Saturday’s Top Three! Including A Rare Rocksteady Hit From Roy Tomlinson, A Badfinger 7″ Scarcity And A Nice Piece Of Polish Madonna!

569098bROY TOMLINSON I Stand For I

1968 UK 7" vinyl single featuring yet another delicious prime cut of rumbling rocksteady to come bawling outta Sir Coxsone's studio! Overseen by the great man himself, this heavyweight treat is backed up with Martin [should be The Martini's] with their feet shuffling, finger clickling, dancefloor favourite, I Second That Emotion. The vinyl is in Ex-/VG+ condition and plays with only minor clicks and pops and is complete with the intact 4-prong centre which completes the stunning blue Coxsone label – With music like this, you just can't resist!

 

BADFINGER Day After Day

1972 UK 7" vinyl single with solid centre produced by George Harrison, also featuring Sweet Tuesday Morning produced by Tod [sic] Rundgren, housed in the now scarce picture sleeve. The sleeve shows a little light creasing, ringwear and a little discolouration – the vinyl should be noted is near mint! A great opportunity to add this rare issue to your collection at an advantageous price!

 

MADONNA Like A Prayer

1989 Polish Sire label 11-track vinyl LP, picture sleeve with picture/lyric inner. The vinyl has just a few light surface marks, with the sleeve displaying only some minor ringwear and corner creasing [which is usual for East European pressings]. A nice copy of this hard to find item.

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