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Crusaders

The Crusaders (1)

Singles: 7–inch

ABC (2822 “And Then There Was the Blues “) $4-$6 / 1978

BLUE THUMB $4-$6 / 1972-1978

CHISA (8013 “Pass the Plate”) $4-$6 / 1971

MCA (1775 “Street Life [short version]”/”Street Life [long version]) $8-$12 / 1982
(Promo issue only)

MCA (8783 “Street Life”) $20-$30 / 1979
(Picture disc. Promo issue only. Reportedly 125 made)

MCA $3-$5 / 1979-1984

MOWEST (5028 “Spanish Harlem”) $4-$8 / 1972

LPs: 10/12–inch

BLUE THUMB $10-$15 / 1973-1978

CHISA (807 “Pass the Plate”) $10-$15 / 1971

GRP (9638 “Healing the Wound”) $5-$10 / 1991

MASTERTONE (4453 “I’ve Fought a Good Fight”)$10-$15 / 1971

MCA $8-$10 / 1979-1986

MFSL (010 “Chain Reaction”) $40-$60 / 1978
(Half-speed mastered)

MOTOWN (796 “At Their Best”) $10-$15 / 1973

MOWEST (118 “Hollywood”) $10-$15 / 1972


Crusaders (2)

Singles: 7–inch

D.K.R. (12565 “Seminole”) $20-$30 / 1962
(No selection number shown. “12565” is the identification number)

CAMEO (285 “Boogie Woogie”) $5-$10 / 1963

DOOTO (472 “I Found Someone”) $10-15 / 1963


Crusaders (3)

Singles: 7–inch

TOWER (286 “Little Drummer Boy”) $5-$10 / 1966


Crusaders (4)

Singles: 7–inch

PHILLY GROOVE (155 “You Pay For Love”) $150-$250 / 1969


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