Jason Hoover 45 King Size 1966 Vancouver R&B Sizzler M- NOS Canadian Pressing
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$   75 Sold For
Jan 22, 2012 End Date
Jan 10, 2012 Start Date
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-Artist / Group: Trials Of Jason Hoover

-Mini bio: During the 1960's, Trials Of Jason Hoover was one of Vancouver's most popular rhythm & blues bands and Jason Hoover was regarded by many as Vancouver's finest soul artist.

-The Trials Of Jason Hoover released just four singles between 1966-69, three on Tom Northcott's New Syndrome label and one on Kapp Records. They were: King Size (New Syndrome 6, 1966), Rhythm Is The Way (New Syndrome 100, 1967), 60 Minute man (New Syndrome 121, 1968) and Freedom Train (Kapp 2132, 1969).

-The Trials Of Jason Hoover comprised of Jason Hoover (vocals), Dave McPhail (drums), Bill Gibson (Keyboards), Bob Kidd (bass) and Jim Harmata (guitar).

-Titles: King Size / Baby I Love You

-King Size co-written by Vancouver guitarist Jim Harmata is a sizzlin' mid-tempo garage/psychedelic rocker with fuzz guitar, percolating bass, organ, drums, and gritty vocals from Jason Hoover.

-Baby I Love You  is a mid-tempo to fast-tempo melodic, rhythm & blues love ballad with percolating bass, drums, strummed guitar with terrific vocals from Jason Hoover.

-Label: New Syndrome 5006

-Year released: 1966

-Billboard number: Non charted

-Canadian pressing

-Visual grade: Mint minus, new unplayed old store stock

-Labels: Mint minus

-We purchased over 4,000 new old stock 45 RPM singles from Zenith Radio & TV in Vancouver B.C. when they went out of business in 1983 and then another 20,000 new old stock 45 RPM singles from Frank's Records also in Vancouver B.C. when they went out of business in 1989. The chances of any 45 rpm single which has managed to escape ever having felt a needle in it's grooves is remote, but does happen. This is one such record. We offer for your consideration: King Size recorded by: The Trials Of Jason Hoover which is a new, unplayed old store stock 45, and will be your final upgrade.

-We stock a constantly changing inventory of 45's, 78's and LP's in every genre of music. The release dates range from the early 1900's through to the 2000's. Hundreds of titles are unplayed, new old stock. Buy with confidence, we grade records accurately and have been selling records through Ebay since 2000.

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-Buyer pays shipping charges:

Canada- $4.00 for the first two 45's plus .50 for each additional 45 up to seven 45's

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 two 45's plus .75 for each additional 45 up to seven 45's

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 two 45's 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: A mint record should appear to have just left the manufacturers without any handling; that is, it should appear perfect! No light scuffs or scratches, blotches or stains on labels or writing, tears or splits; nothing. Perfect. And age has nothing to do with it; the same standards for Mint apply to a rare rockabilly single from 1955 as they do to a Top 40 record from 1988! There are no sliding values for Mint. A Mint record cover should appear to have never had a record in it; no ring-wear, dog-eared corners, writing, seam-splits; nothing! Perfect! Even a new, unplayed old stock record can have factory flaws. Mint should be used sparingly and will usually attract a premium value to serious collectors. Mint means perfect and nothing else!

(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, very light surface scuffs from normal handling are permitted but no light scratches. 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 there 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 where 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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