Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Rkellner, Feb 2, 2016.
I think the Creedence release was a flop. Every store had it and none of my local store sold sny
Got both the Monk and Bill Evans at Princeton Record Exchange..they had two copies of each
I ordered one for my store, sold it midday.
They didn't order (or receive) any. This location is a bit of a mess. At least my gift card worked this time. Saw video from Metallica's performance at the Berkley store earlier this afternoon - looked cool.
i grabbed it also. nice package and on red vinyl to boot. an awesome detroit rock album most be don't know about
I think we were at the same place. This store receives more RSD stuff then anyone. The Bieber girls were upset, when they ran out. I purchased 55 total items, some to flip down the road, I took a gamble on the Monkees box and bought 11 or them, 3 to keep, 8 to flip during the holiday.
I snagged it without knowing about the cool booklet and the download card for 11 more tracks (!). Those were nice surprises!
Picked up Doors 7" and 3-LP set, Coltrane 10", Moody Blues, Hendrix.
Wanted more, but did want to sleep in my own bed tonight.
If I remember correctly, the original UK "Idle Race" LP was on Liberty, not Parlophone so that may have something to do with the sleeve design on the RSD issue. Also, the original wasn't a gatefold either.
"8 to flip during the holiday."
and from a Mets fan no less
What a blast from the past! Didn't see a copy here.
Emmylou Harris' Wrecking Ball:
"Pressed at Record Industry on 3 180 gm LPs, remastered for vinyl by Joe Gastwirt."
Sometime said Chris Bellman mastered this. Apparently, not do.
I have to pay for my habit , somehow.
OK, as I said supra, got Wrecking Ball and Metallica cd early and local. Went to Nashville, hit 5 places. At the 4th stop in Nashvegas, Lush box, Afrika Bombata, and rhe Lips cd. At the last place, picked up an impulse Horses Live.
Woman behind me in line had one in hand!
I picked up the Flaming Lips CD. What a dreadful, sub-bootleg disappointment. At least it wasn't a $25 LP in crazy packaging, I guess.
Ouch. May regret this one.
Just placed an order, thanks for the tip!
And to be clear, I was excited about this one -- I'm not just grumping. What the "remix" is is just making Ronald Jones's guitar the thing that is pretty much IT in the mix. The other instruments aren't just mixed low, they're there but totally muffled and off in the distance, like the rest of the band is in a room a few doors down the hall.
Just opened Patti Smith "Horses Live". Says recorded to 2" Analog tape and Mixed to 1/2" Analog Tape. Both in house at Electric Lady Studios. So far so good. Now to spin it and see haw it sounds.
Let us know! Kinda hyped thus far.....
Went back tonight and grabbed the Son Volt. Looking hard at the Jay Farrar and Wrecking Ball!
Honestly, how many time can they resale the same songs.
CCR is not the Beatles. That audience has not grown all that much.
I'm puzzled about this: is it an archival recording circa the original recording sessions? Or something done more recently?
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