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Bearing in mind that prices generally seem to have gone mad can anyone tell me what is a reasonable price for an original Spring issue of A House For Sale by Millie Jackson please?

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I recently paid £28 for mine on Spring (the first edition copy with an A on both sides and no vertical writing)

I had set a limit of £30 but had seen people wanting £40 for a copy , including people selling at soul nights on the sales tables

something is worth what others are willing to pay and not a penny more

Personally I dont believe its worth a penny more than £30 , hence my limit , which I stuck to

 

 

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Thanks for the replies. I want a copy for a good friend, so will have to keep looking. I am puzzled about these stupid prices. I could undertand if a record is getting plays in a lot of clubs but haven't heard this out for ages.

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The double "A" side copy, i would say £30-£40 in mint condition. but prices are just "off the scale" at the moment ; Check out "the comedy sale off the day" thread

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Ultra-common. Fiver at any niter in the 80s or about £2 in any old general second hand record shop in those days. Loads of copies exist. I'd say actually worth about £15 max now.

Got a copy of the LP for £2 at a car boot a few weeks ago. Superb LP but sold by the truck load on release. £20-£30.

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On 28/10/2017 at 18:18, Geoff said:

 could undertand if a record is getting plays in a lot of clubs but haven't heard this out for ages.

in that case you havent been to the clubs here in manchester or the north west

 

I cant really remember any soul night that it hasnt been played that I have been to this year

 

its certainly played a lot at denton , newton , audenshaw , walkden , prestwich , rochdale , blackburn for starters

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16 hours ago, son of stan said:

 about £2 in any old general second hand record shop in those days. Loads of copies exist. I'd say actually worth about £15 max now.

Is that the horrible green plastic moulded UK 45? Great flip side.

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Some interesting comments here. My copy has There You Are on the flipside, I'd forgotten how good it is. In my opinion she was at her best on slower songs. I saw her at the Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road back in the day with my wife. She talked a lot about a certain sexual practice but perhaps this isn't the thread for that, lol.

Recently bought her version of This Is It on a 45, fine record imo.

I think my copy of AHFS is an original issue as it's got the A on the House For Sale side, according the John Manship British issue book the repress has it on both sides. But as it's a present it wouldn't matter that much I guess. Actually she'd probably know but hopefully wouldn't hold it against me.

SoundsOKEH mentioned clubs in the Manchester area where you'd hear it. Was at Walkden with my friend recently, didn't hear it on my visit but it was a memorable trip for several reasons, don't think I'll dance there again, lol.

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On 03/11/2017 at 11:12, Geoff said:

Some interesting comments here. My copy has There You Are on the flipside, I'd forgotten how good it is. In my opinion she was at her best on slower songs. I saw her at the Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road back in the day with my wife. She talked a lot about a certain sexual practice but perhaps this isn't the thread for that, lol.

Recently bought her version of This Is It on a 45, fine record imo.

I think my copy of AHFS is an original issue as it's got the A on the House For Sale side, according the John Manship British issue book the repress has it on both sides. But as it's a present it wouldn't matter that much I guess. Actually she'd probably know but hopefully wouldn't hold it against me.

SoundsOKEH mentioned clubs in the Manchester area where you'd hear it. Was at Walkden with my friend recently, didn't hear it on my visit but it was a memorable trip for several reasons, don't think I'll dance there again, lol.

Really? I thought it was always a double a sider uk single? 

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On 11/3/2017 at 12:25, ady croasdell said:

Buy the Kent 45 Geoff, you'll get Garland Green 'Come Through Me' on the flip!

Isn't the version on your 45 slightly different Ady, or have I remembered that wrong?

Surely people need to have both in their collections?

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On 03/11/2017 at 11:12, Geoff said:

Some interesting comments here. My copy has There You Are on the flipside, I'd forgotten how good it is. In my opinion she was at her best on slower songs. I saw her at the Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road back in the day with my wife. She talked a lot about a certain sexual practice but perhaps this isn't the thread for that, lol.

 

Millie Jackson.  Live and uncensored.  LP from the 70.s.  Sexually explicit possibly got banned. Can't remember but she has a great voice.

Steve 

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Advice please.

In terms of the origional first issue of AHFS which of the following statements relates to the first issue?

"recently paid £28 for mine on Spring (the first edition copy with an A on both sides and no vertical writing)"

"I think my copy of AHFS is an original issue as it's got the A on the House For Sale side, according the John Manship British issue book the repress has it on both sides".

Regards.

Drew.

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