45RPM David Bowie - The Laughing Gnome





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Uploaded on Mar 30, 2007

David Bowie's first major hit 'Space Oddity' was another two years away, when he wrote and recorded this track in 1967 for the Deram label. Deram Records was set up by Decca Records (UK) ostensibly as a label for "alternative" or "progressive" artists. Mint copies of this 7" single, with an 'inverted' matrix number printed on the label are worth in the region of £70. My copy has the matrix number the right way up and is worth around £5.

The turntable is a Rotel RP310 which I purchased in 1980 for £50. The arm is fitted with an Audio Technica AT10E Cartridge purchased late 80's also for £50.

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