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Mighty John Marshall’s Ten Vinyl Records To Be Thankful For

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This is the time of the of the year to reflect on all the things in life to be thankful for, and as a special Thanksgiving treat, expert vinyl collector Mighty John Marshall of moneymusic.com joined us this morning to clue us in on a few vinyl collectibles.

He named the ten records worth hundreds (or even thousands!) of dollars to be thankful for this season, so be sure to check your collection to see if you own any of these collectibles!

#10. 1966 Capitol 45 – Beach Boys: “Heroes and Villains” with picture sleeve — $500.00

#9. 1958 Chess EP – Chuck Berry: “Rock and Roll Music” — $500.00

#8. 1969 Atlantic LP – Led Zeppelin: “Led Zeppelin” (pink and brown label) — $500.00

#7. 1962 Sun LP – Roy Orbison: “At The Rock House” — $600.00

#6. 1964 Philles LP – The Ronettes: “Presenting The Fabulous Ronettes” — $700.00

#5. 1965 Columbia LP – Bob Dylan: “Highway 61 Revisited” with cover sticker that reads “Featuring Like a Rollin Stone.” —  $750.00

#4. 1959 King LP – James Brown: “Try Me” — $800.00

#3. 1969 Capitol 45 – Beatles: “We Can Work It Out” (red & white label) — $1,000.00

#2. 1959 Ace 78 – Frankie Ford: “Sea Cruise” — $2,000.00

#1. 1961 RCA 7inch 33 – Elvis Presley: “His Latest Flame” with picture sleeve — $10,000.00

Listen to our interview with Mighty John Marshall below to learn more about these vinyl collectibles!

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