June 11, 2019
Start Date: June 10, 2019
Final Price: £950.00 (GBP)
Seller Feedback: 115
Buyer Feedback: 491
Those Lonely Nights
Please Don't go
Original Fee Bee (FB-221) USA 45 in Mint- condition
Label = Please see photos
Vinyl A-side = Mint-
Vinyl B-side = Mint-
Ultra Rare 45 that is seldom offered for sale. This 45 is in truly stunning condition.
The A-side 'Those Lonely Nights' is a current biggie and always in demand. However don't overlook the flip side! The B-side 'Please Don't Go' is an excellent mid tempo 'quality' soulful tune, so rare with the potential to go massive on the rare and underplayed scene. This Record is from my personal collection. Please see my other auctions for similar Northern Soul Records. All records are Original first pressings. (no bootlegs or reissues).
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I will post all records over £100 by SPECIAL DELIVERY. Records will be packed securely in brand new heavy duty record mailers with stiffener boards
(Special Delivery will cost me £7.50, so when you factor in the packaging materials and petrol, it costs me around £10 per record to post out within the UK).
Records under £100 will be sent 1st class 'Signed For' and insured upto the full value of the record.
If you are outside the UK, please message me before you bid for a postage quote. I will only send records that are fully insured with tracking details. I will only charge the actual 'cost price' that the post office charge me!
I never use this grade, even for new records, as you can find fault in anything if you look hard enough. Used records should never be described as mint, as once a stylus has been on a record it can no longer be technically classed as mint, new or unplayed!
NM (same as MINT MINUS): MY TOP GRADE. Practically flawless. A grade I use mainly for new reissues or genuinely unplayed records that look brand new.
VG++: (same as EX) Clean, shiny vinyl in great condition. Very light surface marks (if any) which do not affect play. Perhaps a faint tick or brief moment of subtle surface noise. Overall a very nice copy.
VG+: Some light visible marks which do not affect play. Possible light surface noise at times, which may be more noticeable during soft passages. Might play with minor clicks but nothing continuous.
VG: Surface marks and scuffs will be apparent. Surface noise may be more significant. Might play with more ticks and pops but never skips or overpowers the music. Still a good listen.
VG-: Substantial disc wear. Will play with louder pops and background noise. Perhaps a brief skip or two. I only auction records in this condition if they are highly sought after.
I am a very picky grader and grade strictly. Something I grade as VG condition may be seen by others as VG+. I’d rather grade on the conservative side and have you be pleasantly surprised, rather than be disappointed with your purchase. There's nothing more disappointing than receiving records from people who grossly over grade records, we've all been there!