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50p This weekend,car boot :yes: ,with 3 Southbound millie jackson albums,all new/unplayed.

Anyway bakc to the question,Spinners album K50363,includes "i`ll be around" and "could it be i`m falling in love",white test with a A stamped and Allen written in the run-out,how much would this be,thats if someone would want one? :lol:

Cheers :lol:

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50p This weekend,car boot :lol: ,with 3 Southbound millie jackson albums,all new/unplayed.

Theres your answer Ken 50p :lol:

Sounds an intersting find, i wouldn't have a clue what its worth

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Theres your answer Ken 50p :lol:

Sounds an intersting find, i wouldn't have a clue what its worth

Better than your average "disco" Baz,dont you think!!,gotta be worth £20,dont it? :lol:

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Better than your average "disco" Baz,dont you think!!,gotta be worth £20,dont it? :lol:

Stick it on ebay im sure you'll get that for it :lol:

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50p This weekend,car boot :D ,with 3 Southbound millie jackson albums,all new/unplayed.

Anyway bakc to the question,Spinners album K50363,includes "i`ll be around" and "could it be i`m falling in love",white test with a A stamped and Allen written in the run-out,how much would this be,thats if someone would want one? :thumbsup:

Cheers :lol:

Nobody then?.

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Nobody then?.

Its from 1973 Ken, simply called "The Spinners" or "The Detroit Spinners" if its a Euro' release. Recorded at Sigma sound with the usual Philly gang, Vince Montana, Ronnie Baker, Earl Young, Bobby Eli, Larry Washington etc etc produced and arranged by Thom Bell.

Also contains the hit "Ghetto Child".

As for value, collecting wise ain't got a clue, artistically and soulfully its priceless!!

Cheers Paco

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Its from 1973 Ken, simply called "The Spinners" or "The Detroit Spinners" if its a Euro' release. Recorded at Sigma sound with the usual Philly gang, Vince Montana, Ronnie Baker, Earl Young, Bobby Eli, Larry Washington etc etc produced and arranged by Thom Bell.

Also contains the hit "Ghetto Child".

As for value, collecting wise ain't got a clue, artistically and soulfully its priceless!!

Cheers Paco

The detroit spinner`s Paco,thanks for info :thumbsup:

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