Whether you're cleaning out a closet, basement or attic full of records, or you're searching for hidden gems to build your collection, you can depend on Goldmine Record Album Price Guide to help you accurately identify and appraise your records in order to get the best price. Knowledge is power, so power-up with Goldmine! 70,000 vinyl LPs from 1948 to present Hundreds of new artists Detailed listings with current values Various artist collections and original cast recordings from movies, televisions and Broadway 400 photos Updated state-of-the-market reports New feature articles Advice on buying and selling Goldmine Grading Guide - the industry standard
More than ten years after they disappeared from the mass market, the 45 RPM single is becoming more and more collectible. Containing nearly 75,000 singles, this reference lists all of them individually by title with updated pricing in up to three grades of condition.
The ability to accurately identify and assess vinyl can make the difference between paying too much and selling albums for far too little; and the one guide helping to empower you with these abilities is "Goldmine Record Album Price Guide," The best-selling record price guide on the market, this new edition contains listings and collector pricing for 70,000 vinyl albums recorded between 1948 and the present. With up-to-date collector values and basic descriptions, this guide covers most genres of record collecting, including rock n roll, country, surf, punk, jazz, classical and more.
All That Jazz! Dixieland to fusion, big band to bebop, take the guesswork out of valuing 50 years of collectible jazz albums with the 2004 Goldmine Jazz Album Price Guide. Tim Neely, author of eight recording industry price guides including the Standard Catalog of American Records has authored this comprehensive new anthology featuring thousands of musicians, composers and vocalists from the 40's through today. Well illustrated with an easy-to-reference, alphabetical-by-artist format; values are complete up-to-date and listed in three grades of condition. Over 40,000 listings with accurate pricing in three grades of condition Thousands of jazz artists - Dixieland, big band/swing, bebop, progressive, modern, fusion, and more Well-illustrated, easy to use, alphabetical-by-artist format The only jazz price guide on the market!
It's been 60 years since "the little record with the big hole" first arrived on the scene, changing the sound of music forever; and while these black gems have been around for a long time 45s are still red hot in the collecting market. Goldmine? Price Guide to 45 RPMhelps you stay in the loop and on the edge of the 45 RPM market with comprehensive coverage of the biggest little record ever made. In this one book you'll find updated pricing, a checklist format for easy inventorying and: 80,000 listings of 7-inch 45s, and Eps Details on artists, labels, and variations State-of-the-market report featuring an insider's look at hot trends Three feature articles:60 Years of the 45: How It All Began,Why 45s MatterandThe World's Rarest 45s Bonus CD featuring: 20,000 additional listingsnot included in the book, 1,000 picture sleeves and label identification guide
More vinyl values than you can ever imagine! This new edition of the premiere U.S. record album identification and price guide contains double the listings (150,000) of any other vinyl values book, plus extensive notes about variations of labels, record jackets, and picture sleeves ? a key component in determining hundreds of dollars difference in the value of an 45, album, 7-inch extended play single and 12-inch single.
Your Vinyl Answer Goldmine's Essential Guide to Record Collecting celebrates some of the finest vinyl ever pressed by music's greatest artists. You'll find the royalty of Rock (Elvis, The Beatles, the Rolling Stones), the pioneers of Punk (The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Ramones), Motown's movers and shakers (Berry Gordy, Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight), Jazz kings (Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon), Disco queens (Donna Summer, Diana Ross, Deniece Williams), the first couple of Folk (Joan Baez and Bob Dylan), and a host of others from Psychedelia, Classical and the Eighties. Filled with record art, concert posters and artist profiles, as well as lists and values of the best rarities, 45s, 78s and albums from across the musical spectrum, Goldmine's Essential Guide to Record Colleting isn't the reason you'll love vinyl. But it just might be the reason your love affair will last.
Features 2000 listings and 500 colour photos of the band's merchandise and is a must-have for buyers, sellers and collectors of Kiss memorabilia and music. The book offers detailed listings for every US recording, as well as foreign releases. There are also detailed listings of more than 250 licensed products produced from 1974--1988, from action figures, Beanies and die-cast cars, to Halloween costumes, posters and videos.
Warman's Records Field Guide provides a handy - and attractive - way of discovering how valuable old records can be. This full color portable guide features thousands of listings, prices and hundreds of color photographs of some of the greatest and most valuable records of all time. Collectors, dealers and enthusiasts will find everything from Abba to Zappa in this fun-filled yet informative pocket guide. &break;&break;Edited by record collecting guru and author Tim Neely, this field guide features information on how to collect records, what's hot, the rarest and most valuable records, buying and selling tips and much more. Whether a novice, or more experienced collector, Warman's Records Field Guide will prove to be a sound investment.
The record collecting community has been clamoring for a book such as this for more than two decades, and at last, it?s here. The most comprehensive collector?s guide to post-World War II rhythm & blues records ever. &break;&break;Focusing on classic R&B from 1946-71, the Goldmine Standard Catalog of Rhythm & Blues Records contains more than 40,000 entries in all record formats - 78s, 45s, extended plays, albums, and 12-inch singles. More recent releases are also featured. Pricing is included for each listing in up to three grades of condition. More than 100 photos of rarely seen and popular R&B records adorn the pages of this groundbreaking volume. &break;&break;Author and record expert Tim Neely is a regular contributor to Goldmine magazine. This is his 17th record price guide. &break;&break;First readily available price guide to R&B records in more than 20 years &break;&break;The most comprehensive price guide to post-World War II R&B and related musical forms ever &break;&break;Written by record expert Tim Neely, author of the best-selling Goldmine Standard Catalog of American Records series
New Expanded Edition 18 additional years and hundreds more artists! Find Cash in Your Stash Join the most exciting treasure hunt in America! Now when you discover records in flea markets, thrift stores, second-hand record stores, or your own basement or attic, you can easily find out what they're worth Inside, you'll find the most comprehensive guide to vinyl anywhere. It includes artists, labels, formats, titles, dates of releases, variations, errors, fakes, cross references, and current prices. Plus, you'll get the Goldmine Condition Grading Guide, a market report, and advice on buying, selling, and collecting: everything you need to know to turn vinyl into gold. Covers the entire Golden Age of Vinyl (1948-1991) 150,000 45s, albums, picture sleeves, extended play singles, and 12-inch singles Rock, Pop, Country, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, and virtually all other genres Market Report: What's Hot and What's Not Advice on Buying, Selling, and Collecting Vinyl Goldmine Condition Grading Guide Two feature articles: From My Cold, Dead Hands The World's Biggest Record Collection