Prince Of Darkness - Burial Of Longshot [Pt 1]/ Burial Of Longshot [Pt. 11] [Down Town Records DT 441] UK 1969 - rare reggae single. The record is in a EX++ condition, very bright and clean and still with a very high gloss. The labels are in NM condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a plian white sleeve.

Symarip - Skinhead Moon Stomp/ Must Catch A Train, 1969 UK pressed 7" single, [Treasure Isle Records TI-7050]. The record is in a good EX- 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 Treasure Isle labels are in a EX+ condition, housed in a plain white sleeve.

The Mohawks - Let It Be/ Looking Back, 1970 UK pressed 7" single, Supreme Records [SUP 204]. 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 Supreme labels are in a VG+ condition, housed in a plian white sleeve.

The Mohawks - The Champ/ Baby Holdon, 1968 UK pressed 7" single, Pama Records [PM 719]. Double 'A' side version, rare. The record is in a good EX- 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 purple Pama labels are in a EX condition, with no tears on them, housed in a plian white sleeve.

Norman T Washington - Last Good-Bye/ Mothers Love, 1970 UK pressed 7" single, [Punch Records PH 31]. The record is in NM- condition, it is still bright and very clean with a high gloss. The red and blue labels are also in a NM- condition, the labels have no writting or tears on them, housed in a plain white sleeve, a rare reggae single.

The Upsetters - The Vampire/ Check Him Out [The Bleechers], original 1969 UK issue, [Upsetter Records US-317], labels reversed. The record is in EX condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss. The labels are also in a EX condition, and are also bright and very clean, has a small pen mark on the 'B' side, housed in a plain sleeve.

Winston Groovy - What You Gonna Do/ Why Did You Leave, original 1972 UK issue, [Pama Supreme Records PS 349]. The record is in NM condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss. The labels are also in a NM condition, and are also bright and very clean, with no writting, housed in a plain sleeve.

Barbara Jones - Slim Boy/ Walk Through This World, original 1975 UK issue, [Attack Records ATT 8114]. The record is in NM condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss. The labels are also in a NM condition, and are also bright and very clean, with no writting, housed in a plain sleeve.

Jimmy London - Till I Kiss You/ Kiss [version], original 1974 UK issue, [Ackee Records ACK 531]. The record is in NM condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss. The labels are also in a NM condition, and are also bright and very clean, with no writting, housed in a plain sleeve.

Roman Stewart - Wolverton Mountain/ Version [Carl Pitterson All Stars], original 1975 UK issue, [Camel Records CA 2002]. The record is in NM condition, and is still very bright and clean with a high gloss. The labels are also in a NM condition, and are also bright and very clean, with no writting, housed in a plain sleeve.

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