JackieBernard-Way Down In The Ghetto-Rare Orig.Ja ROOTS

$9.91 USD
March 19, 2010 - 07:06:59 PM GMT (over 12 years ago)
Way Down In The Ghetto/Rats In The Ghetto - Jackie Bernard & The Kingstonians/Boris Gardener Happening- LEAL (Orig JA) (7") 1973 Legendary 1st press roots for collectors. Vinyl is G+/VG- (just). Label is a little worn through general wear & tear. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Please note the following terms & conditions before bidding. If these are not acceptable to you then please do not bid. 1. All U.K items will be sent by either 1st class 'Recorded Delivery', or 'Special Delivery' on items above £39 in value. 2. All items to Europe will be sent by 'Royal Mail International Signed For Service'. Individual records won within a 7 day period can be combined to reduce shipping costs. However items must be paid for within 7 days of the first invoice date. Records posted to the rest of the world will be sent by standard airmail or 'Royal Mail International Signed For' service, dependent on value. 3. Bidders with less than 10 feedbacks must e-mail first before bidding. 4. I reserve the right to cancel bids from bidders with a poor feedback rating. 5. All records will be posted no later than 3 days after payment has been received & usually will be posted the following day. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Please see below for my full grading system. GRADING MINT = unplayed ex-shop stock. EX = almost mint except for possible light usage,or marking on label.No marks on vinyl. VG = minimal marks,no reduction in sound quality at all. VG- =very clean sound quality,but marks to vinyl and possible light scratches.(this is by far the most common condition of my records and proves wholly satisfactory to customers). G+/VG- = more than acceptable playing condition,label likely to be worn or marked. G+ = noisy-but music still appreciable. G/G- = rough condition,noisy,could be scratched or have hiss but of great interest for historical content. OTHER ABBREVIATIONS USED; BLANK = original first pressing of tune given to sound system operators to play before the record was given a label and made available in the shops for the general public. LD = label damage. CD = Cover Damage(applicable to LP’s). Please note: most records i sell are ex sound system copies and often have sound man markings on the labels.
March 12, 2010 - 07:06:59 PM GMT (over 12 years ago)
Single (7-Inch)
45 RPM


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