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Original Stack O' Lee Blues / Mama You Don't Know How

Long 'Cleve' Reed & Harvey Hull--Down Home Boys

Original Stack O' Lee Blues / Mama You Don't Know How (1927) [Single]

There is only one known copy of this 1927 blues 78. 

Value: $30,000 - $60,000
 

Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) / Sweeter as the Days Go By

Frank Wilson

Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) / Sweeter as the Days Go By (1965) [Single]

There are only two known copies of this Northern soul single. 

NM Value: $20,000 - $35,000
 

The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan [withdrawn version]

Bob Dylan

The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan [withdrawn version] (1963)

Incredibly rare version of the US version (stereo) which features four songs left off all subsequent releases ("Rocks and Gravel," "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "Gamblin' Willie's Dead Man's Hand," and "Talkin' John Birch Blues"). 

NM Value: $20,000 - $30,000
 

Alcohol and Jake Blues / Ridin' Horse

Tommy Johnson

Alcohol and Jake Blues / Ridin' Horse (1930) [Single]

There are only three known copies of this blues 78. 

VG+ Value: $30,000
 

Ask Me Why / Anna

The Beatles

Ask Me Why / Anna (1964) [Single]

There are rumored to be only six to ten known copies of this promotional item. 

NM Value: $25,000
 

Love Me Do / P.S. I Love You

The Beatles

Love Me Do / P.S. I Love You (1962) [Single]

The UK promo copy of The Beatles' first single. Paul McCartney is credited as "McArtney." Limited to 250 copies. 

NM Value: $15,000 - $20,000
 

Please Please Me

The Beatles

Please Please Me (1963)

The first stereo pressing of Please Please Me on Parlophone with the gold and black "STEREO" on the label and "Dick James Mus. Co." credits is highly sought after. 

NM value: $15,000 - $20,000
 

Stormy Weather / Sleepy Cowboy

Five Sharps

Stormy Weather / Sleepy Cowboy (1952) [Single]

Only three known copies of this doo-wop number. 

NM Value: $10,000 - $20,000
 

Lonesome Baby / I Can't Believe

The Hornets

Lonesome Baby / I Can't Believe (1953) [Single]

Rare doo-wop 45 on red vinyl. 

NM Value: $10,000 - $20,000
 

Musique pour supermarché

Jean Michel Jarre

Musique pour supermarché (1983)

Only one copy of this was pressed. It was subsequently played on French radio, then the master tapes were destroyed. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $20,000
 
God Save the Queen / No Feeling

Sex Pistols

God Save the Queen / No Feeling (1977) [Single]

Cancelled single for A&M Records. Only 10 to 15 copies exist. 

NM Value: $12,000 - $20,000
 
Street Fighting Man / No Expectations

The Rolling Stones

Street Fighting Man / No Expectations (1968) [Single]

The U.S. picture sleeve for this great RS single was pulled after the label deemed it too controversial on the heels of the 1968 Democratic convention. Apparently 10 to 20 copies exist. 

NM Value $7,500 - $17,500
 
Hear The Beatles Tell All

The Beatles

Hear The Beatles Tell All (1964)

The promotional copy for this Beatles interview LP, with a white label and blue print, is extremely rare. It is estimated that 10 copies or less still exist. 

NM Value: $10,000 - $15,000
 
"Yesterday"...and Today

The Beatles

"Yesterday"...and Today (1966)

The stereo version of the "Butcher Cover," as it is known, is far more difficult to find than other variants of this highly sought-after record. 

NM Value: $7,000 - $15,000
 
Gang of Brown Skin Women / Don't You Leave Me Here

Long "Cleve" Reed & Little Harvey Hull (The Down Home Boys)

Gang of Brown Skin Women / Don't You Leave Me Here (1927) [Single]

Another Reed and Hull 78 on the Black Patti label of which only one known copy is said to still exist. 

NM Value: $10,000 - $15,000
 
My Bonnie / The Saints

Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers

My Bonnie / The Saints (1962) [Single]

The variation of Decca US 31382 with the black label and rainbow colored bars credited to "Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers" is exceedingly hard to find and is notable for being the first major label release with The Beatles on it. 

NM Value: $15,000 

The issue pictured above is not nearly as hard to find, but still highly collectible. 

NM Value: $2,500
 
Would You Believe

Billy Nicholls

Would You Believe (1968)

Apparently only 100 copies were made of the initial pressing of this psych-rock record. Features studio musicians from the Small Faces and John Paul Jones. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $13,500
 
Introducing... The Beatles

The Beatles

Introducing... The Beatles (1964)

Famous state-side release of Beatles music before Beatlemania (and before Capitol Records got their mitts on them). There are several valuable variations, the most valuable of which are "stereophonic" versions with "Love Me Do" and "P.S. I Love You" (known as "Version 1" on the track listing instead of "Please Please Me" and "Ask Me Why." BUYER'S BEWARE!!! This is one of the most heavily bootlegged vinyl records in existence. If you think you have one, check with an expert to make sure you have the real deal and not a fake. Chances are you have a fake, though :( 

1) Version 1 in stereo with columnated back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo 
NM Value: $6,000 - $12,500 
2) Version 1 in stereo with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo 
NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 
3) Version 1 in stereo with blank back cover; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo 
NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 
4) Version 1 in mono with ad on back cover for other Vee Jay titles; black rainbow label with oval around Vee Jay logo 
NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 
5) Version 2 in mono with columnated back cover; black label with brackets showing tracks from Version 1 
NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000
 
The Beatles & Frank Ifield on Stage

The Beatles / Frank Ifield

The Beatles & Frank Ifield on Stage (1964)

Stereo variations of the cover (with "Stereo" appearing above "Englands' Greatest Recording Stars") are exceedingly rare, are several early Beatles records released in the U.S. on the Vee Jay label. 

NM Value: $12,500
 
The Beatles [White Album]

The Beatles

The Beatles [White Album] (1968)

This UK export edition of The White Album with the yellow and black Parlophone labels is another highly sought after Beatles record. This one is especially challenging because of its laminated top-loading cover and inserts (a poster and four portraits). There are versions pressed by Decca Records as well (with a ridged surface around the label). 

NM Value: $2,000 - $12,000
 
Me and the Devil Blues / Little Queen of Spades

Robert Johnson

Me and the Devil Blues / Little Queen of Spades (1938) [Single]

One of many much sought-after Robert Johnson 78s. 

NM Value: $6,000 - $12,000
 
Stonewall

Stonewall

Stonewall (1976)

This tax scam release on the Tiger Lily label (run by Morris Levy of Roulette Records) is the holy grail of "tax scam" records. Only five are currently known to exist. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $12,000
 
That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky

Elvis Presley

That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky (1954) [Single]

Elvis Presley's first commercially produced single, released on Sun Records on a 45 RPM 7". 

NM Value: $7,500 - $11,000
 
Horror Business

The Misfits

Horror Business (1979) [EP]

First pressing on black vinyl was limited to 25 copies. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $10,000
 
 

Junior McCants

Try Me for Your New Love / She Wrote It - I Read It (1967) [Single]

Northern soul record that was withdraw because the artist died not long after the session. A few promotional copies slipped out to radio stations. A Billy Ward 45 using the same ID number was released in its place. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000
 
Apache / Inca

Satya Sai Maitreya Kali

Apache / Inca (1972) [Compilation]

Only three copies of this private press two-LP compilation are known to exist. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000
 
The Caine Mutiny

Max Steiner

The Caine Mutiny (1954)

Extremely rare soundtrack album that was not authorized for release after complaints from the movie company. Supposedly less than 10 still exist. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000
 
Walk On In / I Won't Be Coming Back

J.D. Bryant

Walk On In / I Won't Be Coming Back (1966) [Single]

The rarest of the soul 45s released on the DC-based Shrine Records label. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $9,000
 
Peaches Baby / My Only Love

The Counts

Peaches Baby / My Only Love (1967) [Single]

Possibly the rarest Shine Records release, with only few copies said to exist. 

Value: $9,000
 
All I Want Is You

U2

All I Want Is You (1989) [Single]

There are only three to five known copies of this Australian misprint on green vinyl. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $10,000
 
Lafayette Blues / Sugar Never Tasted So Good

The White Stripes

Lafayette Blues / Sugar Never Tasted So Good (1998) [Single]

There is an issue of The White Stripes' first record limited to 15 numbered copies which were sold at an early White Stripes show in 1998. They feature hand-painted covers by Italy Records founder Dave Buick and were pressed on white vinyl. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $10,000 

An edition of 40 on pink vinyl was also issued. They come with several inserts, including a French Franc note. 

NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000
 
Pride (In the Name of Love)

U2

Pride (In the Name of Love) (1984) [Single]

Only five copies of Australian 12" were pressed on clear vinyl. 

NM Value: $4,000 - $9,000
 
I'm Gone / Crying Clown

Eddie Parker

I'm Gone / Crying Clown (1966) [Single]

Extremely rare and highly sought after Northern Soul 45. 

NM Value: $4,000 - $8,000
 
I Want to Hold Your Hand / I Saw Her Standing There

The Beatles

I Want to Hold Your Hand / I Saw Her Standing There (1964) [Single]

Promotional picture sleeve with "WMCA Good Guys" printed on B-side of cover. According to Cox and Daniels' Price Guide for The Beatles American Records, less than a 1,000 copies were printed and few exist. 

NM Value: $7,500
 
From Me to You

The Beatles

From Me to You (1964) [EP]

Known as the "sandwich" EP, this french Beatles EP, with the Fabs dressed as cops and brandishing sandwiches, was withdrawn quickly after release. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Diamond Dogs

Bowie

Diamond Dogs (1974)

RCA decided to pull this version of the cover, in which Bowie is displayed with "dog genitals" on the reverse side of the gatefold. Only a handful of these got out. Most copies feature the offending "jewels" airbrushed out or darkened. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $7,500
 
She's Wanted (In Three States) / If I Knew

Larry Clinton

She's Wanted (In Three States) / If I Knew (1967) [Single]

Stock copies of this Northern soul obscurity are quite scare. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Complex

Complex

Complex (1970)

UK psych-prog album limited to 99 copies. Very hard to find in great shape because of the hand-made nature of the cover. 

NM Value: $1,500 - $7,500
 
Round the Edges

Dark

Round the Edges (1972)

Prog rock album from the early 1970s limited to only 50 copies. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Job Opening Pt. 1

The Del-Larks

Job Opening Pt. 1 (1964) [Single]

The standard issue of this Del-Larks single (with "Bell Sound" stamped in wax) is another example of a very hard to find Northern soul 45. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Music for the Masses

Depeche Mode

Music for the Masses (1987)

Withdrawn cover for Music for the Masses. Somewhere between 5 and 15 copies made it into circulation. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
A Fleeting Glance

A Fleeting Glance

A Fleeting Glance (1970)

Supposedly less than five copies of this private press prog rock album from 1970 exist. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $7,500
 
Cheatin Kind / What Now My Love

Don Gardner

Cheatin Kind / What Now My Love (1969) [Single]

Extremely rare Northern soul 45". 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Frankie / Nobody's Dirty Business

Mississippi John Hurt

Frankie / Nobody's Dirty Business (1928) [Single]

Mississippi John Hurt's first 78 RPM record of the Okeh label is especially difficult to find in excellent shape. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $7,500 

Most of Hurt's singles for the Okeh label are similarly price in higher grades, especially the following items: 

Blessed Be the Name / Praying on the Old Camp Ground - NM Value: $1,500 - $3,000 
Avalon Blues / Ain't No Tellin' - NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
I Believe I'll Dust My Broom / Dead Shrimp Blues

Robert Johnson

I Believe I'll Dust My Broom / Dead Shrimp Blues (1937) [Single]

Early Robert Johnson 78. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Come On in My Kitchen / They're Red Hot

Robert Johnson

Come On in My Kitchen / They're Red Hot (1937) [Single]

Another sought-after Robert Johnson 78. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Hell Hound on My Trail / From Four Until Late

Robert Johnson

Hell Hound on My Trail / From Four Until Late (1937) [Single]

Another highly collectible Robert Johnson 78, this one featuring one of his most famous songs. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Malted Milk / Milkcow's Calf Blues

Robert Johnson

Malted Milk / Milkcow's Calf Blues (1937) [Single]

Yet another scarce and highly sought-after Robert Johnson 78. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope (1969)

Incredibly rare psych album released on a Mexican record label. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Growers of Mushroom

Leaf Hound

Growers of Mushroom (1971)

Rare prog rock album. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $7,500
 
Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin (1969)

Rare variant with LED ZEPPELIN in turquoise letters on the upper-left front cover. 

NM Value: $5,000 - $7,500
 
Just Say You're Wanted (And Needed) / Still True to You

Gwen Owens

Just Say You're Wanted (And Needed) / Still True to You (1967) [Single]

A few dozen copies are likely to exist of this Northern soul 45 (the 2011 reissue is pictured). 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500 

White label promo: 
NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
That'll Be the Day / In Spite of All the Danger

The Quarrymen

That'll Be the Day / In Spite of All the Danger (1981) [Single]

This is a replica made under the direction of Paul McCartney of the very first Beatles-related recording. Only one copy of the original acetate exists of this demo made by The Quarrymen, a group that included a young George Harrison, John Lennon, and Paul McCartney. McCartney had 50 copies made for friends and family. It is often speculated that the original acetate is the most valuable record in existence. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $7,500
 
Out of the Bachs

The Bachs

Out of the Bachs (1968)

Private press garage rock album from 1968. Probably 100 copies or so were made. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $6,000
 
Yellow Submarine

The Beatles

Yellow Submarine (1969)

Rare export edition on the Odeon label. Apparently only 300 copies were made. 

NM Value: $4,000 - $6,000
 
I Need You Near / Some People

John English III

I Need You Near / Some People (1965) [Single]

Incredibly rare early garage rock 45 from 1965. 

NM Value: $3,000 - $6,000
 
Wolf Call Boogie / Harmonica Jam

Hot Shot Love

Wolf Call Boogie / Harmonica Jam (1954) [Single]

A 7" 45 rpm version of this rare Sun Records single is high sought after. 

NM Value: $3,000 - $6,000
 
Lady in Green / Heart You're Made of Stone

Magnetics

Lady in Green / Heart You're Made of Stone (1965) [Single]

Obscure small press Northern soul 45. 

NM Value: $3,000 - $6,000
 
Hank Mobley

Hank Mobley

Hank Mobley (1958)

A holy grail for collectors of records produced by the Blue Note label. This is an original mono pressing with the text "47 West -63rd New York 23" appearing on Side Two. 

NM Value: $3,500 - $6,000
 
A Special Radio Promotion Album in Limited Editon

The Rolling Stones

A Special Radio Promotion Album in Limited Editon (1969) [Compilation]

Apparently 200 copies of this promotional item exist. 

NM Value: $3,000 - $6,000
 
Waltzes by Johann Strauss Jr.

Johann Strauss

Waltzes by Johann Strauss Jr. (1956) [EP]

Early cover art by Andy Warhol. 

NM Value: $4,000 - $6,000
 
Put It There

Paul McCartney

Put It There

Only six copies of this promo exist. The rest were destroyed. Capitol ultimately released this as a "cassingle." 

NM Value: $1,750 - $5,500
 
My Brother Sings

Chet Atkins

My Brother Sings (1958)

One of the rarest country albums ever produced. Reportedly pulled at the last moment by RCA, few copies exist. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
------ / ------ / ------ / XXXXXX / ------ / ------

Boards of Canada

------ / ------ / ------ / XXXXXX / ------ / ------ (2013) [Single]

Only two copies known to exist of this 40 second long promo disc. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
Time / The Prettiest Star

David Bowie

Time / The Prettiest Star (1973) [Single]

The value here is for the extremely rare picture sleeve for the US edition of this Bowie 45. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $5,000
 
King of Fuh / Nobody Knows

Brute Force

King of Fuh / Nobody Knows (1969) [Single]

Novelty record put out by The Beatles' Apple Records label that was never officially released because it contained an obscenity. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
Three Parts to My Soul

Dr. Z

Three Parts to My Soul (1971)

Rumor has it that this prog-rock release was limited to less than 100 copies. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
Mouth a Massey / Ska Beat

Alton Ellis

Mouth a Massey / Ska Beat (1965) [Single]

Rare early ska record. Comes in black and red vinyl variations. 

NM Value: $1,000 - $2,000 (black vinyl) 
NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000 (red vinyl)
 
The Love Cycle

Forever Amber

The Love Cycle (1969)

Only 99 copies of this UK psychedelic album were pressed. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
Love Comes to Everyone / Soft Touch

George Harrison

Love Comes to Everyone / Soft Touch (1979) [Single]

Extremely rare picture sleeve that was withdrawn shortly after being circulated. 

NM Value: $5,000
 
I've Been Loving You

Elton John

I've Been Loving You (1968) [EP]

Early Elton John EP only released in Portugal. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $5,000
 
Classic Records Road Case

Led Zeppelin

Classic Records Road Case (2006) [Compilation]

48 vinyl LP set of Led Zeppelin's complete discography, all at 45 rpm, in sturdy "road case." 

NM Value: $3,000 - $5,000
 
Mammut

Mammut

Mammut (1971)

Private press Krautrock album from 1971. 

NM Value: $1,500 - $5,000
 
Legacy of Brutality

Misfits

Legacy of Brutality (1985) [Compilation]

A pink vinyl edition exists. Only 16 copies were made. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $5,000
 
Xanadu

Olivia Newton-John

Xanadu (1980) [Single]

Only 20 to 30 copies of this rare promotional 10" picture disc promoting the single "Xanadu" are said to exist. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
Speedway

Elvis Presley

Speedway (1968)

Mono copies of this late-era Elvis Presley soundtrack album (LPM 3989) were released in very limited copies. Around 300 were said to have been pressed. Top-value copies include a red sticker on the shrink-wrap and a full color photo of Elvis Presley. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
You're Too Good / What Happened to Yesterday

Al Scott

You're Too Good / What Happened to Yesterday [Single]

Rare variant of Northern soul recording typically credited to "Mr. Soul" rather than Al Scott. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
Makin' Love / You Mean Everything

The Sloths

Makin' Love / You Mean Everything (1966) [Single]

Early garage rock 45 by teen group. Extremely rare picture sleeve really boasts the value of this already hard-to-find single. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $5,000
 
Point Blank / Ramrod

Bruce Springsteen

Point Blank / Ramrod (1981) [Single]

Only six to ten copies of this Dutch single are known to exist. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
I Really Love You / You've Been Gone So Long

The Tomangoes

I Really Love You / You've Been Gone So Long (1966) [Single]

Hard to find Northern soul 45. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $5,000
 
Ultra Violet

Ultra Violet

Ultra Violet (1973)

One of several collectible, scarce album covers designed by Andy Warhol. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $5,000
 
Science Friction / She's So Square

XTC

Science Friction / She's So Square (1977) [Single]

Supposedly less than 50 copies of this 7" exist with picture sleeve. It was withdrawn after the group decided to release it as a 12". 

NM Value: $2,000 - $5,000
 
Something / Come Together

The Beatles

Something / Come Together (1969) [Single]

Incredibly scarce promotional copy ("DEMONSTRATION RECORD") for "Something" / "Come Together" on the Parlophone label. Examples with the center hole still intact are especially sought after. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $4,500
 
Rebel Rebel / Lady Grinning Soul

Bowie

Rebel Rebel / Lady Grinning Soul (1974) [Single]

Very rare Mexican pressing of "Rebel Rebel" single with Diamond Dogs artwork on cover. 

NM Value: $1,500 - $4,500
 
Monster Movie

The Can

Monster Movie (1969)

Original private press issue of [The] Can's debut album Monster Movie. Only 500 copies were pressed. 

NM Value: $3,000 - $4,500
 
Jutta Hipp With Zoot Sims

Jutta Hipp

Jutta Hipp With Zoot Sims (1957)

Sought after Blue Note record with Lexington Ave. address on back cover. 

NM Value: $1,500 - $4,500
 
Chung King Can Suck It

Judge

Chung King Can Suck It (1989)

Only 110 copies were pressed of this album of rough takes by the New York hardcore punk band Judge. All were pressed on white vinyl. 

NM Value: $1,500 - $4,500
 
Presenting...

Jackie McLean

Presenting... (1956)

Rare first album by Jackie McLean on the Ad-Lib label. 

NM Value: $3,000 - $4,500
 
Sex Drive

Necros

Sex Drive (1981) [EP]

Punk single was the first issued by Touch N' Go Records. Limited to 100 copies. 

NM Value: $2,500 - $4,500
 
The Atrocity / Good Procedures

Opus

The Atrocity / Good Procedures (1979) [Single]

Ultra-rare early LA punk 7". Apparently around a dozen copies still exist in a rarer yellow sleeve stock version and a white cover stock variant. 

NM Value: $4,500
 
Hard Loving Woman / I'm Losing Again

Ray Agee

Hard Loving Woman / I'm Losing Again (1969) [Single]

Rare Northern soul/blues 7" from 1967. 

NM Value: $3,000 - $4,000
 
Folkal Point

Folkal Point

Folkal Point (1971)

Rare UK folk album on the Midas label. About 250 copies exist after half were damaged in a flood. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
Abbey Road

The Beatles

Abbey Road (1969)

A rare UK export edition of Abbey Road exists with a yellow and black Parlophone Records label and the catalog number PPCS 7088. Some have a gold sticker on the back cover. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
I'll Never Let You Get Away / Poor Little Fool

Bill Dennis

I'll Never Let You Get Away / Poor Little Fool (1966) [Single]

Rare soul 45 from the Shrine Records label. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
Grannie

Grannie

Grannie (1971)

Less than 100 handmade copies were produced of this album by the UK psych/hard rock band Grannie. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
Lonesome Old Jail / Greyhound Blues

D.A. Hunt

Lonesome Old Jail / Greyhound Blues (1953) [Single]

Rare one-off blues record put out by Sun Records. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
Canned Heat Blues / Big Fat Mama Blues

Tommy Johnson

Canned Heat Blues / Big Fat Mama Blues (1929) [Single]

Tommy Johnson's most (in-)famous single can fetch some big bucks. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
Triple Threat

Roland Kirk

Triple Threat (1956)

Rare King Records pressing of Rahsaan Roland Kirk's first album from 1956. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000
 
Erotica [Album Version] / Erotica [Instrumental] / Erotica [Radio Edit]

Madonna

Erotica [Album Version] / Erotica [Instrumental] / Erotica [Radio Edit] (1992) [Single]

Withdrawn picture disc. Somewhere between 100 and 150 copies were made. 

NM Value: $1,500 - $4,000
 
I'm Com'un Home in the Morn'un / I’m Not Thru Lov’un You

Lou Pride

I'm Com'un Home in the Morn'un / I’m Not Thru Lov’un You (1965) [Single]


Rare first single by the teenaged El Paso singer Lou Pride. 

NM Value: $2,000 - $4,000

 

 

 

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