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  1. Anyone catch the final price of Albert Washington - I'm the man on Mannys auction, sure it ended Tuesday but missed it? Ta, Lee
  2. Reductions from original sale prices! Sound files on request. Dells – Your song – 20th Century Fox 2478 M- £60 now £50 (Number written on label) Barbara Lynn – You’re losing me – Atlantic 2513 Promo M- £35 now £25 (Red & White promo, all Bab’s stuff is top quality) Drifters – You got to pay your dues – Atlantic 2746 Ex £120 now £100 (Ever popular) Sam Dees – Fragile, handle with care – Atlantic 3287 DJ M- £75 now £65 (Sublime) Lou Edwards & Today’s People – Talkin’ bout poor folks – Columbia 45611 WD Ex £145 now £125 Wayne Gibson – Under my thumb – Columbia 7911 Vg+ £75 now £65 (Sticker removed, some marks that leave audible feedback) Little Richard – Get down with it – Columbia 8116 Ex £85 now £75 (Sticker removed) Constellations – I didn’t know how to – Gemini Star 30005 WD Ex+ £200 now £180 (Light label wear on spindle hole, very clean surface) Betty Boo – Say it isn’t so – Grapevine 125 M- £100 Shelly Fisher – I’ll leave you girl – Kapp 2114 WD M- £100 (Slick crossover) now £85 Lou Roberts & Marks – You fooled me – MGM 13347 Vg+ £60 (Some marks that leave audible feedback) now £50 Cheers – Two loves / Never again – Nation 7859 Ex £75 now £65 (Don’t let the label tear on spindle hole and sticker residue put you off, these are 2 great Chicago sides, great player) Beverly Ann – He’s coming home – RCA 9269 WD M- £100 now £90 (Superb copy of this oldie) Betty Barnes – Walking down Broadway – RCA 9274 WD M- £25 now £20 (Superb copy of this femme big city beat) Maria Dallas – Ambush – RCA 9279 WD M- £60 now £50 (Superb R&B, never heard it then visit you tube, a dark horse on the label) John Gary Williams – The whole damn world is going crazy – Stax 0205 £45 now £35 (Very tight hairline, from run in for 1cm, plays through fine) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £2.80 – 1st Class Signed For insured to £50 £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
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  3. I had at least 10 copies several years ago and remember that every label had silver inkspots on them (like Edwins image above), and not one played through without a little bit of audible feedback due to lower quality pressing plant, and I can't recollect anyone talking about boots! Lee
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  4. A nice spread of dance floor fillers up for grabs! Sound files on request. Dells – Your song – 20th Century Fox 2478 M- £60 (Number written on label) Johnny Truitt – Just the other day – Abet 9433 M- £200 (Fabulous crossover) Barbara Lynn – You’re losing me – Atlantic 2513 Promo M- £35 (Red & White promo, all Bab’s stuff is top quality) Drifters – You got to pay your dues – Atlantic 2746 Ex £120 (Ever popular) Sam Dees – Fragile, handle with care – Atlantic 3287 DJ M- £75 (Sublime) Judson Moore – Everybody push and pull – Capri 109 Ex £85 (Catchy crossover) Lou Edwards & Today’s People – Talkin’ bout poor folks – Columbia 45611 WD Ex £145 Wayne Gibson – Under my thumb – Columbia 7911 Vg+ £75 (Sticker removed, some marks that leave audible feedback) Little Richard – Get down with it – Columbia 8116 Ex £85 (Sticker removed) Constellations – I didn’t know how to – Gemini Star 30005 WD Ex+ £200 (Light label wear on spindle hole) Betty Boo – Say it isn’t so – Grapevine 125 M- £100 Shelly Fisher – I’ll leave you girl – Kapp 2114 WD M- £100 (Slick crossover) Lou Roberts & Marks – You fooled me – MGM 13347 Vg+ £60 (Some marks that leave audible feedback) Cheers – Two loves / Never again – Nation 7859 Ex £75 (Don’t let the label tear on spindle hole and sticker residue put you off, these are 2 great Chicago sides, great player) Beverly Ann – He’s coming home – RCA 9269 WD M- £100 (Superb copy of this oldie) Betty Barnes – Walking down Broadway – RCA 9274 WD M- £25 (Superb copy of this femme big city beat) Maria Dallas – Ambush – RCA 9279 WD M- £60 (Superb R&B, never heard it then visit you tube, a dark horse on the label) John Gary Williams – The whole damn world is going crazy – Stax 0205 £45 (Very tight hairline, from run in for 1cm, plays through fine) Dennis Robinson & Original Tams – Trial run – Talent Attraction 303 Ex £100 (Lesser known North Carolinan soul) Long John Baldry - Drifter - United Artists 1136 WD M- £150 SOLD (Nice UK copy of this anthem) Little Anthony & Imperials – Better use your head – Veep 1228 M- £55 SOLD (Picture sleeve split seem, left hand edge, Ex-) Ballads – I can’t see your love – Vee-Jay 714 Ex+ £100 HOLD (Full throttle soul) Vows – Tell me – V.I.P. 25016 Ex+ £125 HOLD (Morris Chestnut on lead vocals) Darrell Banks – I’m the one who loves you – Volt 4014 Ex- £100 (So, so popular, slight edge lift, DNAP, light ring wear) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £2.80 – 1st Class Signed For insured to £50 £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  5. A nice spread of dance floor fillers up for grabs! Sound files on request. Please PM any questions or reservations. Monterey’s – It hurts me so – Arwin 130 WD NM £375 HOLD (Fabulous west coast groover, caused a stir a few years back, virtually dried up since) Cliff Nobles – My love is getting stronger – Atlantic 2352 Ex £400 HOLD (Plays Ex+, drill hole and penciled X on label) Dynells – Just to prove that I love you / Call on me – Atco 6638 Ex+ £275 SOLD (2 joyous femme crossover sides, right up there. Drill hole on spindle hole edge) Jerry Cook – I hurt on the other side – Capitol 5981 Vg £225 (So hard to find on an original issue, IAM triangle stamped, unfortunately seen better days, but plays great even though the vinyl is marked in places) James Barnett – Keep on talking – Fame 1001 WD Ex £300 SOLD (Insanely rare Monarch pressed west coast demo. The west coast red stock copy is 1 in 50 versus the east coast press. A relatively common record which keeps the price sensible on this hard to find demo. Tiny burn on intro, over in a jiffy, 2 light pops but that’s it, hence Ex) Kenny Shepard – What difference does it make – Maxx 332 NM £350 HOLD (Moulded stock label, rarer than promotional copy, top notch condition) Tony Clarke – (They call me) A wrong man – M-S 206 Ex- £550 HOLD (Some light marks, one or 2 light pops, but generally plays Ex+) Major Harris – Call me tomorrow – Okeh 7327 WD Ex £350 SOLD (One of the Okeh collectibles in great shape) Satisfactions – Take it or leave it – Smash 2098 Ex £225 HOLD (Red stock release harder than Demos, drill hole) Sam Dees – Lonely for you baby – SSS International 732 Ex+ £650 (One of the best copies I’ve seen, normally beaten up, hugely popular) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  6. A nice assortment of known, semi-known and obscurer Northern up for grabs, set sale this time. Sound files on request. Please PM any questions or reservations. Dells – Your song – 20th Century Fox 2478 M- £75... (Number written on label) Earl Jackson – Soul self satisfaction – ABC 11145 WD NM £750 (Beautiful West Coast white demo) Natural Four – I thought you were mine – ABC 11253 WD M- £350 SOLD (One light line on surface, does not affect play) Barbara Lynn – You’re losing me – Atlantic 2513 Promo M- £40 (Red & White promo) Ernest Franklin – At last – Chi-Land Soul 809 Ex £300 (Rare independent Chicago crossover, “Minister Franklin” glides effortlessly, backing reminds me of Ida Sands “Start all over again”) James Bounty – Prove yourself a lady – Compass 7005 M- £350 SOLD (Original - Machine stamped Rockway, Indiana) Constellations – I didn’t know how to – Gemini Star 30005 WD Ex+ £200 (Light label wear on spindle hole) Adorables – Ooh boy – Golden World 25 Ex+ £350 SOLD (Couple of light pops ¾ through) Dena Barnes – If you ever walk out of my life – Inferno 2002 WD NM £750 SOLD (Immaculate copy) Capitols – Don’t say maybe baby – Karen 1536 Ex+ £75 SOLD (West coast pressed Detroit, nice) Arabians – (Please) take a chance on me – Le Mans 004 WD M- £300 SOLD (Class group soul) Cheers – Two loves / Never again – Nation 7859 Ex £75 (Top label has edge tear on spindle hole and sticker residue, otherwise great player, neat 2 sider) Beverly Ann – He’s coming home – RCA 9269 WD M- £100 (One of the pair form her) Betty Barnes – Walking down broadway – RCA 9274 WD M- £25 (Fabulous femme beat ballad) Rose Valentine – I’ve gotta know right now – RCA 9276 WD M- £85 HOLD (Great dancer) Maria Dallas – Ambush – RCA 9279 WD M- £60 (Superb R&B, a dark horse on the label) Gloria Lane – Lets get together / Love of my life – Spotlight 1001 M- £750 (Championed under cover by Ginger Taylor as Betty Baker & Heartbreakers, this incredibly rare femme double sider is a class act) Ballads – I can’t see your love – Vee-Jay 714 Ex+ £100 (Full throttle soul) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £1.60 – 1st Class, insured up to £50 £2.80 – Signed for, 1st Class, insured up to £50 £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  7. A very nice white demos up for offers, pictures sound files Closing 8pm on Monday 29 April 2019, unless I receive any offer I can't refuse in between. Benny Sigler – Who you gonna turn to / I can’t give you love – Phil L.A. 314 WD Ex+ Offers Benny was the older brother of the firmly established Bunny Sigler, who recorded predominantly for his home state’s Parkway label. It’s fair to say that Benny lived in the shade of his brothers success, but he still managed to carve out a career in the industry as a writer and producer with Gamble and Huff on Philadelphia International Records. He chanced his arm as an artist with an early 60’s outing on the Bamboo label, which was probably a timely reminder that his musical talent lay in another direction to his brother. He waited many years to record again, this time on Phil L.A. 314 in 1968. This double sider demonstrated how tight the industry was, with Les Tre Femme providing the traditional Northern backing. Covered by Richard Searling as Randolph Walker Benny’s release became an instant hit with the Wigan crowd. Never showed up, so may have dropped from earshot! Beautiful excellent plus copy with excellent labels showing just a hint of age with ring wear. Minimum offer £750. Benny Sigler - Who you gonna turn to.mp3 Benny Sigler - I can give you love.mp3 UK postage included, overseas to be agreed. Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Cheers, Lee
  8. A tasty assortment of 60’s movers, groovers and shakers, smashing tunes everywhere. Sound files on request. Please PM any questions or reservations. Orlons – Once upon a time / Kissin’ time ABC 10948 WD M- £25 Johnny Wyatt – This thing called love – Bronco 2052 M- £150 SOLD (Essential for any DJ or collectors’ box, just the most sublime unadulterated floor filler around) Carl Douglas – Marble and iron – Buddah 212 Ex+ £50 SOLD Barbara Mercer – Hey! / Can’t stop loving you – Golden World 21 Ex+ £15 Gail Wynters – You don’t have to be in love – Hickory 1478 WD M- £50 Prophets – I got the fever – Mercury 1097 WD NM £ 200 SOLD (Condition, condition, condition, a spotless UK copy and what a great tune too) Beverly Ann – He’s coming home – RCA 9269 WD M- £125 Betty Barnes – Walking down broadway – RCA 9274 WD M- £30 (I was put onto this femme beat ballad back in the late 80s by Alan Rhodes, one time Wigan DJ, he knew his stuff, what a guy) Rose Valentine – I’ve gotta know right now – RCA 9276 WD M- £100 Maria Dallas – Ambush – RCA 9279 WD M- £70 (Superb R&B, a dark horse on the label) Sidney Barnes – You’ll always be in style – Red Bird 10039 WD M- £200 SOLD (Checklist out, artist - tick, song - tick, label - tick, winner - tick, minor edge lift DNAP - tick) Gloria Lane – Lets get together / Love of my life – Spotlight 1001 M- £750 (Championed under cover by Ginger Taylor as Betty Baker & Heartbreakers, this incredibly rare femme double sider is a class act. “Let’s get together” with its rasping brassy intro and Motownesque quality vocals gets my vote. This Spotlight label 45 from New York is in tip-top condition, with just a P penned on the flip. One appeared on DISCOGs at 1500 if you want!) Gloria Lane - Lets get together.mp3 Gloria Lane - Love of my life.mp3 Dennis Robinson & Original Tams – Trial run – Talent Attraction 303 Ex £100 (Lesser known North Carolinan soul) Grover Mitchell – What hurts – Vanguard 5003 Ex- £100 UK Ballads – I can’t see your love – Vee-Jay 714 WD Ex+ £150 SOLD (Music to drive cars too, well over the speed limit.....) Joe Moore – I ain’t – Verve 10566 Ex £35 (Rarer dark blue label issue) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £1.60 – 1st Class, insured up to £50 £2.80 – Signed for, 1st Class, insured up to £50 £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  9. A mix of bloke and blokess crossover and to mid-70s! All cracking tunes, sound files available on request. Please PM any questions or reservations. Dee Dee Sharp – What kind of lady – Action 4511 M- £100 SOLD Bettye Swann – Kiss my love goodbye – Atlantic 3019 M- £75 SOLD Sam Dees – Fragile, handle with care – Atlantic 3287 DJ M- £80 Ronnie Shannon – Sweet games of love – Black Gold 3 Ex+ £100 SOLD (In-demand for the top side, the flip “Count your chips” is Vg+ with audible feedback) Terry Callier – I just can’t help myself – Cadet 5497 WD M- £75 SOLD Judson Moore – Everybody push and pull – Capri 109 Ex £100 Lou Edwards & Today’s People – Talkin’ bout poor folks – Columbia 45611 WD Ex £150 Shelly Fisher – I’ll leave you girl – Kapp 2114 WD M- £125 Eula Cooper – Beggars can’t be choosey – Note 7208 WD Ex £75 SOLD Webs – Give in / Its so hard to break a habit – Popside 4595 WD M- £200 SOLD (2 brilliant sides, minor edge lift, DNAP) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £2.80 – Signed for, 1st Class, insured up to £50 £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  10. 3 crackers up for grabs! Please PM any questions or reservations. Lonnie Russ – Say girl – Kerwood 711 WD Ex £1300 SOLD (Brilliant ever popular oldie with a decent flip. The label shows minor pitting, and the vinyl has been wiped with something that has dulled the sheen, but despite this it plays like a dream at mint minus all the way through, no audible feedback at all, listen to sound file) Lonnie Russ - Say girl 2.mp3 Ringleaders – Baby what has happened to our love – M-Pac! 7232 Ex+ £300 SOLD (Totally reliable Chicago, flip “Love start again” is Ex-) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £1000 £9.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £2500 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  11. Keeping low ahead of the storm, so time to kill with a short listing of quality tunes! Please PM any questions or reservations. Lovations – Later Baby - Cap City 113 Ex+ £300 SOLD (Stunning ever popular girl group crossover, sumptuous) Johnny Caswell – You don’t love me anymore – Decca 32017 DJ M- £600 SOLD (Wonderful brassy Latin tinged dancer, been around as a top play forever. Conservatively graded near mint copy, you won’t need an upgrade. Company bag) Overtones – What would I do – Hip City 1 Ex- £900 (Outstanding soulful vocals on this melancholy mid-tempo rarity. One-off label release from Wilmington, Delaware, typifies the hard to find Northern obscurities, and coupled with a juicy beat ballad. To look at, its Excellent, but Graded Excellent Minus for the odd light pop in feedback. Labels have light ring wear, lightly penciled X on flip, SO hard to find this in great condition, the few that have turned up are normally knackered) Overtones - What would I do.mp3 Shelley Fisher – I‘ll leave you (girl) – Kapp 2114 WD M- £125 (Smooth crossover) Larry Williams – I’m the one / You ask for one good reason – Okeh WD M- £150 SOLD (Belting double sider in absolutely tip-top condition) Four Arts – Who do you think you are – Shee 100 Ex- £300 SOLD (Superb New York group soul dancer, plays Ex or better, graded visually as Ex- due to some marks that DNAP) Four Arts - Who do you think you are.mp3 Gwen Davis – I can’t be your part time baby / My man don’t think I know – Sound Stage Seven 2557 DJ M- £250 SOLD (Disc Jockey copies much harder to find, I always see these in much weaker condition, M- vinyl on this great copy) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £2.50 – 1st Class Signed For (at buyer’s risk for items over £50) £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
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  12. A gorgeous double sider with a funky edge up for grabs. Harvey Scales & Seven Sounds – Trying to survive / Bump your thang – Magic Touch 3002 M- £1800 SOLD Milwaukee, Wisconsin is not the most obvious source of rare soul, but this is where Lennie LaCour established Magic Touch Records in 1964 having left Chicago for a brief spell. He discovered and produced Harvey Scales, a prominent figure in the large Magic Touch catalogue. Northern material is deep seated throughout the label, ranging from the real rarities like Harveys “Trying to survive”, Mar-J-s “I’ve got to find a way out” and Sean Taylor’s raucous “Never do I worry” through to the more obscure and semi known like Evelyn Smiths “You don’t mean a thing to me”. Harvey enjoyed a phenomenal writing, recording, producing and performing career, still revered and inspiring audiences at live gigs right up until he passed away a few weeks ago. I can’t work out when or why the Seven Sounds became the Seven Seas, but the band was a significant force in this full blown relationship. In 1969 at the time of the release of “Trying to survive” members were Rudi Jacobs, Ray Armstead, Mannie Smith, Bill Purtie, Bill Stonewall and Mel Taylor, the sax player and co-writer with Harvey on this excellent studio session. At some point Magic Touch was moved to Illinois. Trying to survive is a story of hard times, the USA at a turning point, sung with a heavy heart, worrying about family matters and the bleak future. This song should be dark, but its a beautifully crafted gentle persuasive story on a lilting crossover backing with occasional funky edged break. My first attempt to buy this many years ago was beaten back in an auction that exceeded $3500, and for good reason as it turned out to be a very rare original 45. The flip “Bump your thang” is an accomplished string driven track, so a cool double sider. Vinyl on both sides is a conservative Mint Minus, labels are the same. The only thing to report is a very mild edge lift that does not affect play. Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £10.00 – Special Delivery (Fully Insured) Overseas on request Cheers, Lee Harvey Scales & Seven Sounds - Trying to survive.mp3
  13. Gene Toones - What more do you want.mp3Northern monster in tip top condition up for grabs….. PM any questions or to reserve. Gene Toones – What more do you want – Simco 30000 WD M- OFFERS SOLD Simco Music was owned by Richard Simpson, a prominent 60s jazz and gospel producer. His short flirtation with the soul genre around 66-67, was captured in 4 releases, 3 by Gene and another by Sandy Wynns. None appeared to scale the heights they needed to provide the stardom they sought. This tiny New York label distributed by Bell Records has proven to be yet another example of a humble source of Northern gold, with “What more do you want” fantasised over by probably everyone ever to pass through the scene. Genes own career looked bleak, drifting aimlessly around various labels, cutting no more than a handful of tracks for the likes of Anette, Chumley and Wand, even the national proved a fruitless enterprise. With no obvious record of success, this wonderfully athletic vocalist appears to have been satisfied with his lot, surviving on these meagre opportunities to express his musical talent. This Jesse Herring production is pure class though, sailing along on a sea of trumpets, drums rolling like surf and the backing girls surfacing like mermaids the deep. Gene recorded as Eugene Toon on a Locus label LP in the late 70s, returning to his Gospel roots, which clearly guided his divine rich voice. Vinyl is Mint Minus, graded conservatively, the top side stunning and only some light sleeve lines on the flip. Bell sound and Shelly stamped original of course. Labels are clean and sharp white, with only light label ripple on the top side where the glue around the centre hole has not stood the test of time. This is reported as a typical thing for Shelly pressing plant labels and be assured It’s not coming away any decade soon! You're not gonna want to upgrade this, unless it’s a Blue stocker! Minimum offer is £3000. I’ll let it run for a few days, unless I get one I can’t refuse. Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: Overseas on request Cheers, Lee. Gene Toones - What more do you want.mp3
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  14. A few tidy little tunes up for grabs! Please PM any questions or reservations. Ritchie Adams – I can’t escape from you – Congress 256 Ex £550 SOLD (Labels show some grubbiness, vinyl has a couple of feint pops but otherwise solid Ex) Anthony & Aqua Lads – I remember – Gold Bee 1656 M- £250 SOLD (Turn to soul beach scene group, mesmeric track, love it) Shelley Fisher – I‘ll leave you (girl) – Kapp 2114 WD M- £150 SOLD (Smooth crossover) Larry Williams – I’m the one / You ask for one good reason – Okeh WD M- £150 SOLD (Belting double sider in absolutely top condition) Willie Kendrick – Change your ways / What’s that on your finger – RCA 9212 WD M- £450 SOLD (One of thee double siders to have, up-tempo and beat ballad fighting it out for the slip mat on your turntable) Celeste Hardie – You’re gone – Reynolds 200 Ex £1200 SOLD (Popular to say the least, not M-, but a nice Ex, light ring wear) Four Arts – Who do you think you are – Shee 100 Ex- £300 SOLD (Plays Ex or better, some marks DNAP, reduced from 375) Gwen Davis – I can’t be your part time baby / My man don’t think I know – Sound Stage Seven 2557 DJ M- £275 SOLD (Disc Jockey copies much harder to find, I always see these in much weaker condition, M- vinyl on this great copy) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £2.50 – 1st Class Signed For (at buyer’s risk for items over £50) £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  15. 20+ doubles pulled from the vaults of my Motown demo collection….. My advice is not to ignore these Motor City gems, but to take the time to remind yourself of the sheer brilliance of Hitsville USA, captured in this relatively short but juicy list of tracks. Universally the most aired Soul output for most of the 60’s. Some show signs of use, mainly with writing on labels, others immaculate, but all play well enough to sell. Conservatively graded. As ever sound files available on request, PM to ask any questions or reserve. All WHITE DEMOs 1) Temptations – The girl’s alright with me / I’ll be in trouble – Gordy 7032 Ex+ £30 SOLD 2) Temptations – Beauty is only skin deep / same – Gordy 7055 M- £30 2 X on flip 3) Temptations – I could never love another (after losing your love) / same – Gordy 7072 M- £20 4) Edwin Starr – War / same – 7101 Ex+ £25 SOLD Red vinyl, light ring wear, initials and date on flip 5) Supremes – A breath taking buy….. (long title) / Rock and roll banjo band – Motown 1044 Ex- £25 SOLD 6) Carolyn Crawford – Forget about me / Devil in his heart – Motown 1050 Ex- £50 SOLD Looks M- plays with light pops but doesn’t impact on audio pleasure and the top side is a fantastic tune! 7) Mary Wells – My guy / Oh little boy – Motown 1056 Vg+ £10 Supremes – Come see about me / Always in my heart Motown 1068 Ex £30 SOLD Pure class 9) Four Tops – Your love is amazing / It’s the same old song – Motown 1081 M- £30 Distributor stamp and title circled in pen on “Same old” 10) Four Tops – Loving you is sweeter than ever / same – Motown 1096 M- £25 11) Supremes – You can’t hurry love / same – Motown 1097 M- £20 SOLD 12) Tammi Terrell – This old heart of mine / same – Motown 1138 M- £25 13) Tammi Terrell – This old heart of mine / same – Motown 1138 Vg+ £10 Top side plays fine, flip more marks 14) Barbara Randolph – I got a feeling / same – Soul 35038 M- £60 Another outstanding track by a Motown female “B” lister 15) Jimmy Ruffin – Farewell is a lonely sound – Soul 35060 M- £20 Red vinyl, what’s the story, were these distributed for juke boxes by Seeburg? Another rock solid mid-tempo delight. 16) Miracles – Mickey’s monkey / Whatever makes you happy – Tamla 54083 Ex £20 SOLD Light stain on label 17) Miracles – Tracks of my tears / A fork in the road – Tamla 54118 Vg+ £30 Much rarer West Coast release, with Jobete’s “Quality Control” stamp and reference to Monarch pressing date of 24 Jun 65, nice provenance! 18) Marvelettes – Danger heartbreak dead ahead / Your cheating ways – Tamla 54120 Ex £35 SOLD Much rarer West Coast release, date 7/65 and initial on top side, clean flip 19) Miracles – My girl has gone / same – Tamla 54123 Ex+ £20 This is a beautifully crafted piece of soul and possible the best tune in this selection 20) Miracles – Going to a go-go / Choosey beggar – Tamla 54127 Ex £25 Catalogue number and 2 X on top label, flip clean 21) Brenda Holloway – Just look what you done / same – Tamla 54148 M- £35 SOLD Superb tune, dull white labels PayPal as friends or add 4% please Postage: £1.25 – 1st Class (covers to £50 £2.50 - 1st Class Signed For (covers to £50) £7.50 - Special Delivery (Fully insured over £50) Overseas on Request Cheers, Lee

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