richard

Derek Lee - Girl on Parlophone

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Hi all

Was just wondering if anyone had any info on this? Seems to be a of an bit obscure British stomper, did it ever get any plays?

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Not that I know of, certainly a stomper but the voice would put most off in recent decades.

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I remember reviewing it off a demo copy in 1989-90, not much response, great backing track, hopeless vocals

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8 hours ago, Pete S said:

I remember reviewing it off a demo copy in 1989-90, not much response, great backing track, hopeless vocals

:hatsoff2:HI ALL When I first read your review in Beating Rhythm you were the first person who had mentioned the record, It would of gone down well at the CASINO 78 & onward (thank god I dropped of the scene) However I still play my DEMO now & again, and it is in it's own way a rare 45 if you collect Northern Dancers on UK labels I would rate as **. KTF

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Thanks chaps.

Anyone got any idea of what sort of price would be fair for it?  Have got a red and white demo M- copy that came from Carlton TV library that might look to punt out  

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4 hours ago, richard said:

Thanks chaps.

Anyone got any idea of what sort of price would be fair for it?  Have got a red and white demo M- copy that came from Carlton TV library that might look to punt out  

:hatsoff2:HI How do you price a record that has no demand, however a keen collector of UK labels, would pay £30 tops for it, in saying that it is a good one to have, the big problem these days, peopleseem not to buy records hey don't know, they tend to just want whats indemand (sheep heads) old school colectors, like myself will buy 50 45s at a time I don't look at the price tag I look at the 45, before Manships guide, record collector, & the internet (Ebay) we all took big risks & we went off instinct, 

For a correct valuation of your record, Pete Smith would be my choice to value it, he might even sell it for you.  KTF

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Awful record!, Around 1984 or '85 I bought it off JM on his recommendation, in 30+ years of dealing with him only the second time I've sent a record back.

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