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BAAH, ANTHONY REEBOP KWAKU: Reebop - United States (Island SW-9304) 1972 Stereo -- US pressing; cover has a dj-hole in corner; Reebop toured with Traffic in the early-1970s and is backed on this album by Steve Winwood and Chris Wood; except for a light crease to the upper corner (with dj-hole) this album would be almost flawlessVG+/SEALED$25
BABS, ALICE & SVEND ASMUSSEN: Scandanavian Folk Songs Sung & Swung! - United States (Philips PHM 200-184) 196? MONO -- US mono pressingVG(+)/VG++$10
BABY: Baby - United States (Mercury SRM-1-1062) 1975 Stereo -- US pressing on Mercury; reissue of their Lone Starr LP; cover has tiny cut cornerVG(+)/EX$10
BAD SNEAKERS: Beat The Meter - United States (Now & Then NTR-84001) 1984 Stereo -- US pressing; VG(+)/VG+(+)$11
BADFINGER: Ass - United States (Apple SW-3411) 1973 Stereo -- US Apple pressing; record is very nice and album includes Original Custom Inner Sleeve; cover has tiny stain and a couple of corner bumpsVG(+)/EX+$15
BAEZ, JOAN: 5 - United States (Vanguard VRS 9260) 1960s Stereo -- US pressing on gold label; record slight VG+/VG++ to mostly VG++/EX+VG+/VG++$11
BAEZ, JOAN: Joan Baez Vol. 2 - United States (Vanguard VRS-9094) 1961 MONO -- US mono pressing; silver labelVG+/VG+(+)$8
BAEZ, JOAN: Joan Baez Vol. 2 - United States (Vanguard VRS-9094) 1961 Stereo -- US mono pressing; red labelVG+/EX$10
BAILEY, J. R.: Love & Conversation - United States (United Artists LA815-G) 1977 Stereo -- US pressing; cover has sticker on front; stamp on back cover and small writing on labelVG/VG+(+)$8
BAJA MARIMBA BAND: Baja Marimba Band - United States (A&M SP 104) 1964 Stereo -- US pressing; featuring "Comin' in the Back Door"; cover is in Shrink Wrap; record visually grades VG+ to mostly VG++: just a few very lite marks and should have mostly VG++ play; brown label US pressingVG+/VG++$9
BALDWIN & LEPS: Baldwin And Leps - United States (Vanguard VSD 6567) 1971 Stereo -- US pressing; gatefold cover; small mark on front cover and slight ring on back; includes Vanguard sleeveVG(+)/EX+$22
BANAI, YOSSI: I'm Simon And Louise... - Israel (Hed-Arzi BAN 14869) 1981 Stereo -- Israeli pressing (not reissue); tiny split on bottom; record slight VG+ to mostly VG++VG/VG++$8
BAND: Stage Fright - United States (Capitol SW-425) Stereo -- US pressing; no poster but 'RL / Sterling' master with textured coverVG+/VG+(+)$17
BAND OF THE AIR FORCE RESERVE - JAZZ ENSEMBLE: Comin' At Ya - United States (AF RES-CAY) Stereo -- US pressing; includes insert; cover mostly in shrinkVG+/EX$15
BAND OF THE GRENADIER GUARDS: March In Review - United States (London/Phase 4 SP 44131) Stereo -- US pressing' gatefold cover; tiny removeable sticker on frontVG+/EX$8
BANJO BOY - PETE BUTLER: Riverboat Memories - United States (Palace M-630) 1960s MONO -- US mono pressing; Pete Butler is "The Banjo Boy" -- with orchestra; one small VG(+) spot on record, rest is VG++ and better with some tiny bubbles in the pressingVG+/VG++$18
BARBIROLLI: Brahms Symphony No. 4 - United States (Vanguard SRV 183 SD) Stereo -- US pressing; Vanguard Everyman Classics / Stereolab; cover mostly in shrink wrap; back cover slick has small factory wrinkleVG+/M-$12
BAREFOOT JERRY: Keys to the Country - United States (Monument 34252) 1976 -- US pressing; cover has ring; includes custom inner sleeve; cover has small gold dj stamp on backVG/EX+$12
BARRABAS: Power - United States (RCA SPL1-2000) 1973 Stereo -- US pressing; orange label flexi-vinyl; Spanish soul-rock / psych-funk band; album cover in shrink wrap with tiny sawmark near bottom; I bought sealed and opened only to confirm label etc: unplayedVG+/M-$10
BARRACLOUGH, ELIZABETH: Elizabeth Barraclough - United States (Bearsville BRK 6978) 1978 Stereo -- US pressing; promo stamp and sticker on front coverVG/EX$10
BARRIE, KEATH: Reach Out - United States (United Artists UALA 673G) 1976 Stereo -- arranged and produced by Jimmy Dale; US pressingVG+/M-$10
BARRY SISTERS: At Home With - United States (Roulette R 25060) 1959 MONO -- US mono pressingVG+/EX+$10
BART, LIONEL: Isn't This Where We Came In? - United States (Deram DES 18020) 1968 Stereo -- US pressing of fascinating, overlooked slab of Sixties zeitgeist: psych-influenced concept album by Bart, justly famed for his stage & screen music (Oliver, The Optimists, etc.); cool Gatefold cover with foil front is still in Shrink Wrap: has cut corner and two small stickers on outside of shrink wrapVG+/M-$30
BASHELL, LOUIE & HIS SILK UMBRELLA ORCHESTRA: The Polka Special - United States (RCA LSP-1917) 1959 Stereo -- US pressing: Deep Groove Living Stereo; LSP banner cover has tiny writing and tiny stain on back: overall VG+ to VG++; record VG+ to EX+VG+/VG++$10
BASHO, ROBBIE: Basho Sings (Volume 3) - United States (Takoma C-1012) 1967 Stereo -- US early pressing: all black label with silver print first pressing (?? = NOT current reissue)VG+/EX$50
BASHUNG, ALAIN: Roulette Russe - France (Philips 9120 427) 1980 Stereo -- Original French pressing with Inner SleeveVG(+)/VG++$10
BATDORF & RODNEY: Life Is You - United States (Arista AL 4041) 1975 Stereo -- US pressing; album includes Custom Inner Sleeve; cover mostly in Shrink Wrap; small sawmark in cover; tiny sticker on back; cover VG+ to mostly VG++VG+/M-$8
BAY, FRANCIS & HIS ORCHESTRA: Benny Rides Again - United States (Omega SL-18) Stereo -- US pressingVG+/VG++$10
BEACH BOYS: Friends - United States (Capitol ST 2895) 1968 Stereo -- early US stereo pressing!!; tiny name on coverVG(+)/VG++$29
BEATLES: Beatles - White Album red label - United States (Capitol SWBO 101) Stereo -- US pressing; 2-LP set: NO poster and NO pictures; records grade close to exVG-/VG++$24
BEATLES: Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band - United States (Capitol SMAS-2653) 1976 Stereo -- US pressing; red-orange label; 1976; includes custom InsertVG+/M-$24
BEATLES & OTHERS: Do It Now! - United States (Ronco LP 1001) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing; "20 Giant Hits - As Advertised On TV"; proceeds of sales go to the Do It Now Foundation's efforts to fight drug abuse; songs include: Beatles' "Nowhere Man" as well as Melanie "What Have They Done To My Song Ma," Crazy Elephant "Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'," Jimi Hendrix "Redhouse," Jefferson Airplane "Somebody To Love," The Byrds "Artificial Energy," and many more; record VG+ to VG++VG(+)/VG+(+)$11
BEAU DOMMAGE: Beau Dommage - France (Capitol 2C 068 81843) 1975 Stereo -- French pressingVG(+)/VG++$8
BEAU DOMMAGE: Qu'est Passee La Noce? - France (Capitol 2C066-82054) 1975 Stereo -- French pressing; gatefold cover has tiny sticker residue on backVG(+)/VG++$8
BECHET, SIDNEY & MEZZ MEZZROW: Blues With Bechet - United States (Jazzztone J-1257/8) Stereo -- US pressing; 2-LP set; back cover blank as issuedVG+/EX$25
BECK, JEFF: Flash - United States (Epic FE 39483) 1985 Stereo -- US pressing; cover mostly still in shrink wrapVG+/EX$10
BELAFONTE, HARRY: At Carnegie Hall - United States (RCA LSO-6006) 1959 Stereo -- US stereo pressing; 2-LP deep groove Living Stereo set; small split top seam; tiny corner bumps to cover; records close to exVG(+)/VG++$19
BELAFONTE, HARRY: Calypso Carnival - United States (RCA LSP-4521) 1971 Stereo -- US pressing; writing on labels and on backVG(+)/VG++$10
BELAFONTE, HARRY: Homeward Bound - United States (RCA LSP-4255) Stereo -- US pressing; small writing on cover and tiny tear; record VG to VG++VG+/VG+(+)$11
BELAFONTE, HARRY: Sings Of The Caribbean - United States (RCA LPM-1505) 1957 MONO -- US mono pressing; includes company inner sleeve; deep groove matrix 1sVG+/EX+$12
BENNETT, DUSTER: 12 db's - United States (Blue Horizon BH 4812) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing; good bluesman who worked with John Mayall and Fleetwood Mac; includes song by the Kinks Ray Davies: "Act Nice And Gentle"; players include: Top Topham and Tony Mills; cover has lite seamwear and small sawmarkVG+/M-$20
BENNETT, DUSTER: Justa Duster - United States (Blue Horizon BH 4804) 1969 Stereo -- US pressing; cover still mostly in shrink wrap with a small cutout hole; bluesman who worked with John Mayall and Fleetwood Mac; this record was a US-ONLY release; includes "Bright Lights Big City" (Jimmy Reed); also the Original "I'm Gonna Wind Up Ending Up..."VG+/EX+$19
BENNETT, RICHARD RODNEY: Far From The Madding Crowd - United States (MGM S1E-11 ST) 1967 Stereo -- US stereo pressing; gatefold cover; film starring Julie Christie and Terence StampVG+/VG++$10
BENT FABRIC: Organ Grinder's Swing - United States (Atco SD 33-164) 1964 Stereo -- US pressing in scarcer Stereo copy; brown/purple label; record mostly VG++; tiny ring on back cover; includes ATCO inner sleeveVG+/VG++$8
BENTON, BARBI: Something New - United States (Playboy PB-411) 1976 Stereo -- US pressing; sealed; great backup musicians: Ben Benay, Nigel Olsson, Billy Payne, Craig Doerge, Steve Cropper, Davey Johnstone, Dee Murray, Kenny Edwards, etc.; there is a small tear in the shrink wrap and cover has cut corner; former Playboy model and former girlfriend of Hugh HefnerVG+/SEALED$10
BENTON, BROOK: On The Countryside - United States (Mercury SR 60918) 1964 Stereo -- US deep groove STEREO pressing; cover still in shrink wrap; record very slight VG+ to mostly VG++/EX+VG+/VG++$25
BER, TERRY: Through The Eyes Of - United States (World Pacific WPS 21876) 1960s Stereo -- US pressing of hippie/folkie/poet LP with psychy cover art; cover in Shrink Wrap and not cutout marked; music arranged by Jimmy Wisner; includes company inner sleeveVG+/M-$10
BERGEN, POLLY: Bergen Sings Morgan - United States (Columbia CL 994) 1957 MONO -- US 6-Eye-label mono pressing; cover has small tear at opening; TV Academy Award Winning Performance; orchestra conducted by Luther Henderson; most of record is VG++VG+/VG+(+)$10
BERLIN RADIO CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA: Haydn Mass In D Minor And Missa in Angustiis - United States (Musical Heritage MHS 3284) Stereo -- US pressing; tiny corner bump to coverVG+/M-$13
BERLINER, OLIVER: Great American Song & Dance - United States (Gramophone Records 76MSL-1) 1976 Stereo -- US pressing; Bill Mundy arranged, conducted and wrote most of the songs which are political spoofs aimed at The Bicentennial in 1976 -- commemorating a bicentennary of blunders; cover in Shrink Wrap; I bought still sealed and opened only to confirm label and pressing; record unplayedVG+/M-$8
BERMAN, LAZAR: Legendary Lazar Berman Plays Liszt - United States (Columbia M2 33928) 1976 Stereo -- US pressing; 2-LP set in gatefold coverVG+/EX+$16
BERNSTEIN: Highlights From Leonard Bernstein's Mass Quad - United States (Columbia MQ 31960) 1973 QUAD -- US Quadraphonic pressing; 'a theater piece for singers, players and dancers'; cover in shrink wrap with tiny corner bumps; album includes Original 4-Page Insert; record VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$12
BERNSTEIN, ELMER & SWINGING BON VIVANTS: Paris Swings - United States (Capitol T 1288) MONO -- US mono pressing; seam splitting at top of cover and small spli bottom seam; includes company inner sleeve; record grades slight VG+ up to mostly exVG-/VG++$10
BERNSTEIN, LEONARD: Candide - United States (Columbia S2X 32923) 1973 Stereo -- US pressing; 2-LP set in gatefold cover; 1973 revival; records very slight VG++ up to mostly M-VG+/EX+$10
BERTONCINI, GENE: Evolution! - United States (Evolution 3001) 1969 Stereo -- US pressing; backup by Enoch Light folks: Bucky Pizzarelli, Dick Hyman, Paul Griffin, Chuck Rainey, etc.; gatefold cover has two cutout holes; a couple thin marks on back of coverVG(+)/M-$12
BERU REVUE: I Got A Job - United States (Straight-Face SF 1183) 1983 Stereo -- US pressing; includes InsertVG(+)/EX$10
BERUHMTE CHORE: Halleluja ... Halleluja - United States (Deutsche Grammophon 136 366) Stereo -- German pressing; small cut cornerVG+/VG++$12
BEVAN, ALEX: Grand River Lullabye - United States (Fiddler's Wind FW 1009) 1979 Stereo -- US pressing; gatefold cover; small writing on front and back of coverVG-/VG++$10
BHAUMIK, ARUNDHATI: Devotion And Love - United States (Oriental 1047) 1984 Stereo -- US pressing; music by Hemant KumarVG+/VG++$16
BIANCHI, BONIFACIO & ALESSANDRO PITRELLI: Vivaldi Mandolin Concerti - United States (Musical Heritage MHS 1100) 1980 Stereo -- US pressing; also with Piero Toso, violinVG+/M-$15
BIBB, LEON: Sings - United States (Columbia CSRP 8562) Stereo -- US Columbia Special Archives pressingVG+/EX$8
BIBB, LEON: Sings Love Songs - United States (Vanguard VRS 9073) MONO -- US mono pressingVG(+)/VG+(+)$8
BIDDELMAN, MARK: Sing A New Song Unto The Lord - United States (J&M Records JM 7014) 1971 Stereo -- US pressing; 'A Folk-Rock Service For The Sabbath Eve'; record VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$25
BIGGS, E. POWER: Handel - The Cuckoo And The Nightingale etc - United States (Columbia MS 6439) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing; Four Favorite Handel Organ Concertos; still sealed so I can't be sure which pressing but maybe not 1st pressing since Original release date was 1963 and I'm guessing this to be a ca. 1970 pressing; subtitle: Four Favorite Handel Organ Concertos; Sir Adrian Boult and The London PhilharmonicVG+/SEALED$12
BIGGS, E. POWER: Music Of Jubilee - United States (Columbia MS 6615) 196? Stereo -- should be Original 1960s US pressing; white cover with trumpets etc; Columbia Chamber Symphony, Zoltan Rozsnyai conductingVG+/SEALED$12
BIGGS, E. POWER: Plays Mozart - Sonatas - United States (Columbia MS 6857) 196? Stereo -- US pressing; Sonatas 1-17; Columbia Symphony, Zoltan Rozsnyai conducting; cover in Shrink WrapVG+/M-$14
BIKEL, THEODORE & GEULA GILL: Sing Folk Songs From Just About Everywhere - United States (Elektra EKL-161) 1958 MONO -- Original white/atom label mono pressing, includes Booklet; tiny tear on back cover; tiny seam split top and tiny sticker on front coverVG(+)/VG++$10
BIKEL, THEODORE: Sings Jewish Folk Songs - United States (Elektra EKS-7141) Stereo -- US pressing: gold guitar player label; includes Booklet and company inner sleeve; back cover has small review stampVG+/EX+$12
BILK, ACKER: Stranger On The Shore - United States (Atco 33-129) 1962 Stereo -- US pressing from 1962; stereo: purple+brown label; cover mostly still in shrink wrap; record VG+ to EX+VG+/VG++$10
BIZARRE INC: I'm Gonna Get You + - United States (Columbia 44 74815) 1992 Stereo -- US pressing; cover mostly still in shrink wrap; from the lp 'Energique'VG+/EX$8
BJOERLING, JUSSI: Bjoerling In Opera - United States (RCA LM-2269) 1959 MONO -- US mono shaded dog pressing; small sticker on back cover; record VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$12
BLACK, BILL & COMBO: Black With Sugar - United States (Columbia CS 9848) 1969 Stereo -- US pressing; tiny removeable sticker on front coverVG+/VG++$9
BLACK, STANLEY: Israel 20 - United States (Phase 4 SP 441120) 1968 Stereo -- US pressing includes 8-Page Booklet attached inside gatefold cover; with Molly Picon and The London Festival Orchestra and Emmanuel Fisher ChoirVG+/VG++$8
BLACK LIGHT ORCHESTRA: Once Upon A Time - Canada (RCA KKL1-0252) 1977 Stereo -- Original Canadian pressing; orchestrated soul funk disco; title of LP refers to the track 'Morricone' which an homage to that Ennio Morricone's theme to 'Once Upon A Time In The West'; cover mostly still shrink wrap with small split top seamVG+/M-$10
BLACK WATCH ROYAL HIGHLAND REGIMENT: Scottish Splendor - United States (RCA LPM-1526) 1957 MONO -- US mono pressing; deep groove 'Long Play' label (1s/4s); record has two tiny bubbles in pressing (probably VG+) otherwise looks mostly VG++/EX+VG+/VG++$9
BLACKFOOT: Siogo - United States (Atco 90080-1) 1983 Stereo -- US pressing; cover in shrink; with Inner Sleeve; small cut cornerVG(+)/VG++$8
BLACKTHORN: Blackthorn - United Kingdom (Homespun HRL 118) 1976 Stereo -- Original UK pressing; record grades VG++ to M-; says UK (not Ireland) with HRL 118 release numberVG+/EX+$10
BLACKWOOD BROTHERS: Best Of The Best Of The Blackwood Brothers - United States (Artco DRP 7224) 1970s Stereo -- US pressing; probably about a 1974 release; US pressing; record VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$9
BLACKWOOD BROTHERS: Featuring Cecil Blackwood - United States (CAM 1454) Stereo -- US pressingVG+/VG++$9
BLACKWOOD BROTHERS: Hallelujah Meetin' - United States (Skylite SLP 6155) 1975 Stereo -- US pressing; record VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$8
BLACKWOOD BROTHERS: It's Worth It All - United States (Skylite SLP 6139) Stereo -- US pressingVG+/VG++$10
BLACKWOOD BROTHERS: Learning To Lean - United States (Skylite SLP 6161) 1976 Stereo -- US pressing; cover in Shrink WrapVG+/EX+$9
BLACKWOOD BROTHERS: On Tour - United States (RCA LSP-2300) 1961 Stereo -- US stereo pressing; record grades close to exVG+/VG++$25
BLACKWOOD BROTHERS QUARTET: He's Still The King Of Kings - United States (RCA LSP-4589) 1971 Stereo -- orange label US pressing; produced by Danny Davis; cover has small split top seam; record VG+ to exVG+/VG+(+)$10
BLACKWOOD BROTHERS QUARTET: Keys To The Kingdom - United States (Camden CAL 618) MONO -- US mono pressing;record grades close to exVG+/VG++$8
BLAIR, JANET: Flame Out! - United States (Dico D-1301) 1959 MONO -- US mono pressing; cover has small split bottom seam and slight seamwear; one tiny VG(+) spot but record mostly grades exVG/EX$28
BLITZSTEIN, MARC: Discusses His Theatre Compositions - United States (Westminster / Spoken Arts 717) 196? MONO -- US mono pressing: die-cut cover shaped like a book; cover has tiny writing on back and very lite seamwear; part of Westminster's 'Distinguished Composers Series' of recordings; Roddy McDowell, Evelyn Lear, etc; record VG+ to EX+VG+/EX$40
BLONS, HARRY: Harry Blons' Dixieland Band - United States (Audiophile AP-6) 1950 MONO -- US pressing; red record; 12" LP, 78rpm microgroove recording housed in paper sleeve; record has couple of lite marks but seems to play VG++; on Ewing Nunn's labelVG(+)/VG++$24
BLOW, JOHN & ACADEMY ST. MARTIN: Coronation Anthems etc - United States (Argo ZRG 767) Stereo -- US pressing; includes Insert; smells a little musty but record play appears to be unaffectedVG+/EX+$15
BLUE MINK: Real Mink - United States (Philips PHS 600-339) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing; with vocals by Madeline Bell; also with Roger Cook, and some songs by Cook & Greenaway; cover mostly in Shrink Wrap with small cutout holeVG+/M-$10
BLUES IMAGE: Open - United States (Atco SD 33-317) 1970 Stereo -- yellow label US pressing; includes Ride Captain Ride plus company inner sleeve; tiny sawmark in coverVG+/M-$23
BLUES IMAGE: Red White & Blues Image - United States (Atco SD 33-348) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing; includes song Gas Lamps And Clay which was their follow-up single to Ride Captain Ride; orginal yellow label US pressing with Gatefold Cover; cover has small sawmark and tiny corner bump but is mostly still in shrink wrapVG++/M-$15
BOA: Schizoid - United States (Wooden Nickel BWL1-0790) 1975 Stereo -- US pressing with Custom Insert; cover has small stape bottom seam and small stain on front: VG to mostly VG+; dj emboss in corner; group members connected to Mourning Reign: Beau Maggi and Thomas Obomsawin; record slight VG+ up to EX+; mostly VG++VG(+)/VG++$10
BOGLE, ERIC & WITH JOHN MUNRO AND BRENT MILLER: When The Wind Blows - United States (Flying Fish FF 354) 1984 Stereo -- US pressing; cover has cut corner and two small stickers and small tear on front; record slight VG++ to mostly M-VG(+)/EX+$8
BOLLING, CLAUDE: Concerto For Classical Guitar And Jazz Piano - United States (Angel DS 37327) 1980 Stereo -- US Digital pressing; with Angel Romero, George Shearing, Shelly Manne, Ray BrownVG+/M-$8
BOLSHOI THEATER ORCHESTRA: Shostakovich The Age Of Gold etc - United States (Melodiya / Angel SR-40062) Stereo -- US pressing; some of cover is in shrink wrap; textured cover has tiny writing on back; record VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$15
BOLSHOI THEATRE SOLOISTS: Glinka Ruslan And Ludmila - Russian Federation (Melodiya C10-11801/8) 1984 Stereo -- Original Russian pressing; Yuri Simonov cond.; 4-LP box with BookletVG+/VG++$28
BOLSHOI THEATRE SOLOISTS: Tchaikovsky - Queen Of Spades - Russian Federation (Melodiya C10-058-01/06) 1975 Stereo -- Russian pressing; M. Ermler conducting.; 3-LP box set with BookletVG+/EX$33
BONDS, RALPH AND BUDDY: All Stops Out - United States (Columbia CSRP 514) Stereo -- US Columbia Special Archives pressingVG(+)/VG++$10
BONNEMERE, EDDIE & TRIO: Piano Bon Bons By - United States (Roost SLP 2236) 1959 Stereo -- US pressing; top cover seam has some clear tape and bottom seam tiny clear tape and small stickers on back; record itself has a small spot that may be VG+ but grades mostly VG++G+/VG+(+)$8
BOOKER, BOB & BEA ARTHUR + GEORGE FOSTER: Jewish American Princess - United States (Bell 6063) 1971 Stereo -- US pressing; cover in shrink wrap; I bought still sealed and opened only to confirm label and pressing; record unplayed; comedy album written by Bob Booker & George Foster; all-star cast includes Bea (Beatrice) Arthur, Lou Jacobi, Judy Graubart, Frank Gallop, Anthony Holland, Phoebe Dorin, Robyn Goodman, Robert King, Bob McFadden; Phil Ramone engineered; Bill Blass dresses in photo; record slight VG+ up to M-; mostly VG++/EX+VG+/VG++$8
BOONE, DANIEL: Beautiful Sunday - United States (Mercury SRM 1-649) 1972 Stereo -- US Promo pressing of LP by English singer songwriter; he also worked with The Troggs on their later recordings; album includes the Hit Song "Beautiful Sunday"; includes company inner sleeve; supposedly aka Peter Lee Stirling of RumpelstiltskinVG+/EX+$15
BOONE, PAT & STARRING IN, ETC: Cross And The Switchblade - United States (Light LS-5550-LP) Stereo -- US pressing; includes Promotional Packet (VG); much of cover is still in shrinkVG+/EX$10
BOONE, PAT: Departure - United States (Tetragrammaton T-118) 1968 Stereo -- US pressing; production by Zal Yanovsky and Jerry Yester?; with Ry Cooder and Toxie French etcVG+/EX$8
BOONE, PAT: Pat Boone - United States (Dot DLP-3012) MONO -- US mono pressing; includes 'Ain't That A Shame' and 'Tutti Frutti'VG(+)/VG++$8
BORI, LUCREZIA: Art Of - United States (RCA Camden CAL 343) MONO -- US mono pressing; small split seam bottomVG(+)/VG++$10
BOSTON POPS: Boston Tea Party - United States (RCA LSC-2213) 1958 Stereo -- Original Shaded Dog Living Stereo US pressing (7s/6s); deep groove label; record grades from VG+ to VG+++VG+/VG++$8
BOSTON POPS: Concert In The Park - United States (RCA LSC-2677) 1963 Stereo -- RCA Living Stereo White Dog recording, 13s/7sVG+/VG++$9
BOSTON POPS: Fiddle-Faddle - United States (RCA LSC-2638) 1962 Stereo -- US RCA Red Seal / Shaded Dog pressing; deep groove; cover has slight foxing mostly on back; music of Leroy Anderson; stampers 2s/4s; includes company inner sleeveVG(+)/EX+$10
BOSTON POPS: Hearts In 3/4 Time - United States (RCA LSC-2556) 1961 Stereo -- US pressing; tiny sticker on front coverVG+/EX$12
BOSTON POPS: Star Dust - United States (RCA LSC-2670) 1963 Stereo -- US Shaded Dog Living Stereo pressing, 7s/2s; record VG++ to mostly M-VG+/EX+$13
BOSTON POPS: Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake - United States (RCA LSC-2688) 1964 Stereo -- US pressing; RCA Red Seal / Shaded Dog pressing; cover grades VG to some VG+; record grades a nice VG++VG/VG++$12
BOSTON POPS: Viennese Night - United States (RCA LSC-2548) 1961 Stereo -- US RCA Living Stereo White Dog pressing, 1s/7s; cover mostly in Shrink Wrap; Fiedler conducting the Boston Pops OrchestraVG+/EX+$12
BOSTON POPS: What The World Needs Now - United States (Polydor PD 5019) 1972 Stereo -- US pressing; Bacharach & David songsVG(+)/VG++$10
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA & MUNCH: Dukas: Sorcerer's Apprentice etc - United States (RCA VICS-1060) 196? Stereo -- US Plum Label pressing, 2s/2s; plus Ravel: Mother Goose Suite, and D'Indy: Symphony On a French Mountain Air; conducted by Charles Munch; record slight VG++ to mostly M-VG+/EX+$14
BOSTON TEA PARTY: Boston Tea Party - United States (Flick Disc FLS 45000) 1968 Stereo -- US pressing of good psych LP; band from California; lead guitarist Mike Stevens later joined the band HIGHWAY ROBBERY; much of cover still in shrink wrap and with cutout holeVG+/M-$35
BOULT, ADRIAN & PHILHARMONIC PROMENADE ORCHESTRA: Beethoven - No. 5 - United States (Vanguard SRV-190 SD) Stereo -- US pressingVG+/VG++$12
BOWEN AND RICHARDS: Bowen And Richards - United States (Ranwood R-8151) 1976 Stereo -- US pressing; sawmark in cover and tiny stain on front; record grades EX to M-VG+/EX+$9
BRADLEY, WILL & HIS ORCHESTRA: 1939-1941 Vol. 1 - United States (Bandstand Records BS-1) 1970s Stereo -- US pressing; textured cover mostly VG++ except for tiny writing on back; record VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$8
BRAND, OSCAR: On Campus - "Live" - United States (Kapp KS 3024) 1970 Stereo -- US pressingVG(+)/VG++$10
BREAM, JULIAN: Baroque Guitar - United States (RCA LSC-2878) 1966 Stereo -- US RCA Stereo White Dog pressingVG+/EX$12
BROCKETT, JAIME: 2 - United States (Capitol SKAO-601) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing: green label; with Gatefold cover; more excellent folksinger/songwriter material from the writer of USS TItanic; record grades VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$15
BRODSKY, VADIM: Tchaikovsky Complete Works For Violin And Orchestra - United States (Musical Heritage MHS 7091H) 1985 Stereo -- US pressingVG+/M-$15
BROMBERG, DAVID: David Bromberg - United States (Columbia C 31104) 1971 Stereo -- US pressing; with Insert; record grades VG+ to VG++VG+/VG+(+)$8
BROMBERG, DAVID: Demon In Disguise - United States (Columbia C 31753) 1972 Stereo -- US pressing; with Insert; record grades VG+ to VG++VG+/VG+(+)$8
BROOKMEYER, BOB & ZOOT SIMS QUINTET: Today's Jazz - United States (Jazztone J1239) 1956 MONO -- US mono pressing; blue coverVG+/VG++$15
BROTHERS CASTRO: Latin & Hip - United States (Capitol T 1706) 1959 MONO -- US mono pressing; dj-sticker on back cover; includes company inner sleeveVG+/VG++$17
BROWN, CLIFFORD & MAX ROACH: At Basin Street - United States (Emarcy MG-36070) 1956 MONO -- US mono pressing; record plays VG+ to VG++; cover has small split bottom seam; blue deep groove labelVG/VG+(+)$40
BROWN, FRANKIE: Bass Vibes Drums - United States (Musicor MM 2000) 1960 MONO -- US mono pressing of scarce jazz LP; as The Frankie Brown Trio; unique instrumentation: no brass, reeds, or keyboards -- strictly as the title says; Brown on drums with Fred McCoy on vibes and Martin Rivera bass; record slight VG+ up to almost M-; mostly VG++; cover has cutout holeVG+/VG++$18
BROWN BROTHERS: Break Bread Together - United States (Glass 3074-9) Stereo -- US pressing; cover mostly still in shrink wrapVG+/EX+$17
BROWN, JR., OSCAR & JEAN PACE & SIVUCA: Joy - United States (RCA LSO-1166) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing: orangel label flexi-vinyl; record grades slight VG+/VG++ to mostly M-VG+/EX$10
BRUBECK, DAVE & QUARTET: Time Further Out - United States (Columbia CS 8490) Stereo -- US pressing; 6-eye label; smells a little musty but play appears to be unaffectedVG+/EX$20
BUBBA FOWLER: And Then Came Bubba - United States (Columbia CS 9971) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing; cover in Shrink Wrap; cut corner; album which on many songs has a very mid-60s DYLAN feel, probably emphasized by the Bob Johnston production; Fowler wrote all the songs: mostly electric folkrock with a few acoustic numbers; good backup but no credits; real name (?) Elkin FowlerVG+/M-$10
BUCHANAN, ROY: You're Not Alone - United States (Atlantic SD 19170) 1978 Stereo -- US pressing; great blues rock guitarist; musicians include Willie Weeks, Ray Gomez, and Andy NewmarkVG+/VG++$17
BUD AND TRAVIS: Naturally - Folk Songs For The Present - United States (Liberty LRP-3295) 1962 MONO -- US mono pressing of classic 60s folk album by great duo; LP includes Liberty inner sleeve; record VG+ to EX+; mostly VG++; cover has lite stain along bottom and slight seamwear otherwise VG+/VG++VG(+)/VG++$9
BUD AND TRAVIS: Perspective On - United States (Liberty LRP-3341) 1963 MONO -- US mono pressingVG+/VG+(+)$10
BUDAPEST QUARTET: Encores - United States (Columbia ML 5116) MONO -- US mono pressing; 1K/1J matrixVG+/M-$16
BUENO, CATERINA: La Veglia - Italy (Dischi Del Sole DS 155/57/CL) 1968 MONO -- Original Italian pressing; includes 28-Page Booklet; record VG+/VG++ to EX+; monoVG+/VG++$10
BURBANK PHILHARMONIC: First Album (Maybe The Last) - United States (Bravo B-35504) 1960s Stereo -- US pressing; cover design by Dean Torrence of Jan & Dean; funny liner notes by Gary Owens of 'Laugh-In'; looks like late-1960s release; two small cutout holes in cover; one corner has H2O and bump; very slight ringwear; despite all that much of cover is VG+; dj-stamp on back; cover title seam reads 'First Album (Maybe The Last)' but label just says 'Burbank Philharmonic'; record VG++ to M-G+/EX+$8
BURNETT, CAROL: Sings - United States (RCA LSP-3879) 1967 Stereo -- US pressing; tiny cutout hole in coverVG+/VG+(+)$8
BURNETT, CAROL & MARTHA RAYE: Together Again For The First Time - United States (Tetragrammaton T-106) 1968 Stereo -- US pressing; liner notes by Bob HopeVG+/EX+$12
BUTI, CARLO: Sul Lungarno - Italy (Odeon / EMI C 062 - 17357) 1960s MONO -- Original Italian pressing; I assume this is mono; cover has ring on back but front mostly VG++; record VG++ to M-VG+/EX+$10
BUTLER, JERRY: Sings Assorted Sounds - United States (Mercury SR 61320) 1971 Stereo -- US pressing; cover has lite wear and ring and cutout hole; record grades slight VG+ to mostly VG+++VG+/VG++$10
BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND: Resurrection Of Pigboy Crabshaw - United States (Elektra EKS-74015) 1968 Stereo -- US gold label pressing; band on this includes Elvin Bishop, Bugsy Maugh, Mark Naftalin, Gene Dinwiddie, David SanbornVG+/VG++$12
BYERS, BRENDA: Auctioneer - United States (MTA MTS 5013) 1970 Stereo -- US pressing; Byers acted on the television soap opera General Hospital; sang on the Arthur Godfrey Show; cover in shrink wrap with cutout hole; title song was a big Country hitVG+/VG++$10
BYRD, CHARLIE: For All We Know - United States (Columbia G 30622) 1971 Stereo -- US pressing; 2-LP set; includes company inner sleeveVG(+)/EX$10
BYRD, CHARLIE & TRIO: Travellin' Man - United States (Columbia CL 2435) 1965 MONO -- US mono pressing; live at the Showboat, Washington, DCVG+/VG++$10
BYRDS: Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde - United States (Columbia CS 9755) 1969 Stereo -- US pressing; 360 Sound label 1F/1F matrix from 1969VG(+)/VG+(+)$14

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