- Them - Them [Decca Records, DFE 8612] 1965, EP, c/w picture sleeve, unboxed Decca label 60's Pop, Beat, Rock, Psyche
- Electronic - Electronic [Factory Records, Fact 290] 1991, album, c/w picture sleeve and inner, mint/ unplayed 80's / 90's / 00's
- Oasis - Turn Up The Sun [Big Brother RKID 31TP] 2005, 12" one sided promo, mint/ unplayed 80's / 90's / 00's
- Colosseum - Those Who Are About To Die Salute You, Morituri Te Salutant, from 1969 on Fontana Records STL.5510, original UK Stereo release 60's Pop, Beat, Rock, Psyche
- Arthur Smith & Jinder in Whimple Victory Hall - Sunday 7th July 2013 On A Whim Promotions
Apple Artists EP - 4 track EP from The Beatles' Apple Label, given away with Walls Ice Gream tokens. The artists included, The Iveys [Badfinger], Storm In A Teacup/ James Taylor, Something's Wrong/ Jackie Lomax, Little Yellow Pill/ Mary Hopkin, Pebble And The Man, from 1969, Apple records 7" EP, Apple CT1, dark green label. The record is in EX+ condition, having been played just a couple of times, still clean and bright and with a full gloss, the labels are again in EX+ condition, very clean and bright with no writing or tears. Housed in a picture sleeve, which again is in EX- condition, a little wear on the opening edges, and the cream coloured reverse side is showing a little aging. A rare Apple record, especially with the picture sleeve.
Rhythm and Blues with Chuck Berry, original EP on the London Records RE-U 1053 label, Tri-Centre, purple and silver, very rare 1957 issue, the record and labels are in NM condition, the picture sleeve is in EX condition with a little wear on the opening and a name lightly written on the top edge of the rear sleeve.
Dave Berry, Can I Get It From You, original UK 1965 issue Decca Records DFE 8625, the record is in EX++ condition as is the sleeve, both very clean and bright.
Eddie Cochran -C'mon Everybody, original UK 7" Tri-Centre EP release on London Records RE-U 1214 in 1959. The record is in EX+ condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the maroon & silver London labels are in NM- condition, very clean with no rip's etc.The orange picture sleeve is in a good EX-, the only thing that lets it down is the side opening which is a little ragged, due to storage, otherwise very bright and clean both back and front.
Play the Downnest Skiffle [Esquire EP 162] 1957. Original UK issue, vinyl and labels are very clean and bright, and are both in EX condition, tri-centre, picture sleeve.
Bob Dylan, Joan Baez & Pete Seeger - With God On Our Side, original UK 7" EP release on Fontana Records TFE 18009 in 1965. This rare EP record is in EX- condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the black & silver Fontana labels are in NM- condition, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in it's original picture sleeve which is also in EX condition, bright and clean, but does have a little ring wear on the reverse side and a small piece of writing [a name and date].
Set of 10 clear square flexi discs, c/w sleeve which is used as a holder to help play the discs, 1958, original UK release of this very rare set of records, records are in NM condition, sleeve has two parts of the corner holders missing.
The Fabulous Flee-Rekkers - The Fabulous Flee-Rekkers EP, original UK issue on the Pye Label NEP 24141 from 1961, a Joe Meek production. This very rare British released EP is in NM condition, maybe unplayed, the record is very clean and bright, and has a very high gloss shine to it, the plum Pye labels are also in NM condition, again very bright and clean. The rare picture sleeve is in EX+ condition, with just a little wear on the side opening and a little aging to the bottom edge.
(Brunswick OE 9214) Tri-Centre Nm/ Vg+
Bill Haley and His Comets, Live It Up! Part 1 EP, oringinal UK 1956 issue on LondonRecords RE-F.1049, red and gold Tri-Centre label which are in EX- condition, the record is in VG++ condition, still very bright and clean, but has a couple of scuff and marks, plays very well and clean. The picture sleeve is in EX++ condition, very crisp and clean.