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Princetons - You’re My Love / Gone - Philips 40379

Princetons

You’re My Love / Gone

Philips: 40379 (45s)

One of the rarer mainstream label Garage 45’s, that seldom turns up for sale. It appeared briefly on the 1993 Garage compilation album “60’s Rebellion Vol. 5. A good choice for the compilers as this is certainly rebellious Garage.

Delivered by a six man Michigan gathering, and both sides written and produced by them mysterious Bill Neal. This vibrant group previously released under the name the Princeton Five, their Michigan reputation enhanced by their snarling lead vocalist Vince DeMaggio, who also co-wrote the a-side.

Starting life as “Johnny and The Cardigans” morphing into the Princeton 5 releasing three 45’s on their own D.I.Y. label “Princeton” in 1964 they added another member, revamped their name and got a break with a national label. Not much of a break though as this Philips 45, is rarer than all those local Princeton label releases. This 45 sold virtually nothing, consigned to the cut-out bins without even breaking surface. After 1966 we known nothing about their eventual demise.

Rare Garage indeed..

Condition Report

Two clean labels, tiny bb drill (see images). Vinyl retains full gloss, some light marks on the a-side Ex condition. Flipside “Gone” is a grade cleaner at Ex+.<br /> Nice copy of a very elusive disc, housed in company sleeve

Two clean labels, tiny bb drill (see images). Vinyl retains full gloss, some light marks on the a-side Ex condition. Flipside “Gone” is a grade cleaner at Ex+.
Nice copy of a very elusive disc, housed in company sleeve

Eddy Grant - Nobody’s Got Time / Nobody’s Got Time part 2 - Torpedo TOR 53

Eddy Grant

Nobody’s Got Time / Nobody’s Got Time part 2

Torpedo: TOR 53 (45s)

A near flawless copy of a 1975 Eddie Grant release that initially passed everyone by.

ORIGINAL First press the rare 1975 UK.

The 2nd 45 in Eddy Grant's solo career, so much rare than his first 45 for Torpedo.

Demand from it's rarity, recently triggered a 2017 reissue, which has black text and black background logo. As opposed to the "plum" coloured logo and text of the original first press (see images)

To acquire a copy of this elusive 43 year old, at this level of perfection is a challenge. A record that seldom surfaces, and almost never in this impeccable condition..and with the reissue label looking rather sickly by comparison here's a rare chance of owning the original real deal.

Do not pass by..

Condition Report

Two perfect solid center labels, beautifully clean vinyl that reveals only the merest sleeve contact storage blemish. As you can hear it plays perfect.

Two perfect solid center labels, beautifully clean vinyl that reveals only the merest sleeve contact storage blemish. As you can hear it plays perfect.

Jah Lloyd - Channel One / Channel Two - Jaguar JAG102

Jah Lloyd & Douglas Boothe

Channel One / Channel Two

Jaguar: JAG102 (45s)

Rare and immaculate British press still in birth-sleeve

Condition Report

Two sparkling clean “as new” labels, 4 prong die-cut center fully in place. Still housed in it’s wavy-top birth sleeve. Of course, displaying full gloss vinyl, only revealing the merest sleeve contact surface blemishes under direct light. Plays as you can hear, plays flawless.<br /> <br /> You will not locate a finer copy.

Two sparkling clean “as new” labels, 4 prong die-cut center fully in place. Still housed in it’s wavy-top birth sleeve. Of course, displaying full gloss vinyl, only revealing the merest sleeve contact surface blemishes under direct light. Plays as you can hear, plays flawless.

You will not locate a finer copy.

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