Grease: The Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture

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Grease: The Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture

Grease: The Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture

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As a rule, collectors tend to favor original pressings, so for a given title, the most desirable label variation would be whichever one was in use on the day the record was originally released for sale to the public. There are exceptions to this, however. The red Capitol label mentioned above was commonly used in the early 1970s for a number of titles, but was never intended to be used for records by the Beatles. A few copies of the band’s Revolver and Yesterday and Today albums were accidentally issued with that label, and despite not being “original” issues, they do sell for quite a lot of money on the collector’s market.

That’s not the case with records, however. Vinyl records value is determined by a number of factors, including condition, scarcity, the name of the artist, and a host of other things, both obvious and obscure. Old records” may have some value, but as a rule, it’s not because they’re old. It’s because of something else. The Beatles have remained relevant in popular culture despite having last played in public together in 1969, when they performed on the rooftop of Apple Corps headquarter in London.All selections mixed and re-mixed by David J. Holman at Filmways/ Wally Heider Recording Studios, Hollywood (Except "Grease") Autographed records with provenance, such as a photograph of the artist signing the record, tend to bring the highest prices of all. Newton-John’s cause of death hasn’t been confirmed, but a source told TMZ at the time of her death that she died of metastatic breast cancer. “After a 30-year cancer journey, she lost her battle to metastatic breast cancer,” the insider said. Newton-John was first diagnosed with breast cancer in August 1992 when she was 43 years old.“I draw strength from the millions of women who have faced this challenge successfully,” she said in a statement at the time. “This has been detected early because I’ve had regular examinations, so I encourage other women to do the same.”

This is one of the factors that pretty much has no exceptions; a record with a picture sleeve is always more valuable than the same record without one. Collectors often become interested in records that have gone out of print, and the prices for these no longer available titles can get quite high, depending on the artist and title. In these cases, collectors are usually paying high prices simply to hear the music. Record companies do pay attention to such market trends, and today, it’s quite common to see newly-pressed reissues of albums for sale that haven’t been available on the market in decades.Establishing vinyl records value is an inexact science, and there are a number of factors that go into determining whether a given record is something that will bring a lot of money from a collector or something that would best be used as a place mat. Collectors are interested in buying records in the best possible condition, and ideally, they’d like to own copies of all of their records in the same condition in which they were originally sold – mint and unplayed, with pristine covers. Haynes took the biggest swing of his career to that point with the 2007 film "I'm Not There" a nontraditional biopic about Bob Dylan, which featured six different actors portraying versions of Dylan, including Academy Award winners Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett and the late Heath Ledger.

Parker's film version of "The Wall" won two BAFTA Awards, the British equivalent of the Academy Awards. 14. The Rolling Stones, "Street Fighting Man"/"No Expectations" (Tie) One factor that’s of vital importance in determining a vinyl record’s value is condition, which we’ll discuss at length later. Because the condition of a record is held to be important by collectors, the ideal example of a record to own, in the eyes of many collectors, would be one that has never been played at all. Because of this, collectors will often pay a huge premium for sealed, unopened examples of records they are seeking. This is a case where age can affect vinyl records value, as the older an album is, the harder it is to find a copy that has never been opened or played.While scarcity can be a major factor in a vinyl record’s value, intentional scarcity can affect it even more. While limited edition pressings of albums are a relatively new thing, they are now quite common, with record companies intentionally limiting releases to a few hundred or a few thousand copies. Presley died of a massive drug overdose at his home in Memphis, Tennessee, on either Aug. 6 or Aug. 7, 1977. He was just 42 years old. An autopsy report showed Presley had 14 different drugs in his system, with 10 of those in excessive quantities. 1. The Beatles, "The Beatles" (aka "White Album") Issued in a gatefold sleeve with a ‘window’ cut-out of Alex in prison. Pressed on the swirl Vertigo label.

Rammellzee's art didn't just pertain to graffiti. He was also a skilled sculptor. He died in 2010, at 49 years old, in part due to long-term exposure to toxins through his work as an artist. 4. The Beatles, "Yesterday and Today"

In 2015, Beatles drummer Ringo Starr unloaded more than 800 items from his personal collection of musical instruments and memorabilia in a Julien's auction to benefit his Lotus Foundation charity. Among the gems was Starr's original U.K. mono copy of the Beatles' "White Album." Stamped with serial number A0000001, it's the bona fide first copy to come off the factory production line.



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