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same infor required...aprox price if anything at all...and the standout track...

The Imperials-Whos gonna love me-Power exchange

Freddie North- Cuss the wind- mankind

jerry Butler-Saggisarious movement-Mercury

Johnnie Taylor-Ever ready- Columbia

100% aged in soul-Somebodys been sleeping in my bed-Hotwax

Enchantment-same-UA

Ralph Graham-Differently- Sussex

Dynamic Superiors-Pure pleasure- motown

Lattimore- latimore iii- Glades

Johnny Bristol-Bristols creme-Polydor

Act 1-Same-Spring

The Dramatics-A dramatic experience-Stax

5 Stairsteps-Loves happening-Curtom

The lost generation-Young tough and terrible-Brunswick

The Esquires-Get on up and get away-Bunky

JJ Barnes-Sara Smile-Contempo

Townsend Townsend Townsend Rogers- Same- Casablanca

Charles Drain-Dependable-RCA

Esther Phillips-Alone again naturally-Kudos

Terry Callier-Occasional rain-Cadet

Terry Callier-What color is love-Cadet

natural four-Heaven right here on earth-Curtom

Natural four-same- Curtom

TIA.

Chris

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same infor required...aprox price if anything at all...and the standout track...

The Imperials-Whos gonna love me-Power exchange

Freddie North- Cuss the wind- mankind

jerry Butler-Saggisarious movement-Mercury

Johnnie Taylor-Ever ready- Columbia

100% aged in soul-Somebodys been sleeping in my bed-Hotwax

Enchantment-same-UA

Ralph Graham-Differently- Sussex

Dynamic Superiors-Pure pleasure- motown

Lattimore- latimore iii- Glades

Johnny Bristol-Bristols creme-Polydor

Act 1-Same-Spring

The Dramatics-A dramatic experience-Stax

5 Stairsteps-Loves happening-Curtom

The lost generation-Young tough and terrible-Brunswick

The Esquires-Get on up and get away-Bunky

JJ Barnes-Sara Smile-Contempo

Townsend Townsend Townsend Rogers- Same- Casablanca

Charles Drain-Dependable-RCA

Esther Phillips-Alone again naturally-Kudos

Terry Callier-Occasional rain-Cadet

Terry Callier-What color is love-Cadet

natural four-Heaven right here on earth-Curtom

Natural four-same- Curtom

TIA.

Chris

The Imperials-Whos gonna love me-Power Exchange

Often goes unsold on ebay, but 'Where You Gonna Find Somebody' and 'Whos Gonna Love Me' are both nice tracks IMHO but they are cheap as chips 45's too. White Fellas too, bit of useless info for you.

The lost generation-Young tough and terrible-Brunswick

Harder too find than there 1st lp, 'This is the Lost Generation' is the track for me. 50 dollarish when its on ebay.

Both Natural Four lps are good decent soul lps in my opinion.

Did you get my pm Chris?

Adrian

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same infor required...aprox price if anything at all...and the standout track...

The Imperials-Whos gonna love me-Power exchange

Freddie North- Cuss the wind- mankind

jerry Butler-Saggisarious movement-Mercury

Johnnie Taylor-Ever ready- Columbia

100% aged in soul-Somebodys been sleeping in my bed-Hotwax

Enchantment-same-UA

Ralph Graham-Differently- Sussex..........................ONE OF ME ALL TIME FAVES...AINT NO NEED

Dynamic Superiors-Pure pleasure- motown

Lattimore- latimore iii- Glades

Johnny Bristol-Bristols creme-Polydor

Act 1-Same-Spring

The Dramatics-A dramatic experience-Stax

5 Stairsteps-Loves happening-Curtom

The lost generation-Young tough and terrible-Brunswick

The Esquires-Get on up and get away-Bunky

JJ Barnes-Sara Smile-Contempo

Townsend Townsend Townsend Rogers- Same- Casablanca

Charles Drain-Dependable-RCA

Esther Phillips-Alone again naturally-Kudos

Terry Callier-Occasional rain-Cadet

Terry Callier-What color is love-Cadet

natural four-Heaven right here on earth-Curtom

Natural four-same- Curtom

TIA.

Chris

CHOON

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Guest Richard Bergman

The Terry Callier album is desert island disc material. A wonderful wonderful album.

If original Cadet must be around the 70 quid mark.

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Lost Generation "young tough and terrible" about £25, cracking rare groove track on it "we are the lost generation"

Terry Callier's, both great LP's, seen for between £60 and £100.

Natural Four's, both used to go fo £40, but I've seen them regularly for £25

Charles Drain, wouldn't have thought £40 Gareth, unless it's jumped in price, was £10- £12 for ages.

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Charles Drain was certainly up to £40 at one point, at least in London. I agree that it was a plentiful cut-out for many years, but then seemed to vanish. Plus it is a pretty good album all-round.

As was pointed out on another thread, ebay seems to have led to a depression of old soul album prices with the exception of a few notable examples were supply always seems to lag behind demand. Gloria Barnes was cited as an example and its a good one too.

The levelling out of prices is great for collectors, but tough on those looking to sell. Chris's list above (and those in the previous parts of this topic) includes some fantastic soul music. "True Love" by Townsend, Townsend & Rogers and "Sail Away" by Jerry Butler on the albums above are tremendous pieces of soul music: certainly worth owning by anyone on this board.

The smaller dealers who can't afford to carry large inventory will probably end up not stocking these types of "non-rare" album any more. A shame in some ways as there used to be a network of collectors who swapped tapes etc. and spread knowlege of this type of soul record which seems to be disappearing. What young collectors there are seem to be drawn to the 45 only, which is only half the story of (particularly 70s) soul.

Maybe we should have a media day of great album-only tracks, perhaps with written reviews. It might be enlightening.

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