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OtisettesEverything You Said Came True (mono, stereo) ... 7-inch
Epic, 1972. Near Mint- ... $14.99
Featured with the Johnny Otis Show. 7-inch, Vinyl record

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Ronnie Spector & The E Street BandSay Goodbye To Hollywood/Baby Please Don't Go ... 7-inch
Epic (UK), Late 70s. Very Good+ ... $0.99
Ronnie Spector sings with the E Street Band in all their 70s glory – on a record that helped the former girl group legend to regain some of her greatness! Steve Van Zant produced, and titles include "Say Goodbye To Hollywood" – which was written by Billy Joel – and a version of "Baby Please Don't Go". 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Small hole UK pressing in an Epic sleeve. Sleeve and label have some sticker remnants.)

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Luther VandrossTil My Baby Comes Home (voc, inst) ... 7-inch
Epic, 1985. Very Good (pic cover)... $0.99
7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Erma FranklinTime After Time/Don't Wait Too Long ... 7-inch
Epic, Mid 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Sly & The Family StoneEveryday People/Sing A Simple Song ... 7-inch
Epic, 1968. Used ... Out Of Stock
History in the making! Both cuts are classics from Sly Stone – with a revolutionary groove that forever changed the face of soul music! Excellent groovers both – a back to back funky soul classic! 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Labels have a bit of pen.)
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✨✧ Jimi HendrixCan You Please Crawl Out Your Window?/Burning Of The Midnight Lamp ... 7-inch
Legacy/Sundazed, 1967. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Rare 1967 BBC Sessions from Hendrix! Includes a cover of Dylan's "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" from the BBC Radio's Rhythm And Blues on October 17, 1967 – plus a newly unearthed take on Hendrix's own "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" as performed on Top Of The Pops on August 24, 1967. The epic backdrop of Mitch Mitchell's drums and Noel Redding's bass are so underappreciated these days, though there's no overlooking how incredible Jimi is out front. Hendrix plays a bit of harpsichord here, too! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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