Six vinyl 45RPM records from the 1960s
1 Jimi Hendrix: Rare single- Polydor International Production, this 45 RPM single has two songs: The Wind Cries Mary on one side and Highway Chile on the other side. Jimi Hendrix Experience. Probably 1967.
2 Alice Cooper on one side and Cold Ethyl on the flip side: This 45 RPM record is in the wrong cover (in the cover is for Status Quo Live!). It has a single by Alice Cooper; Department of Youth (from Cooper?s first album ?Welcome to my nightmare?) and Cold Ethyl (also from the album ?Welcome to my nightmare?). Produced by Bob Ezrin for My Own Production Co. Ltd. Record Label Anchor. Therefore this single must be dated around 1975.
3 Cliff Richard: ?Hits from Summer Holiday?, by Cliff Richard and The Shadows was produced by Colombia/EMI. It has 4 songs; Summer Holiday, The Next Time, Dancing Shoes, Bachelor Boy.
4 Johnny Young & Kompany: This 45RPM EP has four songs: Let it Be Me and Step Back on Side One, and Cara-Lyn and Baby on Side Two. Distributed by Festival Records for Clarion. Released 1966.
5 Johnny Farnham: This single 45 RPM produced by Colombia/EMI has two songs: Sadie (The Cleaning Lady) and In My Room.
6 The Jaybirds and The Typhoons: This single 45RPM record has The Jaybirds performing ?Here I Go Again? on one side and The Typhoons performing ?Don?t Throw your Love Away? on the other side. Golden Fleece Top Hits.
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