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    Rolling Stones "We Were Falling In Love" Unreleased 7" Acetate Emidisc (1964). Here's an amazing find. On September 29, 1964 the Stones recorded this song in London at the Regent Sound Studios. A handful of acetates were made from the session, but the song was never used on an album or released as a single -- it essentially disappeared for over 30 years. A copy showed up in the Netherlands a few years ago when a Dutch record dealer bought a group of records that had been owned by one Mark Wynter, a good friend of Andrew Oldham, the Stones' longtime manager and producer. That copy was covered in mildew, and this isn't that copy, but it was a good story, wasn't it? This mildew-less copy is in fine fettle and one of the most unique items in our auction. Condition: EX 7. From the GRT Collection

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    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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    And Good Golly! What an amazing catalog for Stallone The Auction! This looks like something from the likes of Donald Trump -- huge, terrific, First Class, amazing, better than exceptional.
    Edgar V. ,
    Falls Church, VA
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