Glasgow’s Button Up harken back to the Northern Soul sound with their brilliant single “Listen To Your Heart (Beat).”
Jazz records take honors for most dominant genre on this week’s countdown. As far as format is concerned, it’s a collector’s paradise. We’ve got the usual LPs and 45s, plus a rare 1960s acetate, a modern test pressing and a set of glow-in-the-dark vinyl 7-inch records you’ve got to see to believe.
No, you’re not seeing double, but a lot of this week’s Market Watch auction results sure look that way. Which artists have doubled up on the countdown? And whose double play brings in the biggest coin?
When it comes to this week’s Market Watch, it’s all about soul. Four Northern Soul records sold for a combined value of $21,772.05 this time.
Soul queen reflects on her days with Motown, The Jacksons and Marc Bolan
But The Beatles coming along for the ride with two less-frequent flyers on the Market Watch roundup
Recent auction results for vinyl and CDs.
Holy grails don’t get any holier than this, especially for Northern Soul acolytes. Going up for auction, starting March 14, is one of only two known copies — and the only one in acceptable playing condition — of Frank Wilson’s “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do),” considered by many to be the most valuable ultra-rare 45 record in the world.