Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 12, 2010.
The Sauter - Finnegan Orchestra - New Directions in Music. RCA Victor, LPM 3115, 1952.
Vijay Iyer Sextet ~ Far from Over
Keith Jarrett ~ The Survivors' Suite
Death Grips ~ The Money Store
Daft Punk ~ Homework
All new reissues. Actually, I think the Iver LP is first issue on vinyl, given it's a 2017 release.
I just bought this one today,...
Newest order from Music Matters, maybe not the last one...
I got a music voucher for my birthday.
Had a look in JB hifi not expecting to find something different that would take my fancy.
That's the problem when you have a lot of records.
First find that took my fancy was John Martyn and a couple of minutes later l pulled out The Small Faces.
That was my voucher spent with 2 cents left over.
At the markets Sunday morning l found a few bluegrass albums.
Arlo Guthrie, High County, Jack Tottle and Tut Taylor.
Tut Taylor is a beauty and I'll have to try and get some more of his
HELDON STAND BY
Kind of excited about this!
First vinyl re-issue after 38 years.
Been hoping for this
to surface for some time.
ART ENSEMBLE OF CHICAGO CERTAIN BLACKS
Bought this on a whim. 2014 reissue.
Got a little funk to the proceedings.
I last got BILLY VAUGHN - Great Country hits
I had a crappy 1978 stereo re-issue and now I have the original 199 mono release which sounds goregous!! (And it has 3 more songs also)
Its a sin
I got 3 records today
1) Orleans - Waking and dreaming
2) Billy Vaughn Plays (Mono)
3) Eddy Arnold - Im throwing Rice (Mono)
Finally found the complete set, in one shot, for a song and dance.
Wow. What are we looking at here? I can't read the numbers but they look pretty nice.
Beethoven Bicentennial Collection - Collection of 17 box sets, 5 records per box:
I & II: Symphonies and overtures.
IV: Piano sonatas.
V: Music for the stage.
VI: Choral music.
VII: String quartets, pt. 1.
VIII: Music for piano, pt. 1.
IX: Chamber music.
X: Music for violin and cello, pt. 1.
XI: String quartets, pt. 2
XII: Piano and string trios.
XIII: Music for violin and cello, pt. 2.
XIV: Music for piano, pt. 2.
XV: Lieder and dance music.
XVI: Piano quartets and wind music.
XVII: Folk songs and arias.
I bought two records today, Bottomless Pit by Death Grips and Art Angels by Grimes. I also bought a CD, Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde.
Deutsche Grammophon! I knew it. Quite a company. I won't even ask how they sound, I already know. Grats. That is one cool acquisition.
Rammstein - Sehnsucht
Double LP, German Import. Sounds better on vinyl.
Been gone for 32 years....what was the name of the record store on Liberty Ave downtown?.....was said to have one of the largest collections in the US....
Eides has a pretty good selection. Then there is Jerry’s and my favorite The Attic. Some have gone such as Recrod Graveyard and Record Rama which I used to frequent. We finally have some nice weather here in da Burgh. All the best hope Florida is treating you well.
picked up a couple of records in the last few days
Mike Bloomfield - Between the Hard Place and the Ground, Charlie Musselwhite - Going Back Down South, Stills- Young Band -Long May You Run,( yes Steven Stills and Neil Young never kew they had a band and Bruce Cockburn - Inner City Front. It's raining here on L I, so after the Rolex 24 on to the music
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