FRANKIE ALLEN - JUST A COUNTRY BOY (3.26) b/w I NEED YOU EVERY HOUR (3.04) Rare Rockn' country ELVIS tribute and Elvis style vocals. VERY GOOD CONDITION (slight click as A-side fades), B-side Some surface noise G+
Side 2: slim dusty you're australia. 45 rpm 7" Side 1: a mother's day message. Pressing: australia. Bank deposit welcome for australia.paypal only overseas. Label: selection. Catalogue number: prs 153.
Item:♪ RARE!BRAND NEW 7 inch (7”) 45 rpm vinyl record (Collectable/Epic Records, USA) - see scan - plain paper sleeve . Postage: We have had special cardboard mailers made to 7 inch 45 rpm record size, exclusively for us.
Artist: Violent Femmes. Side A Children Of The Revolution. I have been an avid record collector for more than 30 years. Over this time I have acquired a large collection of records, which continues to grow.
Side 2: i'm gonna take a heartbreak. Side 1: gone for good. I will not be responsible for any items lost in the post. If you require registered post please ask please don't bid if you do not want to buy.thank you.
Before "Please Pass the Biscuits," Sullivan was half of the country duo Wiley Gene with Wiley Walker. In 1940-41, the two of them wrote and recorded "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again," which Elvis Presley popularized in 1956.
These two bands are Sydney's finest exponents of alt-country pop. Golden Rough's "Bells' of Sunday" is absolutely brilliant (even if we do say so ourselves! ) and will creep inside the head of any pop fan immediately.
VERY GOOD PLUS or VG+ record shows wear, surface scuffs. The vinyl still has a great luster, but the flaws will be noticeable to the naked eye. If the flaws don't cause any surface noise, the vinyl can still make the VG+ grade.
Original Laminated pressing Australian Regal Zonophone 10" 78 rpm (G25274), 1948. Record is in Very Good Plus condition. Surface looks quite hazy but still plays fine. Royalty stamp on Side B and comes in a white card sleeve.
Rca pb 12204. " by now / beverly take care of your baby " Is in excellent condition. Up for offer is this 7" 45rpm vinyl record. Labels : radio station stickers a side. Sleeve : plain white radio station sleeve.
Registration/insurance included in postage within aust., please deposit a further $3.50 into our commonwealth bank. Sundown Records (Brisbane, Qld. ) pressing of this Slim Dusty pairing for Replay Music.
Rob E. G. was born Robert George Porter on 4 June 1942 in Ashfield NSW. Beginning in 1959 he performed under the stage name: Rob E G. PYE RECORDS 1960 plays well. I offer a seven day money back guarantee.
On offer is the following 7" vinyl record:DETAILS OF ITEM. I have been an avid record collector for more than 30 years. Over this time I have acquired a large collection of records, which continues to grow.
This item is the Australian Vinyl 45 I'm Fine Thank You by Lester Combs. Payment Options: Seller accepts payment by either Money Order or by Direct Bank Transfer for Australian Buyers and PayPal Only For Overseas Buyers.
This is the median price based on sales of this product in the same condition from all listings on ebay.com.au in the past 14 days, or if there are any insufficient number of listings for a meaningful calculation, the past 90 days.