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GRADING is Cover/Record and is based on the Goldmine system; most 45s come with only a plain paper sleeve so have only one grade: for the record alone. All grading is done visually using a bare 150 watt light. Occasional play-grading will be noted. Here's a full explanation of my grading and abbreviations .

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B.T. EXPRESS: Express + Express Disco - US (Roadshow 7001) 1974 -- original US pressing; from the Do It Til Your Satisfied LP; unplayed store stockM-$8
BABIES: Hand Of Fate + You Make Me Feel Like Someone - US (Dunhill 4085) 1967 Mono -- original US pressing; label VG with writing on it; record should have mostly VG+ playVG(+)$16
BABS FIVE ROCKS AND A ROLL: Voila Pronounced WAL-LA + No Fools - No Fun - US (Debut BAB-0001/2) 1954 Mono -- Original US pressing; rare jazz be-bop vocalist; record visually VG(+) to VG++ and plays mostly VG+ and some betterVG+$90
BAD HABITS: Bad Wind + Images: The City - US (Paula 370) 1972 -- original US White Label Promo pressing; record EX to M-; tiny edge chip does NOT affect playEX+$25
*SOLD* BAG: I Want You By My Side + Red Purple And Blue - US (Decca 32463) 1969 -- original US blue label Promo Pressing; small writing on label; soul psych rock band; Jimmy Curtiss produced; both songs are from their 'Real' LPVG+*SOLD* $40
BAILEY, MILDRED: Rockin' Chair + There'll Be Some Changes Made - US (Columbia 4-50043) 1954 Mono -- Original US pressing; looks VG/VG+ with mostly just lite scuffs; could play mostly VG+VG(+)$14
BAKER, LAVERN: I Cried A Tear + Dix-A-Billy - US (Atlantic 2007) 1958 Mono -- original US pressing; with Atlantic SleeveVG++$18
BAKER, LAVERN: So High So Low + If You Love Me - US (Atlantic 2033) 1959 Mono -- original US pressing; tiny clear tape on labelVG+$12
BAKER, MICKEY: Third Man Theme + Baia - US (Atlantic 2042) 1959 -- original US White Label Promo pressing; of Mickey & Sylvia; guitar instros; record looks slight VG up to VG+ and dj vinyl should play mostly toward VG+VG(+)$22
BALDRY, JOHN: Don't Try To Lay No Boogie-Woogie On The King Of Rock And Roll + Mr. Rubin - US (Warner 7506) 1971 -- Long John Baldry; original US pressing; produced by Rod Stewart; includes Warner Bros. sleeve; record VG+ to EXEX-$12
BALLACK, ROBERT JOHN: Givin' Up On Givin' You Up DJ m/s - US (Roulette 7133) 1972 -- original US White Label Promo pressing; same song in two versions: mono and stereo; tiny number written on label; funky rock with hornsEX+$14
BALLARD, HANK: Love On Love + Let's Go Skinny Dipping - US (Stang 5061) 1975 -- original US pressingM-$10
BARE, BOBBY: Detroit City + Heart Of Ice - US (RCA 8183) 1963 -- original US pressingEX-$10
BARLOW, DEAN: Glory Of Love + I Need You So - US (TCF 12) 1964 -- original US Promo pressing; record visually G+/VG with many lite scuffs but only a couple deeper scratches -- plays VG- to some VGVG-$9
BARONS: So Long My Darling + Cryin' For You Baby - US (Imperial 5383) 1956 Mono -- original US pressing, red label; record slight VG+ to mostly EXEX-$75
BARRETT, RICHARD - WITH THE CHANTELS: Come Softly To Me + Walking Through Dreamland - US (Gone 5056) 1959 Mono -- original US pressing; RnB with CHANTELS as group backup; record and label in nice shape: very close to EXEX-$20
BARRON KNIGHTS: Buffalo Bill's Last Scratch + Centerfold - UK (Epic A3208) 1983 Stereo -- English pressing; record slight VG+ up to EX+; mostly EXEX$8
BARRY, LEN: Happily Ever After + It's That Time Of The Year - US (Decca 31969) 1966 -- original US pressingVG+$10
BARRY, LEN: Heaven + Earth DJ m/s - US (Paramount PAA-0206) 1973 -- original US Promo pressing; same song in mono and stereo versions; record EX to M-EX+$24
BARRY, LEN: Keem-O-Sabe + This Old World - US (Scepter 12263) 1969 -- original US White Label Promo pressing; recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, John Madara produced; small writing on label; record VG++ to M-EX+$22
BARRY, LEN: Our Love + The Moving Finger Writes - US (RCA 9150) 1967 -- original US pressing; record VG+ to probably some VG++VG+$19
BARRY, LEN: Put Out The Fire + Spread It On Like Butter - US (Scepter 12251) 1969 -- original US White Label Promo pressing; John Madara produced; small writing on label; record VG(+) to VG++VG+$20
BARRY, LEN: You're My Picasso Baby + Christopher Columbus - US (Amy 11037) 1968 -- original US Promo pressing; small writing on label 'Colombus' side; John Madara produced; record visually grades VG+ but could play to VG++VG+$16
BARRYMORE, LIONEL: A Christmas Carol - US (MGM X 16) 1950s Mono -- Original US pressing; double-7-inch EP in gatefold cover; records slight VG+ up to EX+; mostly nice EXVG+/EX$30
BART, TEDDY: Guardian Angel + Sunshine And Rain - US (National 102) -- original US pressing; record visually G/G+; Guardian Angel plays G: noisy; Sunshine plays G+ to VG; slight warp does not affect playG+$8
BARTLEY, CHRIS: Sweetest Thing This Side Of Heaven + Love Me Baby - US (Vando DV-101) 1967 Mono -- original US pressing; small number on label; made the Top 40 on US Singles ChartsEX$10
BARTON, EILEEN: That Old Feeling + The Joke (Is Not On Me) - US (United Artists 206) 1960s Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; record has many lite scuffs: visually G+ (with scratches - some deeper) BUT record plays VG/VG+VG-$18
BASIE, COUNT: How Can You Lose + Five O'Clock In The Morning - US (Roulette 4061) 1958 Mono -- featuring Joe Williams; original US pressing; old store stock: unplayed and almost like newM-$15
BASSEY, SHIRLEY: Clown Town TEST PRESSING - US (Spiral SB 101) 1968 -- original US 7-inch Test Pressing: one-sided white label record; info handwritten on label but Bell Sound stamped in run-off (+ 'sf' -- Sam Feldman); record EX to M-EX+$45
BEACH BOYS: Add Some Music To Your Day + Susie Cincinnati - US (Brother/Reprise 0894) 1970 -- original US pressing; tiny edge chip does not affect play; record slight VG+ to mostly EXEX-$10
BEAUMONT, JIMMY - SKYLINERS: I Could Have Loved You So Well + Where Have They Gone - US (Capitol 3979) 1974 -- original US Promo Label pressing; small number on 'Where' side label; record EX to M-EX+$35
BEE, CELI: For The Love Of My Man + It's Love - US (APA 17012) 1980 Stereo -- original US White Label Promo pressing; both songs written and produced by Pepe SotoM-$10
BEE, CELI - & THE BUZZY BUNCH: One Love DJ + same - US (APA 17002) 1977 Stereo -- original US Promo Label pressing; same song both sides; produced by Pepe Sota; record EX to M-EX+$8
BEE GEES: Sampler 7-inch DJ EP from 'Horizontal' - 4 songs - US (Atco EP-C-4523) 1968 Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; 7-Inch EP with four songs: Birdie Told Me; World; And The Sun Will Shine; Lemons Never Forget; tiny writing on label; plain white sleeve; record VG+ to EXVG+$25
BEEFCAKE: Don't You Know + There You Go Again - US (Deram 85064) 1970 -- original US pressing; record VG+ to EXVG+$12
BELAFONTE, HARRY: Sings "Man Smart" and Other Folk Songs - US (RCA EAP-412) 1957 Mono -- original US 4-song EP; plus "Scarlet Ribbons" and two more; picture cover VG+ to EXVG+/VG+$15
BELL, ARCHIE - AND THE DRELLS: Don't Let The Music Slip Away + Houston Texas - US (Atlantic 2721) 1970 Mono -- original US Promo Label pressing: red & white label; tiny writing on labelM-$18
BELL, ARCHIE - AND THE DRELLS: Don't Let The Music Slip Away + Houston Texas - US (Atlantic 2721) 1970 -- original US pressing; commercial issue -- black & red label; old store stockM-$18
BELL, ARCHIE - AND THE DRELLS: Nothing Comes Easy DJ stereo + mono - US (Philadelphia International 3605) 1976 Mono -- original US white label promo copy; mono & Stereo versions of same songM-$10
BELL, ARCHIE - AND THE DRELLS: Soul City Walk + King Of The Castle - US (TSOP 4774) 1975 Stereo -- original US pressing; songs might be non-LP??; record VG to VG+VG(+)$8
BELL, ARCHIE - AND THE DRELLS: There's Gonna Be A Showdown + Go For What You Know - US (Atlantic 2583) -- original US pressing; label VG+; tiny drillhole in labelEX$12
BELL, WILLIAM: My Whole World Is Falling Down + same - US (Stax 0032) 1969 Mono -- original US White Label promo copy; produced by Booker T.; tiny writing on labelEX$10
BELL NOTES: I've Had It + Be Mine - US (Time 1004) 1958 Mono -- blue label original US pressingVG+$10
BELMONTS: Come On Little Angel + I Need Someone - US (Roulette GG-107) -- US reissue pressing of classic oldie; new old store stock with small sticker on label; part of Golden Goodie Hit SeriesM-$10
BELTONES: I Talk To My Echo + MONOTONES: Book Of Love - US (Roulette GG-105) Mono -- US reissue pressing: the original versions of these two sides; Roulette Golden Goodies series; old store stockEX$10
BELVIN, JESSE: Guess Who + My Girl Is Just Enough Woman For Me - US (RCA 7469) 1959 Mono -- Guess Who made Top 40 on US Singles Charts (1959); very tiny-edge-chip on B-side does Not affect play; original US pressing; record is rough visually with some definite scratches (G/G+) but does play a bit better than it looksG+$8
BENNETT, JOE - SPARKLETONES: Black Slacks + ROYAL TEENS Short Shorts - US (MCA D-2402) -- US reissue pressing of classic oldie; a-side by Bennett; b-side by Royal Teens; record EX/EX+EX$8
BERNARD, CHUCK: Every Hurt Makes You Stronger + Funny Changes - US (Satellite 2008) 1965 Mono -- original US tan label Promo pressing; label has drillhole and small writing (line on a-side and small 'w' on b-side); record looks slight VG to mostly VG+ and plays mostly nice VG+VG(+)$38
BERNARD, CHUCK: Every Hurt Makes You Stronger + Funny Changes - US (Satellite 2008) 1965 Mono -- original US two-tone blue-green label commercial issue; small drillhole in label; record has a small edge chip/crack -- this does NOT affect play: without it record would be M-; Monk Higgins arrangedEX$35
BERRY, CHUCK: School Day + Deep Feeling - US (Chess 1653) 1957 Mono -- Blue/Silver Label original US pressing!; record looks VG: plays VG and some better; tiny sticker on b-side of labelVG$15
BERRY, JOAN: Just Like My Baby + Humpty Dumpty - US (Duel 528) 1964 Mono -- original US white label pressing; record is rough visually with some deep scratches but plays through ok in spite of scratches and slight edgewarp; visually G/G+; 'Just Like' is great northern and plays from G(+) to VG; Humpty plays Fair-to-Good; sold 'as is'; writing-on-label A-sideG+$22
BETHEA, HARMON: There'll Be Some Changes + Over The Hill - US (Musicor 1494) 1974 -- original US pressingVG+$10
BEVAN, ALEX: Linda's Song + Brady Street Hotel - US (Big Tree 126) 1971 -- original US Promo Label pressing; includes Big Tree/Ampex sleeveEX+$8
BIG BROTHER AND THE HOLDING COMPANY: Bye, Bye Baby DJ + same - US (Mainstream 666) 1967 Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; same song on both sidesVG+$11
BIG BROTHER AND THE HOLDING COMPANY: Coo Coo + The Last Time DJ - US (Mainstream 678) 1968 Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; non-LP at time of release; label has small writing on both sides; record VG(+) to VG++VG+$28
BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY: Blindman + All Is Loneliness - US (Mainstream 657) 1967 Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; small 'x' written on b-side label; title on b-side as loneliness misspelled 'Lonliness'; record looks VG/VG+ but promo should play mostly VG+VG(+)$26
BIG MAYBELLE: My Mother's Eyes + Careless Love - US (Rojac 1003) 1960s -- original US pressing: yellow+red Rojac labelEX+$19
BIMBO JET: Love Is What We Need DJ mono & stereo - US (Roulette 7192) 1976 Stereo -- original US Promo Label pressing with Roulette sleeve; same song in mono and stereo versionsM-$10
BIRDSONG, EDWIN: Phiss-Phizz DJ + same - US (P.I.R. 3670) 1979 Stereo -- original US White Label Promo pressing; same song both sides; good disco-funk; record EX to M-EX+$10
BLACK, JAY: Running Scared DJ mono & stereo - US (Atlantic 3273) 1975 Stereo -- original US Promo Label pressing; same song in mono and stereo versions; of Jay & The Americans; record EX to M-EX+$10
BLACK IVORY: I'll Find A Way + Surrender - US (Today 1511) 1972 -- original US Promo Label pressing; label has small writing; record mostly M-EX+$16
BLACK VELVET: Peace And Love Is The Message + Clown - US (Ember 702) 1970 Mono -- original US Promo Label pressing; a-side is Eddie Grant tune; record EX to M-EX+$12
BLACKBERRIES: Yesterday's Music DJ m/s - US (A&M 1630) 1974 Mono -- original US white label promo copy: same song both sides in mono/stereo; produced by Billy Preston; I'm not sure if Clydie King is still with them on this one; includes A&M SleeveM-$8
BLACKWELLS: Holey Sombrero + Oh My Love - US (Guyden 131) 1959 Mono -- original US pressingVG+$12
BLAIR, JOHN: We Belong Together DJ + same - US (CTI 38) 1977 Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; appears to be same song both sides (3:26); mono/stereo not mentioned; includes CTI sleeveEX+$10
BLAKE, HARRIETTE: Turn Around Boy + Two Of Us - US (LTD 403) 1960s Mono -- original US Promo Label pressing; record VG to VG+VG(+)$10
BLAND, BILLY: Let The Little Girl Dance + Sweet Thing - US (Old Town 1076) 1960 -- Original US pressing; lite blue label; record VG/VG+VG(+)$13
BLAND, BOBBY: Share Your Love With Me + After It's Too Late - US (Duke 377) 1964 Mono -- original US pressing; record VG to VG+VG(+)$10
BLAND, BOBBY - AND B. B. KING: The Thrill Is Gone DJ m/s - US (ABC/Dunhill IMP-31009) 1976 Mono -- original US white label promo copy; clean label; includes original ABC/Dunhill Sleeve; same song in mono and stereo versionsM-$10
BLAND, BOBBY: This Time I'm Gone For Good DJ m/s - US (ABC/Dunhill D-4369) 1973 Mono -- white label promo copy; small writing on label; produced by Steve Barri (Grassroots); same song in mono and stereo versionsM-$10
BLENDELLS: Dance With Me + Get Your Baby - US (Reprise 0340) 1965 Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; includes Reprise company sleeveEX+$50
BLINKY: I Wouldn't Change The Man He Is + I'll Always Love You - US (Motown 1134) 1968 Mono -- original US pressing; label his drillhole VG+$10
BLUE MAGIC: Summer Snow DJ mono + stereo - US (WMOT 4003) 1976 Stereo -- original US Promo Label pressing; same song in mono and stereo versions; record VG+ to EX+; very tiny writing on labelEX$10
BLUE RIDGE RANGERS: Hearts Of Stone + Somewhere Listening - US (Fantasy 700) 1973 -- original US pressing; John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival; record VG+ to EXEX-$8
BOB B. SOXX: Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah + Flip And Nitty - US (Philles 107) 1962 -- Original US pressing; record looks VG-/VG but probably plays VG and maybe some better; small writing on a-side label; Phil Spector produced; Jack Nitzsche (as 'Nietsche') arrangedVG$12
BOGARD, STEVE: Rose Colored Glasses + Singin' In The Key Of Jesus - US (Geminix 5503) 1972 -- label reads "Bernard's Club in the Carriage House Presents Steve Bogard'; early 45 by country singer/songwriterVG+$10
BOHANNON, HAMILTON: South African Man (Pt. 1) DJ mono + stereo - US (Dakar 4539) 1974 Stereo -- original US Promo Label pressing; very tiny writing on labelEX$10
BOSS MAN: You're Taking Too Long + Better Late Than Never - US (Gamble 222) -- original US pressing; record visually G+/VG but a-side plays almost entirely a solid VG+ and b-side plays VG to VG+VG$35
BOSTIC, EARL - HIS ORCHESTRA: Flamingo + I'm Getting Sentimental Over You - US (King 4475) 1952 -- Original US pressing; reportedly a Million-Seller in 1952 but since it was R&B it wasn't included in the pop charts of the era; record VG/VG+VG(+)$15
BOX TOPS: Choo Choo Train + Fields Of Clover - US (Mala 12005) 1968 Mono -- original US pressing; "Choo Choo" charted Top 40; flip side is a Penn-Oldham tune; much of record plays to EXEX-$8
BOYD, BILL - AND HIS COWBOY RAMBLERS: Jingle Bells + Up On The House Top - US (RCA 0129) 1949 Mono -- original US pressing on green vinyl; record visually G+/VG but plays mostly VG; tiny sticker on labelVG-$20
BOYD, JIMMY: I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus + Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town - US (Columbia 4-50078) 1954 Mono -- Original US pressing; early (1950s) Hall Of Fame Series release by Columbia: ca. 1954; original was released in 1953; record and label are rough visually: G/G+; record could play G to VG thoughG+$14
BOYD, JIMMY: I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus + Thumbelina - US (Columbia 4-90174-V) 1952 Mono -- original US 1952 pressing; a #1 Hit in 1952!VG$18
BOYD, JIMMY: I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus + Thumbelina - US (Columbia MJV 4-152) 1952 Mono -- Original US pressing with 1952 Picture Sleeve!; sleeve nice VG+; record looks VG to VG+ and could play more to VG+VG+/VG(+)$30
BRADFORD AND ROMANO: Chattanoogie Shoe-Shine Boy + Rag Mop - US (RCA 47-3208) 1950 Mono -- Original US pressing; charted #17 in 1950; record looks VG-/VG and probably plays most VG to possibly some VG+VG$20
BRADLEY, WILL: Boogie-Woogie - US (Epic EG 7028) 1954 Mono -- 4-song EP with Picture Cover; includes "Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar" (featuring Ray McKinley & Freddie Slack) plus two more; record has only very lite scuffs; released c. 1954-5VG+/VG+$17
BREAD: Make It With You + Why Do You Keep Me Waiting - US (Elektra 45686) 1970 -- Original US first pressing on gold-black label; includes Elektra sleeveEX$13
BREEZE: For The Love Of A Lady DJ - US (Just Sunshine JSA-519) 1974 Stereo -- original US Promo Label pressing; same song both sidesEX$10
BRENDA & THE TABULATIONS: Little Bit Of Love DJ m/s - US (Epic 10898) 1972 Stereo -- original US Promo label pressing; same song both sides: mono and stereo versions; small writing on stereo side label; record grades tiny EX to mostly M-EX+$10
BRENDA & THE TABULATIONS: Part Of You + Where There's A Will (There's A Way) - US (Top and Bottom 408) -- original US pressing; record tiny EX to mostly M-EX+$12
BRENDA & THE TABULATIONS: Touch Of You + Stop Sneaking Around - US (Top and Bottom 401) Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; label on 'Touch' side has small sticker and tiny writingVG+$12
BRICK: That's What It's All About + Can't Wait - US (Bang 732) 1976 -- original US pressing; old store stockM-$10
BRINKLEY & PARKER: Don't Get Fooled By The Pander Man + Pander Man - US (Darnel 1111) 1974 -- original US pressingEX$14
BRISTOL, JOHNNY: Waiting On Love DJ m/s - US (Atlantic 3421) 1978 Stereo -- original US Promo pressing; same song in mono and stereo versions; mono side of record grades VG+; stereo side EXEX-$10
BRITISH WALKERS: Shake + That Was Yesterday - US (Cameo Parkway C-466) 1967 Mono -- original US pressing; a-side is Sam Cooke tune; record visually VG(-)VG but 'Shake' plays slight VG to mostly VG+; b-side plays VG/VG+VG(+)$20
BRITTON, VICKI: Flight 309 To Tennessee + Hatful Of Nickels - US (Bell 453) 1974 -- original US pressing; tiny writing on labelEX+$10
BROTHERS LEGARD: Land Where Animals Are People + Coo-ee Call - US (Era 3199) Mono -- original US orangle label Promo pressing; record has just lite scuffs: slight VG to mostly VG+ playVG(+)$10
BROTHERS OF LOVE: Make Love Not War DJ - US (Intrepid 75026) 1970 Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; same song on both sides; one side plays nice VG+; other side VG-/VG+VG(+)$14
BROWN, BARBARA: Big Party DJ mono + stereo - US (MGM Sounds of Memphis 713) 1970s Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; same song in mono and stereo versionsM-$20
BROWN, JAMES: Get It Together (Parts 1 + 2) - US (King 6122) -- original US pressing; blue label has slight writing Pt 1 side; record VG/VG+ visually; plays more to VG+VG(+)$8
BROWN, JAMES: It's Christmas Time (Parts 1 and 2) - US (King 6227) 1969 -- original US pressing; tiny-drillhole in label; comes with King label sleeveEX+$12
BROWN, JAMES: New Breed Parts 1 + 2 - US (Smash 2028) 1966 -- original US pressing; tiny drillhole in label; record VG- to VG+VG$10
BROWN, MAXINE: Funny + Now That You've Gone - US (Nomar N45-106) 1961 Mono -- original US pressing; New York label; plays slight VG up to VG++VG+$10
BROWN, MEL: Luv Potion + Cheap At Half The Price - US (Impulse 280) 1971 -- original US White Label Promo pressing; funk 45; record EX to M-EX+$20
BROWN, SHIRLEY: I Need Somebody To Love Me DJ long + short - US (Arista AS 0254) 1977 Stereo -- original US White Label Promo pressing; long (4:10) and short (3:29) versions of same song; soul ballad produced by Harvey Mason; record slight EX to mostly M-EX+$7
BROWN SUGAR: Didn't I DJ mono + stereo - US (Chelsea DJHO-0149) 1973 Stereo -- original on US Promo label; from the 'Brown Sugar Featuring Clydie King' LPM-$10
BROXTON, PARRISH: The Thrill Of Loving You + Be There Baby - US (Smash 2070) 1966 Mono -- original US White Label Promo pressing; record looks and plays VG to VG+VG(+)$30
BUCHANAN AND ANCELL: Creature + Meet The Creature - US (Flying Saucer 501) 1957 -- original US pressing; Bill Buchanan and Bob Ancell; a-side full title: "The Creature (From A Science Fiction Movie)"; record VG to maybe some VG+VG$12
BULL & THE MATADORS: I Can't Forget + Move With The Groove - US (Toddlin' Town 118) 1969 Mono -- original US pressing; tiny drillhole in label at centerVG+$16
BULL & THE MATADORS: The Funky Judge + instro - US (Toddlin' Town 108) 1968 Mono -- original US pressing; tiny writing on label; record slight VG to mostly VG+VG+$10
BURKE, SOLOMON: Do Right Song + I'll Never Stop Loving You - US (Chess 401) 1976 -- original US pressingEX+$13
BURKE, SOLOMON: Proud Mary + What Am I Living For - US (Bell 783) 1969 Mono -- original US pressing; includes original Bell company sleeve; most of record close to M-; label has tiny drillholeEX+$14
BURNETT, CAROL: Georgy Girl + Enter Laughing - US (RCA 9330) 1967 -- original US White Label Promo pressingVG++$12
BURNETTE, SMILEY: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer + The Swiss Boy - US (Capitol F 30133) 1955 -- original US pressing; country singer / songwriter / multi-instrumentalist; star of screen (with Gene Autrey and Roy Rogers), radio, and TV -- portrayed engineer Charley Pratt on 'Petticoat Junction'; record looks VG to some VG+VG$28
BURTON, MICHAEL: She's My Woman + Love On A Two Way Street - US (Turbo 030) 1972 -- original US pressingEX$12
BUTLER, CARL: Don't Let Me Cross Over + Wonder Drug - US (Columbia 42593) 1962 -- original US pressing; record VG+/VG++VG+$10
BUTLER, JERRY: He Will Break Your Heart + Thanks To You - US (Vee Jay 354) 1960 -- original US pressing; record VG/VG+VG(+)$10
BUTTERFLYS: Goodnight Baby - US (Red Bird 10-009) 1964 Mono -- original US pressing on Red Bird; Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry; Goodnight Baby side plays VG+ to EX -BUT: b-side (The Swim) is UNplayable due to some sort of pressing defectVG+$10
BY LINERS: Mary Lou Brown + Archie's Melody - US (Felsted 8631) Mono -- original US pressing; record VG+ to VG++VG+$10
BYRD, BOBBY: I'll Lose My Mind + You've Got To Change Your Mind - US (King 6151) 1968 Mono -- original US blue label pressing; funk; James Brown co-wrote both songs and appears on B-side; both sides play through but with noise: G to G+ playG+$7
BYRD, JERRY: Hawaiian Sunset + Wang Wang Blues - US (Mercury 70519) 1955 Mono -- original US pressing; Hawaiian steel guitarist; record VG-/VG; record is rough visually with some deep scratches (G/G+) but plays a bit better than it looksVG-$8

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