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86,423.  Record machines you don’t have to get off your own bum to make go.  Fred Dibnah, The Fred Dibnah Story: Alone

 

 

86,424.  Vinyl is expected to be the next area of collectables to be targeted by savers looking at ‘alternative investments’ such as wine, stamps or art, some auctioneers believe, because Chinese and Russian investors have started to buy into the market.

 

Record Collector magazine has drawn up a list of 51 singles or albums which aspiring investors should hunt down, with an especially rare Sex Pistols single topping the chart of ‘vinyl inflation’.  The original single for God Save the Queen, the irreverent and angrily sung tribute to the monarchy during Silver Jubilee Year, was published by A&M Records, but soon after the company dropped the band and destroyed most of the copies, making any existing versions worth £8,000 today.

 

The band was soon picked up by a young Richard Branson and his Virgin label, which re-released the single.

 

The second-most valuable record is a first pressing of The Beatles’ first album, Please Please Me, worth £3,500 if found in mint condition.

 

Ian McCann, editor of Record Collector magazine, which drew up the list, said: There is something of an investment market in mint-condition copies of iconic albums.

 

1.  Beatles White Album 19,201

2.  Velvet Underground 25,200 US

3.  Sex Pistols God Save the Queen 7 inch acetate 14,600

4.  Sex Pistols Gave Save the Queen A&M 12,675

5.  Beatles Please, Please Me 11,600.  Telegraph online article Harry Wallop 21 April 2011

 

 

86,425.  Record Collector magazine have compiled a list of the 51 most collectible vinyl records.  Top of the list is the rare Sex Pistols’ single.  The second-most valuable record is a first pressing of The Beatles’ first album, Please Please Me, worth about $5,500 if found in mint condition.  Ian McCann, editor of Record Collector magazine said, ‘There is something of an investment in mint-condition copies of iconic albums.  The problem is people love them and play them to death, making it increasingly rare to find them in mint condition.’  Steffie Stones online article 23 April 2011

 

 

86,426.  There are a lot of musicians who are still desperately trying to pretend that it’s 1998 and by having a huge marketing campaign, they somehow believe that they can sell 10 million records.  That’s delusional.  No one sells 10 million records.  The days of musicians getting rich off of selling records are done.  Moby

 

 

86,427.  I don’t release records to be anything but enjoyable.  John Lydon

 

 

86,428.  When I die, just keep playing the records.  Jimi Hendrix

 

 

95,874.  Some people did call it a revolution.  And some people called it the Troubles - an equally useless word.  (Belfast & Records)  Good Vibrations, BBC 2015

 

95,875.  We’ve got reggae; what have they got?  (Belfast & Records)  ibid.

 

95,876.  I’ll put that record out.  I dunno.  How hard could it be?  (Belfast & Records)  ibid.

 

95,877.  The revolutionary power of the seven inch single.  (Belfast & Records)  ibid.

 

95,878.  There were no winning sides back then.  (Belfast & Records)  ibid.

 

 

98,045.  Spinning records ain’t paying none of the bills around here.  (GBH Films & Records & Black Culture)  Straight Outta Compton 2015 starring O’Shea Jackson & Corey Hawkins & Jason Mitchell & Aldis Hodge & Neil Brown & Paul Giamatti & Marlon Yates & Corey Reynolds & Tate Ellington & Alesandro Shipp & Angela Elayne Gibbs & Bruce Beatty et al, director F Gary Gray, mother to son 

 

 

98,425.  I don’t think you could do it any better.  (Gangstas US & Records)  Ray Donovan: Norman Saves the World s4e7, record producer

 

 

101,836.  Ted, do you mind if I put on my record?  I’ve got Eurosong fever, Ted.  (Catholicism & Priest & Record)  Father Ted: A Song for Europe s2e5, Dougal 

 

 

103,732.  Spitting Image presents 20 great ice-cream van jingles.  Spitting Image s13e6

 

 

119,166.  Me and my musical chums dressed up to play a track about the Arthurian legends: grandiose music, a heroic subject, outlandish costumes.  This could only be the 70s – heyday of that much maligned creature, the concept album.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  When Pop Went Epic: The Crazy World of the Concept Album, BBC 2018, Rick Wakeman

 

119,167.  The concept album didn’t stop with the 70s.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,168.  The concept album in its most ambitious form yet – the rock opera.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,169.  Tommy was released in May 1969 as a double album.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,170.  Marvin Gaye: What’s Going On is not a question, it’s a statement.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,171.  No-one did it better than David Bowie … Ziggie didn’t just exist of the album cover.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,172.  1973 Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon … The biggest selling concept album ever.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,173.  The concept as total theatre was now a hot ticket.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,174.  A funk universe every bit as creative as prog rock.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,175.  Along came punk and burst our bubble.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,176.  1979: The Wall was one of Pink Floyd’s best selling albums.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

119,177.  Public Enemy: It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.  (Rock & Pop & Records)  ibid.

 

 

120,340.  Sony own over 80 different record labels.  Wolvoman80, Fuck the System I, Youtube 1.53.27

 

 

129,605.  Video killed the radio star.  Now has the internet killed the record industry?  (2000-2009 & Television & Records & Pop Music)  The 2000s: The Platinum Age of Television VIII, Fox News

 

129,606.  Boy bands were selling so many albums.  (2000-2009 & Television & Records & Pop Music)  ibid.  bird    

 

129,607.  At the centre of their dispute is an music sharing internet serving known as Napster.  (2000-2009 & Television & Records & Pop Music)  ibid.  Brant Gumbel, The Early Show

 

 

131,569.  ‘The seeds for what we take for granted – this multicultural society that we live in now – they were really formed on the dancefloor back in the day in the late 60s and early 70s.’  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records, Sky Arts 2019

 

131,570.  Chapter 1: The Trojan: Let’s go to Jamaica: one of the bigger islands …’Kingston was, was fun, ya know, much lovin’ in Jamaica.  Then till them start migrating to England, here.’  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.    

 

131,571.  Between 1955 and 1963 over 100,000 people emigrated from Jamaica to Great Britain.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.  caption     

 

131,572.  David Betteridge: Island & Trojan Records: ‘We were a Jamaican music company.’  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.         

 

131,573:  Millie: My Boy Lollipop … Dandy: Rudy, A Message to You … The Maytals: 54-46 Was My Number … Derek Morgan: Seven Letters … Desmond Decker and the Aces: 007 … The Harry J All Stars: Liquidator … Untouchables: Tighten Up … Lee Perry …      (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,574:  In 1968 the same year Trojan Records is founded, MP Enoch Powell reacts to rising levels of Immigration and addresses the nation.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,575.  A new Vibration is emerging in Jamaica and Trojan begins importing records to sell to a growing market in the UK.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,576.  While mainstream radio will not play Trojan records, pirate radio beings broadcasting Jamaican music.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,577.  Trojan skinhead culture is sweeping through the UK and a new market for Jamaican music is emerging.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

131,578.  Between March and June 1969 Desmond Decker’s The Israelites sells over a million records.  (Records & Black Culture & Reggae & Music & Jamaica & Immigration & Pop Music & Culture & Dance & Great Britain)  ibid.