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✨✧ James CarrOnly Fools Run Away/You Don't Want Me ... 7-inch
Goldwax, 1964. Good ... $4.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Yellow label pressing.)

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✨✧ Amanda LoveI Don't Mind/You Keep Calling Me By Her Name ... 7-inch
Starville, Mid 60s. Good ... $7.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Yellow label pressing with the small stars.)

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✨✧ Jimmy DelphsAlmost/Don't Sign The Paper Baby ... 7-inch
Karen, Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
This is the reason you buy rare soul singles! "Almost" is one of the best 45-only soul tracks we've ever heard. It's got fantastic vocals, amazing production, and a hook that just won't quit. Jimmy's a really incredible singer, and Detroit genius Ollie McLaughlin produced the track with a sound that's both hard and sweet. "Don't Sign The Papers" is pretty darn fantastic, too – with harder vocals by Jimmy, on a set of lyrics sung by a guy who's begging his wife not to finalize the divorce! Wonderful stuff all around, and a killer-diller of a single. 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Red & yellow label pressing.)

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✨✧ Five Du-TonesShake A Tail Feather/Divorce Court ... 7-inch
One Der Ful, Early 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
We hardly need to tell you about "Shake a Tail Feather", one of the Chicago soul classics from the early 60's. "Divorce Court" is sort of a goofy track about being in Divorce Court. Kinda Coasters-like, and nice and silly. 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Yellow swirl label pressing.)

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✨✧ Basil KirchinSilicon Chip/Silicon Sessions 1 to 9 ... 7-inch
Trunk (UK), 1979. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Really surprising sounds from Basil Kirchin – especially if you only know his moodier soundscapes, and some of his darker-edged soundtrack work! "Silicon Chip" is actually an upbeat, catchy bit of British electro pop – the kind of tune that would be right at home in the Human League generation – and maybe a bit ahead of its time, given the 1979 recording date! The track's got a catchy vocal, lots of synth, and a nice little groove – and it's backed by a set of electronics that are more spare, and almost in a Yellow Magic Orchestra mode! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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