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Try listening to these records without dancing, singing along or having a tear come to your eyes. These old 45 RPM records are not in pristine condition, but I have listened to all of them and they have a very good listening quality. Just send me a message of which ten you wish to purchase. I will be adding others from my late husband's collection and relisting after each sale. I have not tried to clean any of these and some have scuff marks, but they still play well with no skipping or pauses. If you want to purchase more then ten send me a note and I will adjust the listing to reflect cost and postage.

I'm not an expert on records, but as I said they all sounded very good to me and I did dance and sing and shed an occasional tear while listening to them. And, at $1.00 a record I don't think you can go wrong. They are worth more then that, but I need the space.

Shipping is via media mail and includes the price of a record mailer.

Current records available:

The Dupreees: "You Belong To Me" and "Take Me As I Am" 1973, ABC Records
The 5th Dimension: "Puppet Man" and A Love Like Ours" Bell Records
The Flamingos: "I Only Have Eyes For You" and "At The Prom" 1973 ABC Records
The 4 Seasons: "Walk Like A Man" and "Girl Come Running" Philip's Album
The Crew Cuts: "Earth Angel" and "SH-Boom" Mercury, 1958
The Beach Boys: "Surfin USA" and "Shut Down" Capitol Records
The Beach Boys: "409" and "Surfin Safari" Capitol Records
Letterman: " Isn't It A Shame" and " Touch Me in The Morning with "The Way We Were"
The Kingston Trio: "M. T. A." and "Tom Dooley" Capitol Records
The Carpenters: "Please Mr. Postman" and "The Masquerade" AM Records
The Four Lads: "Put A Light In The Window" and "The Things We Did Last Summer"
The Righteous Brothers: "Dr. Rock and Roll" and "Dream On" Captiol Records
Billy"Crash" Craddock: "Knock Three Times" and "The Best I Ever Had"
Blood Sweat & Tears: "Lucretia Mas Evil" and " Lucretia's Reprise" Columbia Records
Jerry Lee Lewis: " Chantilly Lace" and "Think About It Darlin" Mercury
Dawn and Tony Orlando: "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree" and "I Can't Believe
How Much I Love You" Bell Records
Chuck Berry: " Johnny B. Goode" and "My Ding-A-Ling" 1972 Chess
Shaun Cassidy: "I Wanna Be With You" and "That's Rock and Roll" Warner Bros 1977
Sonny James: "Running Bear" and "Only The Lonely" Capitol
Elvis Presley: "Burning Love" and ""It's A Matter of Time" With this you get another record by
Elvis free "All Shook Up" and "That's When Your Heartaches Begin" This
side of record has some static, but All Shook Up plays good.
The Rolling Stones: "Sweet Black Angel" and "Tumbling Dice" 1972
Lavern Baker: "See See Rider" and "Jim Dandy" Atlantic
The Big Bopper: "Chantilly Lace" and "Big Bopper's Wedding" Mercury
Pink Floyd: "Money" and "Any Colour You Like" Harvest 1973
Diana Ross: "Touch Me In The Morning" and "I Won't Last A Day Without You" Motown
Bette Midler: "Boogie Woodie Bugle Boy" and "Delta Dawn" Atlantic
Roberta Flack: "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" and "Trade Winds" Atlantic

Vintage 45 RPM Records, 1950s to 1970s. Ten of Your Choice for Ten Dollars. See list below.


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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: vinyl
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