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WE BUY VINYL RECORD, CDS & MUSIC MEMORABILIA COLLECTIONS IN GLYMPTON OXFORDSHIRE


WHAT WE WANT


We will travel to Glympton in Oxfordshire to buy your Rare Records, CDs and Pop Memorabilia and we are buying in all of the following local Glympton areas below.

Including all of the Oxfordshire boroughs and district areas Cherwell, Oxford, South Oxfordshire, Vale of White Horse, West Oxfordshire.

To see a list of all the other towns in Oxfordshire we buy from click here.

Here are just a few examples of what we buy :

Records – vinyl LPs, 7-inch & 12-inch singles, EPs, 33 RPM, 45 RPM, Picture Discs, Coloured Vinyls, Test Pressings, Acetates, Demos and Promo/Promotional Items Compact Discs – CD Singles, CD/DVD singles, Limited Editions, 3” CD singles, Boxed Sets, 33 1/3 RPM, 78 RPM

Pop Memorabilia – Autographs, Guitars, Picks, Display Items, Photographs, Sheet Music, Vintage Clothing, handwritten lyrics, set lists, tour itinerary, stage props & costumes, paper goods, paintings, sketches, art, concert programmes, concert posters, tickets & stubbs, press kits, photographs, scrap books, Genesis Publications, Osiris, Hapshash & the Coloured Coat, Michael English, Ringo Or Robin, ROR, Apple Boutique items and anything interesting, unusual or downright weird.

Gold, Silver & Platinum Record Awards – Certified BPI, RIAA, IFPI or SNEP, authentic in-house variants, Grammy, Ivor Novello, ASCAP, publishing, plaques, shields, trophies, certificates & citations

Original 60s & 70s vinyl record pressings by The Beatles, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Marc Bolan / T-Rex, David Bowie, Eric Clapton / Cream, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, Fleetwood Mac, Genesis, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Queen, Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Velvet Underground, The Who, Neil Young, Frank Zappa and thousands more always required.

Jazz vinyl LPs by Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Dave Brubeck, Paul Gonsalves, Herbie Hancock, Art Pepper, Tina Brooks, Thelonious Monk, Jackie McLean, Shelly Manne, Sonny Clark, Cannonball Adderley, Sonny Stitt, Zoot Simms, Kenny Drew, Duke Pearson, Dexter Gordon, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Don Ellis, Lennie Niehaus, Kenny Clarke, Francy Boland, Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley, Horace Silver

British Jazz vinyl LPs by Neil Ardley, Gordon Beck, Bill le Sage, Ronnie Ross, Ian Carr, Jeff Clyne, Tony Coe, Mike Cotton, Michael Garrick, Michael Gibbs, Joe Harriott, John Mayer, Tubby Hayes, Allan Holdsworth, John McLaughlin, Harold McNair, Dudley Moore, Dick Morrissey, Mike Osborne, Stan Tracey, Tony Oxley, Don Rendell, Ronnie Scott, Victor Feldman, John Surman, Keith Tippett, Julie Tippett, Mike Westbrook

Pop record collections by Abba, Kate Bush, Mariah Carey, Duran Duran, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Pet Shop Boys, Spice Girls, U2

Punk, New Wave & Alternative collections by Blur, The Clash, The Cure, The Damned, Depeche Mode, The Jam / Paul Weller, Japan, David Sylvian, Joy Division, New Order, Nirvana, Oasis, Ramones, Sex Pistols, Siouxsie & The Banshees, The Smiths, Morrissey, U2, Bono, The Edge, XTC

Rock & Metal collections by AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Bon Jovi, Deep Purple, Hawkwind, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Motorhead, Rush, ZZ Top

Genres - 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, Pop, Beat, Rock, Progressive, Psychedelic, Freakbeat, Krautrock, Heavy Metal, Indie, Jazz (modern, be-bop, avant garde, Britjazz), Funk, Fusion, Blues, Soul, R&B, Punk, New Wave, Mod, 2-Tone, Ska, Reggae, Folk, Italo Disco, Library, Motown.

Labels - 4AD, A&M, ABC, Ace, Apple, Argo, Arista, Atco, Atlantic, Audio Lab, BBC, Bell, Bethlehem, Blue Horizon, Blue Note, Bronze, Brunswick, Buddah, Cadet, Capitol, Carnaby, Casablanca, CBS, Charisma, Chess, Chrysalis, Columbia, Contemporary, Coral, Cotillon, Dandelion, Dark Horse, Dawn, Decca, Deram, Disneyland, Dot, Dunhill, Elektra, Emarcy, Ember, EMI, Epic, Factory, Fantasy, Fontana, Geffen, Gordy, Harmony, Harvest, HMV, Immediate, Impulse!, Island, Kama Sutra, KPM, Liberty, London, Mainstream, Marmelade, MCA, Mercury, MGM, Monument, Motown, Neon, Odeon, Page One, Paramount, Parlophone, Philips, Planet, Polydor, Portrait, Prestige, Pye, Rare Earth, RCA, Regal Zonophone, Reprise, Ring O’, Riverside, Rolling Stone, Roulette, Savoy, Sire, Spark, Stax, Straight, Sue, Sun, Swan, Tamla, Threshold, Transatlantic, Tollie, Tower, Track, United Artists, Universal, Vanguard, Vee Jay, Vertigo swirl, Vertigo spaceship, Verve, Virgin, Volt, Warner, ZTT & etc. If we missed some, we probably need those too.

Swap your records for store credit.

Top Prices paid for MINT condition originals !

WHY SELL TO US?


Our experienced team of buyers has been sourcing records, CDs and music memorabilia collections for over 25 years - we like to keep things simple. We’re keen to purchase your quality collectables or second-hand vinyl records and CD's wherever you may be.

We will be pleased to quote for your mint condition items and we love to buy complete collections.

Sell to us with complete confidence and safety - we even refund your postage. If you have a large or valuable collection we can arrange to visit you.

No fees, no negative feedback, no excuses, no fuss. We buy outright and pay immediately.

We are a better than a Glympton high street record shop, independent record shop, record fair or any other place to sell your records in a Market, Town Centre or Glympton Shopping Centre, Center or Mall and we will pay more than a Glympton HMV, Our Price, Zavvi, Fopp, Virgin or Rough Trade shop. We buy unwanted Christmas / Xmas / Birthday gifts & presents from the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and 2010s.

We are the world leader of online sellers & record dealers so make money and cash in on a collectable or blue chip record which has gathered dust for years

We also buy Records and CD collections in house clearances and from dead or deceased relatives in the North, South, East and West of Oxfordshire


Our UK office is located in Kent although we travel worldwide. We have international offices located in Las Vegas USA, and Hiroshima City, Japan. We travel extensively to buy rare items and large collections.

Call us first on the numbers below if you have a collection to sell, or e-mail a detailed description of the items you have. Don’t delay… you may be surprised at what your records are worth!

INSTANT CASH WAITING TODAY


Remember, we will travel to Glympton in Oxfordshire to buy your Rare Records, CDs and Pop Memorabilia and we are buying in all of the following local Glympton areas below.

Including all of the Oxfordshire boroughs and district areas Cherwell, Oxford, South Oxfordshire, Vale of White Horse, West Oxfordshire.

CONTACT US


E-mail - buyers@991.com

Call FREE in the UK 0800 345 7551 | From outside the UK +44 (0)1474 815099

Contact our buyers direct on the following numbers:

Syd Franklin | UK +44(0)1474 816047
Queen, 70's Rock, any other Rock and Jethro Tull a speciality.

Mark Evetts | UK +44(0)1474 816064
Hendrix, Who, Queen, 70s, 80s, 90s Pop, Rock, Indie, Alternative, Metal, Punk, New Wave & Football expert.

Richard Austin | UK +44 (0)1474 816052
Our resident hippy - Art Pepper to Frank Zappa, via Tori Amos & Hawkwind.

Julian Thomas | UK +44 (0)1474 816069
60s & 70s, Beatles, Stones, Zep, Jazz vinyl collections - British, Modern & Avant Garde.

Rich Wilson | UK +44 (0)1474 816059
Jazz, Funk, Disco - strange & unusual preferred.

In Japan you can contact:
Yashuhiko Yashiki Tel / Fax - 0081-82-245-8830
email - Yashiki

Our postal address is:

991 Buyers
The Nine Nine One Building
Railway Sidings
Meopham
Kent DA13 0YS
England

A FEW OF THE MOST RECENT ITEMS WE WANT...


MADNESS Uncle Sam (Scarce 1985 UK limited edition 3-track 7" vinyl PICTURE DISC single including extra track Inanity Over Christmas which was previously released as a M.I.S. flexi-disc. Housed in its original hype-stickered clear PVC outer sleeveJAZZY7)

Tracklisting: 1. Uncle Sam 2. Please Don't Go 3. Inanity Over Christmas
MIKE OLDFIELD Tubular Bells (Rare 1985 Japanese Toshiba EMI issue of the 1973 vinyl LP with red/green Virgin labels, picture sleeve complete with Japanese text biography insert and obi-strip. This copy is in near mint condition 25VB-1066)

Tracklisting: Imagine a twenty year old in your office telling you about a near 50-minute continuous piece of "rock" music he’d wrote and how he’d like you to release it on your new label. Such was Richard Branson presented with when he first met up with Mike Oldfield. Not that the young Oldfield didn’t have credentials. He’d been in a folk band with his elder sister Sally since he was fourteen and had spent the past few years in Kevin Ayers back up band, The Whole Wide World. The rest, as they say, is history. Tubular Bells was an overnight hit for Virgin Records, selling millions of copies. It rose to No. 1 in the UK and No. 3 in the US. That the album garnered such immediate success was telltale of the time. Oldfield was presented as a multi-instrumentalist-savant and the long of it only added to its appeal. The working title of "Opus 1" gave a little more light onto its content: Oldfield took accessible, near Celtic themes, and wove them together in a gentle and naïve fashion that approached minimalism, but remained populist. The first side opened with the hook of a lifetime; the piece ebbed sideways more than forward, gradually building until the resplendent finale during which Viv Stanshall introduced each instrument. The second side worked similarly; only the Moribund vocals and the Bootleg Chorus interrupted the circular motion of the acoustic instruments; it was a gentle extension of the first, except with a Bugs Bunny ending this time around. Oldfield played most everything, with Tom Newman providing the production. Early the following year, an excerpt used as the theme for the movie The Exorcist, would break the Top 10 in the US singles charts. And it wouldn’t end there! An orchestrated version, courtesy of composer David Bedford followed in 1975 and again charted in the UK, but a live version (with a host of Virgin label-mates) remains unreleased. Oldfield’s follow-up albums were similar in style; Hergest Ridge also managed to top the British charts upon release, while 1975’s Ommadawn would settle for No. 4. He enjoyed a long career, vaguely going mainstream after 1978’s double album Incantations.

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