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Elvis EP Loving You
45's Vinyl Record

Sinatra, Crosby, and Martin 45's Vinyl

Beatles Rare Money Sure To Fall White 45's Vinyl


Beatles VI 1971
33'% LP

Around And Around 1977 Decca
33'% LP

The Times They Are A-Changin' 1965 Columbia33'% LP

Smash Hits 1970.j
33'% LP Vinyl


Johnny Dodd's Washboard Band78's Vinyl Record

78-Rock and Roll-Sun 217 -Elvis Presley 78's Vinyl Record

Sleepy John Estes on Champion78's Vinyl Record

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Find , buy and sell hard to find music, record albums, picture discs, CD singles, Maxi CDs, out of print music, promos, 12", 10", 7" singles, LPs, 45s, singles or limited edition releases. Used music, new music, in-stock music or out of print music,
Order of grading is cover, vinyl. terms:
SS - NM - VG++ -  VG+  -VG - S - G -  T

Abbreviations relating to condition of record:
bc- back cover
co-cutout (cut corner, punch hole or sawmark in edge of cover)
cw-corner wear
dnap-does not affect play
ew-edge wear
fc-front cover
gf-gatefold cover
is-in shrink
promo-promotional release, dj copy etc.
PD - picture disc (vinyl is imprinted with an image)
ps-picture sleeve
rsoc-rubber stamp on cover
rsol-rubber stamp on label
rw-ring wear
slw-slight warp
sps-split seam
tobc-tear on back cover
toc-tear on front cover
tol-tear on label
WLP- White Label Promo
woc-writing on cover
wol-writing on label

Popular music up to the early 1950s were mainly bebop and other variations of jazz music, with names such as Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Thelonious ,

 Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly. But the artist who turned into teen idol of the genre and the decade was Elvis Presley, Bill Haley  well as Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash

Doo Wop was another very popular genre at the time, which can be defined as a mixture of rhythm and blues with harmonic vocals.

Popular music mokeys an era of "all hits" as numerous artists released recordings, beginning in the 1950s, as 45-rpm "singles" f the Motown Sound, The Four Seasons, The Supremes
"folk rock" and the British Invasion of bands from the U.K. (The Beatles, The Dave Clark Five, The Rolling Stones and so on),
The rise of the counterculture, particularly among the youth, created a huge market for rock, soul, pop and blues music produced by drug-culture, influenced bands such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Cream, The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, The Who, Sly and the Family Stone, Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Incredible String Band and The Doors, and also for radical music in the folk tradition pioneered by Bob Dylan, The Mamas and the Papas, and Joan Baez in the United States, and in England, Donovan was helping to create folk rock.

Experimental classical music influenced both art rock and progressive rock as well as the punk rock and New Wave genres. Heavy Metal also emerged among British bands Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Led Zeppelin, Judas Priest and Black Sabbath.

 The mid-seventies saw the rise of punk music from its protopunk/garage band roots in the 1960s and early 1970s. Major acts include the Ramones, Blondie, Patti Smith, the Sex Pistols, and The Clash. The highest-selling album was Pink Floyd's Dark Side of The Moon

  The rise of Disco music occurred in the late 1970s; however, the first half of the 1970s saw many jazz musicians from the Miles Davis school achieve cross-over success through jazz-rock fusion.  Towards the end of the decade, Jamaican reggae music, already popular in the Caribbean and Africa since the early 1970s, became very popular in the U.S. and in Europe, mostly because of reggae superstar and legend Bob Marley. The late '70s also saw the beginning of hip hop music with the song "Rapper's Delight" by Sugarhill Gang. Country music remained very popular in the U.S. In 1977 it became more mainstream after Kenny Rogers became a solo singer and scored many hits on both the country and pop charts.

Michael Jackson revolutionized music with his best-selling album Thriller. Bands such as Duran Duran, Devo and Haircut 100 were pioneers. Pop artists such as Madonna and New Wave and Synthpop were developed by artists such as The Cars, Duran Duran, A Flock of Seagulls, Gary Numan, Depeche Mode, Japan, Soft Cell, Bananarama, New Order, and Tears for Fears, and become popular phenomena throughout the decade, especially in the early eighties.
Heavy metal, Big Hair Bands and Glam metal, experienced extreme popularity in 1980s, becoming one of the most dominating music genres of the 1980s with artists such as AC/DC, Iron Maiden,Guns N' Roses, Judas Priest, Van Halen, Kiss, Twisted Sister, Aerosmith, Poison, Ratt, Skid Row, Hanoi Rocks, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Queen, Whitesnake, Quiet Riot, Bon Jovi and Rush, all receiving extensive airplay.
Thrash metal appeared and became an underground sensation. A few of these acts, such as Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax and Slayer, managed to achieve mainstream exposure ..
Extreme metal began, with bands such as Venom, Bathory, Hellhammer, Celtic Frost, Death, Possessed, Morbid Angel and gained prominence in the underground.
House music was a new development in dance music
Hip hop and rap music, iwith the Sugar Hill Gang's single release Rapper's Delight.
 artists such as Grandmaster Flash, Kurtis Blow and N.W.A.
Alternative rock  as R.E.M., The Replacements, Sonic Youth, They Might Be Giants, Camper Van Beethoven, the Violent Femmes and the Pixies, and British bands such as The Cure, The Smiths and Echo and the Bunnymen, as pioneers.
Top-charting artists of the 1980s include Pat Benatar, Billy Idol, Guns N' Roses, Robert Palmer,New Kids on the Block, The Police, Lionel Richie, Bananarama, The Go-Go's, Dire Straits, Duran Duran, Van Halen, Foreigner, John Farnham, Phil Collins, Huey Lewis and the News, Wang Chung, Tears for Fears, Poison, Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Heart, Juice Newton, Culture Club, The Eurythmics, Def Leppard, Deacon Blue, Bryan Adams, Queen, Depeche Mode, U2, Simple Minds, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Cher, Rick Springfield, Tina Turner, Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp, Rick Astley, Olivia Newton-John, Prince, Michael Jackson (the best-selling artist worldwide in the entire decade), Janet Jackson, Whitney Houston, Aerosmith, Beastie Boys, Kim Wilde, Laura Branigan, The Cars and Bon Jovi.

American singer Prince, French band Indochine , Canadian singer Norman Iceberg  Spanish band Mecano (became part of a worldwide movement of artists writing innovative lyrics Amy Grant, Kathy Troccoli, BeBe and CeCe Winans, Michael W. Smith, Stryper, and Petra.  Hardcore punk, bands included Dead Kennedys in San Francisco, Minor Threat in Washington DC, Black Flag in Los Angeles and Reagan Youth in New York City.
El General recorded a first album and reggaeton was born in Panama. Prince was credited with jump-starting the Minneapolis sound. Power Ballads became popular with bands such as Heart and Bon Jovi.
The Hardcore Punk movement was started with  bands such as Minor Threat, The Dead Kennedys, and Husker Du. Hardcore also served as the springboard for indie rock as the independent network of record labels, publications and venues it developed quickly grew to encompass widely divergent styles of music made by like-minded artists.






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