Four Lads 45 No Not Much 1956 Vocal Harmony M-

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 27, 2010
  • Channel: Auction House

-Artist / Group: Four Lads

-Mini bio: Vocal group from Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Bernie Toorish (lead tenor), Jimmie Arnold (second tenor), Frankie Busseri (baritone) and Connie Codarini (bass). Signed up as backup singers for Columbia Records in 1950. Backed Johnnie Ray on several of his hits, including his # 1 hit "Cry". They hit the Top 10 charts in the mid 1950's with Istanbul (Not Constantinople ), Skokiaan , Moments To Remember , No, Not Much , Standing on The Corner and Put A Light In The Window amongst others.

-Titles: No, Not Much / I'll Never Know

-Label: Columbia 4-40629

-Year released: 1956

-Billboard number: 2 and 52 respectively

-American pressing

-Visual grade: Mint minus, appears unplayed

-Labels: Mint minus

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LP's and 78's- $10.00 for the first one plus $1.00 for each additional LP or 78 up to three records

U.S.A.- $4.00 for the first

LP's and 78's- $10.00 for the first one plus $1.00 for each additional LP or 78 up to three records

International- $9.00 for the first 45 plus $1.00 for each additional 45 up to seven 45's. Eight 45's to twelve is $30.00

LP's and 78's- $18.00 for the first one. Two to three is $30.00

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Record grading:

(M) Mint: We don't use this grade as no record is perfect, even SS records can have tiny flaws.

(SS) Still sealed: Still sealed in the factory shrink wrap.

(M-) Mint minus: A nearly perfect record. The record will show no obvious signs of wear. Original finish intact. Picture sleeves should have no more than the most minor defects, such as almost invisible ring wear or other signs of slight handling.

(VG+) Very good plus: The record will show some signs that it was played or otherwise handled by a previous owner who took good care of it. Record surfaces may show some slight signs of wear and may have slight scuffs or light scratches. Picture sleeves may have some slight ring wear, lightly turned up corners, or a small seam split.

(VG) Very good: Many of the defects found in a VG+ record or sleeve will be more pronounced in a VG record or picture sleeve. Groove wear may be noticeable, the record may have light scratches (deep enough to feel with a fingernail) that will affect the sound, but the foreign noises will be less prominent than the music. Picture sleeves may have quite prominent ring wear. Creases, folds, seam splits and tears will be more obvious and may appear on all three sides, and t may be writing as well.

(VG-) Very good minus: Foreign noises may be about as prominent as the music. The record still plays through without skipping. The picture sleeve will have more significant seam splits, perhaps to the point w they were taped closed, and highly obvious ring wear and heavier writing. Can serve as a filler until a better one comes along.

(G) Good: We seldom offer a good record for sale unless it is particularily rare for the following reasons: Foreign noises are louder than the recorded music and listening can be distracted by the noise. May or may not play through without skipping, but should be so noted. Picture sleeves are so badly seam split that they may not be able to contain the record within.Tears, folds, writing and ring wear may be overwheming.

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