James Brown Sealed LP Group of 9 (Various labels, 1966-72)...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionJames Brown Sealed LP Group of 9 (Various labels, 1966-72). A vinyl group fit for a king... or a godfather, it's the Godfather of Soul at his finest! All are in Stereo unless noted otherwise. Included here are the King label LPs Soul Brother #1 (985, 1966) in Mono, Raw Soul (1016, 1967) in Mono, Cold Sweat (1020, 1967), It's A New Day - Let A Man Come In (1095, 1970) and Sex Machine (1115 - two discs, 1970) with cutout hole at upper left; Smash label LPs The Real Thing (67093, 1967) and Out of Sight (67109 - two discs, 1968) with cutout hole at lower right; and on the Polydor label Get On the Good Foot (3004 - two discs, 1972) with price sticker on the shrinkwrap, and Soul Classics (5401, 1972). Some are soiled and some have plastic loss. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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