The Strange Bros. Show - Right On/ Shakey Jakes, original U.S. 7" Promo single release on Sire Records SI 4120. Rare and excellent Northern Soul recording. The record is in NM- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the orange Sire labels are in NM- condition, although one side does have a small round 9cent sticker on it, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original orange London sleeve.

Maceo And All the King's Men - Got To Get'cha/ [I remember] Mr. Banks, original U.S. 7" single release on House Of The Fox Records HOF-1. Rare and excellent Northern Soul recording. The record is in NM- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the yellow House Of The Fox labels are in NM- condition, although one side does have a small round 9cent sticker on it, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original plain white sleeve.

The Soul Invaders - The Price Of Love/ [little Sherman & The Mod Swingers] The Price of Love, original U.S. 7" single release on Sagport Records SP-106 in the 60's. rare and excellent Northern Soul recording. The record is in NM- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the dark blue Sagport labels are in NM- condition, although one side does have a small round 9cent sticker on it, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original brown sleeve.

McKinley Travis - Baby, Is There Something On Your Mind/ You've Got It And I Want It, original U.S. 7" single release on Pride Records PR-2 in the 60's. Good Northern Soul recording. The record is in NM- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the colourful Pride labels are in NM- condition, although one side does have a small round 9cent sticker on it, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original brown sleeve.

? [Question Mark] & The Mysterians - Can't Get Enough Of You Baby/ Smokes, original U.S. 7" single release on Cameo Parkway Records C-467 in 1967. Good Northern Soul recording. The record is in NM- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the colourful Cameo Parkway labels are in NM- condition, although one side does have a small round 9cent sticker on it, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original Cameo Parkway sleeve.

? [Question Mark] & The Mysterians - Girl [You Captivate Me]/ Got To, original U.S. 7" single release on Cameo Parkway Records C-479 in 1967. Good Northern Soul recording. The record is in NM- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the colourful Cameo Parkway labels are in NM- condition, although one side does have a small round 9cent sticker on it, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original Cameo Parkway sleeve.

Denise Chandler [Denise Williams] - Love Is Tears/ I'm Walking Away, original U.S. 7" single release on Lock Records L752-1245 in mid 60's. Very desirable Northern Soul & Funk recording. The record is in NM- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the colourful Lock labels are in NM- condition, although one side does have a small round 9cent sticker on it, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original brown sleeve.

Faron's Flamingos - See If She Cares/ Do You Love Me, original UK 7" single release on Oriole Records 45-CB 1834 in 1963. The record is in EX condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the black & yellow Oriole labels are in NM- condition, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original Oriole company yellow sleeve.

Mary Wells - You Lost The Sweetest Boy/ What's Easy For Two Is Hard For One, original UK 7" single release on Stateside Records SS 242 in 1963. The record is in EX+ condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the labels are in NM condition, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original Stateside company blue sleeve. Difficult to find a better copy.

The Special A.K.A. - Gangsters/ The Selecter - The Selecter, original 1st UK press on the Two Tone paper label, TT1 / TT2 from 1979, matrix number TT1-3 and TT2-1 rare first pressing. The vinyl is in EX- condition, with just a couple of light marks, still bright and clean, the labels again in EX+ condition and also being very clean and without any tears of writing. Comes c/w the original Two Tone paper company sleeve.

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