This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 4/27/2024
Offered are 16 45 RPM singles of SUN Records songs on other labels that are all Marion Keisker FILE COPIES. The group includes: "BLUE SUEDE SHOES": Sid King (Columbia), Roy Hall (Decca), Jim Lowe (Dot), Carmen Deziel (French version, RCA), Bob Roubian (Capitol), Jerry Mercer (Mercury), Pee Wee King (2) (RCA); "I WALK THE LINE": Preston Ward (Gateway Top Tune); OOBY DOOBY: Janis Martin (2) (RCA); "ROCK AND ROLL RUBY": Rusty Draper (2) (Mercury), Dave Burton (RCA); "HEARTBREAK HOTEL": Homer & Jethro (satirical version "Hart Brake Motel", RCA); "MYSTERY TRAIN": The Turtles (RCA). Most records are MINT condition, or just less, but a few show more wear.

Marion Keisker 78 and 45 Records File Copy Collection - Sun Records Office Manager

Marion Keisker, of course, is the office manager of The Memphis Recording Service and Sun Records for Sam Phillips in the 1950s. She was the very woman who was present the day in 1953 that a young singer named Elvis Presley walked into the Memphis Recording Service and recorded his first song. Marion was on hand for that and many other seminal moments in the story of Elvis Presley and the history of Rock and Roll. This collection represents her "file copy" examples of many of the most important records Sam Phillips ever recorded at Sun Records. We rarely employ the term "MINT" when describing collectibles of any kind, but we found ourselves utilizing that condition designation repeatedly while describing these records. The vast majority of them appear to have been brought home by Marion and then NEVER played or handled much at all. 

1950s and 1960s 45s of SUN Single Covers on Other Record Labels (16) All Marion Keisker (Sun Records) FILE COPIES
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