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Check out these cool #midipronet backing tracks of some great songs from the "Decade of Promise and Heartbreak". From fashion to music, variety was certainly part of the landscape. Click on the catalogue numbers for details. Available formats are CD+G, MIDI & MP3+G. * CE0052 ANGELS, The - My Boyfriend's Back * CK2245 ANTHONY, Richard - Ecoute Dans Le Vent * CE0021 RASCALS, The - Good Loving * CE7962 ROOFTOP SINGERS, The - Walk Right In * CE0061 ZOMBIES, The - She's Not There *

Ryland Henderson
1980s, Oldies Music, Vinyl Records, 45 Rpm, Records, Rock Songs, Classic Rock And Roll, 45 Records, Radio

Item Description Artist K.C. + The Sunshine Band Title That's the Way (I Like It) Format 7 Inch Vinyl Single (45 RPM) Label and Catalog Number T.K. 1015 Label Description White-Pink-Purple-Black Label with Black Print / TK Logo at Left Country of Origin United States Type of Recording Stereo Year of…

Shelley Smith
Colored Records.  Yes.  Also grandfunk(mark don and Mel  I think) so fine on album dressed as cavemen! Retro Vintage, Vintage, Retro, 1970s, Vinyl Records, Records, Record Players, Vinyls, Oldies But Goodies

This last week, I somehow managed to find the time (while working on the big catalog order for Uncommon Goods) to launch a brand new product line - colored cuffs! These new Roman Record Cuffs are made from fabulous vintage colored vinyl records. There are two types of cuffs - a larger Men's style which includes the original record label, and a smaller Women's style. I am selling them online as pairs. Each pair is made from one 45 rpm record. A sweet gift for that DJ, musician, record…

Renee Silvernail
Learn how to determine the value of your 45 records. Beatles Records, 45 Rpm Record, 45 Records, The Rival, Record Sleeves, Record Collection, 45 Rpm, Record Label, Turntable

Seven-inch records, or 45s, were first introduced in the late 40s by the RCA Victor record label. The 45 record was made to be the rival of the 33, or 12-inch long playing record. It is called a 45 because it plays at 45 RPM's, or revolutions per minute on a turntable. 45 records have become boutique collectible ...

Diane Carter