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|andy||02/11/16||10||10||10||Thanks Mike, aside from the hazy memories .....|
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Hi Andris Though I am not surprised, I hadn't yet been aware of a 588171 with a duplicate "Side Two" label. This copy would be more accurately called a mislabeled record, rather than a misprinted one
Hi Andy Your eyes did not deceive - though relatively rare, there were copies of Mushroom's "Live On Blueberry Hill" pressed to solid red/yellow vinyl. Quite hard to find, since a vast majority were
Hi Jeff There are several different pressings of RSR's "Listen To This Eddie". The most desirable of these is on red vinyl, which can fetch $250. Other versions (including the the Box Top reissue)
Hi Robert Back in the 70s, it was relatively commonplace for someone to take an existing bootleg and make it their own with a different title, label, and cover. Since most of this activity was contemporaneous
A guideline, if any, has to do with the Winterland posters. Originals and valuable early reprints measured less than 14" in width. Less valuable, newer reprints were always 14" wide or more, with the