February 9, 2018 Records of the Day

These are records you should know about.The obscure Soul records from the 1960’s and 1970’s continue to command big bucks. In 1968 Carla Records released “Dancing a Hole in the World” by Jimmy Delphs. An original copy is worth up to $2,500.00. In 1973 Andrew Brown recorded “Blue Monday” on the Brave record label. An original copy can get you $5,000.00 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. Mighty John’s “Records You Should Know About” appraisal guide 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 more free samples.

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