Pinside Vinyl Club

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Pinside Vinyl Club

By Rascal_H

2 years ago

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#109 2 years ago
Quoted from PoMC:

Along with Death and Taxes, another inevitability is there's always a Dan Fogelberg album in every record bin at the flea market. Oak Ridge Boys would be a close 2nd.

Don't forget this one:

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There was a time when the used album bins were full of these.

#110 2 years ago

The night Barb and I merged and alphabetized our collections.

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#133 2 years ago

Had these pictures in another post, but I think they kinda fit here.
My friend closed his record store last month, and gave me the counter.
I think it's pretty cool! Now I need to find a place to put it.

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#134 2 years ago

I bought this one just for the jacket.

It has to be the creepiest album cover I've ever seen!

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#151 2 years ago
Quoted from dookski:

New one tonight thanks to three60in at It put my baby to sleep, so it's worth its weight in gold.

"...........Freddy get ready, rock steady! When Johnny strikes up the band."

#165 2 years ago

Anyone from NY, NJ or PA, remember these guys?

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#167 2 years ago
Quoted from SteveO:

I agree. Some Enchanted Evening is one of my favorite live records.

Don't forget "On Your Feet, Or On Your Knees".

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#225 2 years ago

Picked these two up last week.
Graham Parker has been on the turntable ever since!

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#226 2 years ago
Quoted from pabloshootagain:

Let's see if you can guess what is this ? Maybe you're too young !!
I was in first grade of high school (1979 )

When I was at school, the guy in the next room played this over and over non-stop.
I don't need to hear it again

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#235 2 years ago
Quoted from Tbgolfen:

Picked up this beauty to give vinyl a try at the office. Sounds horrible but for background music it might be acceptable.

Cool, but might not be so good for your vinyl.

#239 2 years ago

Starting to dig into my Husker Du collection.
In cue for this weekend:

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#240 2 years ago

Also, Classical is pretty cool when playing pinball!
Play it loud.

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#244 2 years ago

I didn't feel so good this weekend, so we kept it mellow:

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#249 2 years ago

Just picked this up last week.
Cool orange vinyl!

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#250 2 years ago
Quoted from yuriijos:

"........ Don't have a record player anymore so they are in storage."


#274 2 years ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Does anybody else remember the Sound Guard record preservation system?
I have a lot of my albums dated on the jacket after using it. So far they still sound great!

My favorite Little Feat album!

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#277 2 years ago

Christmas came early.
An old Dynaco!


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#283 2 years ago

Also the passing of Overend Watts of Mott The Hoople.

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#348 2 years ago

In queue for tonight's festivities!

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#350 2 years ago

Aw.....go ahead and open it!

Zappa rules!!!!!!


#356 2 years ago

^^^^^The one and only time I saw Rush, was the Permanent Waves tour!^^^^^

#357 2 years ago
Quoted from AudioHaven:

Another vinyl addict here! Here's me enjoying spinning some at my old place...

That's a nice rig.
I'm sure it sounds as good as it looks!

#369 2 years ago
Quoted from SteveO:

They were selling vinyl at the Yes concert last night. $25 each was steep and I have all their early stuff anyway on vinyl.

Who is playing bass for them now?

#371 2 years ago
Quoted from SteveO:

$25 each was steep ........

I agree. Seems that all the new vinyl is pretty expensive. I haven't bought a new one in quite a while.

Used ones though, at $3.00 - $5.00.......That's a bargain!

#380 2 years ago
Quoted from pinster68:

I'm fairly certain I'm going to hell for this.

No way.
That one gets regular play in our house.
A good assortment of eighties pop !

#397 2 years ago

................Why does it hurt when I pee?

FZ is awesome!
I got to see him on his last tour.

#398 2 years ago
Quoted from Azmodeus:

Joes garage is my favorite Zappa song. Forever I think.

I couldn't possibly pick a favorite!!!

#415 2 years ago

My fave......

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#432 2 years ago
Quoted from Jam_Burglar:

I've been digging for a LONG time and I have to say that Zappa records are just not that easy to come by, especially on the cheap. One Size Fits all may be the only one I've ever found below $10. Zappa fans are just that hard core. I've got lots George Duke records though.

Yes, Zappa has a huge catalog, but they almost never turn up in the used album bins.

A few years ago I found a pristine copy of Sheik Yourbouti at a flea market for $3.
The vendor asked me why I wanted to buy it, know.....Zappa sucks.

I said, "why are you selling it then?" as I handed him the money.

Unfortunately he (Zappa) has that stigma with some people.

Their loss.

#445 2 years ago
Quoted from barkerlake:

Any Townes Van Zandt fans here?

I have the CD box set.

He has been called the "songwriter's songwriter".

I would urge anyone who is not familiar with him to explore his work.


#487 2 years ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Yes, I have a few. I love good 45s. Wish I had a nice juke to go along with them.

The record store I frequent has a MOUNTAIN of 45's. At $.50 a piece, it's tempting!

I'm thinking of getting a jukebox. What a blast it would be to grab a bunch of them and fill the jukebox.
Good or bad.....they would certainly be fun to listen to.

#512 2 years ago

So, you asked me what I think.

What's the point?

Kind of like putting a modern engine in a Model A Ford.

Just my opinion.


#526 2 years ago
Quoted from pinster68:

Listening to Sargent Peppers this morning, and for the first time with a set of decent cans. Wow, seriously never gave this album the necessary credit. Such great detail I haven't heard before.

I've been doing that a lot lately, too.
Listening to old familiar albums with "new ears".


#558 2 years ago

There was a lot of really good stuff coming out of Australia in the eighties!

#582 2 years ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Anyone ever listen to Dregs? Steve Morse was an incredible guitarist. I used to catch them regularly at a local club in Chapel Hill in the 70's.

I was lucky enough to see them in 1982 at, of all places, the Philadelphia Zoo.
The Hooters opened up for them.

What a strange mix of people in the audience.


#583 2 years ago

Got to thinking about the Australian thing, so this weekend it was:

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#608 2 years ago

Another great one.
A sampler of bands, all Australian on the Citadel label.
This was on my turntable for months after I bought it.

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#616 2 years ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Late night southern blues with some Wet Willie.
Saw them in concert with Lynard Skynard as the intro band. Oh yeah..

» YouTube video

$9.00 to see Led Zeppelin.
Those were the days.

#637 2 years ago
Quoted from littlecammi:

So I snapped a couple quick pics last night. One of my living room with the stereo/quadraphonic gear in the back corner and another of the two stacks: the right stack for stereo and the left stack adding 4-channel sources and the rear channel amplification. I built the walnut stands to house the equipment with the turntables on top (and the walnut stands for the 4 JBL L100s in the corners), but later added the Sony CD-changer to the stereo stack.

A thing of beauty!


#638 2 years ago

Been really getting into these two lately:

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#648 2 years ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

I think Friday night is good for some Ian Anderson to kick it off.

Aqualung is a great album but, like Dark Side of the Moon, the radio stations really beat the crap out of it.

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#789 1 year ago
Quoted from Ronnie1114:

The latest speakers pickup: A set of JBL L80t, scored them off Craigslist. Currently waiting on a re-foam kit for them. Very excited.

Just re-foamed a set of EPI's last night.
I never did it before. Was pretty easy!

Tonight I put them together and try them out. Can't wait!

Let me know how it went with yours.


#790 1 year ago

Just had to share this:

I love this guy!

#810 1 year ago

How we lusted over the Carly Simon, No Secrets album cover when we were kids.

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#841 1 year ago
Quoted from MXV:

My current record room. I'm going to run out of space soon.

You are my new hero.

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#949 1 year ago
Quoted from Agent57:

Speaking of favorite live albums, I'm playing one of mine right now:

I've never been a big fan of live albums, but this one is definitely one of my faves!

#969 1 year ago
Quoted from Agent57:

Spinning more Neil today, playing the 16 minute rehearsal version of Words (ie. Side 3) now...

I love that version!

In fact, one of my favorite NY albums.

#973 1 year ago
Quoted from Agent57:

"........... This album never gets old."

Cool! Never seen that one before.

Gotta love "The Dan!"

#974 1 year ago

NPR was playing some Todd Rundgren this morning on my way into work.
Sounded damn good.
So, I think this will be in queue for tonight's festivities!

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#977 1 year ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

I was listening to Heart Like A Wheel earlier this week. I caught You're No Good on the radio and decided to spin the record.

Love the Little Feat cover of "Willin". Sneaky Pete on steel guitar. Wonderful!

#998 1 year ago

Not vinyl related, but I think these videos are pretty cool!


#999 1 year ago

One band I never really explored.
I do have this album, though.

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#1011 1 year ago

Two albums that I always come back to:

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#1082 1 year ago
Quoted from Agent57:

Kicking back on a Sunday afternoon while listening to Bloomfield tear it up on Side 1...

Been searching the bins for Mike Bloomfield stuff.
Not easy to find.

#1083 1 year ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

It's almost hump day... 1/2 way to the weekend.
It'll get you by tonight...

I'm pretty sure he's embarrassed by this one:

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#1113 1 year ago

On the playlist this weekend.

What fourth of July weekend would be complete without this one:

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#1114 1 year ago

I know I said I wasn't crazy about live albums,

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#1115 1 year ago

And my favorite Rush album!

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#1227 1 year ago
Quoted from pudealee:

"….........So, there are no blah B-Sides.".

?????????? Dude!

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#1297 1 year ago

yea.... I know....the whole "Who / pinball cliché ".

But seriously, the Who really does it for me when playing pinball!


#1298 1 year ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Been so long but I remember now why I loved this album. Time to "tend my garden".

I've seen this picture a million times, and never realized before that it was clipped together.

I mean, riding choppers on a snowy muddy road? No hats or gloves?

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#1301 1 year ago

Holy crap!

I was completely wrong.

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I can't imagine trying to handle a bike like that on a slick, muddy road.

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#1352 1 year ago

It's going to be Steely Dan in my house for a few days.

RIP, Walter.

#1358 1 year ago
Quoted from Dee-Bow:

That's crazy! Unless u only use a jukebox..i hate rippin' flecords

The record store I go to has a mountain of 45's.
At $.50 a piece, I'd love to buy a pile of them!

A jukebox would be most cool to have.

Just don't have the room for it right now.

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#1512 1 year ago

The record store we go to has a pile of 45's for $.50 a piece.
A whole box for $20.00.

So I grabbed a box without even looking inside.
Spent the whole weekend listening to them.

What a blast!

A lot of sappy hits from the sixties and seventies. A lot of stuff we never heard of.
A pile we didn't even get to yet.

A strong argument for getting a jukebox!

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#1514 1 year ago

For anyone close enough to visit.
Definitely worth the trip.

Double Decker Records, Allentown PA


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#1524 1 year ago

Roy Buchanan, another great who left us too soon.
I thought this video was too good to not share.


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#1552 1 year ago
Quoted from Rascal_H:

Tonight’s listen.

I bought that album when it came out.
It has always been one of my "go to" albums.

A true classic!


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#1600 1 year ago

Danny Gatton was an amazing guitarist.
After years of battling depression, he chose to end his life.
We all know how it went down.

Please show some respect.


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#1643 1 year ago

901's are nice speakers, but a little weak in the low end.
You'll need a pretty powerful amp to drive them.
And, as said earlier they have a special eq that you will need.

I have a pair of Series four, going on thirty years. I like them.


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#1698 1 year ago

My daughter wanted a turntable for Christmas, so we found her an old Technics SL-1700.
Tonight we ripped her room apart and set it up.

One happy kid!

Gotta bring them up right!


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#1719 1 year ago

I only have one concert poster.
I took it off of the front of a Chinese market in NYC a few years ago.

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#1720 1 year ago

My friend struck a deal on CL for a bunch of Martin speakers.
The guy was a personal friend of Mr. Martin and several of these speakers were custom
Made for him.
So we drove into Long Island and filled the mini van with speakers. A total trip of 500 miles!
I got a pair out of the deal!
These things kick ass.
They work well hooked to my old Dynaco.
I'm retiring my 901's.


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#1723 1 year ago

Pre ELO Jeff Lynne!

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#1764 1 year ago
Quoted from yfz450:

This mornings spin.

Is that the black, or "marbled" vinyl?

#1770 1 year ago

We dug this one out on Saturday night.
I haven't listened to it in a long time.
A two album set with only three sides!

Todd is a master of power pop!

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#1779 1 year ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Possible best live album..?

For us grandpaws...

Funny.... we just watched "The Life and Times of Steve Marriott" last night.

I got to see them in 1980 with ZZ Top.


#1794 1 year ago
Quoted from rolandthoms:

".......... My gift of vinyl to my 16 year old son."

#1818 1 year ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Turned 62 today. Had to find the right bday tune.

And a little Little Feat leads to more Little Feat.

Skin It Back

Always loved the art on their albums!

Happy birthday!


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#1891 1 year ago
Quoted from Jason43:

Not exactly related to vinyl, but relevant. Here's what happens when your Boston terriers get in a fight with yout AR's...

I'm not so sure a "thumbs up" is the right response.
I mean, I'm pretty sure it wasn't funny when it happened.

But it's kind of funny

#1895 1 year ago

Yes, they can do some damage......

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#1944 1 year ago
Quoted from Pickle:

When you just can’t decide what to listen to....variety is great sometimes.

I would like a jukebox someday.

Do you ever get tired of it? Does the novelty wear off?

This is a serious decision for me, as my space is limited.


#1983 1 year ago
Quoted from vid1900:

".......The last of the guitar gods, Johnny Marr"
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Funny you should mention Johnny Marr. Last night I had a visit with the Smiths!

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#2110 1 year ago

Found these in the bins last week.
Looking forward to spinning them tonight !

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#2193 1 year ago
Quoted from Chisox:

Another of my HOF selections.

Years ago, we saw the Replacements.

After the show, my cousin ran up to the stage to talk to the guys.
She came running back screaming that "Harry" signed her jacket.
I said, "nobody in the band is named Harry".

Looking at her jacket, it did look like it said Harry. said "kick me".

Tommy Stinson wrote "kick me" on the back of her jacket!

What a classic Replacements thing to do.

She was crushed.

I thought it was funny as hell.


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#2331 11 months ago

My friend turned me on to these recordings on the Command label.
It is from the early sixties, and the recording quality of these records is amazing!


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#2423 10 months ago

"Record Store Day" edition on yellow vinyl, with bonus tracks!
Can't wait to spin it this weekend.



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#2488 9 months ago

A miserable rainy Sunday afternoon.
Perfect day to hit the bins!

Today's haul:

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#2547 8 months ago

I've been looking for Mike Bloomfield for a while.
Found this yesterday.
I was not disappointed!

And it was only $3.00 in great condition.

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#2548 8 months ago

I made these big 45 adapters at work, just for the hell of it.

Just don't know what they're good for.


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#2551 8 months ago
Quoted from bob_e:

BTO Bachman Turner Overdrive 1974
The front of the album cover is embossed, you don't get that with a CD in its jewel box.

That was my go-to album for cleaning my pot, in college!

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#2782 7 months ago

^^^^^^^ That's gotta be one of the greatest albums of all time!!!!!! ^^^^^^^^^^

Still can't believe he's gone.


#2788 7 months ago
Quoted from Dee-Bow:

A southern boy dont need u around anyhow! Of course I'm Canadian,so I must question his judgement!


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#2897 6 months ago

Picked this up last week
I fu**ing love the Descendents!
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#2945 6 months ago

I'm thinking of investing in a record cleaner.

What do you guys use, and what are your thoughts and comments on them?



#2948 6 months ago

Yeah..I have one of those too, and it works great after many years.

I was looking for something that worked on the dirty second hand records, that I am buying now.
I saw an ultrasonic unit last weekend, but it was close to $5000!!!!!
Found some on Amazon that were more in my price range. Around $79.00.
I was wondering how well units like this worked.

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#2949 6 months ago

I was thinking of building something like this........

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#2950 6 months ago

This is the one I saw.
It worked beautifully, but is WAY out of my price range.

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#2954 6 months ago
Quoted from shock_me:

As long as you are cleaning with a good solution they will all give you good results. I landed on this one and I really like it. It wasn't cheap, but it also didn't break the bank like some of the higher end units. Wet cleaning saved a lot of old vinyl in this house![quoted image]

How does the Okki Nokki work?
Does it have a vacuum?

#2957 6 months ago
Quoted from manitouguy:

I have been very happy with my ‘spin clean’ FYI

That one is more in my price range!

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#3018 5 months ago
Quoted from Redketchup:

My little daugther set up! She loves vinyl
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My twenty year old daughter loves vinyl too, and has amassed quite a collection.

Right now she is into the southern rock thing. Skynyrd, Blackfoot, and she is currently listening to Molly Hatchet!
That's my girl.


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#3054 5 months ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Wife and I looking for a new house. I found a listing today but sometimes the address makes you say "no" before seeing the house.

What a great song! It's been ages since I've seen the video.

Thanks! E

#3067 5 months ago

Got these two in queue for tonight!

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#3081 4 months ago

Had a surprise visit from Patsy this weekend!

I've always had a soft spot for her.

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#3082 4 months ago
Quoted from Chisox:

Moment of silence for my record listening as I had to tear down my gear and put it into storage until Thanksgiving due to rehabbing in my basement. Same with my pins. I’m going to be one cranky mofo for a month.

Don't think I could make it.

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#3129 4 months ago

Me and Amanda got to see Dweezil Zappa this weekend!

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#3134 4 months ago
Quoted from Chisox:

Zappa Plays Zappa? Or are his money grubbing siblings still blocking him?

The tour is now called "Choice Cuts".
He still plays all Frank's music, and does it well!

From what I understand, the legal issues between the Zappa children has been resolved.

I got to see Frank only once, in 1988. I believe it was his last tour.
What Dweezil does is commendable. Bringing Frank's music to new audiences and keeping it alive.
I hope he continues to do it for a long time!


#3141 4 months ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

And bring Dinah-Moe along.

.......On your pigmy pony.

#3160 4 months ago

We found a new record store in the Philipsburg Mall!

A great selection was to be found. I came home with these:

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#3165 4 months ago
Quoted from ZipTideRide:

Those two sure were something to look at in their day! Nancy still doesn't look bad despite being old enough to be my mom...

They still look pretty good!

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#3244 3 months ago
Quoted from zaki:

ok, i need to ask and it's a stupid question. does vinyl really sound better than a cd or high res download? i had a vinyl player as a kid, but i didn't use it for music. more for children read along books. i've gotten mixed answers from some folks if it does sound better i'm interested in getting a player, but sort of wonder it is will sound better or would it be for more enthusiasts?

It's the whole experience.
Removing the record from the sleeve, the ritual of cleaning it and dropping the needle on it.
Reading the liner notes and artwork while you're listening to it.

And, I think that most here would agree with me, is buying them !
Nothing beats hours spent browsing through the bins at your favorite record store.
And yes......I like the way they sound too!

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#3293 3 months ago

I picked this up last weekend.
Never heard it before.
Gonna give it a listen tonight.
I hope it's as good as the first one.

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#3305 3 months ago
Quoted from oropuro:

Pinball inspired artwork on this vinyl
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What's the story on that cool looking table under the album?

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#3368 79 days ago

I got a Spin Clean record cleaner for Christmas.
It works really good! They come out shiny and clean.
Sound better too!

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#3378 78 days ago
Quoted from pinballjah:

I assume it doesn't get the paper portion of the record wet? Does it use regular water and do you need to buy replacement parts for it? Thanks.

There is a solution that you add to the water. There are two brushes that contact the record. All of that is replaceable.
The label doesn't get wet.

#3380 78 days ago
Quoted from pacmanretro:

Can I just use my salad spinner?

........hey, they're your records!

#3390 77 days ago

Had a Frank Zappa Christmas this year !

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#3404 71 days ago

I have never seen a live BTO album!

#3425 67 days ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Needs to be more Nealo’.
His guitar bleeds.
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That album was on my turntable constantly, when I was in college!

#3426 67 days ago

One of my go-to albums.

Any love for Lloyd Cole, out there?
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#3429 67 days ago
Quoted from rolandthoms:

No fans of Lloyd here, friend
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I'm guessing there is an interesting story behind the guitar?

#3437 66 days ago
Quoted from rolandthoms:

I’ve seen Lloyd live a dozen times. Have had a few conversations over the years I convinced him to sell me that red Gibson J-45 (late 60s model) about 12 years ago. He came out a couple years back and played a concert at my house Reunited with his old friend. Unforgettable evening.
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Did he play any pinball ?

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#3502 51 days ago

I just picked this up on Friday.
It's in great condition!
This is why albums are so freaking cool!

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#3506 51 days ago
Quoted from EdisonArcade:

Nice find! I love their version of Bouree. I didn't remember that pop-up though...because I never knew it existed.
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Keep looking !


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#3558 34 days ago
Quoted from Fulltilt:

Timeless. At least cause it’s the year I graduated high school.
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1974 not 1952. Right?

#3571 31 days ago
Quoted from Chisox:

Happy Friday all, cheers.
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And cheers to you too!
Bob is one of my heroes.
Listened to this last night.
Forgot how much I love this album.

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#3590 25 days ago
Quoted from ssbodyman:

".....RIP Peter thanks for the fun tunes"
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Every night after I got home from school, it was channel 48 for Speed Racer, and the Monkees!

Yup......I loved that show.


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#3631 17 days ago
Quoted from Chisox:

My favorite guitar player in all his glory. He’s from another planet.
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Just listened to that one last night too !

#3633 16 days ago
Quoted from Chisox:

My favorite guitar player in all his glory. He’s from another planet.
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I'm pretty sure everybody has that one, and Wired, in thier collection.

#3639 15 days ago

I've always wanted to explore her music, so I picked this up
on Saturday.
What a unique voice. I really liked it!


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#3703 12 hours ago
Quoted from Goronic:

"What is the top, must have rock vinyl of the 70s that every collection should have?"

I don't think I could pick a #1, there are so many.
But...........this is one that I always come back to.

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#3704 12 hours ago

So............speaking of classic albums from the seventies, my daughter got an early pressing of Animals, that sounds fantastic.
We decided to listen to it on Saturday night.
The dogs were being assholes and barked through half of side one.

I suppose that this is a common problem?

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