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45 RARE VINTAGE 45RPM VINYL RECORDS OF 50s/60s & 2 RECORD BOOKS - $100 (Downtown Toronto)

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VINTAGE RARE FORTY-FIVE 45 RPM VINYL RECORDS FROM THE 1950s & 1960s & 2 RECORD BOOKS

There are 2 books for to store records with sleeves for each 45

Popular artists and songs of that era

45 TITLES INCLUDE:
JIMMY GILMER – Quality Records – “My Heart Is Free” and “Sugar Shack”
JIMMY GILMER – Quality Records – “When My Tears Have Dried” and “Daisy Petal Pickin’”
FABIAN – REO – “Tiger” and “Mighty Cold (To A Warm, Warm Heart)”
THE COASTERS – ATCO Records – “Charlie Brown” and “Three Cool Cats”
CONWAY TWITTY – MGM – “Ill Try” and “It’s Only Make Believe”
PAUL ANKA – Sparton – “Don’t Ever Leave Me” and “Put Your Head of My Shoulder”
DANNY & THE JUNIORS – Sparton – “School Boy Romance” and “Rock and Roll Is Here To Stay”
ROY ORBINSON – Monument Records – “Only The Lonely” and “Here Comes That Song Again”
ELVIS PRESLEY – RCA Victor – “Stuck On You” and “Fame and Fortune”
MARK DINNING – MGM – “Bye Now Baby” and “Teen Angel”
CONNIE FRANCIS - MGM – “Frannkie” and “Lipstick on My Collar”
JOHNNY PRESTON – Mercury – “My Heart Knows” and “Running Bear”
THE DRIFTERS – Atlantic – “Save the Last Dance For Me” and “Nobody But Me”
JIMMIE ROGERS – Apex – “Honeycomb” and “Their Hearts Were Full of Spring”
READING RECORD by Anne Lloyd – Gold Records – “The Three Bears” Part one & two
JOHNNY RIVERS – Polydor – “Swayin To The Music (Slow Dancing)” and “Outside Help”
JOHNNY TILLOTSON – MGM – “Talk Back Trembling Lips” and “Another You”
PAUL ANKA – Sparton – “Your Love” and “Lonely Boy”
SHEB WOOLEY – MGM – “I Can’t Believe You’re Mine” and “The Purple People Eater”
CLAUDE KING – Columbia – “Woolverton Mountain” and “Little Bitty Heart”
JACK SCOTT – Top Rank International – “What In The World’s Com Over You” and “Baby, Baby”
WAYNE NEWTON – Capitol Records – “If I Only Had Song to Sing” an “Sunny Day Girl”
RONNIE HAWKINS – Apex – “Mary Lou” and “I Nee Your Love”
BOBBY VINTON – Epic – “Is There a Place” and “Blue Velvet”
JOE SOUTH AND THE BELIEVERS – Capitol Records – “Walk a Mile in my Shoes” and “Shelter”
GUY MITCHELL – Columbia – “Heartache by the Numbers” and “Two”
BILLIE AND LILLIE – “Quality” and “La De Dah” and “The Monster”
TENDER SLIM – Barrel – “Hey Joe!” an “Teenage Hayride”
JOHNNY HORTON – Columbia – “The Battle of New Orleans” and “All for the Love of a Girl”
B.B. KING – ABC/Dunhill Records – “Lucille’s Granny” and “I Got Some Help I Don’t Need”
CARL DOBKINS Jr. – Delta – “Lucky Devil” and “In My Heart”
MADRIGAL – Yo Tuesday/Quality Records – “Hallelujah” and “Freedom”
JAN & ARNIE – Quality – “Gotta Getta Date” and “Jenni Lee”
THE PEACHES – Realistic – “We Care About What You Hear” and “Ain’t A Girl Allowed To Cry”
BRENDA LEE – Decca – “Your Used To Be” and “She’ll Never Know”
THE KINGSTON TRIO – Capitol Records – “Reverend Mr. Black” and “One More Round”
NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND – United Artists Records – “Orage Blossom Special” and “Grand Ole Opry Song”
BRENDA LEE – Decca – “Sweet Nothing’s” and “Weep No More My Baby”
PHIL PHILLIPS – Mercury – “Sea of Love” and “Juella”
THE EVERLY BROTHERS – Apex – “(Til) I Kissed You” and “Oh! What a Feeling”
BOBBY DARIN – Atco Records – “Dream Lover” and “Bullmoose”
STEVIE WONDER – Tamala Motown – “Superwoman (Where Were You Whn I Needed You)” and “I Love Every Little Thing You Do”
JIMMY CLANTON – REO – “Go Jimmy Go” and “I Trusted You”
BRENDA LEE – Decca – “Lonely Lonely Lonely Me” and “As Usual”
SONGS FROM‘TIJUANA COUNTRY – Syndicate Records – 1. La Ploma, 2. Londonderry Air, 3. Swanee River, 4. Jambalaya, 5. Beautiful Dreamer, 6. Greensleeves

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No delivery, shipping or store/coffee shop/street meet ups

Must purchase all records together – no individual sales or small lots
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