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Joe Tex :
That's Your Baby
Portugal, 1969 - 7" EP - Atlantic EP-02-56 - 4-track original 1969 EP - yellow and black Atlantic labels - unplayed - c/w 'Sweet Sweet Woman' /... click on item for more... - nm/nm - small round sticker tear on 1 back flap - 35 € [all items by this artist]
from the Art Ensemble of Chicago Roscoe Mitchell :
France, 1966 - LP - Goody GY 30004 - Recorded 1966, Sound Studios, Inc., Chicago. Bass - Malachi Favors, Drums - Alvin Fielder, Engineer... click on item for more... - nm/nm - sol - 25 € [all items by this artist]
|Paint It, Black |
France, 1973 - 7" PS - Decca GHP 84089 - rare number from the Golden Hit Parade series, thin paper cover, back dated 'B-10' - m-/m - 36 €
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All items are in near mint (nm) condition (highest grade), unless stated.
When 2 grades appear, cover is graded first, then record.
Nanook uses a conservative European grading : ss - nm - ex - vg - g, with (+) or (-) indicating slightly better or worse for each grade below nm.
Abreviations are used as follows:
- PS = picture sleeve
- CS = company sleeve
- SS = still sealed
- poc = push-out center label
- noc = no original center
- tol = tear on label
- wo(b)c = writing on (back) cover
- wol = writing on label
- sol / soc= sticker on label / cover
- wlp = white label promo
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Listen! 7" & mag - EMI VINYL LYN 13214 - promo-only ultra-rare clear 1-sided flexi disc given free w/ 'Vinyl' magazine (issue #11 from June 1983) - Mick Jagger speaks in French to promote the movie 'Let's Spend The Night Together' over a Rolling Stones medley - unique to France and official!