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45s VINYL RECORDS FROM 1970/80s (43 RECORDS) - $100 (Downtown Toronto)

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media type: vinyl

VINTAGE FORTY-THREE 45 RPM RECORDS FROM THE 1970s AND 1980s

Some have scratches

Records need a good cleaning

45s TITLES INCLUDE:
BEE GEES -- RSO -- 1986 – “How Deep Is Your Love” and “Can’t Keep a Good Man Down”
MARTHA & THE MUFFINS – Virgin Records – 1980 – “Echo Beach” and “Teddy The Dink”
FOREIGNER – Atlantic – 1977 – “Cold As Ice” and “I Need You”
QUEEN – Elektra – 1979 – “A Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “Spread Your Wings”
BLONDIE – Chrysalis – 1980 – “Call Me” and “Call Me Instrumental”
COMMOORES – Motown – 1975 – “Look What You’ve Done To Me” and “Three Times A Lady”
AEROSMITH – Columbia – 1978 – “Come Together” and “Kings and Queens”
CHEAP TRICK – Epic – 1980 – “Everting Works If You Let It” (only 1 side taped)
STEVE MILLER BAND – Capitol 1977 – “Swingtown” and “Winter Time”
ALICE COOPER – Warner Bros. – 1980 – “Clones (We’re All)” and “Model Citizen”
THE EDGAR WINTER GROUP – Epic – 1972 – “Free Ride” and “Catching Up”
EAGLES -- Asylum Records – 1979 – “Teenage Jail” and “Heartache Tonight”
STEVE FORBERT – Epic – 1979 – “Romeo’s Tune” and “Make It All So Real”
HOT CHOCOLATE – Infinity Records – 1979 – “Power of Love” and “Every I’s a Winner”
RAY PARKER JR.– Arista – 1984 – “Ghostbusters” Side 1 & 2 instrumental)
TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS – Backstreet Records – 1979 – “Casa Dega” and “Don’t Do Me Like That”
STEELY DAN – ABC Records – 1977 – “I Got The News” and “Peg”
WALTER EGAN – Columbia – 1977 – “Tunnel O’ Love” and “Magnet and Steel”
MECO – Millenium – 1977 – “Star Wars Theme Cantina Band” and “Funk”
PETER FRAMPTON – A&M Records – 1977 – “Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours” and “Rocky’s Hot Club”
GERRY RAFFERTY – United Artist Records – 1978 – “Baker Street” and “City To City”
CHIC – Atlantic – 1978 – “Le Freak” and “Savoir Faire”
CHICAGO – Columbia – 1977 – “Takin’ It On Uptown” and “Baby What A Big Surprise”
PINK FLOYD – CBS Records – 1979 – “Another Brick in the Wall” and “One of My Turns”
WET WILLIE – Epic – 1979 – “Weekend” and “Mr. Streamline”
THE J. GEILS BAND – EMI America – 1980 – “Till the Walls Come Tumblin’ Down” and “Love Stinks”
LEO SAYER – Warner Bros Records – “How Much Love” and “Hear the Laughter”
TOTO – Columbia – 1978 – “Hold The Line” and “Takin’ It Back”
DAVE MASON – Columbia – 1977 – “Mystic Traveler” and “We Just Disagree”
GARY NUMAN – BB – 1979 – “Cars” and “Metal”
JOE WALSH – Asylum Records – 1978 – “Theme from Boat Weirdos” and “Life’s Been Good”
BEE GEES – RSO – 1977 – “If I Can’t Have You” and “Stayin’ Alive”
BEE GEES – RSO – 1977 – “Down the Road” and “Night Fever”
ANDY GIBB – RSO – 1977 – “Words and More” and “(Love Is) Thicker Than Water”
THE KNACK – Capitol – 1979 – “My Sharona” and “Let Me Out”
STYX – A&M Records – 1978 – Sing For The Day” and “Renegade”
IAN MATTHEWS - Mushroom Records – 1978 – “Shake It” and “Stealin’ Home”
SAMANTHA SANG – Private Stock – 1977 – “When Love Is Gone” and “Emotion”
THE B52s – Warner Bros. Records – 1979 – “6060-842" and “Rock Lobster”
NICK GILDER – Chhrysalis – 1977 – “Hot Child in the City” and “Backstreet Noise”
PABLO CRUISE – A&M Records – 1978 – “I Go To Rio” and “Raging Fire”
CRYSTAL GAYLE – United Artists Records – 1977 – “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” and “It’s Alright With Me”
NILSSON – RCA – 1973 – “As Time Goes By” and “Jennie Lee”

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Must purchase all records – No individual sales or small
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