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Ending Soon: Lee Roye Decca promo "Tears", other unplayed from L. Neal

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Today we added four new 45s to our Louise Neal 45 Soul Auctions page, which features eye-popping, previously unplayed promo treasures from the Louise Neal Soul 45 collection. See the Auctions page for photos.
  • Lee Roye, Decca 32356 (promo), 1968.
         "Tears / Who Am I"
         Condition: M 
    (M|M|M) Here's a pristine Mint promo copy of this rare and popular dance number, which is #218 in Kev Roberts' list of the Top 500 Northern Soul 45s. Comes in an crisp Decca Records factory sleeve. After a deep cleaning, this new, unplayed 45 shows no notable flaws, grading Mint across the board (Labels, Vinyl, Audio).
         High Bid:  $325 - Bidding Ends Midnight EST September 15.
  • Jeanette Harper, 20th Century 6683 (promo), 1966.
         "Put Me In Your Pocket / To Be Loved"
         Condition: M- 
    (M|M|M-) This wonderful single, featuring signature Northern Soul tracks on both sides, sits at #253 in Kev Roberts' list of the Top 500 Northern Soul 45s. Comes in an crisp 20th Century Records factory sleeve. This new, unplayed promo copy has pristine Mint labels and vinyl, and the audio on "Pocket" is also pristine; the B side audio has very light surface noise, which is why we're grading the audio Near Mint.
         MB: $200
  • Shirelles, Scepter 12198 (promo), 1967.
         "Last Minute Miracle / No Doubt About It"
         Condition: M- 
    (M|M-(sw)|M) This was the seminal Girl Group's last chart single. It features top-notch Northern Soul dancers on both sides, and the A side comes in at #278 in Kev Roberts' list of the Top 500 Northern Soul 45s. Comes in an crisp Scepter Records factory sleeve. This new, unplayed promo copy has pristine Mint labels and audio. The vinyl grades Near Mint to reflect a gentle warp that has no effect on playback or audio.
         MB: $70
  • Daydreams, Dynamo 107 (promo), 1967.
         "Been Ready For A Long Time / Sit Down And Think"
         Condition: M 
    (M-|M|M) The A side is an irresistible slice of Northern Soul, a definite dance winner! After cleaning, this new, unplayed promo reveals pristine Mint vinyl and audio. The labels grade Near Mint to reflect a faint touch of storage wear.
         MB: $65
  • Anna King, Ludix 103, 1963.
         "The Big Change / You Don't Love Me Anymore"
         Condition: M 
    (M|M-|M) This early Anna King single will surprise fans who know her mainly from her Smash sides with James Brown, which lean toward the Funky side of Soul. Here, King swings with a decidedly Northern Soul feel. Both sides are sure bets to fill the dance floor, and this new, unplayed stock copy will ensure the purest audio possible! With its beautiful Mint labels and pristine audio, I'm grading the record Mint overall, but note that the Vinyl grade is Near Mint to reflect some very light storage wear (but no scuffing).
         MB: $80
  • Carmen Cole, Groove 0045 (promo), 1964.
         "I'll Never Stand In Your Way / Step Right Up"
         Condition: M- 
    (M-|M-(sw)|M) Here's a beautiful, unplayed promo of this terrific Northern Soul single, in its original Groove Records factory sleeve. The A side label is pristine, while the flip has a touch of ringwear. The vinyl would grade Mint but has a gentle warp with no effect on playback or audio, which remains pristine. 
         MB: $90

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