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Check out the Rare Soulman rock & pop auction for all the best bargains available online. Be sure to check the closing date and time for each record to ensure to don’t miss out on the best bids. Our auction stock dramatically varies in price, with records ranging from £12-£700. Find the perfect rock & pop additions for your own collection.

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Cannon Ball Bryan - Red Ash / Blue Bird - Trojan TR 673

Cannon Ball Bryan

Red Ash / Blue Bird

Trojan : TR 673 (45s)

A rare # in this most collectable of Reggae labels, his only Trojan release.

This highly regarded ex-Skatalite Jamaican Saxophonist glows within this Duke Reid Treasure Isle production. A hauntingly addictive instrumental that instantly grabs your attention as it creeps under your skin, to become the ear-worm of the day.

A very sought after dancefloor favourite, with undertones of his SKA career as Karl "King Cannon" manipulates his instrument into every which way, before keyboard wizardry breaks in followed by the rich tones of the Trombone, then Karl is back caressing the session with subtle saxophone blows..

Killer instrumental blending Reggae and Jazz into dreamy narcotic experience of dance.

Awesome!

Condition Report

4 prong centre fully intact, two clean labels. Vinyl is close to perfection, jus a light scuff on the a-side lead in groove NOT on the playing surface. the rest of the vinyl is flawless. record is still in tis birth sleeve

4 prong centre fully intact, two clean labels. Vinyl is close to perfection, jus a light scuff on the a-side lead in groove NOT on the playing surface. the rest of the vinyl is flawless. record is still in tis birth sleeve

Rupie Edwards - Long Lost Love / Uncertain Love - Crab 35

Rupie Edwards

Long Lost Love / Uncertain Love

Crab: 35 (45s)

A stunning previously unplayed copy!

The lead side gives up silky Skinhead Reggae from the golden year of 1969 showcasing the dulcet tomes of this highly regarded vocalist..

As so often happens with Reggae 45's of this era the more impressive side lays hidden on the flip. "Uncertain Love" is an upbeat, vibrant horn driven dance groove. Relentless Reggae pulses blanket the background as Rupie so convincingly delivers the his stop - start lyrics. Superb horn interventions throughout, cradling this man superb voice.

Two strong sides, presented here on a cocooned 50 year old 45 in flawless condition.

Condition Report

4 prong die-cut centre fully intact, previously unplayed vinyl all housed in original wavy-top birth sleeve. Flipside label has a small L P written on the centrepiece, see images

4 prong die-cut centre fully intact, previously unplayed vinyl all housed in original wavy-top birth sleeve. Flipside label has a small L P written on the centrepiece, see images

Bongo Herman, Bongo Les & Bingy Bunny / Rupie Edwards All Stars  - The Dew Of Herman / Jud Jad - Success blank dsr re 57445

Bongo Herman, Bongo Les & Bingy Bunny / Rupie Edwards All Stars

The Dew Of Herman / Jud Jad

Success blank : dsr re 57445 (45s)

Not the "I Want Justice" B.B. Seaton mispress, or the Success USA imprint or indeed the later issue on "Opportunity" but the original Success Records 136 Orange Street, Kingston "blank"in spectacular as new condition!

A rattling good instrumental, for those of you who's priority is (when ever possible) acquiring Jamaican 45's in pristine condition and in their least seen format.

This elusive format is immaculate in every way.

Condition Report

Two clean company stamped labels, with hand written credits neatly scribed in pencil. Both sides of the vinyl is an immaculate Mint minus

Two clean company stamped labels, with hand written credits neatly scribed in pencil. Both sides of the vinyl is an immaculate Mint minus

Lighthouse - Thoughts Of Movin' On / original 1972 - Vertigo 6342 011

Lighthouse

Thoughts Of Movin' On / original 1972

Vertigo : 6342 011 (LP)

A fabulous example of one of Vertigo's most-wanted.

Since being endorsed in 1969 by Duke Ellington on their performing debut, this 13 man ensemble has enjoyed a cult following from their many highly appreciated album releases first for RCA before moving onto GRT and consequently two releases for the coveted British label Vertigo.

Their reputation further enhanced when they performed on the same stages as The Door, Chicago, The Who, Miles Davis and other legends.

By 1971 when their two finest albums were recorded the band had dwindle to 11 members constantly touring to satisfy their growing worldwide fan base. Their talent recognised when theuy recorded live from Carnegie Hall.

This trophy album is so hard to acquire in tip-top condition. The delicate front cover invariably suffers from ring wear, creasing and various states of wear. This copy has been housed in a poly-sleeve since birth, as you can view from the images, the cover is an astonishing mint minus.
Inside the gatefold it is near perfect, back cover is likewise.

VINYL is a beautiful mint minus, I'm struggling to find any signs of play. two flawless labels, all housed the original poly-lined Vertigo swirl inner.

As good as it gets near perfect condition.

Condition Report

as noted above condition is a stunning M-/ M- / M-

as noted above condition is a stunning M-/ M- / M-

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