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1960s-1980s VINYL RECORDS 45 rpm - $2 (Florissant, MO)

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This is a large assortment of used 45 rpm records. They include a wide variety of artists ranging from the 1960s to the 1980s. The majority do not include the sleeves or covers. Minor scratches or cracks are rare, but indicated when known. Records are generally priced at $2 each, except where noted.

1960s – 1980s

ALABAMA, 1985, Special Not for Commercial Release,
PB-14213, with sleeve
A) Thistlehair The Christmas Bear
B) Santa Claus (I Still Believe In You)
AMERICA, 1975, WBS-8086
A) Sister Golden Hair
B) Midnight
AMES, ED, 1968, 47-9400, with cover
A) Who Will Answer?
B) My Love Is Gone From Me
BALL, KENNY AND HIS JAZZMEN, 1962, K-460X
A) I Shall Not Be Moved
B) The Green Leaves Of Summer
BALL, KENNY AND HIS JAZZMEN, 1962 K-442X
A) American Patrol
B) Midnight In Moscow
BEECHER, JOHNNY AND HIS BUCKINGHAM ROAD QUINTET, 1963, 5341
A) Jack Sax The City
B) Sax Fifth Avenue
BELAFONTE, HARRY, Preview Album, SP-45-67, with cover
A) Cocoanut Woman and A Woman Is A Sometime Thing
B) Turn Around and In The Evenin’ Mama
BENTON, BROOK, 1962, 71925
A) Walk On The Wild Side
B) Somewhere In The Used To Be
BERRY, CHUCK, 1964, 1898
A) No Particular Place To Go
B) You Two
BILK, ACKER, 1962, 45-6217
A) Cielito Lindo
B) Stranger On The Shore
BILLY JOE & THE CHECKMATES, 1962, 620
A) Round & Round & Round & Round
B) Percolator
BLACKFOOT, J. D., 1969, 40625
A) Who’s Nuts Alfred
B) Epitaph For A Head
BLANCH, JEWEL, deejay copy, 1978, JH-11329
A) So Good
B) So Good
CAMPBELL, GLEN, 1969, 54
A) Homeward Bound and Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay
B) Mary In The Morning
CANNON, ACE, 1961, 45-2040
A) Tuff
B) Sittin’ Tight
COSTA, DON AND HIS ORCHESTRA, 1960, UA-234
A) Never On Sunday
B) The Sound Of Love
CRANE, LES, 1971, 7520
A) Desiderata
B) A Different Drummer
CROSS, CHRISTOPHER, 1981, WBS49787, with cover
A) Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)
B) Minstrel Gigolo (edit)
DAVIS JR., SAMMY, 1962, R-20,048
A) What Kind Of Fool Am I
B) Gonna Build A Mountain
DeMOSS, NANCY AND THE Gold Star Quartet, TB-2310
A) Greetings andHis Eye Is On The Sparrow
B) What A Friend We Have In Jesus
DENVER, JOHN, 1975, PB-10517
A) Fly Away
B) Two Shots
DENVER, JOHN, 1971, 74-0445
A) Take Me Home, Country Roads
B) Poems, Prayers And Promises
DENVER, JOHN, 1975, PB-10586
A) Windsong
B) Looking For Space
DeVORZON, BARRY and BOTKIN Jr., PERRY, 1976, 1856-S, with cover
A) Nadia’s Theme
B) Down the Line
DIAMOND, NEIL, 1977, 3-10657, with sleeve
A) Desiree
B) Once In A While
DOLLAR, JOHNNY, G-3002
A) Call Of The Wine
B) Like A Fool
DONOVAN, 1969, 5-10434
A) Atlantis
B) To Susan On The West Coast Waiting
DR. HOOK, 1975, 4171, 2 copies
A) Only Sixteen
B) Let Me Be Your Lover
DR. HOOK, 1978, 4705
A) When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman
B) Knowing She’s There
EAGLES, 1976, E-45373-X, with sleeve
A) New Kid In Town
B) Victim Of Love
EDWARDS, STONEY, 1972, 3462
A) I Won’t Make It Through The Day
B) She’s My Rock
EXILE, 1978, WBS-8589
A) Kiss You All Over (Edit)
B) I Don’t Do It
EVANS, PAUL, 1960, GU-5029
A) Twins
B) The Brigade Of Broken Hearts
FERRANTE & TEICHER, 1961, UA-319
A) Goodbye Again
B) Possessed
FERRANTE & TEICHER ALSO AL CAIOLA, UA-1501
A) Theme From The Apartment
B) The Magnificent Seven
FERRANTE & TEICHER WITH THEIR ORCHESTRA, 1960, UA-231
A) Theme From The Apartment
B) Lonely Room
FOGELBERG, DAN, 1979, 9-50824
A) Longer
B) Along The Road
FOGELBERG, DAN, 1981, 14-02647, with sleeve
A) Leader Of The Band
B) Times Like These
FOUR TOPS, 1965, edge chip, M-1127 $1.00
A) For Once In My Life
B) Yesterday’s Dreams
FRANKLIN, ARETHA, 1967, 45-2403 $1.00
A) Respect (badly scratched)
B) Dr. Feelgood
FRANKLIN, ARETHA, 1968, 45-2486
A) Ain’t No Way
B) Since You’ve Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby)
FROST, MAX AND THE TROOPERS, 419
A) Shape Of Things To Come
B) Free Lovin’
GAYE, MARVIN & TAMMI TERRELL, 1967, 1965, T-54156
A) Your Precious Love
B) Hold Me Oh My Darling
GREENE, LORNE, 1964, 47-8444, with sleeve
A) Bonanza
B) Ringo
GRIMES, HERMAN, 1966, RB-10-050
A) You Can’t Take Back Kisses
B) Thought I Had It Made
GROSS, HENRY, 1976, LS-45002
A) Shannon
B) Pokey
GUARALDI, VINCE TRIO, 1962, 563X
A) Cast Your Fate To The Wind
B) Samba De Orpheus
HALL, TOM T., 1973, 73436
A) I Love
B) Back When We Were Young
HARNELL, JOE AND His Orchestra, 1962, K-6631, with sleeve
A) Fly Me To The Moon – Bossa Nova
B) Harlem Nocturne
HARRISON, GEORGE, 1970, 2995 $4.00
A) My Sweet Lord
B) Isn’t It A Pity
HEFTI, NEAL, 1966, VLP-3573
A) Batman Theme and Jervis
B) The Batusi, Sewer Lady and The Mafista
HERMAN’S HERMITS, 1965, K-13367
A) I’m Henry VIII, I Am
B) The End Of The World
HERMAN’S HERMITS, 1964, K-13310
A) Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat
B) I Know Why
JACKSON, MICHAEL, 1965, 1971, 1972, M-1207F, with sleeve
A) You Can Cry On My Shoulder
B) Ben
JACKSON, CHUCK, 1967, M-1118
A) Girls, Girls, Girls
B) You Can’t Let The Boy Overpower The Man In You
JAMES, SONNY, 3779, with sleeve
A) Surprise, Surprise
B) What Am I Living For
JAN AND DEAN, 9111
A) Heart And Soul
B) Midsummer Night’s Dream
JOHN, ELTON, 1973, MCA-40198
A) Bennie And the Jets
B) Harmony
JOHN, ELTON, 1974, MCA-40344
A) Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
B) One Day At A Time
JOHNS, SAMMY, 1973, GRC-2046
A) Chevy Van
B) Hang My Head And Moan
JONES, TOM, 45-PAR-40025 $1.00
A) Delilah, (scratched)
B) Smile Away Your Blues
KAEMPFERT, BERT AND HIS ORCHESTRA, 1962, 31388
A) Take Me
B) That Happy Feeling
KING, BEN E., 1961, 45-6203
A) Amor
B) Souvenir Of Mexico
KING, EVELYN “CHAMPAGNE”, deejay copy, 1977, JH-11386
A) I Don’t Know If It’s Right
B) I Don’t Know If It’s Right
LAINE, CLEO, deejay copy, 1978, JH-11363
A) The Merchant Song
B) The Merchant Song
LEE, JACKIE, 5502
A) The Duck
B) Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide
LIZ DAMON’S ORIENT EXPRESS, 1970, WW-368
A) 1900 Yesterday
B) You’re Falling In Love
LOBO, 1975, BT-16033
A) Don’t Tell Me Goodnight
B) My Momma Had Soul
LOGGINS, KENNY, 1978, 3-10794
A) Whenever I Call You Friend
B) Angelique
LOVE COMMITTEE, 1978, deejay copy, G7-4013R
A) Give Her Love
B) Give Her Love
LOVEJOY, JAMES, deejay copy, JH-11367
A) This Will Always Be, My Baby’s Tune
B) This Will Always Be, My Baby’s Tune
MAHARIS, GEORGE, 1962, 5-9504
A) Teach Me Tonight
B) After The Lights Go Down Low
MANCINI, HENRY AND HIS ORCHESTRA, show contact info
A) Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet
B) The Windmills Of Your Mind
MANDRELL, BARBARA, MCA, 1979, 41162, with cover
A) Darlin
B) Years
MARKS, GUY, 1968, 45-11055, with sleeve
A) Loving You Has Made Me Bananas
B) Forgive Me My Love
MARTIN, DEAN, 33rpm, MA-1-1580
A) That’s Amore and Memories Are Made Of This
B) Volare and Return To Me
McCALL, C. W., 1975, M-14839
A) Convoy
B) Long Lonesome Road
McNICHOL, KRISTY & JIMMY, deejay copy, 1978, JH-11385
A) Page By Page
B) Page By Page
MILLER, ROGER, 1964, S-1947
A) Do-Wacka-Do
B) Love Is Not For Me
MILLER, ROGER, 1965, S-1983
A) The Last Word In Lonesome is Me
B) Engine Engine #9
MILLER, ROGER, 1965, S-2010
A) England Swings
B) Good Old Days
MILSAP, RONNIE, 1981, PB-12342
A) I Wouldn’t Have Missed It For The World
B) It Happens Every Time (I Think Of You)
MORGANTOWN, 1979, R-1019
A) The Hoedown
B) Thoughts of Dixie
MURPHEY, MICHAEL, 1975, 8-50084
A) Wildfire
B) Night Thunder
NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND, 1970, 56197
A) Mr. Bojangles
B) Uncle Charlie Interview #2 and Spanish Fandango
NUTTER, MAYF, Promotional, GNP-459, with sleeve
A) I Don’t Care
B) I Don’t Care
ORBISON, ROY, 1962, 45-467
A) Leah
B) Workin’ For The Man
OSMOND, MARIE, 1973, K-14609
A) Paper Roses
B) Least Of All You
OWENS, BUCK AND THE BUCKAROOS, 1973, 3563
A) Ain’t It Amazing Gracie
B) The Good Old Days Are Here Again
PETER, PAUL & MARY, 1967, 7101
A) Blowin’ In The Wind
B) Puff (The Magic Dragon)
PRESLEY, ELVIS, show contact info $4.00
A) Crying In The Chapel
B) I Believe In The Man In The Sky, scuffed playable
PRESTON, ROBERT, 1961, CF-1000 (Two Copies)
A) Chicken Fat (school version)
B) Chicken Fat (disc jockey version)
PREVIN, ANDRE, 25529
A) Moonlight Becomes You
B) Let’s Fall In Love
PURIFY, JAMES & BOBBY, 1967, 8050, 669
A) Shake A Tail Feather
B) Goodness Gracious
PURSELL, BILL, 1962, 4-42619 (cracked) $1.00
A) Our Winter Love
B) A Wound Time Can’t Erase
QUATEMAN, BILL, 1978, deejay copy, JH-11180
A) Wait Until Tomorrow
B) Wait Until Tomorrow
REVERE, PAUL AND THE RAIDERS, 1965, 4-43461
A) Just Like Me
B) B.F.D.R.F. Blues
RIDDLE, GEORGE, 1972, BSP-2428
A) She’s My Woman
B) Sing All The Songs You Can
RIDDLE, NELSON, 1962, 4843
A) Naked City Theme
B) The Defenders Theme
ROBERTS, PAT, Audition Copy, 1972, DOA-17434, with sleeve
A) Rhythm of The Rain
B) Rhythm of The Rain
ROBINSON, SMOKEY AND THE MIRACLES, 1968, T54167
A) Yester Love
B) Much Better Off
RODGERS, KENNY, 1978, UA-X1273-Y
A) She Believes In Me
B) Morgana Jones
ROE, TOMMY, 1969, 45-11164
A) Dizzy
B) The You I Need
ROSS, DIANA AND THE SUPREMES, 1968, M-1122
A) Forever Came Today
B) Time Changes Things
RUFFIN, JIMMY, 1966, S-35027
A) I’ve Passed This Way Before
B) Tomorrow’s Tears
RYDELL, BOBBY, 1960, C-179V
A) Volare
B) I’d Do It Again
SCANDAL, 1982, Double album, 38-03234 and 38-03615,
with cover $4.00
A) All My Life
B) Goodbye To You
A) Love’s Got A Line on You
B) Another Bad Love
SEALS & CROFTS, 1973, GWB-0310
A) Diamond Girl
B) We May Never Pass This Way (Again)
SINATRA, NANCY, 1966, 0461
A) The Last Of The Secret Agents?
B) How Does That Grab You Darlin’?
SPANKY AND OUR GANG, 1969, 72871
A) Yesterday’s Rain
B) Without Rhyme Or Reason
STAFFORD, JO, 1962, CP-623
A) Misty
B) Adios, My Love
STEVENS, RAY, 1980, PB-11911
A) You’re Never Goin’ to Tampa With Me
B) Shiner’s Convention
STREISAND, BARBRA, 1965, 4-43403
A) He Touched Me
B) I Like Him
STUART, WENDELL, 10053
A) Mr. Bojangles
B) I Thank Heaven
SWINGIN’ MEDALLIONS, S-2033
A) Double Shot (Of My Baby’s Love)
B) Here It Comes Again
THE ARROWS, 1966, 295
A) Blue’s Theme
B) Bongo Party
THE BEATLES, 1964, 5222, with cover $4.00
A) A Hard Day’s Night
B) I Should Have Known Better
THE BEE GEES, JAY MacINTOSH, JOHN WHEELER, 1978,
RS-907
A) She’s Leaving Home
B) Oh! Darling (Robin Gibb)
THE BOX TOPS, 1968, 12,035
A) Sweet Cream Ladies, Forward March
B) I See Only Sunshine
THE CAPTAIN & TENNILLE, 1975, 1672-S
A) Love Will Keep Us Together
B) Gentle Stranger
THE CARAVELLES, 1964, S-1869
A) Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue)
B) Don’t Blow Your Cool
THE CHARLIE DANIELS BAND, 1979, 8-50700, with sleeve
A) The Devil Went Down To Georgia
B) Rainbow Ride
THE COWSILLS, 1969, K-14026, with sleeve
A) Hair
B) What Is Happy?
THE COWSILLS, 1969, K-14063
A) The Prophecy Of Daniel And John The Devine
B) Gotta Get Away From It All
THE CRITTERS, 1966, K-769
A) Mr. Dieingly Sad
B) It Just Won’t Be That Way
THE DAVE CLARK FIVE, 1965, 5-9811
A) I Like It Like That
B) Hurting Inside
THE FIVE AMERICANS, 1965, HBR-454
A) I See The Light
B) The Outcast
THE GREEN BROTHERS, 1977, deejay copy, JB-11130 2 copies
A) Sweet Lovin’ Woman
B) Lack Of Attention
THE IRISH ROVERS, 1968, 32333
A) The Orange And The Green
B) Whiskey On A Sunday
THE KINGSTON TRIO, 1963, 4898
A) Greenback Dollar
B) The New Frontier
THE LETTERMEN, 1962, 45-37928, 4810, with sleeve
A) Silly Boy (She Doesn’t Love You)
B) I Told the Stars
THE MAUDS, 1968, 73832
A) Forever Gone
B) Soul Drippin’
THE MEMPHIS HORNS, 1977, deejay copy, JH-11064
A) Just For Your Love
B) Just For Your Love
THE MERSEYS, 1966, 72582
A) Sorrow
B) Some Other Day
THE MIRACLES, 1965, T-54123
A) My Girl Has Gone
B) Since You Won My Heart
THE PEANUTS, 1965, S-1974
A) We’re Just Lonely
B) La Cacahuata
THE RASCALS, 1969, 45-2664
A) Real Thing
B) Carry Me Back
THE ROYAL GUARDSMEN, 1967, LR-3416
A) Snoopy’s Christmas
B) It Looks Like Christmas
THE RUGBYS, 1968, 711-568
A) Stay With Me
B) You, I
THE SEVEN SOULS, 1967, partial crack, radio station copy,
4-7289, Call for price
A) I’m No Stranger
B) I Still Love You
THE SURFARIS, 1963, 45-16479 $4.00
A) Wipe Out
B) Surfer Joe
THE TEMPTATIONS, 1968, warped, G-7099 $1.00
A) It’s Summer
B) Ball Of Confusion
THE TIJUANA BRASS, HERB ALPERT, 1962, chipped, 703 $1.00
A) The Lonely Bull
B) Acapulco 1922
THE TURTLES, 1967, WW-244
A) Happy Together
B) Like The Seasons
THE VENTURES, 1960, DO-649
A) Walk—Don’t Run
B) Home
T. LIFE, deejay copy, 1978, JH-11397
A) Shortchanged
B) Shortchanged
USA FOR AFRICA, 1985, US7-04839, with cover
A) We Are The World (skip)
B) Grace
VAUGHAN, SARAH, 1966, 72543
A) A Lover’s Concerto
B) First Thing Every Morning
VINTON, BOBBY, 1963, 5-9614
A) Blue Velvet
B) Is There a Place
WELK, LAWRENCE, 1962, 45-16420
A) Night Theme
B) Zero-Zero
WHITNEY, MARVA, 1969, 45-6218
A) You Got To Have A Job
B) I’m Tired, I’m Tired, I’m Tired
WILLIAMS, ANDY, 1962, 1433
A) So Rare
B) Twilight Time
WILLIAMS, JOHN, 1977, AS-0300, with cover
A) Theme From Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
B) Nocturnal Pursuit
WILLIAMS, ROGER, 1963, K-545
A) Look Again
B) Janie Is Her Name
WILSON, JACKIE, 1967, Promotion Copy, 55354
A) The Who Who Song
B) Since You Showed Me How To Be Happy
A) My Sweet Lord
B) Isn’t It A Pity

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