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    Frank Ballard with Phillip Reynolds Band Rhythm-Blues Party Rare LP Phillips International Mono (1962). If you're into obscure yet cool, esoteric yet hip, inscrutable and strangely desirable -- and aren't we all -- this is for you! Phillips International was a sister label to Sun Records, named after Sun founder Sam Phillips. Best known for being the home label for Bill Justis, Charlie Rich, and Carl Mann in the '50s, there just weren't many LPs released on Phillips International. Sam simply wasn't a big fan of the album format; in fact, the Frank Ballard album was the last of only eight albums the label issued at all, and as for Ballard, it was his only record period -- he had no single and no other album! The Phillip Reynolds Band was regionally known in the South, but never quite cracked the national scene. It's some recording -- but what else would you expect from a label founded by the man who discovered Elvis, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash? Super rare record! Condition: NM 8/ NM 8.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2008
    5th Saturday
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