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... Of The Following  :thumbsup: 

 

 

Hi Guys,

 

Looking For Some Help Concerning Current Values Of The Following 45s:

 

*Only Original Stuff Based On MINT/NM Conditions

 

*Please Don´t Send Any Popsike - RootsVinyl - Collectorsfrenzy Links - Need Your Own Knowledge/Opinions

 

Earl Connelly King - Every Whicha Kinda Way

Lou Lawton            - Knick Knack Paddy Wack

Bobby Bland          - I´m Tired [DEMO]

Contemplations      - Alone with No Love

Johnny Gilliam       - Find Yourself Another [DEMO/STOCK]

Jimmy Ricks            - Oh what a Feeling [sTOCK]

Miles Stone            - Too Many Tears

Barry White            - Tracy

Southern Trumpets - Good News

Paul Vann               - One Track Mind

Darrow Fletcher      - What Have I Got Know

Mel Tillis                 - Walk On Boy

Moses Smith          - The Girl Across The Street [DEMO]

Bobby Treetop       - Wait Til I Get To Know You

Cleveland Robinson - Boy [1006]

George Jackson       - Tender Love

Wendel Western       - Nag On Me

 

 

 

:hatsoff2: Thanks So Much For Reading - Helping And Letting Me Know :hatsoff2:

         

 

          So We Can Switch Into The WANT Section ...

 

         The  BOLD Ones I am Looking For To Buy Them In Following Months  :D 

 

 

 

Thx. Zanetti

 

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You dont see that version of cleveland robinson much; weird how the much inferior 1011 version with the bongos and bloody mouth organ is much more common, suggesting it was more successful. I'd say 300-400 at least for the 1006 version.

you selling a george jackson?

 

 

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You dont see that version of cleveland robinson much; weird how the much inferior 1011 version with the bongos and bloody mouth organ is much more common, suggesting it was more successful. I'd say 300-400 at least for the 1006 version.

you selling a george jackson?

 

 

Its the best version IMO and I'd say 400ish too. 

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I sold a Johnny Gilliam (issue) a couple of years ago for £120 so I would guestamate?? around £150 to £200 but then again I could be well off the mark? And then again as I keep harping on that any record is worth what someone is prepared to pay at the time.

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Earl connelly and lou lawton around 150 each? Barry white went crazy for a while, considering its quite common. Dont know if its gone down or up since but does seem to have dried up a bit...300 probably.

edit : goes to show how unpredictable the market is these days - out of interest I looked up lou lawton on collectorfrenzy, a record that was 150 for a good 20 years since it was first played really, and you'd have thought still residing in the Sunshine Pastures retirement home for overplayed novelty records - and there one is $800+!

I like the record but had my fill of it, some either rich newbies or just straight-up loonies out there; must be a lot of these around. is it an oldies favourite or what?

another edit : but having said that, I suppose if you've been into it ten years, which is quite a long time, you could never have heard this out

Edited by pow wow mik

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