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FOR SALE: LOT of 1970-80s Rock Vinyls: 21 - 12" 33 rpm LPs and 17 - 7" 45 rpm - see description for artists

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Info: LOT of 1970-80s Rock Vinyls: 21 - 12" 33 rpm LPs and 17 - 7" 45 rpm - see description for artists

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CAD $100.00
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Condition: 3 - Very Good (VG) (?)
Date Posted: Sep 02, 17 4:53pm (PST)
Edited: Sep 20, 17 10:16am
About Seller: helpingtodownsize
Toronto, ON
Canada
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Format:Vinyl
Genre: Rock

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AlbumArtistLabelYearConditionPriceNotes
LOT of 1970-80s Rock Vinyls: 20 - 12” 33 rpm LPs and 16 - 7” 45 rpm Pink Floyd, Supertramp, Bon Jovi, Bread, Genesis, Bob Seeger, Queen, more --- 1975 3 - Very Good (VG) (?) $100.00 ---
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I prefer to sell them all as a LOT, and first chance will be given to someone who wants the LOT. If necessary, I can sell in groups or individually with appropriate price offer. The buyer can of course inspect the records before buying. Sorry, I do not ship because I am just an individual helping older persons to downsize. Local GTA only please, or whoever can visit Toronto.

CONDITION of 12” 33 rpm vinyl LPs: All are originals, except album listed below #17 as described. The vinyls are in very good condition, well maintained, but not mint. Jackets are in very good-excellent condition.

1. Stevie Ray Vaughan, “And Double Trouble, Texas Flood”, 38734, 1983 CBS Records; he was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2000, the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2014 and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015. He died in a helicopter crash August 27, 1990, at the age of 35.
2. Bon Jovi, “Slippery When Wet”, 830 264-1, 1986, Polygram;
3. Genesis, “And Then There Were Three”, KSD 19173, Gatefold, 1978 WEA;
4. Yessongs, 3SA-100, 3 LPs, insert, Gatefold,1973 Atlantic;
5. Pink Floyd, “The Wall”, Gatefold, 1979 Columbia CBS Records 36183;
6. Supertramp, “Even In The Quietest Moments”, A&M SP-4634, 1977;
7. Jon and Vangelis, “The Friends of Mr. Cairo”, Polydor PD-1-6326, 1981;
8. Blood, Sweat & Tears, “3”, Gatefold, Columbia KC30090;
9. Robin Trower, “Victims Of The Fury”, CHR 1215, Chrysalis Records, 1980;
10. Kim Mitchell, “Shakin’ Like A Human Being”, Alert Records BD-1004, 1986;
11. Queen, “A Night At The Opera”, Elektra 7ES-1053, 1975;
12. Squeeze, “ArgyBargy”, A&M Records SP-4802, 1980;
13. Bob Seeger & The Silver Bullet Band, “The Distance”, Capitol EMI ST12854, 1982;
14. Styx, “Paradise”, Gatefold, A&M SP-3719, 1980;
15. Styx, “Cornerstone”, Audiophile, A&M SPJ-3711, 1979;
16. Phil Collins, “Face Value”, Gatefold, Atlantic XSD 16029; 1981;
17. Dr. Hook, “Pleasure & Pain”, SN 16181, A Capitol re-issue, 1978;
18. Bread, “The Best of Bread”, 6E-108 Elektra Records 1973;
19. Men At Work, “Business As Usual”, Columbia CBS Records PCC 90667, 1981;
20. Paper Lace, Bus Stop Records London Eng/USA, SRM-1-1008, 1974;
21. Snoopy For President, The Royal Guardsmen, Laurie Records SLP 2046, circa 1968, cover has Snoopy design with Schulz patent.

CONDITION of 7” vinyl 45 rpm’s: Some have their original envelopes (as detailed), and the others have generic envelopes or no envelope; some have a plastic insert in the center, but most do not. The vinyls are in Good condition.

1. ORIGINAL ENVELOPE: Dionne & Friends, “That’s What Friends Are For” featuring Dionne Warwick, Elton John, Gladys Knight and Stevie Wonder, Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager, Arista AS1-9422, 1985;
2. Commodores, “Nightshift”, Motown M6124, 1985;
3. The King of Cayenne, “The Cayenne Pepper Cocktail Song”, Cayenne Records CR-1878;
4. Bananarama, “Cruel Dub”, London LDS 214, 1983;
5. W. Cochran /Randy Begg, Ampex AC-1325;
6. Joe Walsh, “Theme From Boat Weirdos”, Asylum Records E 45493, 1978;
7. Chuck Brown & the Soul Searchers, “Bustin’ Loose”, Source SOR-40967 (MC-7926), 1978;
8. Jester, “Waiting This Way”, Kollato RK-100, 1981;
9. ORIGINAL ENVELOPE: Tears For Fears, “Shout”, Polygram SOV2351, 1984;
10. ORIGINAL ENVELOPE: From the album THE FIRM, “Radioactive” “Together”, 78 95867 WEA, 1985;
11. Sade, “Spirit” “Smooth Operator”, CBS Portrait, 37 04807, 1984;
12. Don Henley, “Building The Perfect Beast”, Geffen Records 92 90657, 1984;
13. Mercy Mercy, “It Must Be Heaven”, MCA ISL-97019, 1984;
14. Rick James, “Stone City Band, Hi!”, Gordy G7164F, 1979;
15. Georgie Auld And His Orchestra, “No One” “Mr Lucky”, Top Rank TR-2037X;
16. The Matys Bros. (best known for Muskat Ramble, a 1954 hit), “Who Stole The Keeshka”, rockabilly genre, Joy J 719;
17. Duane Eddy, “The Story Of three Loves/The Son Of Rebel Rouser”, RCA Victor 47-8276, 1964, (b. 1938, He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, and the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum in 2008).

Location: Pickup in North York: north of Sheppard Ave. West between Bathurst St. & Dufferin St./Allen Road.



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