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Shocked about the Sinceres 45 on Pzazz ... I played the ‘Girl I Love You’ side as a C/U in the late 80s  as ‘I’m So Happy That You’re Mine’ ... no dance floor interest so I dropped it quickly and sold

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WoW ... I was really lucky to get a cheaper Troy Dodds here a few years ago - wow.

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also the W.E.L.F.A.R.E. disk has increased extremely. If I remember correctly: 650-700 in the last year, I think.

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Did anyone see what the Wigan Casino 25th Anniversary box set went for ?

 

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11 minutes ago, Zanetti said:

also the W.E.L.F.A.R.E. disk has increased extremely. If I remember correctly: 650-700 in the last year, I think.

was £620 - it ended up with me 

4 minutes ago, The Yank said:

Did anyone see what the Wigan Casino 25th Anniversary box set went for ?

 

£377 or something like that - nearly £400 

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Troy Dodds!!!!! I thought £850 max😂😂  what's the going rate for a nice one now ex, m-?? Brilliant record though....Thank you...Rob

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Mac staten was cheap very cheap , but I tried to find it in the listings weeks ago , no show I only found it when I put specific date in , I don’t think many even knew it was on auction until looking for today’s auction , as last week I put in just auctions everything for weeks to come but no Mac!! 

 

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30 minutes ago, Lionelonthevinyl said:

Troy Dodds!!!!! I thought £850 max😂😂  what's the going rate for a nice one now ex, m-?? Brilliant record though....Thank you...Rob

I Think 1000£ is fine 

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38 minutes ago, Girdwoodinc said:

was £620 - it ended up with me 

£377 or something like that - nearly £400 

£330

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24 minutes ago, Paul Shirley said:

Mac staten was cheap very cheap , but I tried to find it in the listings weeks ago , no show I only found it when I put specific date in , I don’t think many even knew it was on auction until looking for today’s auction , as last week I put in just auctions everything for weeks to come but no Mac!! 

 

someone got an early christmas present ............black friday steal there.

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40 minutes ago, Uk Soul said:

£330

Nah finished at £377, the pic above was while the auction was still running - was speaking to @Corbett80at the time and both of us were shocked 

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wow troy dodds £1800+! glad i picked up a nice copy awhile ago.....sinceres £620 mind you does sound great

been playing it again

 

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When the rca white demos flooded the market..indeed they did about 79, I got a willie Kendriks...and never tried the flip.

Duh...

Still 25 paid and 50 sold was a good deal back then.

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Thanks for posting as always.                       .Two possibly three Auction records on the list .Mac Staten. Troy Dodds, and possibly  Antonio Castro all the rest are surely set sale records. Come on people get real. Just lazy.🤔

Hat coat and door 😎

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1 minute ago, Winsford Soul said:

Thanks for posting as always.                       .Two possibly three Auction records on the list .Mac Staten. Troy Dodds, and possibly  Antonio Castro all the rest are surely set sale records. Come on people get real. Just lazy.🤔

Hat coat and door 😎

Don’t see that many Sinceres up though to be fair 

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5 minutes ago, Girdwoodinc said:

Don’t see that many Sinceres up though to be fair 

Thats very true, 😁👍

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Christmas comes early to John Moneyship... Sinceres doubled in price. Kenny Shepard a similar increase. Si-Berians trebled in price. Johnny Summers rather disappointing for a good, rare record. Overall, a nice bag of quality items that should please the new owners.

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3 hours ago, Girdwoodinc said:

Nah finished at £377, the pic above was while the auction was still running - was speaking to @Corbett80at the time and both of us were shocked 

 

3 hours ago, Girdwoodinc said:

Nah finished at £377, the pic above was while the auction was still running - was speaking to @Corbett80at the time and both of us were shocked 

Wow unreal

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5 hours ago, Frankie Crocker said:

Christmas comes early to John Moneyship... Sinceres doubled in price. Kenny Shepard a similar increase. Si-Berians trebled in price. Johnny Summers rather disappointing for a good, rare record. Overall, a nice bag of quality items that should please the new owners.

Kenny Shepard shouldn’t even be £300, it isn’t rare or even hard to find. 

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21 hours ago, Frankie Crocker said:

Christmas comes early to John Moneyship... Sinceres doubled in price. Kenny Shepard a similar increase. Si-Berians trebled in price. Johnny Summers rather disappointing for a good, rare record. Overall, a nice bag of quality items that should please the new owners.

I don't know how true this is!

 I was told that an USA dealer has a box full of mint Johnny Summers "I Can't let You Go" on red Yorktown.

He will only sell them them all together and will not split them up.  But the price is too high to make it worth buying them all!

Also The Sinceres was about £150 for many, years!

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26 minutes ago, Halogen said:

I don't know how true this is, but i was told that an USA dealer has a box full of mint Johnny Summers "I Can't let You Go" on Yorktown, but will only sell them them all together and will not split them up.  But the price is too high to make it pay buying them all!

Sinceres was about £150 for many, years!

That’s what I paid for my Sinceres but I’ve not really seen many copies up for sale the past few years and the flip is sought after by the sweet soul lot, so demand for both sides 

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21 hours ago, Frankie Crocker said:

Christmas comes early to John Moneyship... Sinceres doubled in price. Kenny Shepard a similar increase. Si-Berians trebled in price. Johnny Summers rather disappointing for a good, rare record. Overall, a nice bag of quality items that should please the new owners.

I’m still yours with silver label is rare but I thought I cant let go with red label was around in decent qty ?

 

both-versions  are good but I’m still yours must be the one to own

 

 

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11 hours ago, Halogen said:

I don't know how true this is, but i was told that an USA dealer has a box full of mint Johnny Summers "I Can't let You Go" on Yorktown. But he will only sell them them all together and will not split them up.  But the price is too high to make it worth buying them all!

Sinceres was about £150 for many, years!

I can’t recall seeing a red label Johnny Summers for sale before. It was on a Millionaires CD and Tim Brown’s rarest list about 20 years ago. The silver label alternate version has cropped up plenty of times in the last few years.

If someone has a box of 25, and this is a possibility given their scarcity, the seller would be better off letting them go one at a time. I have not seen any evidence that a hoard might exist so let’s wait and see...

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10 hours ago, Girdwoodinc said:

That’s what I paid for my Sinceres but I’ve not really seen many copies up for sale the past few years and the flip is sought after by the sweet soul lot, so demand for both sides 

Sinceres was £30 in the mid 90’s. I had 4 from A1 on Melrose in Los Angeles. Great warehouse, now sadly gone. Got me into collecting Pzazz by number. Thankfully I kept a copy - just amazed at what the one in question sold for. Great record anyway

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24 minutes ago, Frankie Crocker said:

I can’t recall seeing a red label Johnny Summers for sale before. It was on a Millionaires CD and Tim Brown’s rarest list about 20 years ago. The silver label alternate version has cropped up plenty of times in the last few years.

If someone has a box of 25, and this is a possibility given their scarcity, the seller would be better off letting them go one at a time. I have not seen any evidence that a hoard might exist so let’s wait and see...

In the 2000’s there were definitely more red than silver coming up for sale.  They were all M- as well so from some kind of qty of stock.  I hardly ever saw a silver one during the same period.  I paid 150 for a red label from a U.K. collector who had qty.  

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there were box counts found in the states early 2000 when i was over there of i can,t let go .

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35 minutes ago, Dylan said:

In the 2000’s there were definitely more red than silver coming up for sale.  They were all M- as well so from some kind of qty of stock.  I hardly ever saw a silver one during the same period.  I paid 150 for a red label from a U.K. collector who had qty.  

Sixteen copies of the red label version compared to twelve of the silver variant on Popsike. I was blind to the red label sales but have been watching the silver ones trickling out as I’ve been after this version for a while; not got a copy yet as  the price has remained higher than it should be for a record that crops regularly.

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12 minutes ago, Frankie Crocker said:

Sixteen copies of the red label version compared to twelve of the silver variant on Popsike. I was blind to the red label sales but have been watching the silver ones trickling out as I’ve been after this version for a while; not got a copy yet as  the price has remained higher than it should be for a record that crops regularly.

Blame Auction sites. 🤭😎🤭

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18 minutes ago, Frankie Crocker said:

Sixteen copies of the red label version compared to twelve of the silver variant on Popsike. I was blind to the red label sales but have been watching the silver ones trickling out as I’ve been after this version for a while; not got a copy yet as  the price has remained higher than it should be for a record that crops regularly.

The flip to the red label is also good northern.  It’s deep soul on the silver label flip. 

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Shocked about the Sinceres 45 on Pzazz ... I played the ‘Girl I Love You’ side as a C/U in the late 80s  as ‘I’m So Happy That You’re Mine’ ... no dance floor interest so I dropped it quickly and sold it on for £20 ... a £17 profit !

I never listened to the flip side ... is it a tune ?

Andy

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A few groups on the tube relating to the "sincerers"

Are they blue eyed...sounds it to me.

I cant help thinking its a typical throwback tune from when such as len jewel showed up.

It didn't make the first cut, and now because its alegidly rare, its rated.

Just saying..

Ed

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On 03/12/2020 at 02:22, Girdwoodinc said:

was £620 - it ended up with me 

£377 or something like that - nearly £400 

Yeh

I bought the box set, buy them individually would cost more, so I was contented.

Merry Chrimbo to me ✊🏾

Also got my Sinceres a few years ago now for £240.

Swings & Roundabouts

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3 hours ago, Tomangoes said:

A few groups on the tube relating to the "sincerers"

Are they blue eyed...sounds it to me.

I cant help thinking its a typical throwback tune from when such as len jewel showed up.

It didn't make the first cut, and now because its alegidly rare, its rated.

Just saying..

Ed

Look up Bloodstone.

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7 hours ago, Andy Rix said:

Shocked about the Sinceres 45 on Pzazz ... I played the ‘Girl I Love You’ side as a C/U in the late 80s  as ‘I’m So Happy That You’re Mine’ ... no dance floor interest so I dropped it quickly and sold it on for £20 ... a £17 profit !

I never listened to the flip side ... is it a tune ?

Andy

If you like sweet soul it’s a great flip 

 

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18 hours ago, Tomangoes said:

 

Are they blue eyed...sounds it to me.

 

Does it really matter?   Shouldn't it be "Is it a good record or not"?

For example H.B. Barnum wrote, arranged and produced "What".  

Everything about it was down to him and all Judy Street did was sing it. 

Anyone with a good singing voice could have done that! 

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2 hours ago, Halogen said:

Good question but does it really matter?   Shouldn't it be "Is it a good record or not"?

For example H.B. Barnum wrote, arranged and produced "What".  

Everything about it was down to him and all Judy Street did was sing it. 

Anyone with a good singing voice could have done that! 

Of course its personal choice. The lead singer is just not quite there for me unfortunately.

I could listen to lou Johnson or Roy Hamilton singing Burt Bs reach out for me all day, but I draws the line at Mick Jagger singing dancing in the street...if you get my drift.

Ed

 

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19 hours ago, Dylan said:

The flip to the red label is also good northern.  It’s deep soul on the silver label flip. 

So, the best one to have must be the red label version! Here’s hoping there will plenty of silver label copies being dumped out of collections in the next few months🤑🤑🤑.

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18 hours ago, Andy Rix said:

Shocked about the Sinceres 45 on Pzazz ... I played the ‘Girl I Love You’ side as a C/U in the late 80s  as ‘I’m So Happy That You’re Mine’ ... no dance floor interest so I dropped it quickly and sold it on for £20 ... a £17 profit !

I never listened to the flip side ... is it a tune ?

Andy

Hi Andy. You always had good taste and bought wisely years ahead of the pack...

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