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09/21/2020 03:23 PM
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(59) OLD 33 RPM RECORDS ( 1950S-60S) + (29) FRENCH RECORDS

Age. 1950s 1970s
Composition. Vinyl, paper
Size. 33 RPM
Rating: 8 7 6
Comments. This lot features such a great artist as Buddy Holly, Elvis, Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson, Richie Valens, Brenda Lee, Jack Scott, the Everly Brothers, Sandy Posey, Johnny Burnette, Leroy van Dyke, Brian Hyland, CCR, Springsteen and more. Also included are Western artists Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Marty Robbins, Charlie Pride, Buck Owens, Gentleman Jim Reeves, Smiley Bates, Johnny Horton, Eddy Poirer and more. There is even a lot of French Canadian records that includes Les Classels, Marie, Marcel Martel, Larry Robichaud and more. There are even some compilation records from both sides of the border. Everything appears in good shape with normal use wear, have cover wear, could have some split edges on the covers and soiling. Age, artist and conditions vary so please preview or contact us for more info. Get ready to rock around the clock when rock n roll was young with this lot.

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