By Britt Bickel

The British Invasion of the ’60s and ’70s spawned off dozens of notable groups and albums of the time, but which ones are worth big money today?

Vinyl expert Mighty John Marshall checked in with us this morning to give us his top 10 vinyl collectables of the British Invasion that are worth the most. Double check that vinyl collection to see if you have one of these albums hidden away!

Plus, Mighty John has a special offer just for K-EARTH 101 listeners on‘s new CD-ROM which lists the money value for over 1 million albums for only $19.95. Listen below to get that 800 number to call for that special price.

Top 10 Vinyl Collectables of the British Invasion:

10. 1965 Parrot LP- Zombies: “The Zombies” — $100.00

9. 1964 Epic LP- Dave Clark Five-: “Glad All Over” (cover pictures bad without instruments) — $125.00

8. 1965 Epic LP- Yardbirds: “For Your Love” — $200.00

7. 1965 London LP- Moody Blues: “Go Now” (mono) — $200.00

6. 1967 Reprise LP- The Kinks: “Something Else” (pink, gold, & green label) — $250.00

5. 1969 Atlantic LP- Led Zeppelin: “Led Zeppelin” (pink and brown label) — $500.00

4. 1970 Decca 45- The Who: “Young Man Blues” with picture sleeve — $700.00

3. 1964 MGM 45- The Animals: “House of the Rising Sun” (purple vinyl)  — $1,000.00

2. 1968 London 45- Rolling Stones: “Street Fighting Man” with picture sleeve — $18,000.00

1. 1964 Vee Jay 45- Beatles: “Anna/As Me Why” — $30,000.00


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