Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 12, 2010.
Couple of recent forays:
The joy and the frustration of this habit is that there is always one more record. I bought this LP yesterday, and now I want more of this stuff. I saw the Coffy soundtrack on the wall at the store, and now I wish I'd picked that up, too.
I last got an awesome record
BIG COUNTRY HITS (MONO) - Its excellent!
Santo & Johnny
First album release 1959
Roy Ayers ~ Coffy soundtrack (new repress)
Ohio Players ~ Fire (used)
Found some really great stuff this week-
Deep Purple- Machine Head
Blues Brothers- Briefcase Full of Blues
Meat Loaf- Bat Out Of Hell
Quarterflash- Self Titled
Huey Lewis and the News- Fore!
Joe Jackson- Night and Day
Frank Zappa- Joe's Garage Acts I and II
Zappa/Beefheart/Mothers- Bongo Fury
Billy Cobham- Shabazz
David Lee Roth- Eat 'Em and Smile
Def Leppard- "On Through the Night" and "High N Dry"
Whitesnake- Ready an' Willing
Humble Pie-Performance Rockin' The Fillmore
Judas Priest- The Best of
AC/DC- Who Made Who?
Journey- "Infinity", "Evolution" and "Departure"
Edgar Winter's White Trash- Roadwork
Lou Reed- Rock N Roll Animal
Black Sabbath- "Self Titled", "Vol. 4" and "Sabotage"
I already have a few of these, but the new ones are upgrades.
I had meat loaf 'BAT OUT OF HELL' 2 times and both copies 1 side was quite low audio. Is yours like that also buddy??
I last got 2 records
Jethro Tull - My God!
2nd record of my KTEL "The hot ones" (2 records)
Yesterday I got a record
The doors 1969 album: The soft parade (First 1969 release (red electra label))
Went to the record store last night after having a much needed drink of mead. Might have overindulged in the vinyl a bit:
Mothers of Invention - We're Only in it for the Money
Damien Rice - O
Bombino - Deran
Holy F*ck - Congrats
Only have had a chance to listen to the last one. I have heard O before, but it is just now released to vinyl. The other two I will probably listen to later today.
a few new ones.
Nice first press green labeled copy of UFO's Force It. That's two members from Throbbing Gristle going at it in the bath on the cover. US pressing kind of has them semi transparent.
The other two. One sounds like a forgotten album from the sixties, and one IS a forgotten gem from the sixties.
Plan 9 Dealing With The Dead is the former, (with black light cover and bizarre Zap Comix-like mini comic book enclosed)
HIgh TIde Sea Shanties is the latter. (My copy is a repress)
Today I got Chicago III
Now I have all Chicagos 70s albums (Except Greatest hits (And HOT STREETS which I didnt care for))
Excellent! I bought all mine new, ..., in the 70s.
I got 2 records today
1) Chicago - Chicago 7 (2 records) (Didnt have this one -- OOPS!!)
2) Helen Reddys Greatest hits (MONO)
Due to other matters I haven't been able to hit the thrifts much over the last couple of months and when I did it was pretty bleak pickings. However, last Saturday and Sunday I found all of these (and the next post) at 4 different thrifts. It made up for the bad times.
Here's the rest of a pretty decent thrift haul
War/ Greatest Hits
Bo Diddleys Greatest Hits vol.1 Spanish pressing
Bruce Springsteen Live 5 LP box set
Van Morrison Tupelo Honey
Roy Buchannan My Babe
Roy Buchannan S/T
Tom Petty Live Anthology box set
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