Among its , entries are details of releases so arcane they make the Lennon single look like a copy of Do They Know It's Christmas?. Accompanying its release, the magazine is featuring its list of "The Rarest Records Today". To read it is to enter a world at once entirely recognisable yet utterly abstruse, where the Beatles, David Bowie and Queen rule the roost, but only in the bizarrest of out-takes and mutations.
What is clear, however, from the article's opening line, is that even with "gold on the slide, the price for mega-rare vinyl remains unaffected by the recession". Rare means, one, there are not many of those records around, and two, they're records people want to desperately own. It's the cachet, the desirability. We have dealers who we talk to about the prices they're selling records for. We have collectors who give us feedback on what they've been paying.
And there's now an open auction market on trading sites and eBay, so you can see what those records sell for. At once democratic and international, the eBay effect has massively reinvigorated the market. Because these records just don't turn up. Then suddenly there you are sitting in Japan or Germany or Russia and a record appears on eBay that you haven't got, have never seen before and desperately want — you're going to go all-out for it.
While obscurities by the household names of pop have consistently commanded the highest prices, it is pyschedelia and prog rock that are on the up. Reading on a mobile? View here.
Next grade down is excellent plus. After that you're looking at an excellent: a very nice-looking copy, but it's been around a bit. Away from the world of the mint-minus rockabilly single, however, the news for anyone thinking of cashing in their vinyl is less encouraging. But while there is a thrill to be had in making money from vinyl, it is clear that, as Lemmy has it in Ace of Spades , the pleasure is to play. Both Shirley and Solly exude a boyish sense of excitement when they talk about their collections.
I couldn't say any more," says Shirley. I don't have one particular reservation. People who have one reservation have no interest whatever in the stuff that other people collect. But I started off with punk and I've been buying records ever since. New Wave in England; industrial; then into the Residents , then into jazz, then into god knows what.
Flashback . For Our Children . Natural Born Killers. Feeling Minnesota. June Carter Cash and Merle Kilgore cover. Jimmie Rodgers cover. Carmen Lombardo and Danny Di Minno cover. Timeless: Tribute to Hank Williams . Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood . Gods and Generals. Masked and Anonymous. North Country. I'm Not There. The People Speak. Hawaii Five The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams. The Art of McCartney. Universal Love: Wedding Songs Reimagined.
Neil Moret and Richard Whiting cover. Roosevelt", and "The Grand Coulee Dam". Touched by an Angel: The Album. The '60s . Inside Llewlyn Davis. The Midnight Special. Credited as "Bob Landy"; played treble piano on "Downtown Blues" .
The Concert for Bangladesh. Rock of Ages. Songs for the New Depression. Duet with Midler on " Buckets of Rain ". Death of a Ladies' Man. The Last Waltz. Artists United Against Apartheid. Hearts of Fire Soundtrack. Traveling Wilburys Vol. Traveling Wilburys. Across the Borderline. Other Voices, Other Rooms. The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack Elliot . Ramblin' Jack Elliot. Postcards of the Hanging.
The Traveling Wilburys Collection. Writer, vocals and rhythm guitar on two previously unreleased songs and a new documentary see Performer films below. Lyricist on 20 songs from The Basement Tape Sessions of that were never recorded. Four songs, including a previously-unreleased version of " If Not for You ".
Lyrics for "Gone But Not Forgotten" . Nobody's Child: Romanian Angel Appeal. The Other Side of the Mirror film. David A. Featuring Mike Campbell. Milton Lage.
Michael Borofsky. Time Out of Mind. At the 40th Annual Grammy Awards. Wonder Boys Music from the Motion Picture. Original issue was on the DeLuxe label with a DeLuxe cover, a drawing of three harmonicas and blue and red graphics on a white cover. Cover and label are DeLuxe. The album may also have been later released on the King label. This second cover also had the number on the cover, indicating it was issued before April, , when the pricing prefix was dropped.
The original cover was blue with red chairs, with the King "long playing" logo on the front. Later reissued as King with the name changed to Big "J". Stereo issue as King released in Note: At this point, the album price was dropped from the catalog number.
Reissues of the first 33 albums after this point do not have the price code. King - Mink Federal - Their Greatest Hits - Midnighters  Original issue was on the Federal label with Federal cover, and a picture of the group on the cover with a red background.
Federal - Their Greatest Hits - Midnighters  Second issue was on the Federal label with Federal cover, and a picture of the group on the cover with a yellow background.
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