Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Wired4Fun, Jul 5, 2017.
Elvis Costello - Out Of Our Idiot
Ghost Woman Blues : Country Blues 1927-1952
Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen-Hotlicks,Coldsteel, and Truckers Favorites . A 1972 release I had on 8 track. The best of the country hippie stoner bands .
4 Faces albums, electric ladyland box set.
Beatles The White Album super deluxe set and 4 LP set
Fantastic absolutely love it !
Soundtracks of Creepshow and The Howling from Waxworks Records.
trying to figure out what 2 Neil Young recordings I should buy.
Went to Vintage Vinyl fair yesterday.
Kate Bush The Kick Inside
UK first issue £8.
Queen a Night at the Opera Very first UK issue in n mint real bargain £10
Yellow Magic Orchestra Pubic Pressure
Japanese first issue (red labels) mint condition £5.
In Beach of Ancient God's Promo Sticker
Full press pack inside rare only £5.
QE2 Mike Oldfield first UK issue (porthole sleeve) for £2.50p.
Rick Wakeman Journey to the Centre of the Earth Uk first issue n mint for £1.
Camelot. CBS Stage show album with Richard Burton £1. More later.
Ann Peebles - Straight From The Heart (new on Speakers Corner label)
The Beatles - White Album 4LP version
Metallica - Metallica (1991) [DFI France Jan 1992 pressing) - expected this one to be UK '91 but was not disappointed by the sound and condition, great sounding vinyl.
The Doors - The Doors (1967) [Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab 1981] - this one is on the way still. I read that it doesn't get the praise on SHF but out of my Doors fan purposes I couldn't resist to bid for it on a very decent price and nm- LP condition according to seller.
Hanoi Rocks - Two Steps from the Move (2018, Plastic Drastic Records; mastered by Kevin Gray) - should be a fun hair metal listen
More weekend Vinyl Fair finds.
Yes/Yessongs P-55 03-5A. Japanese issue as new from 1980. Triple vinyl album.
This came from my dealer mate who has loads of Japanese vinyl he bought new in mid 1980's from Tower Records in London.
This copy complete in original shrink bag and Obi complete with original Yes inner sleeves and records inside in plastic static free bags and colour booklet and paper sheet all as new vinyl never been out of sleeves,what a find and only £20 bargain of the fair.
Enigma The Fall of a Rebel Angel
Sealed new German vinyl copy gatefold sleeve with colour booklet only £5,i had to ask dealer if this was correct it was so what a great price,great day with some great vinyl finds..
Sting's "Soul Cages" (my favorite Sting album, I only had the original CD).
Muddy Water's "Folk Singer" (amazing disc, such an alive recording).
Jason Isbell & 400 Unit "Live at the Ryman" (parts of this album are horrible in terms of the mix or mastering - muddy and far too much crowd noise).
KT Tunstall - Wax
The Cowsills - All Time Hits (used)
Beatles Greatest - Transparent orange vinyl - Netherlands 1978
Beatles - White album
Doors - s/t AP
Jet - Get Born
Bee Gees - Timeless
2003 - Nujabes - Metaphorical Music (2018 reissue, first time on vinyl)
John Lee Hooker - Serve You Right to Suffer @45rpm
Beatles - The Beatles 4 LP
Judas Priest - Screaming For Vengeance
Sun records compilation, from.cracker barrel.
Arrived yesterday and now playing. I've never been a Metallica fan. The only albums from them that I had until yesterday are the Black Album, which I bought thanks to the radio-friendliness of "The Unforgiven" and "Nothing Else Matters", and "S&M" because I've always liked those classical/rock mashups. Both on CD.
I've always considered "...And Justice For All" their most balanced work between heaviness and radio-friendliness, but, as a bass player myself, the mix is a real turn-off for me.
I know that "Master Of Puppets" is considered their magnum opus and actually "Orion" has been one of my few favorite Metallica tunes, so I said to myself "why not?". Now I'm listening to this album in its entirery for the first time and, while it won't make me a rabid Metallica fan overnight, it's true that it's a seriously solid album. I'm enjoying it a lot.
I would like to go record shopping with you sometime! Geography probably prohibits that from happening however. You somehow always find good stuff cheap. In Canada we're crazy for imports.
That Absolute Elsewhere record is so naff (trying to feel like I'm in the UK record shopping), they put Bill's name on a sticker to his objection. I do like your alternate name for the record however "In Beach of Ancient Gods"
I got the Ape House Skylarking the other day. You know............ I just don't really like that record so much. I have almost all their stuff and LOVE Apple Venus, Nonesuch, English Settlement, Black Sea, but Skylarking just seems like everyone is trying way to hard. Andy is just barking at me all the time, too many overdubs, shiny sounds and just too much all around trying to be clever, to the detriment of the record. Was Todd to blame? Am I wrong? Were they at a crucial time where they need a hit? Record company pressure? I would like to like it, but don't think will will happen.
Yes I am a bit of a bargain hunter, I have always had a good eye finding stuff,and yes a typing error on my part but yes I only bought it as it was promo press pack and I had it as a boy and it was only five pounds,you should come to Uk and buy vinyl away from London here in Essex bargains can be found,FC.
Replacing a damaged copy of Foghat's Stone Blue. The local store had two or three copies to choose from...
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