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Shorty For President - Aquarius Pressure / Halfway Tree Pressure - Ackee AC 509

Shorty For President

Aquarius Pressure / Halfway Tree Pressure

Ackee: AC 509 (45s)

1973 British press in fabulous condition.

Soaring horn lift this early “Roots” recording drawing from the past with the instrumentation whilst stepping into the future with the vocal.

A fabulous hybrid of two points in time. Vocally addictive with those trumpet interruption adding another layer to the session.

You will find no play is not enough, I was instantly hooks by those innovative contradictions..

Flip it over for another uplifting brass laden experience, and instrumental that will definitely lift the spirits with it’s skill and invention.

Two great sides

Condition Report

Two totally clean labels, 4 prong die-cut center fully intact. Vinyl reveals on the merest sleeve contact hairlines. Strong Ex+.

Two totally clean labels, 4 prong die-cut center fully intact. Vinyl reveals on the merest sleeve contact hairlines. Strong Ex+.

Derrick & Patsy with Drumbago & His Harmonisers - Let The Good Times Roll / Baby Please Don’t Leave Me - Blue Beat BB 65

Derrick & Patsy with Drumbago & His Harmonisers

Let The Good Times Roll / Baby Please Don’t Leave Me

Blue Beat: BB 65 (45s)

Rare number in this highly collectable series, a nice 1961 press with immaculate vinyl, a rare sight indeed.

A year before Derrick Morgan & Millicent Todd hit big with “ Housewives Choice” Duke Reid decided to cut a Jamaican version of a currrentb could not have chosen a better duo for a revamping of “Let The Good Times Roll” a huge USA hit by Shirley and Lee. As Millicent had a carbon copy voice of Shirley

Condition Report

Two clean labels, 4 prong die-cut center fully intact. Vinyl is an astonishing mint minus.

Two clean labels, 4 prong die-cut center fully intact. Vinyl is an astonishing mint minus.

Bob & Marcia - Always Together / Desperate Lover - Bamboo BAM40

Bob & Marcia

Always Together / Desperate Lover

Bamboo: BAM40 (45s)

Bob Anderson & Marcia Griffiths with a 1970 British press, in spectacular flawless condition.

Condition Report

Two perfect labels, 4 prong center fully intact. Vinyl only reveals the merest surface hairline under direct lightau

Two perfect labels, 4 prong center fully intact. Vinyl only reveals the merest surface hairline under direct lightau

Hammersmith Gorillas - You Really Got Me / Leavin’ ‘Ome - Penny Farthings PEN 849

Hammersmith Gorillas

You Really Got Me / Leavin’ ‘Ome

Penny Farthings : PEN 849 (45s)

This aggressive trio’s first and only 45 credited to the Hammersmith Gorillas, before moving on to indie labels Chiswick & Raw Records as The Gorillas.

What a debut single, 1974 in the midst of Glitter Band, Mud, Sweet & Showaddywaddy. Jesse Hector’s threesome out-rocked them all.Ignoring all commercial incentives to recorded proper British Rock & Roll. No BS, just hard-hitting in your face Rock. Proven with this deconstruction of The Kinks timeless classic, with added angst, power, controlled animosity delivering real-deal proto-Punk Hard-Rock.

Not just on the a-side, they serve us with delinquent attitude driven by thrashing guitars on the flipside also.

A band with a reputation for uncompromising Punk flavored Rock; Rock with no frills, who’s fan base has grown long after they stopped releasing singles in 1981.

One of the finest British Garage bands ever committed to vinyl...

Condition Report

Two flawless labels, vinyl reveals on very fine storage hairline from it’s birth sleeve. Strong Mint - / Mint - / Mint -

Two flawless labels, vinyl reveals on very fine storage hairline from it’s birth sleeve. Strong Mint - / Mint - / Mint -

Cobras - Try / Goodbye - Milky Way 886M 006

Cobras

Try / Goodbye

Milky Way: 886M 006 (45s)

Rare 1966 Illinois Garage in impeccable condition.

Not to be confused with any other group of the same name and there are many. These young guys are from Danville, Illinois and this is their ONLY 45, and what a cool 45 it is too. Both sides giving up two eerie harmonizing wailing, elevated by skilled guitar rhythms.

Meloncoly, mournful and despairing young vocal, is cradled by his teammates in the background; disconsolate despair dripping from every line.
Strong, raw, local Garage written sung by Eric Welsch a name that just disappeared into the ether, for us never to be seen again.

Two top tunes, but I also adore the artistic simplicity and striking colour of this local indie label that carries so many other interest 45’s on it’s catalogue.

Condition Report

Two flawless bright clean labels, vinyl is unblemished. As good as it gets condition. Rare condition indeed!<br /> <br /> You could waste a lifetime trying to find a finer example.

Two flawless bright clean labels, vinyl is unblemished. As good as it gets condition. Rare condition indeed!

You could waste a lifetime trying to find a finer example.

Beatles - Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band / 1967 first press - Parlophone PCS 7027

Beatles

Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band / 1967 first press MONO

Parlophone: PCS 7027 (LPs)

This 1967 British first press offers “Beatles Completeness” in beautiful condition.

Original fully laminated gatefold cover, with first press angle-cut innner opening top seams. (See images) . Gary Rare & Lofthouse gatefold is clean throughout, only revealing very mild cornertip storage rub. No other notable creases, or wear (see images) with the inner of the gatefold be spectacularly brilliant in colour and perfectness. A gatefold that has hardly seen them light of day since birth.

Complete with authentic, original inner sleeve is clean, small split top left hand corner, inserts intact and unblemished.

Both labels are clean, revealing only the merest signs of turntable “spindle trail”

Vinyl is truly beautiful, no marks, no scratches, we are struggling to locate even surface hairlines. This is a played copy, that has been treasured.

Final identifiers are: Machine stamped Deadwax Matrix
a-side reads XEX 637 - 1
At 3 o’clock a vertical MMM with 3 ( ) in the 9 o’clock position

B-side matrix reads XEX 638 - with a. Horizontal MM H in the 3 o’clock position, with the number 9 in the 9 o’clock position



Condition Report

The finest copy we have seen in many years purchased from an old timers rock & roll collection that seemed to have little interest in The Beatles. Condition as is reviewed above.

The finest copy we have seen in many years purchased from an old timers rock & roll collection that seemed to have little interest in The Beatles. Condition as is reviewed above.

Robert Pete Williams - Anglo Prisioner’s Blues / 1960 UK press - Collectors Records JGN 1003

Robert Pete Williams

Anglo Prisioner’s Blues / 1960 UK press

Collectors Records : JGN 1003 (LPs)

Fabulous rare condition 1960 UK press.

Even retains the “impossible” 16 page “Louisiana Folklore Society” booklet for “Angola Prisoner’s Blues” which lists in precise detail the history band who played on each track. The completeness of this listing is staggering.

A descriptive story of the prison, it’s inmates and the Blues music cultures that breaths within. An unmissable read, band that’s before we listen to the music and gaze upon the beauty of the cover whilst marvelling at it’s flawless condition.

Blues academics this is a must-own.

Condition Report

Two perfect labels, vinyl that only reveals the merest hairline under direct light. The fully laminated flip back cover us clean, just very mild storage creasing, inspect images provided.<br /> <br /> The beyond-rare booklet is flawless.

Two perfect labels, vinyl that only reveals the merest hairline under direct light. The fully laminated flip back cover us clean, just very mild storage creasing, inspect images provided.

The beyond-rare booklet is flawless.

Lil Jim Stinney - Pretty Baby / Stay With Me - Dumas DR 1203

Lil Jim Stinney

Pretty Baby / Stay With Me

Dumas: DR 1203 (45s)

Ungooglable RARE!

From the same label that gave the R&B collectors, the likes of super-rarities Ruthie Ray Morris, Willie Que, Rayfiord Brown etc. Comes this even rarer release from 1961 from a previously unknown artist to me.

Step up Lil’ Jim and serve us with a wild Black-Rocker. Whiplashing guitar work drives the pace, prompting Saxophone blows as Jim whacks out the lyrics.

Then an immense guitar breaks elevates the session up another level.

with an unknown Bluesy Deep Soul ballad on the flip, that should stir interest from Japan or Deep Soul academics like Sir Shambling etc.

Condition Report

Town clean labels, miraculous Mint minus vinyl.

Town clean labels, miraculous Mint minus vinyl.

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