The Beatles – Rubber Soul (mono PCM 1267)

I found this obscure, but above-average Northern English progressive folk/pop album at the Ashford Market this morning; it was only £1, not 23/6 as the “old money” sticker from Barnett’s Radio & Electrical Services of 66 High Street, Broadstairs on the back of the sleeve has it.
Apparently, the band is called Rubber Soul and I will be on the lookout for more of their work.
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Published in: on October 30, 2010 at 9:11 am  Comments (6)  

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  1. Result – I have a similar disc by some outfit called Sergeant Pepper – related ??

  2. Now – having checked this up – look like a bit of a bargain sir – congrats !!! BIG TIME …. maybe we should setup a rare-beatles off-shoot store !!

    • I don’t think this particular issue is worth that much; I believe it’s the XEX-579.1 (not XEX-579.5 as this is) version that gets the big money.

  3. I’ll never sell! 😉

  4. My mind-set as well – but I was looking in my white-box of discs – with stooppid values attached – and am tempted to fund boiler replacement this winter !! Sad I know …

  5. To paraphrase the National Rifle Association (NRA), “I will give up my records…when they pry them from my cold dead hands.” Having said that, I periodically prune the collection to sell (tho’ even that is usually for record re-ivestment purposes) or give back to charity shops.


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