How do I find out how much an album is worth?
To determine the value of your record, you must first identify it. Start by looking for a Catalog Number on your record, which is often found on the album sleeve or pressed on the inner ring of the vinyl itself. Next, search for a barcode number.
Are 10 inch vinyls worth anything?
As it turned out, everyone wanted those extra grooves—by the mid-1950s, 10-inch records had been largely phased out, which is what makes them so collectible today. Some of the most prized, vintage 10-inch records from 1948 to 1956 are those cut by jazz artists on labels like Clef, Savoy, Prestige, and Blue Note.
Are my record albums worth anything?
When it comes to a vinyl record’s value, condition is paramount, and worn copies of a record usually sell for modest amounts of money except in the cases of items that are rare to the point of being unique.
What are old albums worth?
The average eBay selling price for vinyl records is around $15, though vinyl record values vary significantly: from 50 cents to $50 or more. You need to do some research to determine exactly how much your vinyl records are worth.
What is Michael Jackson Thriller album worth?
Thriller – Michael Jackson The 1982 CBS Mastersound series version is worth $53.00.
What is the value of Elvis Presley albums?
Elvis – Elvis Presley: up to $1,000 Elvis records don’t tend to sell for much, given that most teenagers in 1950s America bought them by the bucketload. However, certain records are worth a pretty penny. Have a look out for mono copies of the King’s debut album. Copies can sell for up to $1,000.
What Motown albums are worth money?
Rarest Motown 7″s Sold On Discogs In The Last Year
- #1 – $660 – Marvin Gaye – This Love Starved Heart Of Mine (It’s Killing Me) (1995)
- #2 – $275 – Gino Parks – Fire / For This I Thank You (1962)
- #3 – $257 – Shorty Long – Out To Get You (1964?)
- #4 – $220 – Frances Nero – Keep on Lovin Me / Fight Fire With Fire (1966)
What does music by MFSB stand for in Discogs?
American studio band formed by producers Gamble & Huff of the Philadelphia International Records label. When credited with “Music By” on a release, please use “Performer [Music By]” (the “Music By” credit in discogs is for music composers, not performers) MFSB is an acronym for “Mother Father Sister Brother”.
Who are the members of the band MFSB?
American studio band formed by producers Gamble & Huff of the Philadelphia International Records label. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device. Videos you watch may be added to the TV’s watch history and influence TV recommendations.
Where does the last name MFSB come from?
Name origin. According to the book A House on Fire: The Rise and Fall of Philadelphia Soul, by John A. Jackson, the “clean” version of the MFSB name means “Mother, Father, Sister, Brother”, because according to Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, despite the diversity at Philadelphia International Records, all were connected musically.
Where can I buy m.f.s.b CDs?
LATE ADDITION: two of their original CDs are available from BBR records, WHICH IS A DIVSION OF CHERRY RED!!!, in really nice sound. It seems Cheery Red (aka Sony aka BBR, they are all the same label really) have different classes of sound quality.