Funny thing about want lists. They're supposed to get smaller as you find records from your list. The problem with that theory, is that you find additional records by the artist under different names, links to records by group members,odd presses, promotional presses, foreign pressed 45's and 78's, and new wants based on unearthed information that leads you to believe it might possibly be connected with a third cousin,thrice removed that once dated the sister of a member of the group that only recorded with them once. So, for every one record taken off my want list, I probably add 10 new ones. If you have records for sale, check back often. And, email me with what you have
The Ray Robbin record Big Billy / King Of Fools on Fable, and the lone Beverly Hills Painters release on Me-Meow records, I Know Why / Five Foot Three.
Promos for Fargo 1015,1022 and a dark blue Fargo 1002. The Australian 78 of "You", and the Sparton 78 of "Say You'll Be Mine".
Once Upon A Love was issued on the Classic Artists label in 1989, on colored wax.
All but three (3001-3003) 78'S. Also,two issues are unaccounted for. Abbott 3007 Cuban Love Song / I Can't Escape From You, and Abbott 3008 Wedding Song / I'm Bewildered
Looking for 78's and Canadian pressings, probably on Reo. A few promotional inserts and sleeves are also needed.
The last release on Swan 4178, "The Ups And Downs Of Love", Royal American release 11, "Night Time Lady", possibly a sleeve for Palisades Park.
There could also be a "Circles" label design of "A Million To One". The Canadian releases would also be on my list for 1006.
Needed is the lone Vik 295 issue on 78.
Several interesting items are on the list. A 45 of "School Girl" on either Sparton or Reo. 78's of the last Nasco release is doubtful. Email me if you have any of these for sale.
A stereo copy of Graduation's Here, Come Softly To Me on Dolton probably does not exist, There was also an EP on Dolton 502 called "The Fleetwoods".
Promos on the Terrace label not shown on my site.
The Aladdin 78's not shown - 3315 and 3376. I do have the Jamaican Blank label releases, but they are not too photogenic, as the label is in fact blank.
The Jerry Siefert record on Note, a couple of releases on Silverball.
Joyce Harris had at one other release on the new Orleans based Fun record label,which was #505 Baby,Baby,Baby / How Long.
The Robbins Red issue, of which 500 copies were pressed on red vinyl. Also the release on Mart records showing Moon Mullins, another limited pressing from Virginia.
That would include a ton of recordings. I'm specifically looking for the first cover on Combo 100 release, mono issues of the stereo Crown LP's already shown, and any misc. 45's and 78's you might have.
Their only release, possibly on the Josie Label.
The recording by the Sparrows of Brown Boy on Coral in 1949 and the Jive Bombers Brown Boy release on Citation in 1952, both 78's. Also, other 78's by the group of 1535 and 1560.
Several records are needed. Please check the page.Jackpot releases 48005 Wynn Stewart, School Bus Love Affair, 48009 Frankie Marshall Don't Go, and 48020 Ned Miller Girl From The Second World.
I have a long ways to go with him. Records on Acclaim, Debb, Demon, Flip, Hep, Mercury, and RCA are needed. I prefer 45's.
A 78 of So Tuff on Challenge.
The 78 of their last release, "Can't Help Lovin That Girl Of Mine". Also, possibly records that contain some of the group members of the Leaders, by the Corvairs on Comet and Leopard, and Westsiders on Leopard and United Artists.
Modern 928 Mama Don't Like, and Modern 976 with Dig That Crazy Santa Claus.
Needed are the US Vik 45 of Love Is Strange, Assorted 78's that are not pictured for Rainbow 330, Vik 280, 334 and RCA, and several Sylvia solo records including the 2 done with the Hot Lips Page orchestra on Columbia in 1950. Also, one stereo RCA 45 not shown on RCA.
A stereo copy of their LP, and picture sleeves for 72337, 72357.
A stock and 78 copy of "Ding Dong" on Chess, a 78 of Aisle on US Hunt, a Sparton 45 of Aisle and any others. Any Red Top 78's?
Hub 3033 was also released as a black label.
Any additional variations of the Marlee records,and if Marlee 0098 was issued, Buffalo Twist and Crazy Weekend would be the sides. Stock copy of Swan 4150. Also, the Hot Toddys Strand label release with the "Holiday" flip, and misc. Canadian releases.
If a stereo Brunswick promo LP exists on a USA or Canada press, it is needed.
I have seen green vinyl promos of at least one Galaxy label promo release for the Sevilles.
The shytones releases on Spot, the release of the Hi tones on Fonsca 202.
Anything on Grand,Rainbow,Piney and The last release I show for Fay Simmons is on the Tuffy label in 1965. "If This Is Goodbye" and, once again for the third time, "And The Angels Sing" was on the flip!
Possibly a release on RPM 480 called "My First Love", but I have never seen a copy, One Kent label record of "Eddie My Love", #14, which was a further reissue.
Any Doe Promos (I just recently confirmed a Doe label "Bong Bong" promo).Also Vince Castro's "Too Proud To Cry" on Apt, stock issue. It's doubtful any US 78's were released after the initial Apollo recording, but it's possible they were issued on an International or budget label 78. If you have any of these for sale, please email me the details. Tonettes records on labels such as Modern, Stax and Dynamic are different groups, and not the Sanchez Sisters with Josie.
78's on Casa Grande, and the late vertically placed Checker label 78's. Promo's of all but Checker 1007, 880, and the Canadian Quality 45 issues of all but Happy Happy. If you have any of these for sale, please email me the details.
A few 78's of the Herald recordings, doubtful that the others would have been on 78, A few later pressings as well.
The stock Epic release of "Tears On My Pillow". Are there others?
If a red and white label Laurie issue of Buzzin was produced, that would be on the list.