Standard Catalog of American Records, 1950-1975

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Krause Publications, 2000 - Popular music - 1296 pages
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Collectors clamored for years. Then, when it came out, record experts called the first edition the &"best US guide to American records ever published&". Now there's a sequel, bigger and better than ever, loaded with new and updated information. Avid collectors and record enthusiasts of all types will want the best book on the market, the Standard Catalog of American Records 1950--1975, 2nd Edition. They'll find thousands of new listings, updated pricing, and more accurate information. New material includes a section on soundtracks plus various artists' collections. Record collectors won't want to pass up this edition. It's all from the publishers of Goldmine, the world's largest marketplace for collectible records.

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Contents

Number Title A SideB Side
38
ALLMAN JOYS
120
DIAL
151

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Tim Neely is a voracious record collector with more than 30 Tim Neely is a voracious record collector with more than 30 years of experience. His personal collection exceeds 20,000 years of experience. His personal collection exceeds 20,000 albums, and he is a regular contributor to Goldmine magazinealbums, and he is a regular contributor to Goldmine magazine. Heas also edited and written nearly 25 record price guides. Heas also edited and written nearly 25 record price guides, including Goldmine Price Guide to 45 RPM Records and Goldm, including Goldmine Price Guide to 45 RPM Records and Goldmine Standard Catalog of American Records. ine Standard Catalog of American Records.

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