The Official Price Guide to Records

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Random House Information Group, 1997 - Popular music - 619 pages
THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO RECORD COLLECTING,
WITH MORE THAN 100,000 PRICES LISTED!


The second the recording industry stopped producing vinyl records, classic 78s, 45s, and LPs spun into an even hotter area of collecting. From ABBA to The Zombies, B. B. King to Queen Latifah, Elvis to Madonna, The Official Price Guide to Records is the ultimate resource, including more than 10,000 artists.


[ ] COMPREHENSIVE. This complete sourcebook lists every charted hit single and album from as early as 1926 to the superstars of today, including crossover hits from jazz, country, rhythm and blues, and soul charts--plus promotional records, limited editions, compilations, and picture sleeves.


[ ] CLEARLY ORGANIZED. Indexed by artist and group for fast, easy access, each record is easily identified by label, manufacturer's catalog number, date, and format.


[ ] WRITTEN BY THE EXPERT. Nationally renowned author and syndicated columnist Jerry Osborne has combed dealer lists, auctions, record shows, and polled collectors from every U.S. state and around the world for the most accurate pricing information.


[ ] INVALUABLE TIPS. Sound advice on buying, selling, grading, and caring for your collectible records.


[ ] FULLY ILLUSTRATED. Packed with photographs, including an eight-page color insert.

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Serving collectors for more than thirty-five years

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About the author (1997)

Jerry Osborne is the author of the successful self-published edition of "Elvis - Word for Word" as well as the House of Collectibles music price guides. He is a former friend & promoter of Elvis Presley, & has been an avid collector of Presley memorabilia for more than 40 years. He lives in Port Townsend, Washington.

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