The Rolling Stones - Come On/ I Want To Be Loved, [Decca Records F.11675] original UK 1963, their first UK single release. The record is in a NM- condition, very bright and clean and still with a good high gloss. The labels are in NM- condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a Decca company sleeve.

John Lee Hooker and Others - Rhythm and Blues, 4 track EP, [Visadisc Records T EP 231] France 1960's, c/w picture sleeve. The record is in a VG+ condition, bright and clean and still with a good high gloss. The labels are in VG+ condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a picture sleeve, which is in EX+ condition. Other artists are John Lee Hooker, Brownie McGhee, Memphis Minnie & St Louis Jimmy

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The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones. Original UK issue of their first album [Decca LK 4605] 1st pressing, mono, 1964, red unboxed Decca label. The record [matrix numbers 6271 2A/ 4A] is in EX+ condition, shows signs of being played, just a couple of times. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface, with just a couple of light surface marks. The labels are in NM- condition, clean and bright. The sleeve is in a good EX++ condition, clean and tidy, with just a little aging on the reverse side, but nothing major, front laminate in great shape.

The Rolling Stones - Out Of Our Heads, Original UK issue [Decca LK 4733] 1st pressing, mono, 1965, red unboxed Decca label. The record is in EX- condition, shows signs of being played, just a few times. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface, with just a couple of light surface marks. The labels are in EX condition, clean and bright, side two has a couple of spindle scuffs. The sleeve is also in a good EX+ condition, clean and tidy, but with a couple of corner/ edge scuffs, and with just a little aging on the reverse side, but nothing major in either case.

Chuck Berry - signed autograph page by the Rock'n'Roll legend Chuck Berry, signed in the UK, in the early to mid 60's. Very nice clear signiture, signed in a blue pen, a little staining on the page, but does not effect the signiture. The main signed autograph page measures about 110mm x 60mm, it is mounted with two colour photos [re-prints] one on stage and one back stage, already professionally mounted and ready to frame. Very rare and fully genuine autograph of one of the greatest Rock'n'Rollers of the fifties and sixties. Over all size of the mounted autograph & photos is about 470mm x 345mm

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The Uglys - And The Squire Blew His Horn/ Real Good Girl, 1967 UK pressed 7" single, [CBS Records 2933], 'A' Label demo. The demo record is in a good EX+ condition, it is still bright and clean with a good gloss, no skips or jumps, play back is very good. The  'A' Label demo labels are in a EX+ condition, housed in a CBS company sleeve.

The Artwoods - Oh My Love/ Big City, 1965 UK pressed 7" single, Decca Records [F. 12091]. The record is in a good VG+ condition, it is still bright and clean with a good gloss, no skips or jumps, a couple of very light marks, play back is very good. The Decca labels are in a EX condition, housed in a Decca company sleeve.

The Kinks - The Kinks [Pye Records NPL.18096] mono, original UK issue, 1964. The record is in EX+ condition, a good gloss, clean and bright, but with a few light marks, the pink  labels are in EX condition, very clean. The flip back sleeve is in EX- condition, very clean and bright, showing a little aging on the reverse and the opening and corners are a little worn.

King Curtis - The Best of King Curtis. Original US issue [Capitol T2858] mono, 1969, still sealed. As the record is still factory sealed, the item is in Mint unplayed condition, no import 'cut', but it does have the word 'Free' hole punched in the top right hand corner of the sleeve.

Various Artists - On The Scene EP, [Downliners Sect, Animals, Yardbirds, Georgie Fame, The Cheynes, The Cherokees], very rare EP from 1966 on the Columbia Label, SEG 8413 mono, blue/ black Columbia label. The record is in a good VG+ condition, having been played a few times, clean, bright and plays very well, but does get 'stuck' on the track three, side two, The Downliners Sect track, and does have a couple of light marks. The labels are again in a good VG+ condition, clean and bright, but with a little wear and rubbing on side 2. Housed in it's original picture sleeve, which again is in a good VG+ condition, the front is clean but showing a little corner wear and a couple of creases, and the reverse side is quite clean, although showing a little dirt on the flip overs. All in all not a bad example of this rare and very collectable British EP, but it does get stuck on one track.

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