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NO SURPRISES THERE

TRY GETTING MANSHIP TO SELL ANYTHING AT THE PRICE HE LISTED

THEM IN HIS BOOK HE TELLS YOU TO f*** OFF

ITS ONLY A PRICE GUIDE REMEMBER NOT GOSPEL

THE GASHER

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Who'd pay £200 for this pile of tosh?

Don't even know why it's being discussed on a Soul site.....

The record contains less soul than your average Hank Williams 45.

WOOF!

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Wouldn't call it tosh, I mean I don't love it, but it's Ok :ohmy:

Must say I prefer to hear it out when the floor's full than in my record room, and certainly wouldn't pay £200 for it, as I personally think it's quite easy to find. In fact, I'd say the Stardust copies are harder to find. There are 3 coral demos on eBay as we speak! Issues are rare though..... yes.gif

The Tim Brown guide seems to be a LOT more accurate than Manship's. In Manship's it says something like £800 issue and £600 demo, but really? yes.gif what sort of a wanker.gif would pay £600 for a demo? I think the Manship's new guide lost it quoting auction prices, everyone knows they're waaaaaaaaay out :D

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Who'd pay £200 for this pile of tosh?

Don't even know why it's being discussed on a Soul site.....

The record contains less soul than your average Hank Williams 45.

WOOF!

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HANK WILLIAMS smile.gif

TOMMY STEELE MORE LIKE yes.gif

BIZ AND THEN SOME IS L. TRINDER

OR HAS DAVE GODIN WOULD HAVE PUT IT

CRAP AS

DEEP AS

YOU LIKE

AND THEN

SOME

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HANK WILLIAMS  yes.gif

TOMMY STEELE MORE LIKE :ohmy:

BIZ AND THEN SOME IS L. TRINDER

OR HAS DAVE GODIN WOULD HAVE PUT IT

CRAP AS

DEEP AS

YOU LIKE

AND THEN

SOME

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:D:D:D

Now I know why I found myself humming "Little white bull" after the last time I heard Larry Trider! laugh.gif:D

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He was in the (60's )Crickets, say no more ,or has this been done?

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The Buddy Holly ones or the Dean Barlow ones ?

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the Buddy Holly ones, he's from the same town Lubbock, Texas

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ITS ONLY A GUIDE MATE - A GUIDE TO HIS POCKET.............

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So true but alot on here have only paid £15 for manships guide,and yes he is very rich doing what he does [ nearly 30years effort into his buisness] so why do you people slag him off? typical english people jealous of some one who has made a go off it , and done well :shhh::yes:

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He was in the (60's )Crickets, say no more ,or has this been done?

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The Buddy Holly ones or the Dean Barlow ones ?

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the Buddy Holly ones, he's from the same town Lubbock, Texas

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Mind you going down this road, Frank Lyndon was also a Cricket at one time too  :yes:

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so was jerry naylor :yes:

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Larry Trider was born in Lazbuddie, Texas.

Buddy Holly's first group were himself his life long friend and Larry Welborn (upright bassist), booked to open a show and billed as Buddy, Bob and Larry.

Holly's first official recording sessions were cut with guitarist Sonny Curtis and bassist Don Guess. The Crickets when nthye started recording though were Holly, Jerry Allison on drums and bassist Larry Welborn. Later various musicians were used to back Holly but no Larry Trider, Jerry Naylor or Frank Lyndon. ....I've a list on a double lp of Holly's of every musician used, including backing singers such as the Picks....... :yes::shhh:

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They vocalised for the Crickets in the 60's after Buddys' death.

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That would explain that one then :shhh: although Buddy and the Crickets split before his death. The Crickets, after the split moved to the West Coast. Never followed up about the Crickets once they'd split from Holly...did they record?

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ITS ONLY A GUIDE MATE - A GUIDE TO HIS POCKET.............

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Sorry I refer to mr brown, it is common knowledge that a few rare items have been priced down because mr brown does not own a copy.

People who read JM guide must realise that prices in bold refer to auction prices NOT street prices.

Any queries on JM guide ask me as I proof read it and completely rejigged the front end as well as printed it as well.

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Sorry I refer to mr brown, it is common knowledge that a few rare items have been priced down because mr brown does not own a copy.

People who read JM guide must realise that prices in bold refer to auction prices NOT street prices.

Any queries on JM guide ask me as I proof read it and completely rejigged the front end as well as printed it as well.

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its your fault then John. :shhh:

BTW my friend in Sheffield produces the official Buddy Holly/crickets fanzine. A couple of years ago he received a letter from one of his customers in Japan who asked if my mate could get Buddy Holly to autograph a record that he owned! :yes: True story!

Shane

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BTW my friend in Sheffield produces the official Buddy Holly/crickets fanzine. A couple of years ago he received a letter from one of his customers in Japan who asked if my mate could get Buddy Holly to autograph a record that he owned!  :shhh:   True story!

Shane

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Brilliant :yes::yes::yes:

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The crickets have played Sheffield a few times over the last few years. My mate does 'fan club' gigs at St Phillips road club.

I think they used to have soul nights in there a few years back. Maybe the S.Yorks lot can confirm. I was in there a few years back and I remember it having a fantastic huge dancefloor.

Shane

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Not the same 'Crickets', these were a Doo Wop group.

WOOF!

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The only other info I can find on another Crickets is the Grover (Dean) Barlow one from The Bronx. Other members were Harold Johnson, Gene Stapleton, Leon Carter, and Rodney Jackson.

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