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  1. Eddie, Lewie's copy came from richard searling; the first copy we had seen in the flesh, when he bought it down to an alldayer. I think that most of the copies that people have seen, have been recycled between collectors, which makes it look like there are more, than a few, in existence.
  2. The congress original has a stamped 'R' in the deadwax.
  3. A Pat Brady spin in the terminal days of the Casino.
  4. hi gilly, my copy of that Just Brothers is on Lupine.
  5. Myself and tim ashibende went to detroit in 1979 and went over to Cappys record Mart. I still have the address details from back then and so i checked on google to see if it still exists and it looks like there was a fire at the property. Really sad to see these iconic record shops being destroyed.
  6. Tim ash & myself found two rod keith records with the same backing track as 'like the lord said' but not that title you mentioned. He must have had some faith in that backing track. Guy certainly liked it!!
  7. Myself and tim ash got into the House of Sounds in Phila. and the first thing we come across was a skip full of Cashing In. Must have been a couple of thousand copies and we didn't bother buying any, even at 25 cents each. We had a look to see if there was any dj copies, but there wasn't. Then finding another large load of them at Jim Stapleton's place, in Memphis; probably another thousand copies and leaving them well alone. The old days of plenty !!
  8. I got one in the 9ts on a record trip. Great record and good memories of that particular allniter. Nice choice Gilly.
  9. It predates the 8ts and stafford, as Soul Bowl listed it now and again in the 7ts. I got a copy off bob cattaneo from daly city on my first visit. He had so many obscure records with nice labels like the Blue Soul imprint.
  10. original acetate: where was the information on the auction to verify that it was authentic?
  11. I assume you bang to bangers? I think its a term used by hipsters who've infiltrated the Northern scene.
  12. My colleague has a red issue of the jimmy hart. Not the same format as the copy that you have above; but follows the format of the dj copies with the full title.
  13. The flip side is "by the front door"
  14. Have a good look at it; it does say that its a dj copy.