Uncle Jim-Ninety Miles/Old Time Feeling- 45- stereo-Kapp K 2175 - (Approx.) 1971 45 RPM 7 inch release by the obscure Folk-Rock group, Uncle Jim. Group had an album on Kapp also called "Uncle Jim's Music". Copy at hand is an unplayed, MINT white label promo. - (MINT) - $4.99- Order
Upbeats, The-Just Like In the Movies/My Foolish Heart- 45- mono-Swan S 4010 - 1958 45 RPM release by The Upbeats. A side was minor summer hit. Breezy Pop vocal group style. Surface shows a few light marks. Plays nicely w/light surface noise and clear sound. - (EXC) - $4.99- Order
V/A-British Invasion- LP- mono-On the Radio Brodcating - 13 disc radio show, hits of the British Invasion, plain cardboard mailer box cover, with 13 descriptive sheets, 1989 rel - (NM/all discs mint) - $40- Order
V/A-Johnny Rivers, Rick Nelson, Randy Sparks- LP- stereo-MGM SE4256 - punch hole, features all three of Ricky's Verve recordings - (SS) - $10- Order
Various-The 1969 Warner-Reprise Record Show- LP- Stereo-Warner/Reprise PRO 336 - 1969 release Promo-only 2 LP set that was available to customers only by mail-order. Features 31 tracks ranging from well-known to obscure and rare cuts from LP's that did not sell well upon initial release. Artists include Mephistopheles, Pearls Before Swine, The Pentangle, The Blue Velvet Band, Ella Fitzgerald, Geoff and Maria Muldaur, The Kinks, The Fugs, The Grateful Dead, Joni Mitchell, Lorraine Ellison, Neil Young, The Mothers of Invention, Jethro Tull and more. Gatfold cover is clean with no writing, stains, tears, etc. Minor wear/creasing to 2 corners and 2 inch seam split to back half of cover at top center. Nice 4 page booklet inside w/photos, artist bios, etc.) Both discs (green Warner/7 Arts label) are clean, glossy & Near Mint. Set provides an interesting snapshot of a very good year in Rock and was not available in stores!
Various-Unforgettable Oldies Volume II- LP- Stereo-Unart S 21027 - Hard-to-find 1968 release featuring 10 60s Pop hits by various artists. Including "Friday On My Mind" by the Easybeats, "Little Things" by Bobby Goldsboro, "Come A little Bit Closer" by Jay & The Americains and "I'm a Man" by Spencer Davis (with Stevie Winwood). See our scan for the complete track list. Cover is near-perfect in the shrink (with a tiny dent at the bottom right corner), but no heavy creases, tears, stains, writing or seamsplits. Heavy vinyl disc (with seldom-seen green, yellow & blue Unart label) is Mint. Hard-to-find 60s UA complilation in top-condition. In the desirable Stereo format!
Various Artists-Music For a Mad Ball- LP- mono-Tops L 1610 - 1958 33 1/3 rpm LP release on the old Tops/Mayfair label. Tops was a budget label with a high 'cheese' content, but occasionally some gems would surface. This LP is one such example. Album cover uses images of the stars of the movie, "Operation Mad Ball", although the music in fact has no relation to the movie. LP offers 12 cover songs of then-current hits. Some of these covers are rather good by artists like Scatman Crothers, Dave Burgess (The Champs), and Bobby Milano (Challenge Rockabilly artist), and that is why we have owned a copy of this LP for many years. Highlights include "Send For Me", "I'm Walkin'", "A White Sport Coat (& a Pink Carnation)", "Don't Forbid Me", "Whole Lot of Shakin' Goin' On" and "Since I Met You Baby". Complete track listing: SEND FOR ME--Jerry Case, PARTY DOLL-no artist listed, I'M WALKIN'-Scat Man Crothers, ROCK-A-BILLY-Neil Hunt, A WHITE SPORT COAT (AND A PINK CARNATION)-Dave Burgess, DON'T FORBID ME-Bobby Milano, TEEN AGE CRUSH--no artist listed, WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON-Dave Burgess, SINCE I MET YOU BABY-Scat Man Crothers, BUTTERFLY-Dave Burgess, TEENAGER'S ROMANCE-Dave Burgess, WHY BABY WHY-Neil Hunt. Cover shows wear & faint writing on front at left center. Top edge has 6" piece of tape and edges are a bit frayed with a bit of splitting. Heavy vinyl disc has small white collectors number system label on the A side. Vinyl shows numerous light marks, but no serious scratches. Plays nicely with light surface noise and clear sound. Interesting piece.
Various Artists-History of Rhythm & Blues Vols I, II, III, IV: Promo Sampler- 45- mono-Atlantic EP 8161 - 1968 promo-only 45 rpm LP release. This is a white label promo 7" disc with music on one side only. Disc offers snippets of songs from the excellent Atlantic Records series of LP's, "The History of Rhythm & Blues". Track list: Orioles: it's too soon to know * Stick Mcghee - drinking wine spo dee o dee * Ruth Brown - 5 10 15 hours * Clovers - one mint julep * Ruth Brown - mama he treats your daughter mean
Drifters - money honey * Chords - sh boom * Joe Turner - shake rattle and roll * Joe Turner - corrine corrina * Ivory Joe Hunter - since i met you baby * Lavern Baker - Jim Dandy
Chuck Willis - c.c. rider * The Coasters - yakety yak * Bobby Darin - splish splash * Ray Charles - what'd i say * Coasters - poison ivy. Custom picture sleeve (pictures of the LP series on the back) is clean with moderate creasing around the edges. Vinyl is clean & glossy with one small mark at the outside edge.