Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Aar Gal, Nov 4, 2020.
Ah The Beatles holding proper Beatles albums .
Peggy Lee at 78 factory.
LP is Hums of the Lovin'Spoonful.
Years after my brother handed down his vinyl collection to his little brother, I took his copy of Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" in stereo, with the wrong version of "From A Buick 6" and the hype stickers seen below, as well as the drawing to one of those great old Goldmine Record Shows and I asked Tim Neely what it was worth and he said around $300 to $500 dollars. I thanked him and walked right over to the Rockaway Records guy and he bought it for $300 (and they sold it a month later for $500). I drove my brothers house and said that I hope hat you don't mind if I sold your "Highway 61" album (that he bought brand new for $2.50) and I told him that I sold it for $300 dollars. I then handed him $150 dollars and he said cool!
Here is a link to one that was similar to my brothers. This copy sold a few years ago (so many, many years after mine) and it sold for over $2,000. This copy was SEALED!
popsike.com - BOB DYLAN Highway 61 Revisited SEALED 360 Stereo W/ Drawing & 2 Hype Stkrs - auction details
That's probably him laughing at one of the PPX 'Jimi Hendrix and Curtis Knight' cash in 45s. The earliest UK ones were on London and that's a London label. Great photo.
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I thought it was, I think I've seen it before. Love it!
The coolest Santa ever!
Couldn't wish for a better present.
I will pass on purchasing Robert Plant's collection.
He's not exactly anal retentive when it comes to taking care of them.
Looks like Frank in the 1940s had more of an idea of how to handle a record than Sir Paul does in the 2000s.
I always wonder what he thought of the Band's second album that they recorded in his pool house.
The greatest DJ holding an LP of the greatest group
Some dreadful record care in these photos!
I can imagine he's still got them all and an amazing collection though. Some nice UK 60s EPs in that lot including Chuck & Bo.
Yeah that was deliberate!
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