The Library Records

  • "Library records were first composed for use in film, television, and radio productions as stock music, cues, and effects that could be licensed – most often as a way to save on the cost of an expensive original score. They would be written to briefs that sometimes just requested a mood, emotion, or vague activity to be expressed in the music."                - Will Pritchard
Claude Piéplu Raconte... Les Shadoks (1st, French)
$90.00

Claude Piéplu Raconte... Les Shadoks (1st, French)

Barclay

VG ~VG- 1969 French Children's book with accompanying record.  Media has some scratches, and some marks. Some gunk in the grooves, a rare copy. Som...

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$90.00
Bande Originale Du Film Le Mariage Collectif
$625.00

Bande Originale Du Film Le Mariage Collectif

Disc'Az

NM-/EX Lovely original French 45 *Pictured copy*

$625.00
Sacco & Vanzetti (1st, US Press)
$12.00

Sacco & Vanzetti (1st, US Press)

RCA Victor

EX/EX Includes original innersleeve. Media and sleeve both VG++ to EX *STOCK PHOTO*

$12.00

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