45 RPM Vinyl Records
We are offering fans a chance to own records that were part of Johnny Crawford’s personal collection. Johnny had several copies of many of these recordings to take along on personal appearances. Some of them are promotional copies, while others are the type sold in stores.
We haven’t attempted to use the standard vinyl record grading scale in our descriptions. We’ve done some surface cleaning and some test plays on an older record player. Most have never been played before. The labels are in excellent condition, but the sleeves show wear from years of being moved and stored. The vinyl shows some light marks and dust.
Each record will be shipped in a plastic protective outer sleeve over the paper sleeve. Also included is a Certificate of Authenticity. The shipping/handling fee is $6, with discounts for multiple records ordered together. California residents will be charged 10.25% sales tax. Please allow up to 3 weeks for delivery. International customers, unfortunately due to the fragility of vinyl records, we are not shipping outside of the US.
What Happened to Janie/Petite Chanson
Del-Fi 4215: What Happened to Janie/Petite Chanson (1963) These black label records are in Sidewalk Records sleeves, which are from Johnny’s late 1960s recording career, and not the original ones.
Price: $8 plus shipping
Sandy/Living in the Past
Del-Fi 4229: Sandy/Living in the Past (1963) With the white promotional label and generic sleeve.
Price: $10 plus shipping
Del-Fi 4193: Proud/Lonesome Town (1963) White promotional label and generic sleeve.
Price: $8 plus shipping
Angelica/ Everybody Has Their Day
Sidewalk Records 932: Angelica/ Everybody Has Their Day (1967) Johnny’s two Sidewalk 45s are his rarest recordings. Unfortunately, Angelica doesn’t have the picture sleeve. The white label states that these are promotional copies. We are limiting purchases to one per customer.
Price: $40 plus shipping
Everyone Should Own a Dream/Good Guys Finish Last
Sidewalk Records 941: Everyone Should Own A Dream (Love Song from The Savage Seven)/Good Guys Finish Last (1968) Johnny’s hardest to find recording, we have this with both a yellow and a white label (the same color on both sides). Both versions are in the original picture sleeve. The back of the picture sleeve is plain white with no printing. We are limiting purchases to one per customer.