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I HAVE THESE ALBUMS THAT HOLD RECORDS- LIKE DOZENES IN EACH ALBUM

GUESS I NEED TO POST PIX- BUT LIKE SCKOOL ALBUM 4 PAPER BUT THESE HAVE SLEEVES IN THE ALBUM 4 RECORDS!!.. ANYONE INTERESTED  IL FIG HOW TO POST PIXS!!Continue

Started by theresa redden Oct 13, 2014.

I HAVE THESE ALBUMS THAT HOLD RECORDS- LIKE DOZENES IN EACH ALBUM

GUESS I NEED TO POST PIX- BUT LIKE SCKOOL ALBUM 4 PAPER BUT THESE HAVE SLEEVES IN THE ALBUM 4 RECORDS!!.. ANYONE INTERESTED  IL FIG HOW TO POST PIXS!!Continue

Started by theresa redden Oct 13, 2014.

Looking to sell my old record collection!!!! 7 Replies

email me if interested....I got a boat load of records that are taking up needed space....would like to see them goto someojne who will appreciate!!!johnjbielecki@gmail.comContinue

Started by John Bielecki. Last reply by sherry r smith Aug 22, 2013.

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Comment by susan ann sullivan on March 2, 2012 at 8:27am

I have many of the old vintage 10 inch records.I cannot seem to find out the value on any of them.Could someone maybe tell me where to look?I have Hank Williams Sr,Tommy Dorsey,Son's of the pioneers.

Thank You

Susan

Comment by vintagerecycling on April 14, 2011 at 9:19pm

 

found some cool pocket discs @seattle area estate this weekend!

learned they were sold briefly in the late 1960s in vending machines and counter displays. 

yep, it says Revolution The Beatles :) yay!

i have three discs @ auction now

Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus

MARY HOPKINS  produced by Paul McCartney (She was one of the first musicians to sign to The Beatles' Apple Label )

The Beatles

 

here's some links I found about pocket discs


http://www.friktech.com/btls/tapes/pkd.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PocketDisc
http://yokono.co.uk/collection/beatles/usa/flexi/pocket.html
Comment by John Mallon on February 5, 2011 at 12:44pm

Loved Uriah Heep !

Remember the line from Uriah Heep Live: "I've got chewing gum stuck to me boot ! "

Comment by vicki hufstetler on February 5, 2011 at 9:44am
LOL Tom, Uriah Heep was my very first concert - held at Cobo Hall in Detroit Mi. on a Friday night - never forget - it was Awesome! :)
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on February 5, 2011 at 12:17am

Anybody collect "Dazz Band" from Cincinnatti?  I have a never used DJ copy of their first 33 rpm album. It pre-dates their first album by several weeks.  DB had 2 top 10 songs.  "Let 'er rip" is one of them.  DB has some stuff on U-tube.  Dazz is combination of Dance and Jazz.

I also have around 30-40 albums each contains Top 40 hits from years 1953-198? Some years missing. Pristine, never used.

My fav is Uriah Heep. Have most of their albums. My fav by them is Brandenburg Gate, all 19+ minutes of it. Back in the good ole days I came home for lunch, and then laid down on the couch. I turned on this piece. When it ended, I got up feeling refreshed and ready to back to work. Br.Gate was first written by Beethoven!

Comment by brian cole on January 27, 2011 at 1:19am
wow, i just noticed..a record group.. i mainly collect 78 rpm records but along with those comes the 45 and 33 cause usually when you buy a few at a sale and they see you are interested they will make a "too good to be true" deal on the whole lot of them.  my main vices are records by Carmen Miranda or Mae West .
Comment by gerard look on January 24, 2011 at 7:09pm

Very Nice Page!

Regards,

Jerry

rbtiques

Comment by Meryl L Greene on January 24, 2011 at 12:12pm

I plan on it, Dempsey's CollectAbles.  Vinyl may outsell any other form of recorded music because they last, so long as the user keeps the needle from gouging, keeping away from heat.  8 tracks and cassettes used to get eaten up by the machine---generally no fault of the user.

 

I enjoy listening to the albums before listing them.  Still have sooo many to go, but I keep spinnin' 'em.

Comment by Dempsey's CollectAbles on January 20, 2011 at 9:48am

Osborne's was good to use. But, the entire market has changed so, that you cannot use it as a price guide, only refrence. This is one reason why you don't see many "new" refrence guides on the market these days. Very Few. And I would venture to say, they are not good for a price guide, just refrence.

On another note, vinyl records OUT SELL CDs and any other form of recorded music today. Interesting to know.

Keep the vinyl spinn'in Ya'll

Comment by Aesthetics & Old Lace on January 20, 2011 at 8:37am

Hi all, just joined--thanks for the invite, OutOfTheAttic :o)

Anyway, I was reading through the posts and don't think I saw mention of Osborne's Record Guides. I used the books constantly back in the 70s & 80s when I was actively dealing with records & music memorabilia, and they're the best, I think. Very thorough, lots of 'side info' on artists, labels and records, etc. The guides are kept up to date with individual books for 45s, 78s, LPs, etc., and also different types of music.

Jerry Osborne's website is here:

http://www.jerryosborne.com/rr.htm

 

The site also has a classified section you can post in, here:

http://www.jerryosborne.com/collectibles.htm

 

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