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  1. Dave I know this is an old thread but just had a quick look at the scans on Discogs of Eastern and Soul Pot. The instrumental on Soul Pot is 3:59 - the same duration as the vocal. The scans of the Eastern release show the shorter vocal at 3:45 but a longer instrumental at 4:20. https://www.discogs.com/release/3308831-Willie-Pickett-On-The-Stage-Of-Life- Is it probable there are two Eastern copies with different length instrumentals on the flips? Cheers Richard
  2. RobbK - hope all's well with you. Just wondered if my reply answered your question re documentation it was recorded in Detroit. It was your original query about evidence that encouraged me to say I had this on GW acetate. Cheers - R
  3. Here's a pic I took a few years ago - just a plain GW label on it without scribbles. Having compared, it sounds like a slightly different mix to the Vee-Jay presses - more direct and clearer than the 45s - a bit more punchy! R
  4. I have Fred Hughes - "Don't Let Me Down" on a Golden World studio acetate.
  5. The clue appears to be in the copyright wording around the edge The Gramophone Co Ltd. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gramophone_Company R
  6. Really appreciate the update Keith Thanks for posting Cheers Richard
  7. I knew this just from visiting John a good few years ago now when he played the me Puff record and we discussed that it could be Dena Barnes' first recording - and we spoke about such discussions with other collectors. John's previous auctions have referred to the first Dena Barnes record. The Puff record is not that easy to find. Cheers R
  8. No sorry Andy - I meant eBay - just saw on my recent alerts Here's an example on eBay: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/114871441198?epid=11047501193&hash=item1abedf172e:g:SQUAAOSwCdtg20DF Cheers R Juno cheaper mate R
  9. There's nothing sneaky about it at all Martin and there's no trick - far from it John's auction is automated and has been for around a couple of decades - it's run by the software If a couple of people are bidding against each other, the auction automatically extends for blocks of two minutes until there's a winner It's pretty standard for how auction houses work all over the world - i.e. the auction goes on until there's the highest winning bid - just like Sotheby's etc. Suggest you read the "How the auction works" section on the Raresoulman website here: https://www.raresoulman.co.uk/how-auction-works/ Give that a read and you'll be better informed Cheers Richard
  10. Thanks Kev So what's the one shown in my pic please? Pretty sure it was from Soul Bowl Cheers R


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