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 A bit HOW MUCH? really but I've noticed two boots of the Salvadors go for £78 & £52 on e bay not to mention Shirley Ellis (vg & sounds it!) 70's CBS pressing for £13 and good old Duke Browner on Grapevine for £78.

Do you think the film has anything to do with this? :g:

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 A bit HOW MUCH? really but I've noticed two boots of the Salvadors go for £78 & £52 on e bay not to mention Shirley Ellis (vg & sounds it!) 70's CBS pressing for £13 and good old Duke Browner on Grapevine for £78.

Do you think the film has anything to do with this? :g:

Someone will have to put one hell of an argument up, to prove definitively that the film has prompted or caused this. 

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Someone will have to put one hell of an argument up, to prove definitively that the film has prompted or caused this. 

Like "you wait for a Salvadors to come along and the two appear at the same time"

I've a large collection of boots/reissues that one day I'll sell, is this a good time to sell ? It always seems that this time of year seems to be prime time for getting the best prices, film or not.

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does anybody know how they came up with the name 'Ray Henderson' was he a waiter in a local Indian the night before, or somebodies dad perhaps?

 

I didn't go to Wigan or any of that, far too young, but I remember the day I came across a boot of the Salvadors in a collection that was for sale in the Flea market in Birmingham, I didn't have enough to buy the lot so was going back every other day with as much as I could muster, the moment I saw that record I knew... bought it went home and it blew my head off... which I guess is most peoples experience of that track.... in the bootleg form that is...

 

M

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does anybody know how they came up with the name 'Ray Henderson' was he a waiter in a local Indian the night before, or somebodies dad perhaps?

 

I didn't go to Wigan or any of that, far too young, but I remember the day I came across a boot of the Salvadors in a collection that was for sale in the Flea market in Birmingham, I didn't have enough to buy the lot so was going back every other day with as much as I could muster, the moment I saw that record I knew... bought it went home and it blew my head off... which I guess is most peoples experience of that track.... in the bootleg form that is...

 

M

 

Rumour is it's modelled on Guy Hennigan, the tasche, the thin tie, the fags, the cool demeanour. Ray Henderson/Guy Hennigan?

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 A bit HOW MUCH? really but I've noticed two boots of the Salvadors go for £78 & £52 on e bay not to mention Shirley Ellis (vg & sounds it!) 70's CBS pressing for £13 and good old Duke Browner on Grapevine for £78.

Do you think the film has anything to do with this? :g:

I think there probably is a little bit of that happening as when adverts have used northern tunes you hear them out more & the price spikes for a little while.But boots have been making some strange prices for ages now so it can't all be laid at the film's door?

Cheers

Martyn

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Bit of topic maybe but..

Heard Dean Courtney 'I'll Always Need You' in M&S in Islington yesterday!

And Liz Lands in the pub in the evening (in Clerkenwell - seems de rigeur for the pubs to play soul round here.. )

Possibly something to do with The Film?

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