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WE BUY RECORDS, CDS, and MUSIC MEMORABILIA COLLECTIONS IN STANTON CALIFORNIA


WHAT WE WANT


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

Including all of the California boroughs and district areas Orange County, Inland Empire.

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

Here are just a few examples of what we buy :

Records – vinyl LPs, 7-inch and 12-inch singles, EPs, 33 RPM, 45 RPM, Picture Discs, Colored Vinyl, Test Pressings, Acetates, Demos and Promo/Promotional Items

Compact Discs – CD Singles, CD/DVD singles, Limited Editions, 3" CD singles, Boxed Sets

Pop Memorabilia – Genuine Autographs, Display Items, Photographs, Tour Clothing, original/authenticated handwritten lyrics, tour itineraries, stage props and costumes, paper goods, concert programs, collectable band posters, press kits, photographs, Genesis Publications, the interesting, the unusual and sometimes the downright weird

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

Original 60s and 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 original or audiophile pressing 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, U2, and more...

Punk, New Wave and Alternative collections by The Clash, The Cure, Depeche Mode, The Jam/Paul Weller, Japan/David Sylvian, Joy Division/New Order, Nirvana, Oasis, Ramones, Sex Pistols, The Smiths/Morrissey, U2/related, and more...

Rock & Metal collections by AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Bon Jovi, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Motorhead, Rush, Tool, and more...

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... if we missed some, we probably need those, too...

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Top Prices paid for MINT condition originals!  Still in original seal from new a plus!

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 undamaged second-hand vinyl records and CD"s wherever you may be.

We will be pleased to quote for your mint condition items, and we are open to negotiating for 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 the world leader in the online seller/dealer platform, so why not cash in on your collectable or blue chip record if it is presently only gathering dust?

We have international representatives located in Las Vegas and Hiroshima City, Japan, and our home office is located in Kent, England. We travel extensively to buy rare items and large collections.

Feel free to e-mail us with a detailed description of the items you have to offer -- you may be surprised at what your records are worth!

We are a better than a Stanton high street record shop, independent record shop, record fair or any other place to sell your records in a Market, Town Centre or Stanton Shopping Centre, Center or Mall and we will pay more than a Stanton 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 California


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!

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

Including all of the California boroughs and district areas Orange County, Inland Empire.

CONTACT US


E-mail - USA@991.com

Our UK Home Office is:

991 Buyers
5 Railway Sidings
Meopham, Kent DA13 0YS
England

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


VAN MORRISON Blowin' Your Mind (Rare 1967 US first press 8-track stereo LP on the red/white/yellow Bang label, the debut solo album by Van the man. Comes housed in a heavy duty pasted picture sleeve with 'Brown Eyed Girl' hype flash & no deletioncuts. The sleeve appears Excellent with minor shelf wear [tiny thumbnail split in bottom right corner] & the vinyl remains in Excellent condition with barely any play BLP-218)

Tracklisting: A1 Brown Eyed Girl A2 He Ain't Give You None A3 T.B. Sheets B1 Spanish Rose B2 Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye) B3 Ro Ro Rosey B4 Who Drove The Red Sports Car B5 Midnight Special
ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Dreams (Scarce 1989 US Polydor 4-CD album box set - this definitive collection features 55 digitally remastered tracks running to over five hours of music! Two hours of unreleased and rare recordings and classic tracks accompanied by a beautifully illustrated 36-page booklet printed on textured paper with great die-cut cover including detailed biography, pictorial discography and track-by-track credits - all housed in a superb embossed card 12" x 12" picture bowith full tracklisting printed on the reverse)x

Tracklisting: Disc One: 1. Shapes Of Things 2. Spoonful - Allman Joys 3. Crossroads - Allman Joys 4. Cast Off All My Fears - The Hour Glass 5. Down in Texas - The Hour Glass 6. Ain't No Good To Cry - The Hour Glass 7. B.B. King Medley: Sweet Little Angel/It's My Own Fault/How Blue Can You Get - The Hour Glass 8. Morning Dew - The 31st Of February 9. God Rest His Soul - The 31st Of February 10. I Feel Free - The Second Coming 11. She Has Funny Cars - The Second Coming 12. Goin' Down Slow 13. Dreams 14. Don't Want You No More 15. It's Not My Cross To Bear 16. Trouble No More 17. Dreams Disc Two: 1. Statesboro Blues 2. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man 3. Midnight Rider 4. Dimples - Live 5. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town - Live 6. Revival 7. One More Ride 8. Whipping Post - Live 9. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed - Live 10. Drunken Hearted Boy Disc Three: 1. You Don't Love Me/Soul Serenade - Live 2. Blue Sky 3. Little Martha 4. Melissa 5. Ain't Wastin' Time No More - Live 6. Wasted Words 7. Ramblin' Man 8. Southbound 9. Jessica 10. Midnight Rider 11. One Way Out - Live 12. Long Time Gone - Dickey Betts Disc Four: 1. Can't Lose What You Never Had 2. Come And Go Blues - Gregg Allman 3. Bougainvillea - Dickey Betts & Great Southern 4. Can You Fool - Allman & Woman 5. Good Time Feeling - Dickey Betts & Great Southern 6. Crazy Love 7. Can't Take It With You 8. Just Ain't Easy 9. In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed 10. Angeline 11. Things You Used To Do 12. Nancy - Dickey Betts 13. Rain - Gregg Allman 14. I'm No Angel - Gregg Allman Band 15. Demons - Gregg Allman Band 16. Duane's Tune - Dickey Betts
WOODSTOCK 3 Days Of Peace & Music (One of the most astonishing & delightful items to ever pass through my hands & difficult to describe in a way to do it true justice, but here goes ... In 1969 the world witnessed an event that, for a short period of time, seemed to display a new hope to a younger generation raised on the horrors of Korea, Vietnam & the Cuban missile crisis. That was the three day event held at Max Yasgur's dairy farm in Bethel, New York, between August 15th & 18ththat year entitled 'The Woodstock Music And Art Fair'. Events at the festival have been documented at great length, the film & soundtrack have been released, so that part is well known. What is less well known is that the organisers produced a fifty four page programme for the event, lovingly crafted in detail & printed on high quality paper stock. What we have here is one of those programmes that, apart from some incredibly minor rubbing to the front & back cover & a little rust staining at the staples, is in astonishing condition. This is NOT a repro, but a 1969 original & only the second one that we have ever seen!)
Please see 'More Info' for further details ....

Tracklisting: This is an original, not a modern repro. There were reproductions printed during the eighties, including some in very high quality by MFSL, but this is not one of those. So, how can you tell ? For starters, the MFSL reproductions that were produced for their Woodstock sets had one of the articles replaced with an article headed 'Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs', which detailed their part in the restoration & remastering of the original concert audio. This does not have that article, so an MFSL reprint it is not. Here it starts to get more tricky .... The paper inside is of high quality textured stock with the first & last page of printed semi transparent rice paper. The plain white pages have a 'coated' smooth feel, while the coloured pages are quite obviously high quality textured ragpaper or similar. How To Spot An Original :- 1) The 'f' in '3 days of peace & music' on the cover must be on the yellow daisy. This one quite clearly is. Repros have tended to vary the placement & font of the text. This is probably the easiest test, although there are further confirmations 2) The back cover text full stops [periods] are ROUND, where the reproductions are squared. These are quite clearly round. 3) The programme should be exactly 10 7/8 inches long and 8 3/8 inches in width. This programme is exactly those dimensions. 4) The staples should be exactly 2 5/16 inch from the top & bottom of the program. These are. 5) On The Grateful Dead page, all text should be in RED. Many of the repros had this text in black for ease of [cheaper] printing. The text on this is red. 6) The first & last pages should be printed on semi transparent rice paper/onion skin. These are. 7) There should be a selection of occasional & random small white dots in the black printed pages as a result of dust getting into the printing process. This in itself would not be enough to prove authenticity, but suffice to say there are indeed random dust spots present in the black printed pages. 8) Provenance. Often understated, this can be key in knowing exactly what you are looking at. This programme came from a collection of US programmes that mostly dated from the early sixties to the late seventies, so it is not a stranger found amongst a collection of modern programmes, but dates to the period covered by most of the rest of the collection. Given the above tests, which this programme passed 100%, we can therefore be confident that this is the real deal from over forty years ago when the world briefly woke to a brighter new dawn. An amazing item. Condition: There is a little discolouration to the outer cover but this is quite minor in nature. There is also evidence of an unknown liquid stain which affects the front left top corner of the programme and a miniscule amount at the top of some of the internal pages, which has led to a small amount of paper loss in places measuring at most 5mm. This is most noticable at the top of the dark pages. There is a 2cm tear at the top of the Bert Sommer page [backing onto The Who page] with the remains on the Blood, Sweat & Tears page, which presumably happened at the same time as the liquid stain to the top left corner. The effect of the unknown liquid has only penetrated that far and by the Jeff Beck page is no longer an issue. Other than that, the internal pages are as clean as a whistle, with no other creasing, staining or writing. So, less than perfect, but only the second one of these that we have ever seen. Given the environment it survived, a small liquid stain [probably beer!] and a bit of scuffing at the corners is more than acceptable. In over thirty years of trading, we've seen more Dr. Z LPs than these programmes, so to call it extremely rare is an undrestatement.

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