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Ace Spectrum Panama press

Founded in a lot from panama anyone know about this issue? Any help for a value? 

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I doubt it has anything more than novelty value. It seems likely that returning Panamanians  from the USA created a demand.  I attach an image of another strange Panamanian release . Its the Chi-lites  'Oh Girl' b/w 'Have You Seen Her' on Motown.  How that came about is not recorded.

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I don't find other release of that 45 in other country to be honest actually

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There's a few releases by them that are unique to South / Central America.  "Pickup" got released there on a 7" and there's a nice 4 track E.P from Brazil. I'm still hoping to find my favourite by them on a 7", the great "Moving On" from their first album.

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13 hours ago, Firecrest said:

I doubt it has anything more than novelty value. It seems likely that returning Panamanians  from the USA created a demand.  I attach an image of another strange Panamanian release . Its the Chi-lites  'Oh Girl' b/w 'Have You Seen Her' on Motown.  How that came about is not recorded.

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I got a couple of Chi-lites records both on costa rican Brunswick- white!  also got a Eddie Kendicks on Black Panamanian Tamla

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I've just bought Eddie Kendricks 'Date With the Rain' on Brazilian Motown (...fingers crossed it turns up!).

It dates from '72, unlike the US 7' which was the b-side of 'Born Again' from '76. It was massive in underground New York clubs before that off the LP (released 72) I believe.

So...does that mean the one I've bought is the OV (as in, 'OVO') 7'?😄

 

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 Couple more, jus' for fun / novelty value...

James Brown, 'Sex Machine' on Nigerian Polydor. Found in local charity shop the other weekend.

 

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Linda Lyndell on Phillipines Atco.

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12 hours ago, Alan T said:

There's a few releases by them that are unique to South / Central America.  "Pickup" got released there on a 7" and there's a nice 4 track E.P from Brazil. I'm still hoping to find my favourite by them on a 7", the great "Moving On" from their first album.

They probably did tours in South America and these came out to coincide..

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