A goldmine of values in two grades for more than 30,000 record albums, from the Beatles to Sinatra, from the '50s through the '80s. More than double the illustrations from the last edition, plus an expanded record label directory.
Dedicated to the one you love... Just like you, Goldmine is passionate about vinyl. It rocks our world. So trust us when we say that the "Goldmine Record Album Price Guide" is a vinyl collector's best friend. Inside these pages you'll find the latest pricing and identification information for rock, pop, alternative, jazz and country albums valued at $10 or more. And that's just for starters. "Goldmine Record Album Price Guide" features: Updated prices for more than 100,000 American vinyl LPs released since 1948. A detailed explanation of the "Goldmine Grading Guide," the industry standard. Tips to help you accurately grade and value your records--including promo pressings. An easy-to-use, well-organized format. Whether you're new to the scene or a veteran collector, "Goldmine Record Album Price Guide" is here to help
Author: Dave Thompson
Release Date: 2016
Backed with a rich history and appreciation for the genre, and featuring nearly 50,000 vinyl albums covering some 50 years of recorded music, Goldmine Jazz Album Price Guide, 3rd Edition is the only identification and value guide on the market dedicated solely to collecting Jazz vinyl pressed in the United States. Record collectors and enthusiasts will enjoy wide-ranging artist coverage, extensive discographies, descriptions and vetted secondary market values in this new edition. Jazz, of course, is a voyage of discovery, a journal into musical unknowns and delights. As with any journey, a good companion makes the trip that much more rewarding.
Author: Dave Thompson
Release Date: 2017
Genre: Sound recording industry
A collection of short essays discussing various elements of the sound recording industry, and how to navigate the world of record collecting, this book also includes multiple discographies of the most valuable recordings in various genres and collecting areas.
The record collecting community has been clamoring for a book such as this for more than two decades, and at last, it?s here. The most comprehensive collector?s guide to post-World War II rhythm & blues records ever. &break;&break;Focusing on classic R&B from 1946-71, the Goldmine Standard Catalog of Rhythm & Blues Records contains more than 40,000 entries in all record formats - 78s, 45s, extended plays, albums, and 12-inch singles. More recent releases are also featured. Pricing is included for each listing in up to three grades of condition. More than 100 photos of rarely seen and popular R&B records adorn the pages of this groundbreaking volume. &break;&break;Author and record expert Tim Neely is a regular contributor to Goldmine magazine. This is his 17th record price guide. &break;&break;First readily available price guide to R&B records in more than 20 years &break;&break;The most comprehensive price guide to post-World War II R&B and related musical forms ever &break;&break;Written by record expert Tim Neely, author of the best-selling Goldmine Standard Catalog of American Records series
Lavishly illustrated with 1,360 photos, 160 in color, this volume--the only book available on the topic--identifies, dates and values, in two grades of condition, picture sleeves for pop, rock, alternative, country, r&b, dance, soul, jazz, blues, classical, comedy, movie & TV soundtracks, opera and other types of records. Readers will find entries for more than 10,000 sleeves, covering more than 40 years of U.S. releases.
Collectors of jazz on vinyl know how difficult it can be to find pristine copies of original classic jazz recordings, and ever-changing market values can make pricing those albums even more difficult. With this fantastic, updated 2nd edition, collectors will be able to accurately price records using the most current US market values. This all-encompassing reference features all types of jazz issued on 331/3 rpm long-playing records, including Dixieland, bebop, big band, swing, West Coast, fusion, modern and many others. It includes over 40,000 albums released between 1948 and today, valued in three grades of condition, as well as a thoroughly illustrated label guide for easy distinction between first editions and later pressings. Collectors will discover thousands of records not listed in any other price guide.
This definitive source for fans and collectors flags more than 12,000 recordings, including promotional materials and radio shows. Discographies, label photos and rare collectibles round out Fred Heggeness' most recent release.