Details about BARGAIN BULK LOT OF 40 X 60'S & 70's VINYL SINGLES EPs 45 7" ***LISTED***BARGAIN BULK LOT OF 40 X 60'S & 70's VINYL SINGLES EPs 45 7" ***LISTED*** See original listing
“Covers grade from P to VG++Vinyl grades G to NM (see grading below).”
07 Mar, 2014 19:48:59 AEDST
Adelaide, SA, Australia
An item that is used but still in very good condition. No damage to the jewellery case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on CD/DVD. No fuzzy/snowy frames on VHS tape. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“Covers grade from P to VG++Vinyl grades G to NM (see grading below).”|
BARGAIN BULK LOT OF 40 X 60'S & 70's ARTISTS VINYL SINGLES + EPs 45 7" ***LISTED***
Great little 40 pack of singles here with a nice chunk of Australian artists included. Various pressings here. Some have company sleeves, others generic.
Listed here: (please note i have only listed the a side tracks):
the mixtures - in the summertime
ernie sigley & denise drysdale - hey paula
twist and shout ep - the beatles
hot chocolate - so you win again
daryl braithwaite - let's go dancing
daryl braithwaite - love has no pride
daryl braithwaite - why do i break it up
kids - care for kids
dragon - are you old enough
hot chocolate - cheri babe
dinah lee - you dont talk about love
bee gees - you should be dancing
randy newman - old man on the farm
jackie - dont look back
barry crocker - please dont go
slim dusty - duncan
alison mccallum - teach me how to fly
jim reeves - he'll have to go
santo and johnny - sleepwalk
jonnhy ferguson - angela jones
scott mckenzie - like and old time movie
pat boone - remember your mine
ringo starr - a dose of rock and roll
leon berger - show me the way to the jungle
leon berger - sarah
landscape - japan
bee gees - how deep is your love
linda george and paul mckay - love is enough
tony barber - someday ep
sherbert - nowwhere man
patricia stephenson - sometimes
the everly brothers - maybe tomorrow
the parade - welsome, you're in love
the flirtations - take me in your arms and love me
the everly brothers - be bop a-lula
the mixtures - the pushbike song
joe brown and the bruvvers - that's what love will do
barbara streisand - what are you doing for the rest of your life
the righteous brothers - try to find another man
pat boone - fools hall of fame
Please check photos for more information. I have graded these as a general bulk lot.
Covers grade from P to VG++
Vinyl grades G to NM (see grading below).
Please note I grade very conservatively.
Will also combine postage with other items.
GRADING IS AS FOLLOWS:
(M) MINT = VINYL absolutely perfect in every way, never played.
(NM) NEAR MINT = VINYL nearly perfect, no obvious signs of wear. COVER should have no creases, folds, seam splits, cut-out holes.
(VG++) VERY GOOD PLUS PLUS = VINYL may have scuff marks , very light scratches and signs of some wear but will still play almost perfectly, with only barely detectable crackles or pops; a slight noise at the beginning is allowable. COVER may only have the slightest signs of normal wear.
(VG+) VERY GOOD = VINYL has light scratches, may crackle, pop or make other annoying noises, but only occasionally, and no more loudly than the music. COVER has normal wear such a ring wear and split seams , creases , wear at corners , edges & spine.
(G) GOOD = VINYL has scratches, may have continuous crackles, pops, significant surface noise. COVER has more than normal wear and tear.
(P) POOR = VINYL is cracked, badly warped, and won't play through without skipping or repeating. COVER barely keeps the lp inside.
*** PLEASE NOTE THIS ITEM IS NOT A CD! ***
About me: I am a record collector looking at downsizing my collection. I put in 100% effort to research what I am selling and offer some very good deals on some items according to the research I do. I have a lot of records from many genres between the 60's and early 90's and, with time, will part with a huge collection of it on eBay. Please feel free to add me as a favourite seller if you wish, I try put up new records for sale everyday and also work full-time! It's a hard but rewarding slog! Cheers.