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  1. A mix of rarities, classics, semi-knowns, in-demanders, and a few nice cheapies. All records available at time of uploading. All are USA originals unless stated. Please order by phone if possible: 07903-229367. Thanks. Jeanette White - Music - A&M (Ex+) £25 … [1969 west coast press, stormer!] Impressions - Can’t Satisfy - ABC DJ (Ex) £20 SOLD G.Q. - Make My Dreams A Reality - Arista DJ (Ex+) £12 Dyke and the Blazers - Funky Broadway - Artco (Ex+) £225 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3C5Kl58eMTA Jackie Moore - Both Ends Against The Middle - Atlantic (Ex-) £15 Soul Clinic - So Sharp - Bay Sound (M-) £80 / also (Ex) £65 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ss89jF9Iww Lou Johnson - If I Never Get To Love You - Big Top (M-) £25 … [uptempo early number] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLYg3rjJ7UA Reggie LaMont - How Lonely - Blue Rock (Ex+) £50 Ricky Allen - It’s A Mess I Tell You - Bright Star (Ex+) £30 / also (Ex-) £25 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B96lTVAP8SI Barbara Acklin - Love Makes A Woman - Brunswick DJ (M-) £25 … [lovely yellow demo] Gene Chandler - After The Laughter - Checker (Ex, west coast press) £20 Danny White - Cracked Up Over You - Decca (Ex+) £45 Cody Black - Mr Blue - D-Town (M-) £350 SOLD Marva Whitney - Saving My Love For My Baby - Federal (M-) £40 Intruders - Check Yourself - Gamble (Ex+) £70 SOLD Tom-Emmanuel and Ron Experience - When You Lose Your Groove - Golden Three (M-) £150 … [very rare, quality crossover, sold for £200 on Darren Brown’s site] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deAB2DF60yY Mylestones - Sexy Lady - Hawk Sound (Ex+) £25 … [rare proper original, Kent distributed] Quadraphonics - Betcha If You Check It Out - Innovation II DJ (Ex) £35 … [rare demo, in-demand] We The People - Making My Daydreams Real - Lion (Ex) £50 SOLD Soul Shakers - I’m Getting Weaker - Loma DJ (Ex) £125 … [top drawer classic, one of Leonard Jewel Smith’s finest!] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsso4tq4lhM Festival - Oh Baby - Max Stout Records (Ex) £75 … [classy crossover, elusive] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIlwo52n9aA Admirals - Sawmill - Pulse (Ex-) £50 Miracle Walkers - Love In My Soul - Scamm Sound (Ex+ / sol) £100 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwPbB2QuUuo Linda and the Vistas - She Went Away - Shrine DJ (M-) £250 Steve Mancha - Did My Baby Call - Wheelsville (Ex+) £600 SOLD … [fantastic double-sider, don’t forget to check the flip ‘Whirlpool’ if you’ve forgotten it] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgteoUZdloI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=La9PgUzkWUU See previous lists for more great records: 31/07 - https://www.soul-source.co.uk/forums/topic/410952-pr-list-3107-billy-arnell-loretta-williams-etc/ Condition is as stated (same style grading as used by John Manship & Pat Brady). If you need further clarification on anything please call; or alternatively e-mail (richerpj@yahoo.com) or PM. Payment preferred by bank transfer, cheque or cash. I can also accept PayPal sent to richerpj@yahoo.com , but will need to charge fees (add 4% to final total), or send as gift (f&f). Postage is £3.00 for recorded, £8.00 special delivery (or at cost, by arrangement, for overseas). Happy vinyl hunting! Peter Richer, 9 Beech Avenue, East Cramlington, Northumberland NE23 6XS 07903-229367
  2. A mix of rarities, classics, semi-knowns, in-demanders, and a few nice cheapies. All records available at time of uploading. All are originals unless stated. Please order by phone: 07903-229367. Condition is as stated (same style grading as used by John Manship & Pat Brady). If you need further clarification on anything please call; or alternatively e-mail (richerpj@yahoo.com) or PM. Payment preferred by bank transfer, cheque or cash. I can also accept PayPal sent to richerpj@yahoo.com , but will need to charge fees (add 4% to final total), or send as gift (f&f). Postage is £3.00 for recorded, £8.00 special delivery (or at cost, by arrangement, for overseas). Exciters - Weddings Make Me Cry - Bang DJ (M-) £20 Willie Weems & The Outlaws - Snuff Time - Bran-Dee (Ex) £75 SOLD … [early boogaloo, extremely rare] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chR5-izduJk Artistics - It’s Those Little Things That Count/Being In Love - Brunswick (M-) £25 … [fantastic crossover, both sides] Millionaires - You’ve Got To Love Your Baby - Castle (Ex+) £175 Brenda Lee - Time And Time Again - Decca (M-) £18 Measures - Can You Handle It/Girls Are Evil (M-) £65 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jifcAyGcif0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue4jLd_gYhQ Buddy Lamp - Next Best Thing - D-Town (M-) £65 Glenda McLeod - No Stranger To Love - HGEI (M-) £75 … [2nd issue] Billy Arnell - Tough Girl - Holly (Ex) £1,750 Jimmy Robins - I Can’t Please You - Jerhart (M-) £18 Loretta Williams - Baby Cakes - Jotis (M-) £120 Brewster Crew - I’m One Who Know - Lifeline (Ex) £60 Spyder Turner - You’re Good Enough For Me/Stand By Me - MGM (Ex+) £20 Spyder Turner - Stand By Me - MGM DJ (Ex+) £12 Lou Roberts - You Fooled Me - MGM (Vg) £40 SOLD … [rare issue, plays great, half price] Carstairs - He Who Picks A Rose - Okeh DJ (Ex+) £70 … [also 2nd copy, sticker and mark on label, £60] Jerri Jackson - I Can Almost Believe - Parallax DJ £125 SOLD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-orCLT67As Geminis - Can’t Let You Go/I Hired The Girl - RCA DJ (M-) £35 … [terrific double sider, not common either] Al Kent - You’ve Got To Pay The Price - Ric Tic (M-) £10 Dave Love - Colalined Baby - Solid Soul (M-) £18 Little Tommy - Lov’H/I’m Hurt - Sound Of Soul (Ex+) £50 Bonnie Graham - I Know It Hurts You - Sure Shot DJ (M-) £125 … [great R&B dancer, was £150 on Anglo list last August] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRHd6wyR4Ng Denise La Salle - A Love Reputation - Tarpon (blue label, Vg+) £80 … [sticker mark on label, plays great] Keni Lewis - Not The Marrying Kind - White Label ‘Test Press’ £75 … [from the sought after 90s limited press of 150; vinyl is M-, scribbled out titles on label] Kittens - Wait A Minute - Vick (M-) £375 Happy vinyl hunting! Cheers, Peter Peter Richer, 9 Beech Avenue, East Cramlington, Northumberland NE23 6XS 07903-229367
  3. Gin and the Gents ... 'Dreams for Sale' on Eldorado (also on Miss Thing, apparently). Not a bad record actually; got it in a Soul Bowl soul pack in 1978, and pleased to still have it.
  4. Plus, it's fun acquiring a little bit of knowledge - or ask a clued up friend - to help you buy some low-cost genuine originals when you are out and about at venues. Just as an example, in the sales boxes I took out to a soul night on Saturday there were maybe a hundred or more originals in the £10 to £30 price range. Moreover, there are plenty of other collectors who do the same, so there is a lot of choice. And as Steve G and Chalky pointed out above, there are loads of great records out there for that price - classics, underplayed, and sometimes even quite rare quality items.
  5. It doesn't matter. The point is (and was) that IL is probably working on it; and he has a history of doing so.
  6. I think you mean because they hadn't seen them in the flesh. And yes, of course that's true, that's why they were only 'nearlys'.
  7. He's quite the vandal isn't he ... as bad as four of them, in fact
  8. I'm sure Ian Levine is working on it, even as we speak. One or two of his 'nearlys' caught some people out a couple of years back ... Magnetics (Ra-Sel), Greater Experience, Sam Williams etc.
  9. Just looking for a another definite confirmed example. As stated. Thought that question was clear. So, just as a for instance, is there perhaps a Motown record we know of with a Monarch test press as well as an ARP test press (with 'quality control' writing would be nice too - as the icing on the cake!)?
  10. Some interesting points/theories there Robb, thank you. So, this would leave open the possibility (not too unrealistic, given the recent find) that another RCA test press or two might surface and, similarly, that one or more Monarch test presses could appear. A definite example (from anybody) of another Motown record where test presses from two different pressing plants have been confirmed would still be very helpful. Anyone? Oh, and I can't speak for others, but I can admit that the reason why I have never asked these questions before is because they never occurred to me, until this new Frank Wilson turned up a couple of years ago with the same 'quality control' writing on the label. Let's hope we get a clearer picture sometime soon!
  11. Yes, of course; I think we can all understand that. However, I still think it would be interesting to know whether there are any other Motown records where a test press (for quality control) was produced at one plant, and then another quantity (in this case six, albeit demos, also ostensibly for quality control) were produced at a separate plant. Anybody know of any examples?
  12. OK, that's fine, it doesn't matter which non-ARP plant the test press came from. So, are we saying that Motown would have demos and test presses produced from two or more plants just to check quality control and see if it was potentially worth issuing? Surely just the one would normally have sufficed? Are there any other examples of Motown test presses, for one record, from two or more completely different plants?
  13. Exactly. So why use a separate pressing plant; and presumably two different masters? And then, the question remains, how many test presses (from the RCA plant) were actually produced? Just the one?!
  14. Hang on. People seem to be missing the real point here. The Tim Brown copy, plus the ex-Ron Murphy then Kenny Burrell then Hull/Scunthorpe copiy (keep up now, that's two copies in total) have been well documented for many years. They are both demos with the same labels and same ARP matrix markings. In other words, they came from the same batch - of six, if the testimonies are correct. However, the test press (that is, the third known copy) which Jack White bought a couple of years ago is completely different. It was pressed at a totally different plant, and has different (non-ARP) matrix markings. That means - and this is the big point - that the Frank Wilson was pressed up separately at two different plants, for whatever reason, and there is no knowing at all how many of the test press were actually produced. Or why? That is the question. Why was it pressed in two different plants (for a 'sample' demo)? How many were pressed? And, even, are there any issues?

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