“Records You Should Know About” are records by recording artists most people have never heard of that can be worth a lot of money, like Furry Lewis. He was among the Blues artists of the 1920s who didn’t get just recognition for their contributions to music until much later in the 1960s and 1970s when Blues became more popular. Before he passed away, Lewis opened for the Rolling Stones and performed for Johnny Carson on the Tonight show. He has a dozen records each worth up to $1000.00 or more. His 1928 single “Mistreatin’ Mama,” released on Victor records, is worth up to $4,500.00 today.
“Records you should know about” are records that most people have never heard by recording artists most people have never heard of BUT can be worth a LOT of money. You may see them at a local yard sale or flea market and pass them by. You could be passing by a fortune. Mighty John’s new “Records You Should Know About” appraisal guide ($10.95) lists thousands of them, each worth at least up to $500.00 or more. Most are worth up to $1,000.00 or more. The “Records You Should Know About” appraisal guide is on CD in Microsoft Word. Click on Records You Should Know About in the yellow strip above for free samples.