Where did you purchases these CDs or LPs?
He's posted that on like 5 threads.
does anyone have a recomendation for a program that will make keeping vinyl inventory simple....??
up until now ive just been using a word doc and its become quite tedious.
Coachella 07 (the introduction), 08 (the bands), 09 (the documentary), 10 (the people i came with), 11 (the relationship test... we passed), 12 (whatever the weather, Dirty Epic forever), 13 (the year of the troll)
- PEARL JAM WHY YOU HATE COACHELLA? -
Jeru the Damaja - The Sun Rises in the East
John Talabot - Fin
I was considering bringing Fin to record club, even though it's a Coachella lineup themed week....
Do it. People need to absorb how awesome it is.
Ouch. My copy of No Age showed up today too. The purple is nice. I'll post a picture in a bit.
I dealt with my disappointment by going to see feedtime at the Echo tonight, and I got some records there and at Origami:
feedtime - The Aberrant Years (box set)
Dead Meat - The King 7"
The Lamps - Neils Bohr 7"
James White and the Blacks - Sax Maniac
The Specials - The Specials
X - Los Angeles (Original Slash press)
My King Tuff LP with a custom drawing by KT himself came last week and it's RAD.
Hate when I don't listen to a record I bought, makes me question if I should be gotten it in the first place. Definitely have a few in my collection that haven't been played yet.
Thundercat - Golden Age of Apocalypse
Andy Stott - Passed Me By
Andy Stott record fucking rips. How have I not heard this?
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Well since I've been doing well with my money I decided to finally buy my favorite album of 2011 and it ended up being $57 due to a $22 Shipping and Handling fee.
The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - From The Stairwell (Limited to 50)
Here's a link if any of you would like to listen to a stream of the album.Highly recommend if you like Post-rock.
Put a few records on hold at my local shop two weekends ago and picked them up this weekend. It was all soul stuff and mostly first press. The Otis record was a fucking gift from the heavens. Also got a couple of mail orders and picked up the record the dude was playing when I went to buy the other records (I know, I know. But seriously, check out the Afro-Cuban Jazz comp.)
Factory Floor - Two Different Ways
Holy Ghost! - I Wanted to Tell Her
Curtis Mayfield - Super Fly
Machito/Chico O'Farrill/Charlie Parker/Dizzie Gillespie - Afro-Cuban Jazz
Otis Redding - Otis Blue
The Weather Station - All of It Was Mine
Stevie Wonder - Talking Book
Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
Stevie Wonder - Songs in the Key of Life (w/ 7" and booklet)
I slept on the last used Otis record I saw (Dictionary of Soul...still kicking myself), so I had to get this. I had never seen it in the wild before.
Otis Blue... that's quite a haul. I remember listening to that with my dad all the time.
I know I've mentioned this before, but my parents' first date was to have been an Otis show, but my mom stood my dad up because her parents wouldn't let him go out with him. Something about him kind of being a hood. So he never got to see Otis -- as that show was his last. He died the next day. Somehow my dad gave my mom another chance?
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Pop Market's got a great White Stripes vinyl deal today; free shipping too:
Exclusive 180-gram vinyl bundle offer of THE WHITE STRIPES first three studio albums PLUS the double-live album from the documentary film Under Great White Northern Lights
The White Stripes classic albums as they were meant to be experienced – in analog!
4 LPs for ONE great price!
Many titles long out-of-print on vinyl
High-quality 180-gram audiophile pressings mastered from the original analog source with input from Third Man Records, the sound blows away original pressings!
62 songs spread out over 5 slabs ‘o wax!
Yeah, that was way to tempting. Dammit, I need to stop buying records.
St.Vincent-Florence-BrandNew-Desaparecidos-OFF-ChicanoBatman-Mě-NightTerrorsOf1927-Drake... nah, just kidding, Fuck Drake
It's really difficult. The Charles Bradley record is fantastic by the way. It should be played at most parties.
So happy with the Vinyls I got this weekend
REFUSED - "The Shape of Punk to Come: A Chimerical Bombination in 12 Bursts"(red vinyl,comes with a CD,DVD,and poster)
At The Drive-In - "Vaya"(yellow vinyl)
Mastodon/ZZ Top “Just Got Paid” Split Single(yellow)
Mars Volta - " A Plague Upon Your Hissing Corpse" (purple)