| Genre || R&B & Soul || || || |
| Style || Motown || || || |
| Record Size || 7" || || || |
| Speed || 45RPM || || || |
The Fantastic Four 45 titled "Can't Stop Looking for Baby/Just the Lonely"; Ric Tic RT 121, 1966. Both sides play in NM condition (I test-played them entirely). Super clean, copy no sign of previous play. Side A is a Marvin Gaye-like song.
To U.S. locations, the mailing charge is $3.50, first class. If you combine the sleeve with purchases of 45s, the cost is $3.50 for 1-4 discs; $5 for 4-10 discs (priority mail); and $6 for 11 or more records (priority mail). FREE mailing to U.S. locations for any winner whose single bid or combined bids exceeds $75. I typically mail within 24 hours.
International bidders: The overseas rate for more than one 45 record is as follows: $24 for 2-9 records; $34 for 11-15 records. For more than 15 records, e-mail me to determine the rate. To Canada: $16 for 2-9 records; $24 for 11-15. For more than 15 records, e-mail me.
This item belonged to a former employee of the Columbia Records pressing plant in Terre Haute, IN. From 1962-1972, she horded thousands of 45s (and hundreds of sleeves) from the plant directly into the basement of her home. Most of them are unplayed, although an occasional one I have come across suffers from some of the effects of long-term storage wear.
If I do not list the visual grade for a record, this means the record's visual grade does not differ significantly from the play grade. Play grade definitions: NM (near mint) -- little or no surface noise; VG+ (very good plus) -- surface noise, but does not interfere with the enjoyment of the track; VG (very good) -- surface noise noticeable and whether or not it interferes with the enjoyment of the track depends on your level of tolerance. G (good) -- noticeable surface noise, at least some of which interferes with the enjoyment of the song.
Please e-mail me if you have any questions. Thanks for looking.