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Author: Martin Popoff
ISBN13: 978-1440203732
Title: Goldmine Record Album Price Guide
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Language: English
Category: Antiques and Collectibles
Publisher: Krause Publications; 6 edition (October 6, 2009)
Pages: 688

Goldmine Record Album Price Guide by Martin Popoff

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Knowledge is power, so power-up with Goldmine! 70,000 vinyl LPs from 1948 to present. Hundreds of new artists. Detailed listings with current values. Various artist collections and original cast recordings from movies, televisions and Broadway.

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It's been 60 years since the little record with the big hole first arrived on the scene, changing the sound of music forever; and while these black gems have been around for a long time 45s are still red hot in the collecting market. The Goldminer Price Guide to 45 RPM helps you stay in the loop and on the edge of the 45 RPM market with comprehensive coverage of the biggest little record ever made. picture sleeves and label identification guide.

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Whether you're cleaning out a closet, basement or attic full of records, or you're searching for hidden gems to build your collection, you can depend on Goldmine Record Album Price Guide to help you accurately identify and appraise your records in order to get the best price.Knowledge is power, so power-up with Goldmine!70,000 vinyl LPs from 1948 to presentHundreds of new artistsDetailed listings with current valuesVarious artist collections and original cast recordings from movies, televisions and Broadway400 photosUpdated state-of-the-market reportsNew feature articlesAdvice on buying and selling Goldmine Grading Guide - the industry standard

Reviews: 7
Goldmine's record price guides are notorious for their inaccuracy, especially when it comes to values. Most of the prices in the guide are wrong, but that has never stopped me from owning the Record Album Price Guides, because they include some invaluable info re pressing dates, label styles, catalog numbers, etc. However, the latest edition seems to have been slapped together lazily (with little or no research), and offers no improvement over previous editions.

For example, the Label Identification Guide still omits key collectible labels, including Blue Note and Prestige - two of the most desirable jazz labels, where a difference in the address on the label can be the difference between a $20 LP and a $500 original pressing. The guide also still includes artists like Bing Crosby and Perry Como, even though it is impossible to find a collector who will pay $1 for any one of their LPs. The omissions are glaring, especially considering the popularity of vinyl records by bands {like White Stripes, for one example) whose LPs regularly bring high prices.

Worst of all, Martin Popoff's articles are inaccurate at best, especially his essay on record hunting, "A Cabbagetown Excursion: My 16 LPs for $30." In that article, he claims that Julie Driscoll's "1969" is worth $95 for a "very rare" Canadian copy. Not only is that a spurious claim, but the LP's U.S. pressing is not even included in the price guide. That kind of inconsistency is unforgivable.

As for the listings themselves, over 90% are simply reprints from previous editions, with no changes in data, no change in value. This is simply unrealistic and does not reflect the actual trends in record collecting.

Unfortunately, Goldmine's Record Album Price Guide is the best book of its kind on today's market. However, my 4th edition is every bit as useful as the 6th, and copies of the 4th & 5th editions are widely available at half the price.
What an absolutely waste of time and money. Awkward. Guess it should be titled POPULAR Record Album Price Guide. This IS NOT for the serious collector. Stick with DISCOGS. DISCOGS is more complete, current, and FREE!.
I have always used Goldmine's Price guide with a grain of salt. I have a 2nd edition that is pretty good. I decided to update to this edition and found all the rare classical records taken out and many of the jazz artists records taken out, leaving an abbreviated discography of what is still left listed by that artist. Don't know what the 3rd,4th and 5th editions are like, but I still use my 2nd edition and have packed this 6th edition up with items to sell. I also am going to try to find another Price guide besides Goldmine.
Great item! Loved it.
The book was like new when I got it so that's great. I'm enjoying reviewing the book and putting some values on the hundreds of albums I've been listening to and hauling around for years. I've not tried to actually sell any albums so I can't really rate the book's accuracy.
The articles were informative, and the information was clear and easy to read. I advise strongly that any/all vinyl enthusiasts should have this book. You may want to get a separate Jazz guide, however - a lot of jazz music was not in here. Even so... It's a good resource.
This is a great source for finding out how you should price your albums. Which ones are worth more money, etc. I found some of mine to be worth more than I thought, after perusing this guide. Buy it, you'll use it and discover what I did.
A lot of great information, aside from the encyclopedic pricing info. I like the way it's organized, easy and logical to navigate. Wish there were more photos, but what's there is fascinating and helpful.