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Some Nice Ones For You. 60s & 70s


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I few for sale. Paypal (add 4%) or cash (sender's risk). Postage is extra, no responsibility for uninsured packets. These will only be up for sale for a few days, 'til i know if i need to sell them to finance the auction i will hopefully win.

Of course full money back guarantee if not happy with condition!

Might accept offers on some of them.

Not a good grader, commented on those i think might not make at least EX+ grade, if you have any questions in particular you are very welcome to PM me.

Here goes:

60's:

Invitations - What's wrong with me baby - Dynavoice (Drillhole, some writing on label and superficial marks. Plays great) 125 UKP

Ultra-classic northern dancer and sooooooooo much better than their other on the same label.

Dee Clark - That's my girl - Constellation Shown some wear, but plays through without any major disturbances. 60 UKP

Mod classic and very reluctant sale. But when it's gotta go it's gotta go. Was my most expensive buy at the time. Blue label.

Lori & Lance - I don't have to worry / All i want is you - Federal 100 UKP

Absolutely stunning two sider, one infectious cross over dancer, and thrilling deep soul duett. Yellow label promo.

T.S.U Toronadoes - I still love you - Ovide SOLD

Classic crossover. Orange label.

Natural Four - I thought you were mine - ABC 275 UKP

Absolute favourite on what i assume is the rarer issue (deffo see more of the promos, don't you?). Better than the Boola-Boola version aswell IMVFHO.

70's

Imperial Wonders - You'll only live once - Solid Foundation 50 UKP

Original (not the lookalike boot) of this classy happy go lucky 70's dancer.

Eloise Laws - Love Factory / Stay with me - Music Merchant 75 UKP

Classic modern dancer backed with an incredible funky crossover piece. If you buy this one for the love factory side, you'll be pleasantly surprised when you realise that you have a ten times better tune on the flip.

Chymes - Wanting you back - Margie SOLD

Rarely seen for sale. Good double sider aswell.

Four Tees - One more chance - Kent 15 UKP

Classy crossover don't come better than this.

Mike Jemison - You'll never get my love - Lake 15 UKP

James Walsh - It's you girl - RCA (Writing with filt pen on one of the labels, very clean besides that) 80 UKP

Yellow labelled promo of this classic.

Freedom - Can't you see /Sunshine - Freedom 90 UKP

Kille modern dancer. Flip ain't half bad either.

And a LP:

Rivage - Sittin' on it - Tempus 175 UKP

Absolutely stunning modern soul LP with Strung out on your love as well as two killer tracks not available on 45 (Answer and I need you). With poster insert.

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Yepp, it's pure class.

TSU now defo gone.

Shameless offers might be accepted on some of the remaining ones. But be quick, might not be as willing to sell them tomorrow as today if i don't win my auction.

Didn't Boogaloo get slated for stating a similar thing on his sales list ? :thumbup: Not that I'm bothered, just find it amusing that you get away with it and he doesnt laugh.gif

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Didn't Boogaloo get slated for stating a similar thing on his sales list ? :thumbup: Not that I'm bothered, just find it amusing that you get away with it and he doesnt laugh.gif

Boogaloo was too lazy to even grade his records, Oskar has described all of his even the labels, You shouldn't defend the indefenceable.

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Boogaloo was too lazy to even grade his records, Oskar has described all of his even the labels, You shouldn't defend the indefenceable.

He did grade them - they were all graded at E++, plus he offered an MP3 of the record before buying too and a refund if not happy. What's the difference between saying you might not sell if you don't get enough for the record you want and you might not sell if you dont win your auction?

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He did grade them - they were all graded at E++, plus he offered an MP3 of the record before buying too and a refund if not happy. What's the difference between saying you might not sell if you don't get enough for the record you want and you might not sell if you dont win your auction?

I am unaware of the conflict you're mentionning and don't know exactly what the problem is. Can't find the thread you're refering to neither. Until i state othervise in this thread i will of course sell the records at the prices mentioned. What i did was reserve the right (which is quite obvioues of course) to finish the sales in a couple of days if i shouldn't need or want to sell them. I now know that i will not need to sell these records in order to finance my big buy (my bid was 8 quid short - damn), but i've figured i might as well keep these sales open since i've now gotten used to the thought of letting them go. However, obviously i will be willing to accept lower bids in a situation where i need to get funds quick in order to pay for a big buy. Since i know now that i won't have to put up a huge pile of dough for that beatiful record i wanted within i couple of days, i will probably not be as eager to accept offers on my records that i don't really feel represent their current going rate. Not so strange eh?

Money back guarantee is, as far as i can see it, more ot less necessary when you deal collector to collector with people you've never even met and with no possibility to personally inspect the record before you buy it. This especially in my case since i am not, as a mentioned in the first post, an experienced grader (only sell a couple of records two or three times a year, normally to finance something i really can't afford). So for those of you who've bought from this list or who want to do it: of course you are very welcome to get back to me if there are any problems and we'll solve it with a refund or price reduction.

Can't do Mp3's at the moment, but im sure most tracks should be available from the various internet resources (raresoulman, soul club, this forum).

If the problem is that i commented on a record i have for sale. Well, i just can't see the problem since it's bloody brilliant.

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