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One of the longest lasting legends of the Rock N Roll era is Neil Sedaka with hits like “Oh Carol,” “Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen” and the monster hit “Breaking up Is Hard to Do, which is worth up to $50.00 with picture sleeve.” Sedaka also wrote hits for others like “Stupid Cupid” and “Where the Boys Are” for Connie Francis. His first album “Neil Sedaka,” released on RCA in stereo in 1959, is worth up to $100.00 today. Neil Sedaka is among the over 65,000 recording artists you’ll find on the “Mighty John Record Appraisal Guide” on CD listing the current market values for over a million records (albums, 45s, & 78s). It’s available in the left hand column. Also check out our new companion guide, Records You Should Know About. Just click on the link in the yellow strip above.
Dennis Edwards was a member of Motown’s super group, the Temptations. Not as well-known as David Ruffin or Eddie Kendricks, Edwards replaced Ruffin as lead singer in 1968. He can be heard on “Cloud Nine,” which can now sell for $40.00, and “Papa Was A Rolling Stone.” In 1966 Dennis Edwards recorded a single called “I Didn’t Have To” with “Johnnie on the Spot” on the flip side. Released on International Soulsville records, the 45 is worth up to a whopping $4,000.00 today. FOR BIG SAVINGS ON ALL OUR RECORD GUIDES, CLICK ON MIGHTY JOHN’S DISCOUNT PACKAGES IN THE YELLOW STRIP ABOVE.
Josie and the Pussycats was an animated Saturday morning TV show, which ran on CBS in the 1970-1971 season, and in later years as re-runs on both NBC and ABC. To capitalize on the popularity of the series a real girl-group was put together. Among them was a future Charlie’s Angel, Chery Ladd. Playing drums was the drummer for Elvis, Ronnie Lott. The Josie and the Pussycats album, released on Capitol records in 1970, is worth up to $150.00 today. FOR BIG SAVINGS ON ALL OUR RECORD GUIDES, CLICK ON MIGHTY JOHN’S DISCOUNT PACKAGES IN THE YELLOW STRIP ABOVE.
99% of the time an original release of a record is worth more than a re-issue. But there are exceptions. An example would be the Beatles’ two-sided hit “We Can Work It Out” and “Day Tripper.” An original 1966 copy on an orange and yellow Capitol records label is worth up to $40.00. Add up to another $40.00 for the picture sleeve. However, a 1969 re issue on a red and white Capitol label, as shown on the right, is worth up to $1,000.00 today.
The Beatles are among the most collectible recording artists of all time. Now you can order the “Complete Elvis and Beatles” listings for just $5.00. You’ll get the current market value for every Elvis and every Beatles record including all 45s, 78s, and albums. (over 2,000 records). If you have an Elvis or Beatles record not listed we will do any additional research for free. The listings are in Microsoft word and will be sent to your email address within 24 hours after your order is placed. To get your copy of the “Complete Elvis and Beatles” listings for $5.00 click on Elvis-Beatles List in the right hand column.
“Wonderful World” was written by Sam Cooke and Herb Alpert in 1959 and featured on the album “The Wonderful World of Sam Cooke.” The single, released on Keen records, can sell for $50.00. The song was a hit for Sam Cooke in 1960 and even a bigger hit for Herman’s Hermits in 1965. Cooke’s version can be heard in the movies, “Animal House” and “Witness.” “I don’t know much about history, don’t know much biology” but I do know the album. Released on Keen records in 1960, it is worth up to $250.00 today. Sam Cooke is among the over 65,000 recording artists you’ll find on the “Mighty John Record Appraisal Guide” on CD listing the current market values for over a million records (albums, 45s, & 78s). It’s available in the left hand column. Also check out our new companion guide, Records You Should Know About. Just click on the link in the yellow strip above.
Saxophonist Charlie “Bird” Parker, along with Dizzy Gillespie, developed a music sound known as Be-Bop. His nickname came from his love of chickens. No doubt a musical genius, he died before his time at the age of thirty-four. Many of his albums can be very collectible like his three albums from 1948 as shown here. Each worth up to $700.00 today. Which other Jazz records are worth $500.00 or more? Find out with the Mighty John Record Appraisal Guide on CD. It lists the values for over a million records by over 65,000 recording artists and is available in the left hand column.
Mad magazine with its mascot Alfred E Newman has been around since 1952 with its unique satire on popular culture and politics. In 1962 Big Top records released “Mad Twists Rock N Roll” with the voices of Mike Russo and Jeanne Hayes recording classics like “She Got a Nose Job” and “Please, Betty Jane, When You Gonna Shave Your Legs?” To a record collector the album is worth up to $150.00 today. FOR BIG SAVINGS ON ALL OUR RECORD GUIDES, CLICK ON MIGHTY JOHN’S DISCOUNT PACKAGES IN THE YELLOW STRIP ABOVE.
Many recording artists in the 1960s and 70s made special promotional records for brand name advertisers. Connie Francis released an album in 1961 for Brylcreem with its slogan “A Little Dab’ll Do ya.” Not a big collectible it’s worth up to $20.00. But in 1964 the Yardbirds issued a 45 on Epic records as a promotion for Esquire socks. The title on the record label reads “I Wish You Would,” but the picture sleeve correctly reads “I Wish You Could.” Record, with picture sleeve with correct title, is worth up to $800.00 today. If your records are lost, damaged, or stolen, let your insurance company know that Mighty John the Record Guy and www.MoneyMusic.com can give them the most accurate replacement value.
Johnny Winter was a white Blues guitarist who had local fame in Texas in the early 1960s. In 1968, after Rolling Stone magazine described him as a “cross-eyed albino with long fleecy hair, playing some of the gutsiest blues guitar you’ve ever heard,” his fame went national. His albums were well received but he wasn’t a hit-maker for top-40 radio. Early singles from the 60s on Frolic records like “Gangster of Love” and “Voodoo Twist” are each worth up to $125.00 today. Get the values for over a million records by over 65,000 recording artists with the Mighty John Record Appraisal Guide. It includes albums, 45s & 78s from 1902 to the present day. It’s available in the left hand column.