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Goldmine 45 RPM Records Price Guide
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Goldmine 45 RPM Records Price Guide, 8th edition, is the only identification and price guide on the market dedicated to “the little record with the big hole.” The new edition features an easy-to-use format organized alphabetically by artist and showcases more than 80,000 records and secondary market values for the vinyl format that changed the music world forever. Introduced in 1949, the 45 took root with Elvis and his famous Sun Records singles of the mid-1950s. The fire Elvis started turned into an inferno when The Beatles blew head-on into the 1960s. Early Beatlemania transformed the 45 into the record of choice for every American teenager, radio station and jukebox. The soundtrack of a generation was played on “the biggest little record.” Fast-forward to today and 45s are experiencing yet another surge in popularity. “The market is stronger than it’s ever been,” says John Tefteller, renowned record dealer and owner of World’s Rarest Records. “Interest in records has never been this high.” Everything from Northern Soul, Reggae, Disco and Punk is in demand. A 45 of the Sex Pistols 1977 Punk classic “God Save The Queen/No Feeling” 45 sold for more than $11,000 at auction. You’ll welcome Goldmine’s extensive and detailed listings ensuring accurate and dependable identification, as well as the Goldmine Grading Guide, the most widely used guide for the buying and selling of vinyl in the hobby today. Enjoy your 45s with Goldmine. Next to your turntable it’s the best friend your vinyl ever had. About the Author Dave Thompson serves as vinyl record researcher and pricing expert for Krause Publications. His work serves as the backbone for such industry standards as Goldmine Album Price Guide, Goldmine Jazz Album Price Guide and the Standard Catalog of American Records. Binding: Paperback Edition: 8th Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Size: 8x11 Pages: 784
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