Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Slick Willie, Sep 16, 2017.
Curt Newbury, Half a Month of May Days (1970)
I feel like I cheated on this one since the rest of my Dead white labels were found in the wild, but the Discogs price on this was great and it comes with the radio timing sticker on the cover. I am annoyed that there are two listings for this on Discogs, but I think that's why I got it so cheap. Just lookin' for Europe '72 now.
Michael Murphey, Cosmic Cowboy Souvenir (1973)
Kate & Anna McGarrigle (1975)
Hobo’s Lullaby - Arlo Guthrie
I found this WLP of Heart's Little Queen a few days ago. It's in excellent condition.
Imus In The Morning – (Billy Sol Hargis') Holyland Record Package (1972)
Contrary to popular belief, the early copies did not have textured sleeves
Yes. I noticed this right away. My non-WLP copy from back in the day did have the texture sleeve, and I was surprised to find this promo copy did not.
Well, this just went up in value....
I have one too, the demo side is interesting.
Guys who talked 110 years ago had different annunciation, the dudes liked to roll their R's a bit.
Doubled... 50c to $1
Well we can be near conclusively assured that the gent on this disc is Not a Columbia Recording Artist!
Sing It Again Rod - Rod Stewart
Time Peace - The Rascals (mono)
Bert Jansch - Birthday Blues
Randy Newman – 12 Songs (1970)
The Pigmeat Blues Band – What Ever Happened To Ian Buchanan? (1969)
Marty Robbins - Song of the Islands (1957)
Maggie & Terre Roche - Seductive Reasoning (1975)
Al’s Big Deal - Unclaimed Freight: An Al Kooper Anthology
Purchased two weeks ago
Found today in my garage
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