May 14, 2017 Record of the Day

There are many things that can make the difference in value for the same album. It could be the difference between mono and stereo or the color of the vinyl or record label; even the placement of the record company logo on the label. And then there are times when a change in the lyrics is what matters as in the song “John, I’m Only Dancing” on David Bowie’s 1976 album “Changesone Bowie.” If the lyrics are “Annie’s pretty neat, she always eats her meat. But Joe is awful strong…,” then the album is no more $20.00. However, if the lyrics are “Annie’s kind of sweet, she always eats her meat. But Joey comes on strong…,” then the value jumps up to $200.00.

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