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Old 07-26-10, 07:22 PM
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I'm looking for a CD that has [I]The First Kiss[I] by the Norman Petty Trio.
It's is supposed to be on "Long lost instrumental hits of 50's and 60's", Sony 92987, but I think it is OOP.

The version of the song I really want is a vocal but if I can find this one in just instrumental, I'll be greatful.

Anyone possible have this they might want to sale?

BTW, I've tried both eBay and Amazon.
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Old 07-27-10, 05:50 AM
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Borders.com lists that "Long Lost Instrumental Hits" CD. It's only $3.99, but backordered - which could mean it's a dead end. I don't know where to get the vocal version on CD, but the original 45 will only set you back $5.00 on (a site that apparently can't be mentioned here, but can be easily found with Google Shopping).

EDIT: a Google Blog search may be worth your while.

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Old 07-28-10, 07:56 AM
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Re: Help in finding a CD

Originally Posted by Luther Heggs View Post
Borders.com lists that "Long Lost Instrumental Hits" CD. It's only $3.99, but backordered - which could mean it's a dead end. I don't know where to get the vocal version on CD, but the original 45 will only set you back $5.00 on (a site that apparently can't be mentioned here, but can be easily found with Google Shopping).

EDIT: a Google Blog search may be worth your while.
Thanks! I have the original 45rpm (on Columbia) but unfortunately it has been played so many times, there are a few scratches and needle noises.
I'll try Borders.

I may order another copy of the vocal version (on 45rpm) although I don't have a turntable to record from.
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Old 07-28-10, 03:13 PM
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Thanks! I have the original 45rpm (on Columbia) but unfortunately it has been played so many times, there are a few scratches and needle noises.
I'll try Borders.

I may order another copy of the vocal version (on 45rpm) although I don't have a turntable to record from.
If you're OK with a needle drop from the 45, visit Grumpy's Golden Oldies.
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