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    Any interest in non-dance older vinyl?

    I have a collection I'm going to take off to sell at Dimple or another local record shop if there is no interest here. I have some very good blues, jazz, r&b stuff and more.

    Here are some of the artists, and specific albums where I think they might be of particular note. I have a lot of lesser known stuff and garbage (example: Mantovani or 101 Strings)...

    Howlin' Wolf (concerned because at this moment I can't locate this one. I know it is here somewhere. It is probably the most valuable of these records - Chess 1469 IIRC - per an ebay scan of completed auctions a while back, I guestimated its value at $150.)

    BB King
    John Lee Hooker (CHESS LP 1438)
    Jimmy Reed
    Cannonball Adderly
    Nancy Wilson
    Aretha Franklin
    Nina Simone
    John Coltrane (including Blue Train BLUE NOTE 1577 and Soultrane PRESTIGE 7142)
    Brownie McGhee
    Thelonius Monk
    Milt Jackson
    Max Roach & Clifford Brown
    Sonny Criss
    Stan Getz
    Miles Davis
    Dave Brubeck
    Stan Kenton
    Pete Fountain
    Herb Alpert and his Tijuana Brass - Whipped Cream & Other Delights
    Chico Hamilton
    Mel Torme
    Harry Belafonte
    Bobby Darin
    Jerry Lee Lewis
    Frank Sinatra
    Glen Campbell
    Dean Martin
    Perry Como
    Tony Bennett
    The Righteous Brothers

    Some significant Rock LP's too

    Creedence Clearwater Rivival - Green River
    Vanilla Fudge - self titled
    Donovan - Sunshine Superman
    Love Stinks - signed by band members except Peter Wolf

    Eurythmics - Would I Lie to you 12" marked not for sale, play time on both sides 4:59, picked this one up at a thrift store a while back. Most of the others are from my mom's collection or my own, all purchased new.

    Jefferson Airplane - Flight Log (selected songs from 66 to 76 on Grunt Records) double album

    The Beatles - Rarities - Parlophone - I love the German versions of "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" and "She Loves You", also has "Across the Universe" but not the version from "Let It Be", "This Boy" which wasn't released on an album AFAIK but was the bside to "I Want To Hold Your Hand"..much more

    Have quite a few Rock titles from very familiar bands like Led Zeppelin, Ted Nugent, The Cars, and The Eagles. Not going to list them all but if you're looking for rock vinyl, hit me up with specifics. I don't see these as being big.

    Comedy
    Steve Martin
    George Carlin (lots)
    Robin Williams
    and signed Bill Cosby

    EDIT: Add Michael Jackson - Off The Wall and
    78 rpm album of records, Tex Ritter with songs like "San Antonio Rose" and "Blood on the Saddle" - Capitol Records
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    How much are you asking for these?

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