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60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc

60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc
60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc

60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc

12 Vinyl Record Lot, I counted 125. + 2 small single albums without covers. I'll do another count soon and update.

Majority seems to be 80's Rock German Presses and USA Presses. This is two boxes of old vinyl records.

I have not thoroughly inspected each one yet. By that, I mean documenting each one...

Deadwax etches, stamps, bar codes, condition of everything, which ones come with a protective sheath for the cover and the vinyl, etc. I'm almost done with one box. They are alphabetized, therefore so are my notes. I have been inspecting them one by one, writing down the dead wax/Matrix stamps, etches, condition of the vinyl itself, condition of the cover, and if the original sleeve is present or not. So far, almost all of the vinyl records are in good to excellent condition.

The covers range from fair to excellent condition. The sleeves range from good to excellent condition. All of these are 12 vinyls except for two 7 inch?

Neither one of those have a cover or sleeve. One is a Beatles Penny Lane, and the other is a 1973 Elton John & Kiki Dee. Those two little ones are not in great shape to me. They look like they have surface scratches.

I don't know a whole lot about vinyl records. I do know how to properly handle them. The previous owner had those two individually wrapped in a large protective sleeve, and tucked away inside of another album cover.

So far, I've found one or two Robert Ludwig initialed albums. The Billy Joel Piano Man album has me intrigued, because, in the dead wax there is an unknown name to me, "anna" etched in cursive. I can't figure out who that is! & German Presses, some Holland, Great Britain. Genre is mostly rock, with a few country, and German children story albums.

I will update this description as soon as possible with a list. Also, my uncle's friend had built this collection over many years.

I'd rather not break it up, nor do I want to continue to document each one of these LOL.... This is very tedious work when you have little kids running around all day. Don't get me wrong, going through each one of these & deciphering dead wax is a ton of fun... My children are too young to understand, leave mom alone while she plays with her records. Whichever is easier for you and/or UPS. Update : Here is a list of the 12 albums in this collection. Minus the German Children's Story ones and the two small records, The Beatles-Penny Lane & the Elton John & Kiki Dee album. Please understand, this is very time consuming. Typing the information below is to give you a better visual of what you are getting in this collection. The etched names & initials below are some of the ones that grabbed my attention the most. Aerosmith Greatest Hits, 1980, U. The Alan Parsons Project, Ammonia Ave, 1984, U. The Best of The Alan Parsons Project, 1983, German Press, media good-protective sleeve, cover good-gatefold-DMM sticker. Al Martino, My Cherie, 1965, Great Britain Press, ST 2362, media excellent-in original sleeve, cover good-in opened plastic-previous owner initials. Al Martino, This Love for You, 1967, Great Britain Press, ST 2654, media excellent, cover excellent. Boston, 1976, Holland Press, EPC 32038, media excellent-protective sleeve, cover worn edges.

Pat Benatar, Crimes Of Passion, 1980. Bruce Springsteen, The Wild The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle, 1973, Holland Press, CBS 32363, media excellent-protective sleeve, cover good-a little damage on the bottom edge. Bruce Springsteen, Greetings From Asbury Park N. 1975, Holland Press, CBS 32210, media excellent-protective sleeve-original sleeve present, cover good-in protective sleeve.

Bruce Springsteen, Darkness On The Edge Of Town, 1978, Holland Press, CBS 86061, media excellent-protective sleeve-original sleeve present-lyric sheet present, cover very good-in protective sleeve. Bruce Springsteen, Nebraska, 1982, Holland Press, CBS 25100, media excellent-original sleeve, cover good-gatefold. Bruce Springsteen, Cover Me, 1984, U. Bob Seger, Stranger In Town, ?

German Press, media excellent-protective sleeve-original sleeve present, poster insert present, cover good. Bob Seger, Against The Wind, 1980, U. Billy Joel, Piano Man, 1973, U. Press, media excellent-protective sleeve, gatefold-cover a little worn mostly edges, Deadwax etches name & initials: OTAP (I probably read the letter wrong, but, that's what it looks like to me), PR, SP. Bad Company, Straight Shooter, 1974, German Press, media excellent-protective sleeve-original sleeve present, cover good worn edges. Brenda Lee, Let Me Sing, ? Bobbie Gentry, Ode To Billie Joe, ? ST 2830, media very good-original sleeve present, cover good-still partially in thin plastic. Billy Squier, Don't Say No, 1981, U.

Press, BC: 7777- 12146-1, media excellent-protective sleeve, cover worn. Bryan Adams, Cuts Like A Knife, 1983, U. Billy Walker, A Million To One, 1966, U. Press, SLP 18047, media excellent-original sleeve present, cover excellent-still has original thin plastic. The Cars, Heartbeat City, 1984, not sure if U.

Press, media excellent-protective sleeve-original sleeve present, gatefold cover good. Christmas Favorites, 1973, SL-6892, media poor, cover a little worn. The Best of Charlie Rich, 1972, U. Press, KE 31933, media good-needs to be cleaned-wrapped in brown paper sack, cover is worn-someone initialed both sides. Charlie Rich, There Won't Be Anymore, 1974, U.

Press, media fair-needs to be cleaned-original paper sleeve? Says Dot's Country Store, cover is worn, Deadwax has an etched unknown signature, sorry I don't even wanna guess what it says. Dottie West, Suffer Time, 1966, U. Press, LSP-3587, media good-original sleeve present, cover good-mostly in original thin plastic-someone wrote their initials on it. Donna Fargo, All About A Feeling, 1973, U.

Disney Land Records, Alice In Wonderland, Camarata and his Orchestra & Chorus, 1969. Eagles, One of These Nights, ? German Press, AS 53014, media is good-protective sleeve-original sleeve present, cover is good-protective sleeve. Eagles, On The Border, 1974, U. Press, media good-in original sleeve, cover is worn. Eagles, Hotel California, 1976, German Press, AS 53051, media good-protective sleeve-original sleeve present, gatefold cover worn edges, Side 1 has a round white sticker with a red P on it. Deadwax has a "Strawberry" Stamp and an unknown mark/symbol. Eagles, Their Greatest Hits, 1976, German Press, AS 53017, media very good-protective sleeve, cover good-in protective sleeve-small rip. Eagles, The Long Run, 1979, SE-508, media good, gatefold cover is a little worn, Deadwax etch: Side 1: Never Let Your Monster Lay Down. ", Side 2: "From The Polack Who Sailed North.

Everything Put Together Falls Apart. Press, SD 19109, vinyl is very good-protective sleeve-original sleeve present, cover is good, Deadwax etch names: HANNAH, PR, a few more etches that I can't make out. Press, SD 16999, vinyl is good-original sleeve, cover is good-protective sleeve, Deadwax etch name: SP.

Heintje, I'm You're Little Boy, ? Jethro Tull, Songs From The Wood, 1977. Jethro Tull, A Passion Play, ? Joe Stampley, I'm Still Loving You, ? Justin Hayward & John Lodge, BlueJays, 1975. Hello, I'm Johnny Cash, ?

John Cougar, American Fool, 1982. John Cougar Mellencamp, Uh-Huh, 1983.

John Fogerty, Centerfield,'84 or'85? John Denver, Poems Prayers & Promises, 1971. James Bond Soundtrack, Greatest Hits, 1981. Kajagoogoo, White Feathers,'82 or'83?

Kenny Loggins, On High Adventure, 1982. Linda Ronstadt, Don't Cry Now, 1973.

The Moody Blues, To Our Childrens Childrens Children, ? The Moody Blues, In Search of The Lost Chord, ? The Moody Blues, Seventh Sojourn, 1972. The Moody Blues, Long Distance Voyager, 1981.

The Moody Blues, The Other Side Of Life, 1986. Marlboro City Musical Festival, It's Only Rock & Roll, Waylon Jennings, 1983. Night Ranger, Midnight Madness, 1983. Nazareth, Hair of the Dog, ? Phil Collins, No Jacket Required, 1985.

Pat Boone, Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport, ? Queen, A Day At The Races, 1976.

Quiet Riot, Metal Health, 1983. Speedwagon, Ridin' The Storm Out, 1973. Speedwagon, Wheels are Turnin', 1984. Ray Price, For The Good Times, 1971, (no cover). Ronco Presents: Solid Gold, 1977.

Stevie Nicks, Bella Donna, 1980. Stevie Nicks, The Wild Heart, 1983.

Stevie Nicks, Rock A Little, 1985. Steve Perry, Street Talk, 1984. Styx, The Grand Illusion, 1977. Starship, Knee Deep in the Hoopla, ? Sandy Posey, Looking At You, ?

Skeeter Davis, I Can't Believe That It's All Over, 1973. Steve Miller Band, Greatest Hits 1974-78, 1978. Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits, 1972. Rant N' Rave with The Stray Cats, 1983.

Shaun Cassidy, Born Late, 1977. Van Halen, Diver Down, 1982. White Snake, Come an' Get It, 1981. German Press Story Records, All writing is in German, 12 Vinyls:? = I don't know, or don't see a year.

Karl May, Die Sklavenkarawane, 1972, media very good, cover very good. Media very good, cover good. Kasperl legt den Teufel rein, Abenteur in der Holle, Der verzauberte Bauch, ? Grimms Marchen, RotkappchenDer gestiefelte KaterFrau HolleBruderchen und Schwesterchen media excellent, cover excellent (Looks like the Little Red Riding Hood story), deadwax initial etch PF. Unserem lieben Kinde, Die schonsten Kinderlieder, ? Media excellent, cover fair has a few tears, deadwax etch: side view of a ladies face on both sides. Grimms Marchen, Hansel und Gretel, ? Media excellent, cover excellent, deadwax initial etch PF. Disneyland Record, Kleiner Konig Kalle Wirsch, ? Heidi 1, Horspiel fur Kinder ab 6 Jahren, ? Media very good, cover good (glue across top part of cover has wore off). Heidi 2, Heidi kehrt zuruck, ? Media very good, cover good (glue across the bottom part of cover has wore off).

Frohe Weihnacht, Die Wuppertaler kurrende, ? Caruso der Berge, Sepp Viellechner jodelt Alfons Bauer spielt, ? Media excellent, cover very good (still mostly covered in plastic), This one might not be stories, looks like music, or maybe yodelling?

Kinder, seid ihr alle da? Die Burg der frohlichen Gespenster, ? Media very good, cover almost excellent (glue across top has wore off). Media very good, cover fair, This might be music, I can't tell for sure. Marchen, Hafte Kindergeschichten, Geschichten vom Hundchen und vom Katzchen, ?

Media is very good, cover good. Bei uns in Berchtesgaden, 1976, media excellent, cover excellent, This is German music, not story.

Die Konigskinder Der Kleine Daumling, Dornroschen Frau Holle, Marchen Abenteuer Sagen, 1968, media good, cover good. Thank you for your time. The item "60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc" is in sale since Tuesday, December 10, 2019. This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "shyblu*rose" and is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Record Size: 12"
  • Record Label: Capitol/EMI Records
  • Modified Item: No
  • Sleeve Grading: Mixed Lot
  • Release Year: Mixed Lot
  • Style: Rock 'n' Roll
  • Special Attributes: Etched
  • Record Grading: Very Good Plus (VG+)
  • Speed: Mixed Lot
  • Custom Bundle: Yes
  • Edition: Mixed Lot
  • Duration: Mixed Lot
  • Genre: Rock
  • Language: English
  • Artist: Mixed Lot


60s 70s 80s 12 Vinyl Record Collection Lot of Rock, USA/German Presses etc