I don't know VSOP87, but I used to use my nautical almanach (which I still have) Bowditch: American Practical Navigator HO Pub 9 and ephemerides. I have not practiced for a very long time, forty years.
The Astronomical Almanac is a good alternative to a nautical almanac (actually, I think the Astronomical Almanac may just be the US version of Great Britain's Nautical Almanac). Much of the data included in the hardcopy book is available on-line from the http://www.usno.navy.mil/USNO/astronomical-applications [Broken].
Under data services, select "more", which will give you more links, including "Geocentric Positions of Major Solar System Objects and Bright Stars", which is probably what you want.
If your question has more to do with how to calculate these positions, the Astronomical Almanac provides a pretty good explanation of that, as well.
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