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1960s-1970s Sensational Big Hit 45RPM Record Collection of (40) with The Monkees

Lot Number 1504

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Vintage vinyl is hot and here are the platters that matter. Revisit the 1960s-1970s with this sensational collection of (40) 45RPM records featuring an incredible array of all-time favorites. This well-kept assortment looks to be in excellent playing condition with discs housed in either original, plain or mismatched sleeves.

 

(5) The Monkees records top this chart with (2) in photo sleeves: Daydream Believer, Last Train to Clarksville; (2) in plain sleeves: Steppin’ Stone, Tapioca Tundra; (1) in mismatched sleeve: Pleasant Valley Sunday

 

(8) Early classics pave the way to better listening with:

 

Billy Joe Royal: Down in the Boondocks in mismatched sleeve

The Cascades: Rhythm of the Rain in Goldies 45 sleeve

Climax: Precious and Few in mismatched sleeve

(2) The Everly Brothers, both plain sleeves: Bye Bye Love; Wake Up Little Susie

The Kingsmen: Louie Louie in Wand sleeve

The Nashville Teens: I Like It Like That in London sleeve

The Surfaris: Wipe Out in mismatched sleeve

 

(16) Best bands show their top efforts with:

 

Aerosmith: Sweet Emotion in Columbia sleeve

America: A Horse with No Name in Warner sleeve

The Association: Along Comes Mary in mismatched sleeve

The Band: Up on Cripple Creek in Capitol sleeve

Blood, Sweat & Tears: And When I Die in plain sleeve

Boston: More Than A Feeling in Epic sleeve

Deep Purple: Hush in plain sleeve

(2) The Doobie Brothers, both in Warner sleeves: Long Train Runnin’; What A Fool Believes

Four Tops: Baby I Need Your Loving in mismatched sleeve

Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass: Taste of Honey in plain sleeve

Paul Revere and the Raiders: Hungry in Columbia sleeve

Peter, Paul & Mary: Leaving on a Jet Plane in mismatched sleeve

Simon & Garfunkel: The Sounds of Silence in Columbia sleeve

(2) Three Dog Night, both in mismatched sleeves: Joy to the World; One

 

(5) Sensational sirens turn up the heat with:

 

Bobbie Gentry: Ode to Billie Joe in mismatched sleeve

Donna Summer: Hot Stuff in Casablanca sleeve

Mary Hopkin: Those Were the Days in mismatched sleeve

Petula Clark: Downtown in plain sleeve

Vicki Sue Robinson: Turn the Beat Around in RCA sleeve

 

(6) Great guys bring it on home with:

 

B.J. Thomas: Hooked on a Feeling in mismatched sleeve

Bob Seger: The Fire Down Below in mismatched sleeve

Billy Preston: Will It Go Round in Circles in mismatched sleeve

Bill Withers: Ain’t No Sunshinein mismatched sleeve

Neil Diamond: Cherry Cherry in mismatched sleeve

Roger Miller: King of the Road in mismatched sleeve

 

 

 



 
 
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