(including Jaime Brockett)
from the 1892
Billy Ward and the Dominoes
Sixty Minute Man / I Can't Escape From You
Very nice 78 rpm record from the doo-wop era, record grades VG- to VG. No cracks, edge chips or other damage.. Grading is visual, and although I confirm the grade by spot checking on the turntable, I do not play these all the way through. FEDERAL:12022 $20.
Angels in Harlem / Ain'y Gonna Drink No More
Very nice 78 rpm blues record with great surfaces. No cracks or chips. Nice clean labels. Recorded August 7, 1946 in Chicago Peter J. Clayton (Cleighton) , vocal; Blind John Davis, Willie Lacey, Ransom Knowling. Grading is visual. RCA:202153 $10.
One Scotch One Bourbon One Beer / What Can I Do
Very nice 78 rpm record, grades VG- to VG. No cracks, edge chips or other damage.. Nice clean labels except for the sticker and spot you can see in the photo. Grading is visual, I confirm the grade by spot checking on the turntable. ALADDIN: 3197 $10.
BURL iVES "Wayfaring Stranger" 4 record set Records grade VG to VG+, folder/album shows reasonable shelf wear.
$10 (+ extra shipping cost)
JOHNNY CASH Come In Stranger / Guess Things Happen That Way -
Good-sounding 78 rpm record, Johmmy Cash on Sun. Some label wear, as
seen in the scan. Surface has the typical scuffs and small scratches for
this grade. Plays well. SUN 295 SOLD
Beautiful HMV (British) label Elvis 78s from the 50s!. Both
look VG and play VG+.
"Hound Dog / Don't Be Cruel" -
some label damage.
SOLD THANK YOU
Vogue Picture Records
Vogue picture records were produced by Sav-Way Industries of Detroit, Michigan, between May 1946 and April 1947. Sav-Way went into receivership in August 1947. During this time, about 74 different Vogue picture records were released.
LuluBelle and Scotty, Vogue R718. $42. Not play graded. Typical scuffs and scratches.
Vogue R753 At Sundown and 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra Not play graded. Very few of the typical scuffs and scratches. $48.
The Bright Fiery Cross/ Mystic City
A most unusual record on the KKK label. (no doubt pressed for the Ku Klux Klan by a major recording company, under a contract - such priovate label pressings were common in the '20s) I rate this record "G", it plays through well and the words and music are just fine, nice and clear, but there is a good amount of surface noise. Some scratches (one rather scary-looking) do not present any specific audible problems when played on my old Dual turnyable.
You will most likely be buying this for display, rather than for listening.
The words were written in 1913 and this record was pressed in the late 1920s.
It's a hoot to listen to these words set to music that sounds AMAZINGLY like "The Old Rugged Cross!"
A relic of a different time and culture in our country's history. $85 plus $8 insured shipping.
I am selling this as a historic artifacts a glimpse into a time in our country's history when fear and intolerance were expressed by the use of power and economics to exert and maintain political control. They are intended for the use of record collectors and those who collect historical curiosities.
See more of these on the "Klan" page.