Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
One of my Half Price Books finds from yesterday.
Graduated in 1984 so I know what you mean. I make no apologies for liking the 80s. It was a great time to be a teenager and for music. Compare the Billboard chart from July 1987 to today, and I think you will see what I mean.
Baby we were Born to Ruuuun....
Found a copy of this on my lunch break at a local antique store. They wanted $30 for it, and I'm conflicted about the price. The media is in great shape but the cover is pretty beat up. Also, I can't figure out which pressing it is. The matrixes matched up with the WLP matrixes, but it's not a WLP. It has the olive green WB label with the skeleton the earlier pressings have. Anyway, currently checking it out on Amazon Prime Music to see if I like it. If I could talk the lady down I might be interested.
The Alan Parsons Project - Eye In The Sky
Whadaya got against gravy, man?
My Grandmother was from Kentucky and she always called it milk gravy.
THE NEW ROMANCE--Pretty Girls Make Graves
Soon to be listening to...
Mailman just brought me my copy of PFM - Photos Of Ghosts.
Manticore MC 66668
Being the massive prog fan that I am this probably should have been a part of my collection 40 years ago. Never actually heard it until a couple of weeks ago when a good friend sent me some digital files. I knew I had to have the vinyl. Got this for $6.00 on ebay. Very happy with the condition of the vinyl and cover. Has it's original inner sleeve. Very minor ringwear and a couple of slightly dented corners. The vinyl itself is almost perfect.
This is the first time I've done mail order vinyl but it definitely won't be the last.
Job was cancelled so I called it a day.
Presently recording Water Bearer onto R2R tape.
Well at least you aren't stuck at The Gulag. Good to be able to go back home. You haven't had this much home time in months.
You can't go wrong with anything from Roy Bookbinder
Start with his "Going back to tampa" album
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