In a world where music is increasingly digital, there's something about the old-fashioned LP that continues to attract new followers. With more new records sold today than 10 years ago, and older ones continually finding new homes, record collecting remains a vibrant hobby. Within this comprehensive guide, collectors will find more albums listed individually than any other price guide. Covering the beginning of American LP manufacture in 1948 through today, it presents more than 60,000 listings in up to three grades of condition. Collectors can accurately and confidently value and inventory their collections with a record label identifier section and a checklist format.
Author Tim Neely presents expanded coverage and updated pricing in this proven winner, featuring an all-new 16-page color section.
* Updated and expanded with additional listings * Features an all-new 16-page color section * The only all-LP price guide on the market
An invaluable, descriptive price guide on LPs. My #1 overall favorite! Very good for Jazz, rock and punk (obscure artists & bands). Provides three (3) prices based on condition as well. Much more definitive than Osborne's record guides but prices are not as "realistic" (averaged) as Jerry's. Only flaw is that Import and Bootleg LP information is VERY sparse - especially on Beatles, Hendrix, Jazz, and punk. Value of Beatles Vee-Jay "counterfeit's" should also be listed as some are not that terrible sounding. A truly great overall LP guide for most needs. Now if I could only find the same type of excellent price guide for Reel-to-Reel tapes