Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Wait, you were not kidding, there is a record store day??
Brian, thanks for the kind words about the plinth. The real beauty lies is the wood that God created. I have only been given the gift of making it truly visible.
Yeh. Too much a feeding frenzy for me.
It has always seemed a little backwards to me. It does little to reward the regular record shop patron.
I’m doing good!! Heyyyy you know my name and I don’t know yours. That’s not right. I’m embarrassed on my part.
Very Cool !
Google it! Yep it's real.
Thank you and glad you liked them... it was 1993ish, the guitarist plays John Lennon in the tri state area Beatlemania, has some modal and sweeping instruction video/books out as well as solo recordings. No clue where the singer ended up, he and I just tolerated each other... I always considered him Europe meets Steve Perry. He played the trumpet in the swing section of that second tune.
Here is the rest of our catalog... there is one other song, but the guitarist has the master on DAT but no deck. Every year or so I hit him up for a CD burned from the DAT All 5 of these were cassette to WAV via EAC back in 1999 or 2000 (headphone out to line in).
Nope not kidding. It’s a real thing. https://www.recordstoreday.com/
You had it right.. My name is indeed Marc. I'm very transparent. Pleased to meet you..
Spoken like a true and very humble gentleman
Agreed the feeding frenzy part is wild. I’ll be in line at 9PM Friday
Oh for Pete’s sake! Well in my usual fashion but once again but done properly. Hiiii Marc!!! I’m pleased to meet you also.
Shifting gears here. Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday at Newport. American Recording Society G-433 from 1957.
Ellla's tribute to Louis Armstrong on "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" is a classic. Recorded by Norman Granz. Good stuff.
What a great combination, Ella and Billie.. Wow
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