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Post subject: break-ins  PostPosted: Mar 10, 2010 - 03:52 PM
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i've only seen promo copies of this, what's yours recordfan? the stock copies must be extra rare. i don't think very many people bought this record.



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Post subject: RE: break-ins  PostPosted: Mar 10, 2010 - 04:07 PM
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I have a fascination with break-in records, good or bad, thanks to Dickie Goodman and "Jaws."

My problem is I rarely stumble across any break-in records. There have been numerous times I've bought a weird looking 45 hoping that it would be a break-in, only to be disappointed after giving it a spin.

I've been hoping to stumble across a comp (aside from the Dickie Goodman ones) of break-ins, but I've never seen any of those either.

Wurlitzer, I'm assuming this 45 includes Bill Buchanan? Pretty cool looking 45. Is is any good?
 
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Post subject: Re: break-ins  PostPosted: Mar 10, 2010 - 06:05 PM
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wurlitzer1450 wrote:
i've only seen promo copies of this, what's yours recordfan? the stock copies must be extra rare. i don't think very many people bought this record.


Don't know what Recordfan might have up his sleeve, but mine is a stock copy.

And I thought the promo's were scarce...

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Post subject: RE: Re: break-ins  PostPosted: Mar 10, 2010 - 09:28 PM
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i don't rank this one with the best of B&G, my favs are the touchables, batman & his grandmother, frankenstein of 59, & the first flying saucer one. i'm really attached to the first flying saucer & the frankenstein because of teenage memories, sometimes sentimentality factors into how much i like a certain record, ie: where i was, what i was doing, which car i was driving, who i was with, etc. however i never let what i liked get in the way of buying & selling records when i was in the business.

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Mine's a near mint promo, but I have had at least one regular issue of it. But... Is Fred's styrene or vinyl? I hate styrene, so, I may have gotten rid of the regular copy because it might have been styrene, or maybe just because the promo was in better shape. It makes no difference with this item whether it's promo or regular. Who the hell other than a few crazy's like us are going to care if it's promo or store stock?

Two records that I was really happy to finally get vinyl copies of were "Cherry" by the Rivingtons on Liberty, and "Frosty" by Jan and Dean on Liberty.
 
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I may have asked this before, but it does fit this thread. How many different copies of "On Trial" do you have? I've got two that are different in one spot.
 
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recordfan wrote:
I may have asked this before, but it does fit this thread. How many different copies of "On Trial" do you have? I've got two that are different in one spot.


What do you mean "different in one spot"? Is that a situation where they used a generic version of a song instead of the real deal? The latest Dickie Goodman comp uses a version with generic versions of Little Richard and Everly Brothers tracks for "On Trial" if I recall correctly, but every other comp I've heard has the original songs all the way through.

Also, what's up with the photo of "Back To Earth"? Is that a whole different track or is it a reissue of one of the flying saucer bits? I've got a couple of Dickie Goodman comps, and I've never seen Back To Earth on any of them. Sigh...
 
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recordfan wrote:
I may have asked this before, but it does fit this thread. How many different copies of "On Trial" do you have? I've got two that are different in one spot.


What do you mean "different in one spot"? Is that a situation where they used a generic version of a song instead of the real deal? The latest Dickie Goodman comp uses a version with generic versions of Little Richard and Everly Brothers tracks for "On Trial" if I recall correctly, but every other comp I've heard has the original songs all the way through.

Also, what's up with the photo of "Back To Earth"? Is that a whole different track or is it a reissue of one of the flying saucer bits? I've got a couple of Dickie Goodman comps, and I've never seen Back To Earth on any of them. Sigh...


It's a really early 2nd done only at Monarch pressing. It usually goes for about a bill, if and when it shows up. Not many copies around.

Listen to my two back to back snippets for "On Trial" and it will be obvious to you what I was talking about with two different versions in one spot. If I remember correctly most people have the second one and not the first one.

http://www.divshare.com/download/10731658-cdc
 
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Listen to my two back to back snippets for "On Trial" and it will be obvious to you what I was talking about with two different versions in one spot. If I remember correctly most people have the second one and not the first one.

http://www.divshare.com/download/10731658-cdc


Wow! I've never heard a version with "Green Door" on it! This makes me wonder which was first, and whether or not it was replaced for legality reasons. Are both of these from Luniverse 45s?

Also, thanks for clearing up the "Back To Earth" mystery for me. I really wish there was a good thorough list of all the different pressings and versions of Dickie's stuff.
 
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