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Mick  Jagger (Rolling Stones) : Lucky in Love, 7" from USA, 1985 Jagger, Mick (Rolling Stones) : Lucky in Love   Country of origin: USA
USA, 1985 - 7" - CBS 38-04893 - promo - PS not in super cond. given away - nm - 10 €

Mick  Jagger (Rolling Stones) : Let's Work, 7" PS from Holland, 1987 Jagger, Mick (Rolling Stones) : Let's Work / Catch As Catch Can   Country of origin: Holland
Holland, 1987 - 7" PS - CBS 651028 7 - PS - vg+/ex - 5 €

Mick  Jagger (Rolling Stones) : She's The Boss, LP from Spain, 1985 Jagger, Mick (Rolling Stones) : She's The Boss Country of origin: Spain
Spain, 1985 - LP - CBS 86310 - original - nm/nm - a small sticker residue on back cover - 10 €

Mick  Jagger (Rolling Stones) : Visions Of Paradise, CDS from Europe, 2001 Jagger, Mick (Rolling Stones) : Visions Of Paradise   Country of origin: Europe
Europe, 2001 - CDS - Virgin 7 24354 62542 8 - exclusive European 2 track single includes the Non-LP / Japanese full length bonus track, 'If Things Could Be Different' - in carboard sleeve - m-/m- - 8 €

Mick Jagger : Hide Away, CDS from Europe, 2002 Jagger, Mick : Hide Away Country of origin: Europe
Europe, 2002 - CDS - Virgin VUSCDJ 249 - promo-only 1-track CDS in cardboard sleeve - made in the EU - ss - 28 €

Mick Jagger : Performance, LP from Germany, 1970 Jagger, Mick : Performance Country of origin: Germany
Germany, 1970 - LP - Warner Brothers WB 46075 - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack LP - very strangely bears the SIAE sign on labels - ex/nm - 25 €

Mick Jagger : Let's Work, 7" PS from UK, 1987 Jagger, Mick : Let's Work / Catch As Catch Can   Country of origin: UK
UK, 1987 - 7" PS - CBS 651028-7 - limited poster sleeve edition - m/m - 18 €

Chris Jagger : Chris Jagger, LP from USA, 1973 Jagger, Chris : Chris Jagger Country of origin: USA
USA, 1973 - LP - Asylum SD 5069 - original 1973 - feat. Mick Jagger, Ian Stewart, Bobby Keys - ex/vg+ - light scuffs - 10 €

Joe Jackson : Beat Crazy, LP from Holland, 1980 Jackson, Joe : Beat Crazy Country of origin: Holland
Holland, 1980 - LP - A&M AMLH 64837 - original - nm/ex - 13 €

Joe Jackson : I'm the Man, 7" PS from UK, 1979 Jackson, Joe : I'm the Man / Come On Country of origin: UK
UK, 1979 - 7" PS - A&M AMS 7479 - 1979 original - ex/nm - sm. sticker tear on back cover - 10 €

Freddie Jackson : Tasty Love, 7" from France Jackson, Freddie : Tasty Love / I Wanna Say I Love You Country of origin: France
France - 7" - Capitol 201472 - test pressing - sleek black labels, dist. into white neutral cover w/ sticker bearing artist and cat.# stamped - m- - 5 €

J. Geils Band : Freeze Frame, LP from France, 1981 J. Geils Band : Freeze Frame Country of origin: France
France, 1981 - LP - EMI 2C 070 400064 - orig. - ex/ex - 10 €

J. Geils Band : YOU'RE GETTIN' EVEN WHILE I'M GETTIN' ODD, LP from Germany, 1984 J. Geils Band : YOU'RE GETTIN' EVEN WHILE I'M GETTIN' ODD Country of origin: Germany
Germany, 1984 - LP - EMI 1C 064 240240 1 - orig. - ex/m- - 10 €

Chris Isaak : same, LP from Germany, 1987 Isaak, Chris : same Country of origin: Germany
Germany, 1987 - LP - Warner Brothers 925536 - ex+/nm - original French sticker on back - 13 €

Iron Butterfly : In-a-gadda-da-vida, LP from France, 1968 Iron Butterfly : In-a-gadda-da-vida Country of origin: France
France, 1968 - LP - Atco 503019 - orange BIEM labels original - different cover from the UK - ex/vg - scuffs - 11 €

IQ : Nomzamo , LP from Holland, 1987 IQ : Nomzamo Country of origin: Holland
Holland, 1987 - LP - Mercury 832141-1 - nm/nm - 14 €

Imhotec : Blue Print, CD from France Imhotec : Blue Print Country of origin: France
France - CD - Delabel DE 4350 - 21-track full promo album in promo cardboard PS - great soul, trad,rap stuff - nm/nm - 12 €

Ike and Tina Turner : Tell Her I'm Not Home, 7" CS from France, 1969 Ike and Tina Turner : Tell Her I'm Not Home / I'm Thru With Love Country of origin: France
France, 1969 - 7" CS - Warner Brothers WV 5070 - vg - sleeve has tears, writing, wol - 7 €

Ich Libido : Ford Intérieure, 7" PS from France, 1984 Ich Libido : Ford Intérieure / Moi   Country of origin: France
France, 1984 - 7" PS - Reflexe FAB 43 - French early 80's punk-rock-psych - original archive copy - discreet promo embossed stamp in a corner - m-/m- - unplayed - 12 €

Ian Hunter : You're Never Alone With a Schizophrenic, LP from UK, 1979 Hunter, Ian : You're Never Alone With a Schizophrenic Country of origin: UK
UK, 1979 - LP - Chrysalis CHR 1214 - original from 1979, prod. by Mick Ronson & Ian Hunter - ex/nm - cover w/ sticker mark (see pix) - 10 €

Hothouse Flowers : People, LP from Holland, 1988 Hothouse Flowers : People Country of origin: Holland
Holland, 1988 - LP - London 828101 - 1988 original LP - lyrics inner sleeve - ex/nm - 10 €

The Horseflies : Hush Little Baby, 7" PS from UK, 1987 The Horseflies : Hush Little Baby / Human Fly Country of origin: UK
UK, 1987 - 7" PS - Rounder FRY4 - rarely seen - ex/nm - nm PS but a small mark of sticker removal downgrading to ex - 8 €

Nicky Hopkins : No More Changes, LP from Canada, 1975 Hopkins, Nicky : No More Changes Country of origin: Canada
Canada, 1975 - LP - Mercury SRM 1 1028 - original - a few scuffs from handling - ex/ex - sol, drill hole - 16 €

John Lee Hooker : Boogie At Russian Hill , CDS from France Hooker, John Lee : Boogie At Russian Hill Country of origin: France
France - CDS - Pointblank - promo-only CDS still sealed - 1995 - 2-tracks c/w I'm Bad like 'Jesse James' - ss - 8 €

John Lee Hooker : I'm John Lee Hooker, LP from France Hooker, John Lee : I'm John Lee Hooker Country of origin: France
France - LP - Vee Jay VJS 1007 - nm/nm - sol - 50 €

Buddy Holly : The Hit Singles Collection, LP from Germany, 1985 Holly, Buddy : The Hit Singles Collection Country of origin: Germany
Germany, 1985 - LP - MCA 252459 - 1985 compilation - m-/m- - top shape - 9 €

The Hollies : Draggin' My Heels, 7" from USA, 1977 The Hollies : Draggin' My Heels Country of origin: USA
USA, 1977 - 7" - EPIC 8-50422 - may be Canadian? promo mono/stereo - vg - dusty - 4 €

Rupert Hine : Immunity, LP from Japan, 1981 Hine, Rupert : Immunity Country of origin: Japan
Japan, 1981 - LP - A&M AMP-28038 - w/ obi and Japanese lyrics insert - promo labels - m-/m- - 30 €

Rupert Hine : Me You Mine, 7" PS from France, 1972 Hine, Rupert : Me You Mine / Ass All   Country of origin: France
France, 1972 - 7" PS - EMI 2C 006 93430 - unique cover and release to France - super rare single from Rupert Hine's first LP 'Pick Up a Bone' on Purple Records - note the misspelling of 'Ine' on labels - m-/m- - 28 €

Rupert Hine : Snakes Don't Dance Fast, 7" from UK, 1976 Hine, Rupert : Snakes Don't Dance Fast / The Hopi Smile  Country of origin: UK
UK, 1976 - 7" - Electric WOT 8 - demo copy - all vocal record - non-album track, nerver issued on CD nor LP - a handful made, in the UK only, very scarce! - m- - 35 €

Rupert Hine : The Set Up, 7" from UK, 1982 Hine, Rupert : The Set Up / Kwok's Quease   Country of origin: UK
UK, 1982 - 7" - A&M AMS 8206 - white label testpressing - m- - 30 €

Rupert Hine : Misplaced Love, 7" PS from Italy, 1981 Hine, Rupert : Misplaced Love / Psycho-surrender   Country of origin: Italy
Italy, 1981 - 7" PS - A&M AMS 9119 - different cover than the Dutch one - nm/nm - 10 €

Rupert Hine : Immunity, LP from Australia, 1981 Hine, Rupert : Immunity   Country of origin: Australia
Australia, 1981 - LP - A&M L 37572 - original w/ lyrics inner sleeve - beautiful album - nm/nm - sol - 12 €

Steve  Hillage (Gong) : Kamikaze Eyes, 7" from France, 1983 Hillage, Steve (Gong) : Kamikaze Eyes Country of origin: France
France, 1983 - 7" - Virgin SA 1079 - promo-only 1-sided 45 - issued in neutral sleeve - m- - sleeve in vg+ - 12 €

Steve Hillage : Green, LP from France, 1978 Hillage, Steve : Green Country of origin: France
France, 1978 - LP - Virgin 2473747 - original green labels w/ insert credits sheet - vg+/ex - 9 €

John Hiatt : Bring The Family, LP from Spain, 1987 Hiatt, John : Bring The Family Country of origin: Spain
Spain, 1987 - LP - A&M 395158-1 - original LP from 1987, Spanish pressing - ex/ex - 10 €

Mike Heron : Smiling Men With Bad Reputations, LP from USA, 1972 Heron, Mike : Smiling Men With Bad Reputations Country of origin: USA
USA, 1972 - LP - Elektra 74093 - original stereo - former Incredible String Band Member. Guests include: John Cale, Richard Thompson and other Fairport Convention members - nm/nm - small cut on bottom right corner - 15 €

Herman's Hermits : Traveling Light, postcard from Poland, 1981 Herman's Hermits : Traveling Light   Country of origin: Poland
Poland, 1981 - postcard - Biuro Wydawnicze Ruch 4788-1-63 - 14x10cm musical postcard - band name stamped on the back - no date specified but estimated from 1981 - this should be considered as novelty, do NOT buy this card for its musical value. Such cards are difficult to play and the sound quality is very low. If you intend to play it, weighting it to an old record on the turntable and/or increasing the tracking pressure may help, but it may still sound scratchy. The text below if from Goldmine mag. online: POLISH POSTCARDS Although the so-called Polish Postcard singles are widely considered an aspect of flexidisc collecting, the sheer range and novelty of available issues has established them as a firm, if difficult, theme in their own right. Little firm data has been published surrounding these exotic issues’ origins and development. The majority were produced by the Polpress label and are sometimes inaccurately described as pirate productions, in that the music was not licensed from the western copyright holders. However, as one of the few rock-music media readily available to Polish youth during the Communist era, their status as items of social history necessarily outweighs any legal issues. Polish Postcard records seem to date back to the 1960s, when Mary Hopkin’s “Bylie Taki Dni” (“Those Were The Days”) was paired with the Ohio Express’ untranslatable “Yummy Yummy Yummy” for an issue much sought after by Apple label collectors. Other known issues from this early period include Procol Harum, The Doors and Pink Floyd. Many of the discs (which are, of course, shaped and manufactured to the specifications of a regular picture postcard, then embossed with two musical tracks) frequently bear images completely unrelated to their subject — cartoons, street scenes, greetings and so forth. It also appears that “new” postcards were not always produced; many postcard singles exist pressed onto cards which clearly predate the song’s recording — a 1920s view of Warsaw, for example, playing a 1970s Deep Purple song. Neither was Poland the only Communist bloc nation issuing music in this form. The Soviet Union itself saw a number of postcard singles issued by the Moscow Photo/Cinema Organization during the late 1960s, measuring some 9½” across and playing at 78 rpm. These cards, too, tend to offer totally unrelated images on the postcard side. Another characteristic of these issues is their extremely limited availability. Some press runs were as tiny as 50 copies. One should also be aware that automatic record players — that is, those whose mechanism automatically returns the playing arm to its rest upon reaching the end of the record — are unable to play them, as the postcard record begins where a conventional 45’s label would lie. Entire LPs were produced in the postcard medium, two songs per card. For obvious reasons, complete sets are extremely rare and highly valued today, particularly those still contained within their own original packaging. Many cards, individual and otherwise, were issued in “picture sleeve” envelopes or wrappers, bearing the artist and song title. Several Pink Floyd titles are known in this format, including the albums Dark Side Of The Moon and Meddle, and a unique compilation, Super Floyd. (Pink Floyd themselves utilized the wrapper format as packaging for the set of non-musical postcards included within their Shine On box set. ) Polish postcard releases, while actively traded, are nevertheless extremely difficult to find. Many collectors might spend their entire lives without ever finding one through their traditional record-hunting channels. However, shift one’s focus away from record collecting and into the realms of cartophily (postcard collecting) and some finds can be made. Many card dealers have sections of novelty and musical postcards, and while these tend to be dominated by mass-produced American issues, playing state anthems and songs for tourists and the like, more esoteric items abound. - ex - title printed on the back - 8 €

Herman's Hermits : East West, 7" PS from Germany, 1973 Herman's Hermits : East West / What Is Wrong, What Is Right Country of origin: Germany
Germany, 1973 - 7" PS - Columbia C23377 - 1973 rare - nm/ex - 10 €

The  Herd (Peter Frampton) : Our Fairy Tale, 7" from USA, 1968 Herd, The (Peter Frampton) : Our Fairy Tale / I Dont Want Our Loving To Die Country of origin: USA
USA, 1968 - 7" - Fontana F-1618 - original - coupled with 'I Dont Want Our Loving To Die' - vg+ - 10 €

Jimi Hendrix : Crosstown Traffic, 7" flexi from Poland, 1971 Hendrix, Jimi : Crosstown Traffic Country of origin: Poland
Poland, 1971 - 7" flexi - Biuro Wydawnicze 'Ruch' G11/71 - rare 1-sided postcard flexi - novelty item! Sound is probably not good ! - vg- - 12 €

Jimi Hendrix : Strange Things, LP from France, 1974 Hendrix, Jimi : Strange Things Country of origin: France
France, 1974 - LP - Music For Pleasure 2M 046 95397 - w/ Curtis Knight - 1974 orig. release - nm/nm - sol - 13 €

Jimi Hendrix : Rare Hendrix, LP from France Hendrix, Jimi : Rare Hendrix Country of origin: France
France - LP - Explosive 558002 - Rare 70's issue on small label company - nm/nm - sol - 18 €

Jimi Hendrix : War Heroes, LP from France, 1970 Hendrix, Jimi : War Heroes Country of origin: France
France, 1970 - LP - Barclay 80467 - original - nm/nm - sol - 20 €

Jimi Hendrix : Electric Ladyland, LPx2 from France Hendrix, Jimi : Electric Ladyland Country of origin: France
France - LPx2 - Barclay 920061 - gatefold cover - 'fire' Barclay labels - ex+/ex - smallest damage near opening side on the back (see pix) else fantastic copy; immaculate labels, no writing, no seam split, no sticker, etc; - 65 €

Jimi Hendrix : Strange Things, LP from France, 1974 Hendrix, Jimi : Strange Things Country of origin: France
France, 1974 - LP - Music For Pleasure 2M 046 95397 - w/ Curtis Knight - 1974 orig. release - ex+/nm - 11 €

Murray Head : Between Us, LP from France, 1979 Head, Murray : Between Us Country of origin: France
France, 1979 - LP - Philips 9101725 - Produced by Rupert Hine - w/ extra French lyrics insert - nm/ex - light scuffs - 10 €

Haysi Fantayzee : John Wayne Is Big Leggy , 7" PS from UK, 1982 Haysi Fantayzee : John Wayne Is Big Leggy / Sabres of Paradise   Country of origin: UK
UK, 1982 - 7" PS - Regard Records RG 100 - vg+/vg+ - 5 €

Ronnie Hawkins : Mary Lou, 7" PS from USA Hawkins, Ronnie : Mary Lou Country of origin: USA
USA - 7" PS - Roulette 4177 - no record, sleeve only - reprint from the late 70's - m - 10 €

Jerry  Harrison (Talking Heads) : Casual Gods, 7" PS from UK, 1988 Harrison, Jerry (Talking Heads) : Casual Gods   Country of origin: UK
UK, 1988 - 7" PS - Fontana JERRY1 - Jerry Harrison: Casual Gods. The name The Casual Gods was used from 1988 by Talking Heads' Jerry Harrison in an attempt to create a new "band" identity by linking it to his previous record - c/w 'Bobby (Aboriginal Mix)' - nm/nm - 9 €


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