What artist do you have the most LP's of in your collection?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Chrome_Head, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. Horse Majeure

    Horse Majeure Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Uleaborg
    Frank Zappa/Mothers
     
  2. daveidmarx

    daveidmarx Forum Resident

    Location:
    Astoria, NY USA
    The Beatles - HUNDREDS (I'm not about to count them all!) :eek:
     
  3. daveidmarx

    daveidmarx Forum Resident

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    Astoria, NY USA
    Then WHY do I still keep seeing them everywhere?? :laugh:
     
  4. Fender Relic

    Fender Relic Forum Resident

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    Central PA
    Cause, I never git up yer way? Seriously, are there some still out there ? I've tried to do my civic duty and keep them off the streets round here.
     
  5. daveidmarx

    daveidmarx Forum Resident

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    Astoria, NY USA
    You can't swing a dead cat without knocking a few of 'em over here in NYC. Believe me, I've tried.
     
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  6. Fender Relic

    Fender Relic Forum Resident

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    Central PA
    I'm the feline hater on a block full of cat lovers. They have me surrounded on all four sides :rant: and a cat house down the street. Dead cat swinging would be therapy for me. Even better with some Whipped Cream playing in the background.
     
  7. daveidmarx

    daveidmarx Forum Resident

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    Astoria, NY USA
    Dead cats aren't much fun.
     
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  8. Fender Relic

    Fender Relic Forum Resident

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    Central PA
    Live ones aren't either :evil:

    I jest...a little.
     
  9. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    OMD-
    Albums-9
    12 inch singles-20
    7 inch-6
    2x7 Gatefold-2
    10 inch-1
    Flexi 7 inch-1
     
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  10. Henryflowr

    Henryflowr Forum Resident

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    Massachusetts, USA
    Frank Sinatra - closing in on 100 LPs
     
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  11. The Beatles? I can't begin to count them.
     
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  12. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    Thompson Twins
    Albums-7
    12 inch singles-14
    7 inch-1
    Misc live comp album-1
     
  13. daveidmarx

    daveidmarx Forum Resident

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    Astoria, NY USA
    That's where you're wrong. Live cats are awesome! :righton:
     
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  14. Johnny Reb

    Johnny Reb Forum Resident

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    MA
    Finally someone who agrees with me! Unlike @Nice Marmot of course... :angel:
     
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  15. Nice Marmot

    Nice Marmot Forum Resident

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    Charlotte Area
    :laugh: I've had to lay off the dead anything around here, Johnny Reb. SHTV is full of pacifism. Towards cats.... rodents.... insects.... pests, in general.
     
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  16. yarbles

    yarbles Forum Resident

    Location:
    Darkhan
    Bowie 81
    Zeppelin 64
    Hendrix 55
    Stones 48
     
  17. angelo73

    angelo73 Member

    Eric Burdon & The Animals
    (not 'The Animals', fronted by EB)

    Edit :

    for those who generally (and inaccurately) do not make the distinction, the band billed as
    "The Animals" consisted of :
    (originally)

    Eric Burdon (vocals),
    Alan Price (organ and keyboards),
    Hilton Valentine (guitar),
    John Steel (drums),
    and Bryan "Chas" Chandler (bass)

    In May '65 Alan Price left and was replaced by Dave Rowberry ( on organ & keyboards)

    February 1966, John Steel left and was replaced by Barry Jenkins.

    These were the lineups of the original band The Animals. Following their demise as a group, a new band with Burdon, Jenkins, and new sidemen
    John Weider (guitar/violin/bass),
    Vic Briggs (guitar/piano), and
    Danny McCulloch (bass)
    were formed under the name Eric Burdon and The Animals in December 1966.
    This band would also see some minor personnel changes: Zoot Money was added in April 1968, first as organist/pianist only, but upon McCulloch's departure he also adopted bass and occasional vocal duties. In July 1968, Andy Summers replaced Briggs.




     
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  18. stereoguy

    stereoguy Forum Resident

    Location:
    Brooklyn
    The Ventures! 30 Lps
     
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  19. cmcintyre

    cmcintyre Forum Resident

    You've correct of course - an LP is a 10" or 12" vinyl record, an album may contain several discs (records, cassettes, CDs etc). To be sure there are also 10" & 12" singles - these are not albums.

    So the OP's asking about many albums, just counting LP records (so no CD, cassettes, 8 tracks etc), multi-LP albums counting as 1.

    Same for me also, about 430 albums.
     
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  20. angelo73

    angelo73 Member

    If the consensus is that a 'long-player' can only be made of vinyl (which I do not agree with but am willing to accept)
    and no other material / playback process, then duly ignore my previous post. It was swaying on the precipice of tedium anyway.
    :targettiphat:
     
  21. socorro

    socorro Forum Resident

    Location:
    pennsylvania
    Beatles. Currently around 1200 LPs from around the world.
     
  22. soundfanz

    soundfanz Forum Resident

    Wow. Guess you must really like the Beatles. :)
     
  23. 14 Cheerleader Coldfront

    14 Cheerleader Coldfront Well-Known Member

    Location:
    USA
    Guided by Voices (natch)
    Beatles
    Pink Floyd
    David Bowie
    Zappa/Mothers
    Led Zep
    Dylan
     
  24. cmcintyre

    cmcintyre Forum Resident

    Superb sentence and imaging.
     
  25. ifyouever

    ifyouever Forum Resident

    Location:
    New York City
    Miles Davis
     

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