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media type: vinyl

Collection of 45 RPM (7") records stored indoors undisturbed for about 40 years.

The condition of the records ranges from Very Good (VG) to Excellent (Near Mint) with no scratches, or minor scratches that do not affect play, and NO warping.
Some have drill holes so that they could be used in jukeboxes ("BB holes") and are priced accordingly.
All have a record sleeve and most sleeves are original, and all the record sleeves are worn to varying degrees...

(Listed below in following format: Artist -- "A-Side / B-Side" -- Record Label)

The Tidal Wave -- "Sinbad the Sailor/Searching for Love" -- VERY RARE. Buddah Records. BB Excellent Condition ($10) (1st pic)

Isley Brothers -- "I Hear a Symphony/I Guess I'll Always Love You" -- Tamla 1966 VG+ to Excellent Condition ($10)
The best version of this great song ever recorded!

The Bee Gees -- "The Singer Sang His Song/Jumbo" -- Atlantic/ATCO 1968 BB ($5)

? and the Mysterians -- "Girl (You Captivate Me)/Got To" -- Cameo 1967 BB ($5)
The sons of migrant workers, "Question Mark" and the Mysterians were considered one of the greatest garage bands of all time.

The Royal Guardsmen -- "Airplane Song/OM" - Laurie Records BB ($5)
From the same group that brought you Snoopy vs The Red Baron!

The Grassroots -- "A Melody for You/Hey Friend" -- Dunhill 1968. Excellent Condition ($8)

The Shocking Blue -- "Venus/Hot Sand" -- Colossus ($10)

The Archies -- "Bang-Shang-A-Lang/Truck Driver" -- Calendar w. original cartoon sleeve. Record is in Excellent Condition ($15)

The Archies -- "Sugar Sugar/Melody Hill" -- Calendar - Excellent Condition ($5)

1910 Fruitgum Co./Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus Mini-Album:
-"Yummy, Yummy, Yummy"
-"Simon Says"
-"Pop Goes the Weasel"
-"Mother Goose is on the Loose"
Classic "Bubblegum" album that defined the "genre"...
Buddah Records w. original cartoon sleeve.
Excellent Condition ($10)

Jackie Wilson -- "Since You Showed Me How to be Happy/The Who Who Song" -- Brunswick Rare - Very Good Condition - BB ($15)

The Jaggerz -- "The Rapper/Born Poor" -- Kama Sutra ($5)

Norman Greenbaum -- "Spirit in the Sky/Milk Cow" -- Reprise ($5)

Steppenwolf -- "Monster/Berry Rides Again" -- Dunhill. Excellent Condition ($10)

John Lennon/Yoko Ono -- "Instant Karma/Who has Seen the Wind?" -- Apple (Phil Spector) ($5)

Bay City Rollers -- "Saturday Night/Marlina" -- Arista 1975 ($5)

All sixteen for $50!
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