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Hugh Roy - Flashing My Whip / Do It Right - Duke Reid DR 2519

Hugh Roy

Flashing My Whip / Do It Right

Duke Reid : DR 2519 (45s)

As Jamaican Reggae leaves the era of Skinhead dance, this ingenious Duke Reid production is saturated groundbreaking studio innovation whilst still holding on to the late sixties.

Harmony vocals, silky and seamless, then the echoing voice comes from nowhere, adding another level to the song, whilst the chugging arrangement glides along uninterrupted; crafting an addictive tune you'll find yourself playing over and over again. Understated Clarinet accompanies a "Rap" adding even more structure to this delicacy.

Flip it over a shrill girl group joins the studio and the song unfold into the first indications of "Dub" developing in the Jamaican output..

An innovative disc, elevated Duke Reid's imagination..

Condition Report

46 years old and utterly flawless, is why this disc is on auction today... such uncommon condition. Two perfect labels revealing on signs of turntable exposure. Both vinyls reveal only muinuscule sign of storage inside a paper sleeve. No marks, no hairlines just a very fine sleeve contact blemish or two.

46 years old and utterly flawless, is why this disc is on auction today... such uncommon condition. Two perfect labels revealing on signs of turntable exposure. Both vinyls reveal only muinuscule sign of storage inside a paper sleeve. No marks, no hairlines just a very fine sleeve contact blemish or two.

Jim Lowe - I Feel The Beat / By You, By You, By You - London HLD 8268

Jim Lowe

I Feel The Beat / By You, By You, By You

London : HLD 8268 (45s)

A flawless 1956 British GOLD London press, in spectacular condition. (read the condition report below)

The "Green Door" man with his much rarer British release as a long frustrating internet search will reveal.

London GOLD's sit at the pinnacle of British 45rpm collecting and here's a rare one in the unbeatable condition

C lick the soundfile and rock with Jim

Condition Report

Near time-machine condition, not the flipside center hole still retains the coveted fine GOLD ring as proof of little or no turntable outings. That fine gold trace disappears after sustained spindle penetration it is a sight seldom encountered on these 60 year old+ London treasures. Vinyl has only trace faint hairlines under strong light, 61 years of being filed, we imagine in an jaw-dropping "Gold" London run. This is one for the OCD about condition.

Near time-machine condition, not the flipside center hole still retains the coveted fine GOLD ring as proof of little or no turntable outings. That fine gold trace disappears after sustained spindle penetration it is a sight seldom encountered on these 60 year old+ London treasures. Vinyl has only trace faint hairlines under strong light, 61 years of being filed, we imagine in an jaw-dropping "Gold" London run. This is one for the OCD about condition.

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