MEGA RARE 45 SLIM DORTCH BIG BOY ROCK 1964 ORIG EUGENIA ROCKABILLY SINGER M - rare vinyl collector item


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MEGA RARE 45 SLIM DORTCH "BIG BOY ROCK" 1964 ORIG. EUGENIA ROCKABILLY SINGER M-

MEGA RARE 45 SLIM DORTCH BIG BOY ROCK 1964 ORIG EUGENIA ROCKABILLY SINGER M
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Auction Details:
Code ID
#6583
Ebay Item #
201030454634
Sold Price
$2348.00
Bids
27
Auction End date
09 Feb 2014
Seller Location
Rocky Face, Georgia

Item Description

EXTREMELY RARE 1964EUGENIALABEL RELEASE.....45 RECORD
WHICH IS HARD TO FIND.......
Artist:SLIM DORTCH....very, mega,mega rare
Songs: "BIG BOY ROCK"/ "MAILING MY LAST LETTER"
Label & Number:EUGENIA{label}#1001..
Wax Condition:Mint- (strong Mint-,greatsound,no skips, no marks)..
Label Condition:Mint (Excellent copy,strong color,.)..
Notes: One of the great obscureRockabilly & Rock'n'Roll records.
Sleeve: yes {stock}...
INTERNATIONAL & ALLBUYERS WELCOME..........
RECORD GRADING:
MINT..UNPLAYED..never on turntable
NM/M- (Near Mint): Like new, looks unplayed.
VG+: A few very faint surface marks, nothing that will affect play
VG: A few more marks than a VG+. Used but not abused...sleeve marks or wax marks
VG-: Light scuffs and light scratches, there will be light surface wear to the record. Expect some light surface noise in parts or a few clicks or pops here and there.
Shipping Costs:
USA: 4.00
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NEW TO E-BAY...........
AFTER 38 YEARS "PLATTERS" HAS CLOSED ...SINCE JUNE OF 1975 WE WERE
ONE OF THE BEST RECORD SHOPS IN THE MIDWEST ...NOW DUE TOTHE LOST OF
KEY PERSONAL OF "PLATTERS" BEING THE REASON OF THIS MOVE TO SELL ON THE INTERNET...we would like thank everyone over the past 38 years....



ALL INVENTORY WILL BE SOLD ...WE STILL HAVE ABOUT 150,000 LPS & 100,000 45'S and music related items....
Rare Copy:

Artist/Title:SLIM DORTCH....Big Boy Rockb/wMailing My Last Letter

Label:EUGENIA #1001

Made in US: 1964

Condition:Record: Mint-
Notes:Both sidessounds great...Excellent Tune, just awesome sound..
Symbols (LT), Label tear, (RW) ring wear, (DJ) disc jockey promo, (SOL) sticker on label,(WOL) Writing on label, (BB) bb hole cut out, (TS) tape stain, (RI) Reissue,(FS) factory Sleeve, (SS) sticker stain, (NS) number sticker.
Please Note:
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Cowboy" Slim Dortch (Born 12 April 1921 in Henry County, Tennessee, as Henry Pierce Dortch; † 11 February 2000 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri) was an American countryand rockabillymusician. While Dortch had a long career, he now days is advised and known only by two singles with Eugenia records into oblivion. 1964 Dortch reappeared in Memphis, Tennessee, where he recorded two singles for the small Eugenia label. The first album was published in 1964 with the rockabilly song Big Boy Rock on the A-side and mailing my last letter on the B side. In June of the same year a more Rockabilly with/sixteen miles / the black rose, which he recorded as "Cowboy" Slim Dortch followed. These are Dortchs only known shots. Better known to friends and relatives as "Slim" or "Cowboy Slim Dortch". He was a musician and appeared on many radio stations across the United States in the 1940's and 50's. He loved playing guitar and singing, and wherever he went you could be sure his guitar was in the car with him.








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