GOSPEL BLUES GUITAR 78: SISTER ROSETTA THARPE Strange Things Happening Every Day

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April 16, 2018 - 11:56:07 PM GMT (5 months ago)
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GOSPEL BLUES GUITAR 78: SISTER ROSETTA THARPE Strange Things Happening Every Day This Sister Rosetta classic was released as the B side of Decca 8669. This copy has heavy groove wear, probably a jukebox copy G. Side A is Two Little Fishes and Five Loaves of Bread in better condition, VG+ to E-. Comes in a torn Decca sleeve. There are red pen marks on the labels. See record grading codes below.Combined shipping available.78 RPM RECORD GRADING Most of the following descriptions are based on the Vintage Jazz Mart grading codes. N (new) or M (mint): New and unplayed. NM or N- (near mint): Nearly same as M but played a few times. or showing minimal storage wear. E+: plays almost like new, with very few signs of handling, such as tiny scuffs from being slipped in and out of jackets. E (excellent): Still very shiny, near new looking with few or no visible signs of groove wear but may have a few inaudible scuffs. E-: still shiny, but without the luster of a new record. Very little wear, plays distortion-free. May have a few minor scuffs. V+ or VG+: An "average" looking 78 in which scuffs and general use has dulled finish somewhat. Wear is moderate but playing is generally free of distortion. Surface noise still not pronounced. V or VG (very good): Moderate, even wear throughout but still very playable. Surface noise and scratches audible but not too intrusive. V- or VG- = quite playable; may have some distortion in louder passages but music remains loud in most places. Surface noise from wear and scratches are below music level. G+: gray throughout or quite scuffed but still serviceable. Music begins to sound muffled. G (good): quite worn/damaged, but surface noise still below music level. Listenable. G-: Music muffled from wear but still exceeds surface noise. F+: Music remains audible over surface noise but listening uncomfortable. F (fair): Surface noise is as loud as the music. P (poor): unplayable. [+ and ? denote in-between grades. Grades with a slash in between indicate the condition of Side A/Side B.]Note: Some 78s look mint or near mint and may be graded so, but may play with some surface noise due to poor quality pressing material.
132571601764
April 06, 2018 - 11:56:07 PM GMT (6 months ago)
US
10"
78RPM

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