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What about The Contemplations?

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On 05/04/2019 at 17:33, Steve Lane said:

What about The Contemplations?

I missed what it went for?

Maybe someone can help!

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Did I dream a Twans on auction? Have I slept a week? 

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On 23/03/2019 at 18:37, Davey S said:

And the next rocket to lift off   The Sweets - Something about my baby .

£2527.00 finishing price. 

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John Manship Auction tonight..

Richard Marks
Did You Ever Lose Something / Never Satisfied
Tuska: 112 DJ (45s)

Two clean labels, vinyl reveals several light surface marks. Not one affecting them stylus of the mighty power of the productions, playing Ex+ throughout
 £1,202.00
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 10/04/2019 18:06

 Sweets - Something About My Baby / Satisfy Me Baby - Soultown 105
Sweets
Something About My Baby / Satisfy Me Baby
Soul Town: 105 (45s)

Two clean labels, matched only by near flawless vinyl. A real beauty.
 £2,527.00
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 10/04/2019 18:06

 Life - Tell Me Why / That’s Life - Reprise REP 1185
Life
Tell Me Why / That’s Life
Reprise: REP 1185 (45s)

Two perfect labels, full gloss Mint minus vinyl only revealing a fine hairline or two from storage in it’s birth-sleeve.
 £200.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Neo Experience - Human / God Make My World - Sahara M.W. 88701
Neo Experience
Human / God Make My World
Sahara: M.W. 88701 (7")

Two flawless yellow labels, bright, crisp and unblemished. Vinyl is immaculate! You will not acquire a finer copy.
 £262.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Monitors - Greetings! ...We’re The Monitors / 1969 Canadian press - Tamla Motown SS 714
Monitors
Greetings! ...We’re The Monitors / 1969 Canadian Stereo press
Tamla Motown: SS 714 (LP)

Original Phondisc inner sleeve houses, two perfect labels and unblemished vinyl. The cover reveals only very mild signs of storage plus a solitary but forgivable flaw a small bb drill left corner. A truly spectacular example
 £61.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Little Ronnie and the Chromatics - What A Day This Have Been / Speak What’s On Your MInd - H L S 1003
Little Ronnie and the Chromatics
What A Day This Have Been / Speak What’s On Your MInd
H L S : 1003 (45s)

Fine vinyl with hardly a blemish, listen both sides play beautifully clean. Labels have water damaged. A-side label has mild h20 wear, text is fully readable credits. The flipside label is worse, see label images of both labels.
 £252.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Roosevelt Grier - Soul City / 1964 7” 6 track mini-lp - Ric SLP 1008
Roosevelt Grier
Soul City / 1964 7” 6 track mini-lp
Ric SLP 1008: SLP 1008 (EP)

Flawless vinyl, perfect labels, unblemished picture cover, complete with the ultra-rare “operator pack” on the reverse.
 £95.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Bobbi Lynn - Earthquake / Opportunity Street - Stateside SS 2088 DJ
Bobbi Lynn
Earthquake / Opportunity Street
Stateside: SS 2088 DJ (45s)

Two unblemished promo labels, fine clean vinyl only revealing a few minuscule hairlines under direct light. As you can hear both sides on
 £156.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Pauline Rogers - I’m Just A Woman / I’ve Been Prentending - Flair-X FL 5001 
Pauline Rogers
I’m Just A Woman / I’ve Been Prentending
Flair-X: FL 5001 (45s)

Two flawless labels, perfect previously unplayed vinyl, all housed in the extremely rare birth-sleeve. Insanely rare condition!
 £186.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

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On 25/03/2019 at 18:19, Davey S said:

Let's have a guess then the one within 50 quid of the final price is the winner.

£2450.

Not a bad guess on the final price , I win .

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21 minutes ago, chalky said:

John Manship Auction tonight..

Thanks for posting that @chalky.. very helpful as I do miss those regular weekly results postings we all used to benefit from

 

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6 hours ago, FickleFingers said:

John Manship Auction tonight..

Thanks for posting that @chalky.. very helpful as I do miss those regular weekly results postings we all used to benefit from

Benefit from is maybe the wrong thing to say. Wonder over might be better.

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It is nice to see those great records. But is it good to have something you really want, that you can't have, dangled in front of your eyes every week?

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16 hours ago, chalky said:

John Manship Auction tonight..

Richard Marks
Did You Ever Lose Something / Never Satisfied
Tuska: 112 DJ (45s)

Two clean labels, vinyl reveals several light surface marks. Not one affecting them stylus of the mighty power of the productions, playing Ex+ throughout
 £1,202.00
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 10/04/2019 18:06

 Sweets - Something About My Baby / Satisfy Me Baby - Soultown 105
Sweets
Something About My Baby / Satisfy Me Baby
Soul Town: 105 (45s)

Two clean labels, matched only by near flawless vinyl. A real beauty.
 £2,527.00
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 10/04/2019 18:06

 Life - Tell Me Why / That’s Life - Reprise REP 1185
Life
Tell Me Why / That’s Life
Reprise: REP 1185 (45s)

Two perfect labels, full gloss Mint minus vinyl only revealing a fine hairline or two from storage in it’s birth-sleeve.
 £200.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Neo Experience - Human / God Make My World - Sahara M.W. 88701
Neo Experience
Human / God Make My World
Sahara: M.W. 88701 (7")

Two flawless yellow labels, bright, crisp and unblemished. Vinyl is immaculate! You will not acquire a finer copy.
 £262.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Monitors - Greetings! ...We’re The Monitors / 1969 Canadian press - Tamla Motown SS 714
Monitors
Greetings! ...We’re The Monitors / 1969 Canadian Stereo press
Tamla Motown: SS 714 (LP)

Original Phondisc inner sleeve houses, two perfect labels and unblemished vinyl. The cover reveals only very mild signs of storage plus a solitary but forgivable flaw a small bb drill left corner. A truly spectacular example
 £61.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Little Ronnie and the Chromatics - What A Day This Have Been / Speak What’s On Your MInd - H L S 1003
Little Ronnie and the Chromatics
What A Day This Have Been / Speak What’s On Your MInd
H L S : 1003 (45s)

Fine vinyl with hardly a blemish, listen both sides play beautifully clean. Labels have water damaged. A-side label has mild h20 wear, text is fully readable credits. The flipside label is worse, see label images of both labels.
 £252.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Roosevelt Grier - Soul City / 1964 7” 6 track mini-lp - Ric SLP 1008
Roosevelt Grier
Soul City / 1964 7” 6 track mini-lp
Ric SLP 1008: SLP 1008 (EP)

Flawless vinyl, perfect labels, unblemished picture cover, complete with the ultra-rare “operator pack” on the reverse.
 £95.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Bobbi Lynn - Earthquake / Opportunity Street - Stateside SS 2088 DJ
Bobbi Lynn
Earthquake / Opportunity Street
Stateside: SS 2088 DJ (45s)

Two unblemished promo labels, fine clean vinyl only revealing a few minuscule hairlines under direct light. As you can hear both sides on
 £156.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

 Pauline Rogers - I’m Just A Woman / I’ve Been Prentending - Flair-X FL 5001 
Pauline Rogers
I’m Just A Woman / I’ve Been Prentending
Flair-X: FL 5001 (45s)

Two flawless labels, perfect previously unplayed vinyl, all housed in the extremely rare birth-sleeve. Insanely rare condition!
 £186.00
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 10/04/2019 18:00

I sold a near mint Bobby Lynn SS demo for £30 back in 1973. Given the way that (A) general Inflation has risen since then, and (B) the absolutely ridiculous rise in vinyl 45s these past few years, I'd say that £156 for a near mint Earthquake demo is the bargain of the week. That Sweets end price? Jesus wept!

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1 hour ago, Joey said:

I sold a near mint Bobby Lynn SS demo for £30 back in 1973. Given the way that (A) general Inflation has risen since then, and (B) the absolutely ridiculous rise in vinyl 45s these past few years, I'd say that £156 for a near mint Earthquake demo is the bargain of the week. That Sweets end price? Jesus wept!

You forget to take into account all the copies that have turned up since 1973 and demand, or not

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sweets always sought after ,always hard .....................brill 2 sider........had one once  and was always pestered or asked about it.....so no suprise at the price tbh.....

cant take um with you......

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OK, I'll take everyones word for it. But, back in '73, I'm pretty sure I saw far more copies of the Sweets on Soultown than I did Bobby Lynn mint Stateside demos.  Never having been a collector of imports, the price just stopped me in my tracks a bit. According to PopSike, price has doubled in less than four years!!!!! 

Then again, two and a half grand for a mint Torch/Cats classic could be seen as peanuts compared to the prices some crap is fetching these days, eh? Its a funny old game.....and seemingly filled with very old men who have very deep pockets. 

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28 minutes ago, Joey said:

OK, I'll take everyones word for it. But, back in '73, I'm pretty sure I saw far more copies of the Sweets on Soultown than I did Bobby Lynn mint Stateside demos.  Never having been a collector of imports, the price just stopped me in my tracks a bit. According to PopSike, price has doubled in less than four years!!!!! 

Then again, two and a half grand for a mint Torch/Cats classic could be seen as peanuts compared to the prices some crap is fetching these days, eh? Its a funny old game.....and seemingly filled with very old men who have very deep pockets. 

i fess up to being old....but never really an oldies buyer........the sellers reputation for quality and the word mint gives a sought for item the boost to kick up the price on a world wide well known platform, people who bid on jm can afford the prices

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JM Auction last night 

W alter Jackson

It’s An U phill Climb To The Bottom / Tear For Tear

Columbia: DB 7949 DJ (45s)

A glorious British rarity from one of the greatest black voices of the last century.

Walter Jackson the celebrated Detroit/Chicago crooner with his most-desirable recording in its rarest format. A red & white B ritish DEMO in near perfect condition. 

Just to underline where Walter Jackson’s standing in Soul fan’s estimation was, can I relay a story told to me decades ago, when I used to visit one of the greatest record stores in the USA. John Goddard’s “Village Music” in the “Back To The Future” town of Mill Valley, California. Not only the most beautiful setting for a record shop, ever. But John Goddard’s store was festooned with original Bay Area concert posters, gig flyers & events he’d attended. Plus the wonderful array of 45s and albums that was quite staggering.

There I was digging for 45’s, I put a Walter Jackson on Okeh in my pile, and said to John, “Walter was my all-time favourite singer.”

John replied he saw him live in small club in San Francis co before Walter was known, he had only a couple of singles for Columbia at the time and John wasn’t sure what to expect. But he went along because the advert mentioned Chicago and Soul singer..

In a small atmospheric Jazz club, the MC with sparkl ing enthusiasm introduced Walter Jackson, who to the audience’s amazement entered the stage on crutches. There was no mention of Walter being a victim of Polio. 

Under the spotlight of the darkened nite-spot Walter’s celestial voice soared across the space. John’s face lit up as he retold the experience. He had never heard a voice anything like it before. The whole audience was transfi xed for nearly an hour, as Walter crooned out heartstopping standards plus his only two recordings so far.. finishing with “Then Only Then”. The crowd gave up thunderous applause... then the lights came on..

John recalled how relieved he was, that everyone else in the room was weeping and it wasn’t ju st him. Streaming red eyes, salting water-trails down their faces from secretly wiping away the emotion Walter’s unique performance triggered.

Walter Jackson, whether it be on vinyl or seeing this Soul Giant live has the power to wring emo tion out from deep within.

I of course was never fortunate enough to experience Walter live.. but before you today is perhaps the next best thing; owning this spectacula r, seriously rare 45.

Listen and weep... 

Condition Report

A-side vinyl has full gloss with just a solitary brush blem ish not affecting play, the rest of the playing surfaces A & B are beautifully clean Mint minus. Both of those gorgeous promo labels are flawless. 

 £639.00

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 17/04/2019 18:06

 

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Glen Miller 

Where Is The Love / Funky Broadway

Stag : 3168 (45s)

In short one of my all time favourite 45's..

Staggeringly good - spectacularly rare! 

A listing for those of you determined to own the top end Northern Soul 45 to DJ with. A record that never fails to draw applause, from the few DJ who can play it.

Click the soundfile and drool...

this is just STUNNING NORTHERN SOUL! 

miss this opportunity and live a lifetime of vinyl-regre t.
 

Condition Report

Ting fade name 

 £2,839.00

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 17/04/201 9 18:02

 

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Lil Gray

Are You Fooling / I Want To Tell 

Jerma: 101 (45s)

A seriously elusive 1965 authentic original press, of this addictive Chicago Northern Soul R&B mover, delivered by the searing Sister vocal of Leoncy Lloyd.

Opening up with the pulsating guitar rhythms of Ulyesses Warren inviting Leoncy’s convincing voice to step into this compelling mid-tempo dancer, quickly enhanced by the addition of subtly stabbing horns. The three components fuse togerther beautifully, into a convincing dance session; saturated in everything we adore about Chicago.

Even the neighborhood printing of the labels has it’s cha rms, when after two attempts to get the typesetting right. This press comes out with the first “O” in FOOLING appearing as the number “0”. With the another adjustment to the letters they reset the label, but failed to notice “You” was set in lower casing.

Personally I’m drawn to these D.I.Y. street-level anomalies on these irresistible labels. Nothing like, though, as irresistible as “Lil Gray’s” singing style. Her uncanny ability to hold a note with that stinging vocal, then slowing tra nsforming a word into a soothing hum... once again U.S. Warren steps in to strut his prowess with the guitar, fabulous stuff!

A captivati ng example of urban Chicago Soul/R&B by a lady who unfortunately only recorded 3 45’s in all, all in sequence for label owner Mr. Warren. Then sadly she disappeared off the recording scene... Leaving the rare soul collector and the DJ with much to seek out... 

Condition Report

Two bright clean ice-blue labels, minuscle flake on the a-side bottom of the centre-hole dink (see image) b-side label is perfection.<br /> <br /> Vinyl is a strong clean, prev iously unplayed Mint minus, only revealing the finest sleeve contact hairlines under direct light. Plays perfect, looks stunning.

 £324.00

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 17/04/2019 18:02

 

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P. J. City

Straight Forward / Look Around

Rise : 2-61254 (45s)

A delicious classy 1986 Chicago Funk / Modern Soul groove, backed up with an excruciating ballad. 

Top side, gives up a lengthy lead in, deliver a fanfare soaring horns, thumping percussion, silvery cymbals; all peppered with Wah-Wah guitar riffs; A potent cocktail, just ideal for a compelling lead voice, to bang out the lyrics. All validated by a shrill chorus running along side a sizzling synth. The mix screams DANCE in every language.

flip it over and you scholars of tight, Sweet Soul can bathe in the excellence of this beseeching ballad. The lead vocal so much more effective once the backing arrangement is soften to glorious trickle of support. There is no group support but his voice in so emotionally controlled, it doesn't require any frills. Instead the chorus comes from a highly skilled caressing of guitars... as the breaks elevate this song into greatness. 

Two contrasting but superb sides, a 45 that pleases both camps of Soul fans.. Meeting the demands of Club-Dance plus offering up a decidedly moving slab of Soul on the flipside.

 

Condition Report

Two clean labels, crisp unblemished vinyl. Strong Mint - throughout

 £304.00

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 17/04/2019 18:00

 

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Chuck Wright

The Palm Of Your Hand / Don’t Play That Dance

Ember: E-1091 (45s)

The rarely encountered BLACK stock copy in spectacular condition.

This 1963 New Yorker bristles with all those characteristics of 1963 Latin infused, big production beaters benefitting from influences of the “Brill Building” this 45 incorporating 3 of it’s graduates. 

Jeff Barry, Artie Resnick & Bert Keyes all contribute to this potent mid-tempo Northern Soul winner. Rippling with all the ingredients that make a Northern Soul hipshaker great. Amazing though they trio decided the “Dance Craze” recordsing “Don’t Play That Dance” was the side to lead with. Big mistake as it fell flat, with the sing of the tedium of the “Mash Potato”.

Like so many times, it’s the far superior flipside that was picked up by the Northern Soul & Popcorn scenes. Perfect fuel for both establishments.

Today Chuck Wright is still bubbling away in the minds of collectors... with DJ’s looking for something to reactivate.. “the Palm Of Your Hand ” is the perfect candidate. Real quality never fades, it still ripples with the “Monster” dancefloor potential it just missed out on first time round..

I just love this record, the richness of the vocal, imprisoned in Latin rhythms, sizzling girl choruses, swirling Hammond break, encouraging handclaps, enthusiastic Tambourine shaking..

so MOD, so Northern, so Popcorn.. it ticks all the boxes 

Condition Report

Two clean labels, beautiful Mint minus unblemished vinyl. Rare condition indeed for this disc.

 £132

Rose Battiste 

Hit & Run / I Miss My Baby 

Revilot : RV 204 (45s)

When it comes to Northern Soul anthems in the coveted white demo format, this one takes some beating.

On an iconic label, giving up not one but two sumptuous example of real-deal Detroit Northern Soul from the desks of George McGregor & Don Davis and the pen of Cody Black.

One of the ultimate Northern Soul anthems in it's rarest form...Do not sleep on this one, records of this calibre rarely surface for sale.

THIS IS PROPER NORTHERN SOUL - twice over 

Condition Report

two clean promo labels, reveals light hairlines under direct light, nothing that effects the crisp clarity of the playback. Looks Ex plays MInt minus. No hint whatsoever of having Northern Soul circuit fatique. 

 £557.00

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 17/04/2019 18:00

 

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Ted Cassidy as LURCH 

The Lurch / Wesley 

Capitol : CL 15423 DJ (45s)

From the desk of Gary Paxton, to the turntables of the equally legendary Nev Wherry; this Northern Soul spin was such a novelty at the time when Nev amazingly dropped it at Cleethorpes Winter Gardens one day. It became, like most of Nev's off-the-wall play choices, a record room topic of conversation and subsequently a cult item. For the obvious reasons of being utterly different to anything the Winter Gardens congregation had ever heard before..

Gary Paxton was the "King" of novelty already smashing the Billboard and worldwide charts with "Monster Mash". But Gary also had a ear and talent for a Northern Soul tune or two. Thelma Houston's - "Baby Mine", Mary Saxton's - "Losing Control" just two that jump to mind. But also had a gift for a crafting a hit. He saw in the Addams Family star "The Lurch" a chance for another "Monster Mash". This time his inspiration missed the mark, and fail to sell. The USA counterpart also on Capitol record is no easy find either. 

But as a British Red & White Demo this is a serious 45 with not only the attraction of rarity but also the attraction of being a cool collectors piece not too may UK collectors can boast of owning. Especially in flawless condition.

so cum'on do "The Lurch", search YouTube " Ted Cassidy" "The Lurch" and the super-hip dance craze that only just failed to sweep across America! But for a short while grabbed the full attention of Cleethorpes faithful.

"The Lurch" a legacy of Nev Wherry's diversity behind the decks, and memories of an initially startled crowd, that in the end took "The Lurch" into their hearts. 

Condition Report

A flawless red & white Demo, with impeccable like new vinyl, strong clean Mint minus. Unblemished

 £84

Jimmy Thomas 

Everyday ( I Wake Up Crying ) / Pocket Change

Soto Play : SO 0026 (45s)

This weeks obscure R&B romp comes out of Los Angeles; from the rasping vocal of a young 23 year old Jimmy Thomas, his first solo recording whilst Jimmy was an integral part of the Ike Turner's "Kings Of Rhythm". Before advancing into a team member of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue; here his the talented Thomas on Nathaniel McCoy's highly regarded "Soto Play" label the home of so many highly prized 45s. George Allen, Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton jump to mind.

The side we lead with was written by Jimmy Thomas himself, drawing heavily from Memphis Slim's " Everyday I Have The Blues ". GIven more pace, passion and drive; elevated by a full-on Bluesy/Jazz backing most likely provided by his buddies at in the "Kings Of Rhythm". A barrage of brass, rattling percussion and wild blues guitar that comes to the fore with a magnificent solo part. Really strong L.A. R&B dance groove, for the lovers of undiluted R&B this is an uncompromising bomb!

Flipside is a Blues wailer featuring some screaming guitar riffs, as Jimmy "gives up a fall on his knees" performance. Considered a fabulous early 60's Blues outing by the connoisseurs of the sound.

Jimmy a year later following Tina Turner onto Juggy Murray's Sue label but failed to hit, then of course went on to provide the Northern Soul scene with "Where There's A Will" for Mirwood, a much-loved classic.

Before coming to England to settle in late 60's to record one of the finest UK Soul 45's ever for Parlophone.

This Soto Play 45 is in our experience his rarest 45 of all his releases, his first, a potent slab of R&B with no frills or pretension. Straight from the streets of Los Angeles, 58 years ago..

Condition Report

Two flawless labels, vinyl is unblemished. A fine clean copy.

 £88

Wallace Petty

Roping Okra / Petty Cash

Lo-Lace : 707 (45s)

This week's MOD/R&B offering comes in the form of this unicorn-rare December 1964 instrumental on it's first label "Lo-Lace". Issued 18 months later on Leon Gardner's Igloo label. But that surely doesn't matter too much as the Igloo press is insanely rare also. Both sides giving up an instrumental dance-cocktail of Jazz, R&B, Blues, Funk & Soul.

Both sides written by this neighbourhood guitar wizard and both offering up killer Hammond/Guitar dance pulses, so fine you'll be constantly changing your mind which side is the best? Don't worry just get both on the turntables, they work equally well as extracting the MOD in you...

"Roping Okra" is the more subtle side, showcasing the most of Wallace's silky guitar manipulation; as it glides through on a wave of pouting saxophone blows and Hammond organ rhythms. A thoroughly addictive, classy D.I.Y. release for the locals.. This is perhaps Wallace's only 45 release and so darn rare we can find no evidence of any other sales.. 

ungoogablely RARE!

The flipside most DJ's may consider the best dance session, with a more aggressive approach, the same ingredients roll out a compelling R&B dance instrumental that will have the crowd jumpin'. A more brutal approach with the addition of a throbbing bass-guitar, high Hammond organ profile and Wallace's impeccable guitar riff stepping up another gear, then there's that provocative Saxophone adding another level to this multi-layered winner.

So it you'd like your DJ set decorated with tunes, no other DJ owns... may we suggest Wallace Petty has two creations here, on one disc.. that fill that exclusivity desire perfectly... on the first label too..

SO RARE! 

Condition Report

Two clean labels,

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Thelma Lindsey 

Prepared To Love You / Why Weren’t You There

Magic City: MC 005 (45s)

It matters both a jot, which side you drop the stylus on, the result will be exactly the same.

Two spectacular Detroit Diva delights hit you smack between eyes. 

As you will hear how flawless the vinyl is, as you can see one of Detroit’s most attractive labels are crisp, bright and perfect also. Achieve condition, is only one reason why this 45 is on auction..

The other reason speaks for itself - a double helping of top drawer Northern Soul is just as click away...sending out a far stronger ownership message ... far stronger than I could ever convey. 

Condition Report
Two brilliantly clean labels, full colour not a hint of ring wear, fade or any other flaw.

£412

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nearly 3k for glen miller.unbelievable

 

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1 hour ago, dave pinch said:

nearly 3k for glen miller.unbelievable

 

Not only do you need the cash but you have to be in the mood for that!

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19 minutes ago, Steve Lane said:

Not only do you need the cash but you have to be in the mood for that!

And youd have to have a string of pearls to trade

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3 hours ago, dave pinch said:

nearly 3k for glen miller.unbelievable

 

had thought about dipping my wick in it the other week, but when I went in to look late afternoon yesterday my balls suddenly retracted back up into my stomach...didn't think it would reach nearly 3k

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3 hours ago, dave pinch said:

nearly 3k for glen miller.unbelievable

 

Totally barmy. 

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3 hours ago, Blackpoolsoul said:

The one for auction is on Stag and is far rarer.  Not worth 3k to me though, it is to someone though  

Wasnt too long ago Dr Bird was a fraction of the popsike prices. 

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8 hours ago, dave pinch said:

nearly 3k for glen miller.unbelievable

 

Which colour Stag was it?!

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Yellow - always been told dark brown is the first JA press / run - is this correct?

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Not sure Joel. Mine’s yellow. As we know, the amount of different relatively simultaneous pressings on JA records is really common, so it’s a bit of a minefield. That price is bonkers though...

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this was  a £400 record a few months ago (Posike Feb), does label colour really justify £3k? maybe small change to someone

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Not sustainable, is it? Can't help thinking that in our lifetimes some people are eventually going to end up owning records worth a fraction of what they paid for them...

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Just had a listen to it and I think I know the reason it`s so rare. 🙉🤮

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2 hours ago, Steve Lane said:

Just had a listen to it and I think I know the reason it`s so rare. 🙉🤮

Agree with you,he's certainly no Alton Ellis,Pat Kelley or Jackie Edward's. 

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Ted Cassidy - The Lurch went for £84 - I saw a nice UK copy for $40 in Doc’s Records at Fort Worth on Record Store Day if this helps the underbidders. There were also two VG+ copies on Capitol for $40, perhaps a tad overpriced, but I took a third for a nice discount.

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8 hours ago, JoeSoap said:

Not sustainable, is it? Can't help thinking that in our lifetimes some people are eventually going to end up owning records worth a fraction of what they paid for them...

 

Great.

Then I can pick up all sorts of gems for minimal cost.

Really looking forward to that day. Bring it on ...

 

 

 

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JM auction ending tonight 15-05-19

Mighty Lovers
( She Keeps ) Driving Me Out Of My Mind / Ain't Gonna Run No More
Soulhawk : 1007 (45s)

Two clean pink labels, beautifully clean vinyl. Top copy.
 £691.00

 Howard Tate - Baby, I Love You / Half A Man - Verve VS 555 DJ
Howard Tate
Baby, I Love You / How Blue Can You Get
Veve: VS 555 DJ (45s)

Two flawless labels, housed in birth-sleeve, vinyl does reveal some light surface hairlines, none affecting play. Listen to crisp, clean mint minus fidelity.
 £180.00

 Four Tops - Ask The Lonely / Where Did You Go - Tamla Motown TMG 507
Four Tops
Ask The Lonely / Where Did You Go
Tamla Motown : TMG 507 (45s)

Spectacular condition, still housed in birth-sleeve. Vinyl reveal only the lightest of surface hairline under direct light., as you can hear., playback is perfect. Labels as you can see are flaw-free. Hardly a spindle trail to indicate turntable activity. A strong clean Mint - throughout.
 £188.00

 Epitome Of Sound - You Don't Love Me / Where Were You - Sandbag S 101
Epitome Of Sound
You Don't Love Me / Where Were You
Sandbag : S 101 (45s)

Two clean labels, vinyl reveals only the merest of surface hairlines and handling blemishing. Plays crisp clean and true.
 £407.00

 Flirtations - Stronger Than Her Love / Settle Down - Festival 705 DJ
Flirtations
Stronger Than Her Love / Settle Down
Festival: 705 DJ (45s)

Light label storage rub and browning, a-side has a mild sticker residue stain, see image. Flipside promo label is a grade cleaner. VINYL press, the playing surface reveals multiple light surface marks, listen to the double soundfile lifted directly off this disc.
 £814.00

 7 Dwarfs - Stop Girl / One By One - Ideal 1168 
7 Dwarfs
Stop Girl / One By One
Ideal: 1168 (45s)

Two flawless bright yellow labels, strong unblemished vinyl, revealing on the merest sleeve storage blemish. Mint minus and plays perfect
 £530.00

 Donald Height - You Can't Trust Your Best Friend / Pretty Girl - Old Town 1164
Donald Height
You Can't Trust Your Best Friend / Pretty Girl
Old Town : 1164 DJ (45s)

Clean a-side label, flipside label has X X Vinyl reveals a few feeble fine hairlines, plays strong, clean and true.
 £156.00

 Intros - Stop Look And Listen / Crystal - Jamie 1350
Intros
Stop Look And Listen / Crystal
Jamie: 1350 (45s)

An utterly flawless copy, still housed in birth sleeve.
 £313.00

 Gil Scott-Heron - Pieces Of A Man / 1972 UK press - Philips 6369 415
Gil Scott-Heron
Pieces Of A Man / 1972 UK press
Philips : 6369 415 (LP)

Two perfect labels, unblemished vinyl house in original poly-lined inner, fully laminated cover is "as new". Impossible condition! Fir this very elusive British release.
 £190.00

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Artist: Lee David

A Side: Temptation Is Calling My Name

B Side: (I Feel A ) Cold Wave Coming On

Label: Columbia

Format: 45s

Two flawless promo labels housed in original factory sleeve. A-side vinyl reveals some light hairlines under direct light, as you can hear it plays clean and true. Flipside vinyl is the same with a light scuff, that too is superficial and both sides play silky mint minus

Finished £410

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anyone know what tabby thomas - popeye train ended at?

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2 minutes ago, Russoul1 said:

anyone know what tabby thomas - popeye train ended at?

 

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Looks like Tojo is set to go off , but have to say about time it has been pure class for years .

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