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Sons Of Soul - Yea Yea Baby / So Ashamed - Doctor Bird DB 1037

Sons Of Soul

Yea Yea Baby / So Ashamed

Doctor Bird : DB 1037 (45s)

A Gayfeet production with the backing of the fabulous Baba Brooks Band. Typically uplifting Rock Steady brass rhythms pump out the dance pulses, for the mysterious "Sons Of Soul" to weave their vocals into.

Strong production, meaty backing complimented buy authentically soulful vocals. Both sides primitively enticing, the rawness, neighbourhood atmosphere to this tune, is certainly it's attraction.

Another Doctor Bird # that doesn't turn up too often, especially in clean condition.

Condition Report

Labels have a light initial F A on this mild ring wear (see images). Vinyl has full gloss, reveal some fine hairlines, the a-side has a visually obvious surface mark running the width of the vinyl, but does not disrupt play. listen there is no obvious background noise.

Labels have a light initial F A on this mild ring wear (see images). Vinyl has full gloss, reveal some fine hairlines, the a-side has a visually obvious surface mark running the width of the vinyl, but does not disrupt play. listen there is no obvious background noise.

Buddy Knox - Party Doll / My Baby's Gone - Columbia DB 3914 gold

Buddy Knox

Party Doll / My Baby's Gone

Columbia : DB 3914 gold (45s)

Gold 1957 first press, still in it's birth-sleeve. You can of course google and view a few lesser example displayed in what ever Colubia sleeve was at hand. This disc has lived in this birth-sleeve for 62 years. File in the middle of a rather impressive British gold Columbia run. Gold text is crisp, sharp and bold. A-side spindle hole shows little or no signs of wear, in fact the thin gold perimeter is still there.

Vinyl reveals only sleeve storage hairlines under direct light. No scratches, scuffs, dings or any other marks.

This is a Rock & Roll classic, in a condition we are unlikely to encounter ever again. A song that will live in the hearts of dedicated Rock n' Roll fans forever..

A listing for those who really care about condition, authenticity and buying their 45's in their true birth sleeves.

Condition Report

As described above.. a beautiful copy.

As described above.. a beautiful copy.

Heptones / Tommy McCook and the Supersonics  - Gunmen Coming To Town / Riverton City - Rio R 104

Heptones / Tommy McCook and the Supersonics

Gunmen Coming To Town / Riverton City

Rio: R 104 (45s)

The Lone Ranger is coming to town.. bringing two killer 1966 Rock Steady dance grooves.

AS you'd expect from this highly regarded trio, the a-side is a tight, wailing vocal group harmony display with Leroy Stibbles again impressing with hid beckoning vocal style, cradled by perfectly timed harmony choruses. THe "LOne Ranger" theme tune added into the production for extra effect, works so well on the nostalgic senses of your childhood.

flip it over and your treated to something even better, when the king of the Jamaican instrumental, Tommy McCook and his Supersonics Band pickup on far eastern rhythms, serving up a magnificent displays of horn unity; as the saxophone, trumpets create a storm of dance pulses. Some tine this is.. no wonder it is so massively in-demand.

Two top tunes on one elusive disc, in dream condition. so very challenging to acquire a copy at this level of perfectness.

Condition Report

Two clean labels (se images) 4 prong centre intact. Vinyl is in RARE condition, full gloss throughout just vey faint signs of sleeve storage hairlines when angled in the light. A blinding copy!

Two clean labels (se images) 4 prong centre intact. Vinyl is in RARE condition, full gloss throughout just vey faint signs of sleeve storage hairlines when angled in the light. A blinding copy!

Indian Summer - Indain Summer / 1971 UK original - RCA Neon NE 3

Indian Summer

Indain Summer / 1971 UK original

RCA Neon : NE 3 (LP)

authentic 1971 UK press, in fine clean condition.

Very clean unscathed gatefold cover, revealing only very mild signs of filing. mild corner tip run, NO ring wear, or scuffing of the delicate cover.

vinyl housed in original black poly-lined inner sleeve.

Two perfectly clean mint labels.

vinyl is utterly stunning, as good as it possible could be. visually mint.

you could not ever hope to acquire a cleaner copy of this highly regarded prog rock album from these 4 guys from Coventry. Suprising their only LP release as it's so damn good.

Condition to die for!

Condition Report

First noting the cover that is invariably suffers from storage ring wear,

First noting the cover that is invariably suffers from storage ring wear,

Winston Wright / Sensations - Moonlight Groover / Everyday Is Just A Holiday - Trojan TR 7701

Winston Wright / Sensations

Moonlight Groover / Everyday Is Just A Holiday

Trojan : TR 7701 (45s)

An elusive 1969 UK in fabulous condition.

Both sides are Duke Reid productions. In the wake of Jamaican instrumentals huge success with British MODS ie Particularly Winston Riley's "Double Barrell" & "Liquidator" etc. THe UK Trojan label, in their wisdom chose to lead this release with a whirling keyboard instrumental. Whilst an effective tune, surely the stronger side was hidden away on the flip; a glorious vocal-group groove by The Sensations.

A haunting, uptempo dance groove utilizing that whistling Hammond, adding hard blown horns in the background. Fronted by fluid harmony vocals constantly sending out the message "Everyday Is Just A Holiday". A tight male grouping who went on to much better things. The Sensations essentially a "Riley" team including Jimmy Riley, plus his brother Buster Riley, Bobby Davis, and Cornell Campbell.

A record offering up two good sides and one of Trojan's more elusive 1969 releases.

Condition Report

Two clean labels, 4 prong die-cut centre fully intact. Note the vinyl would be Mint minus with full gloss, but a small scuff not affecting play spoils the visual Mint minus vista, same with the flipside vinyl. there is a tiny scuff surrounded by perfectness. check out the double soundfile lifted directly off this disc. plays loud, crisp clean ad true.

Two clean labels, 4 prong die-cut centre fully intact. Note the vinyl would be Mint minus with full gloss, but a small scuff not affecting play spoils the visual Mint minus vista, same with the flipside vinyl. there is a tiny scuff surrounded by perfectness. check out the double soundfile lifted directly off this disc. plays loud, crisp clean ad true.

Techniques All Stars - Elfrego Bacca / Iron Joe - Big Shot BI 545

Techniques All Stars

Elfrego Bacca / Iron Joe

Big Shot : BI 545 (45s)

Jamaica's love affair with gun-slinging heroes continues with this tribute to the fable Elfrego Bacca a young man who took on the Wild West an won. Swearing himself in as a 19 year deputy sheriff, and taking on the lawless cowboys cleaning up American towns in his wake. Becoming a Sherrif, Marshall and a lawyer along the way. In the early 60's Walt Disney produced a TV series and a movie about his exploits.

In 1970 the prolific Winston Riley wrote and produced his own tribute with this novelty recording, one of "Big Shots" rarest 45's. presented here in flawless condition.

No lyrics just a series of wow-wow-wow, then some inventive "Caribbean" yodelling. A mash up of vocal nonsense with a single word being sung. Unique in it's creation .. utterly "marmite" Reggae but vey elusive.
Flip it over for the much more acceptable instrumental version, complete with occasional booming chants punctuating the rhythms.

value lays in the rarity and seldom seen perfect condition



Condition Report

two perfect labels, previously unplayed vinyl, all housed in it's wavy-top sleeve

two perfect labels, previously unplayed vinyl, all housed in it's wavy-top sleeve

Robby Gold and the Royals - I'll Make You Love Me / Got You Again - His Masters Voice EA 4654 DJ

Robby Gold and the Royals

I'll Mke You Love Me / Got You Again

His Masters Voice: EA 4654 DJ (45s)

VERY RARE 1964 Australian vocal group trio drawing heavily from The Beatles 1964 style.

Both sides are near clones of the Liverpool sound, but peppered with accomplished guitar punctuations, with silky harmony backing answering Bobby Gold's rich voice.

The top side "I'll Make You Love Me " is so very Beatle-esque, a classy flowing mid-tempo showcasing slick harmony vocals and precise guitar breaks. With the flipside being an even more accomplished session, it amazes us how very little information there is about obviously gifted gathering. With three releases for Australian HMV.

Listen and prepare to be impressed by the writings of David Cosgrove and Brian Maxwell, so carefully delivered by this young near undocumented trio.

So rare and such an exemplary example of early 60's Australian beat music.

Do not pass by you are unlikely to see a copy again..

Condition Report

Ex-Radio Station promo copy, with station notes in yellow wax pen, date etc. and a red SAMPLE NOT FOR SALE sticker.on the a-side. Vinyl is very clean, nudging a mint minus grading, just a couple of fine surface hairlines. NOTE te yellow niring we can removed if requested but we we feel it adds to the history and authenticity of the rare 45.

Ex-Radio Station promo copy, with station notes in yellow wax pen, date etc. and a red SAMPLE NOT FOR SALE sticker.on the a-side. Vinyl is very clean, nudging a mint minus grading, just a couple of fine surface hairlines. NOTE te yellow niring we can removed if requested but we we feel it adds to the history and authenticity of the rare 45.

 Niney c/w Rupie Edwards Allstars - You Must Believe Me / Funk The Funk - Supreme SUP 214

Niney c/w Rupie Edwards Allstars

You Must Believe Me / Funk The Funk

Supreme : SUP 214 (45s)

A rare, rare FLAWLESS copy.

1971 UK press with "like new" labels, 4 prong centre intact and vinyl that was most probably unplayed before this listing.

George Boswell aka "Niney" has been a big player in Jamaican music since 1970 this 1971 UK press Niney deconstructs the Curtis Mayfield Chicago classic so beautifully recorded by The Imprerssions.

Niney's inspiration from Curtis's pen, is so completely rebuilt it carries both familiar throwback to the 60s, whilst showcasing some fabulous new pre-roots ideas. It all works so brilliantly. Addictive reggae with inspiring additives.

Flip it over and Rupie Edwards serves up the instrumental back track.

Two great sides, and such an impossible 45 to find in this so nearly PERFECT disc.

Condition Report

Flawless, you will not find a finer copy!

Flawless, you will not find a finer copy!

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