I have both the vinyl first issue and the styrene re-issue, and agree the deep flip "I''ll Wait For You" is the better side. I kept the 2n'd press as well because this side is longer. ... Both discs quote 2:23 for time, but 2nd press times out at something like 2:42. ..and so! if you prefer the deep side, then 2n'd press is the one.... and the original for the longer cut.

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