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Took a little to warm up to it. Finally bought it. Happy. Now back to work!      #blackkeys #vinyl #turnblue

Took a little to warm up to it. Finally bought it. Happy. Now back to work! #blackkeys #vinyl #turnblue

For any of you Dylan fans…

http://www.ebay.com/itm/251272010958?ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

If I ain’t dead already, girl you know the reason whyOriginal Apple stereo pressing of, “The Beatles” #A2837578Original inserts as well.

If I ain’t dead already, girl you know the reason why


Original Apple stereo pressing of, “The Beatles” #A2837578
Original inserts as well.

It was 2̶0̶ 45 years ago today! Late 60’s Capitol stereo pressing. Sounds better than my original. Craaaazy

It was 2̶0̶ 45 years ago today! 
Late 60’s Capitol stereo pressing. Sounds better than my original. 
Craaaazy

Step Into My Office, Baby

Step Into My Office, Baby

So today I decided to buy a record that I already own on an impulse. It was the Beatles/1967-1970 a.k.a. the Blue Album. I bought it because it was a different pressing than the one I already own (the one I already owned was an Apple original pressing, this was a mid-late 70’s Capitol pressing). Once I got it home I noticed there was writing on the labels of the records, this of course is not uncommon. One side read, “L.F.” whereas the other side read, “Leslie Forbes”. I typically like when people write on the labels because it shows history. After inspecting it a little more, I noticed that there was something inside the sleeve of the record jacket. My hopes were through the roof wondering what it could be. I’ve had everything from newspaper clippings to rolling papers stuck inside albums. When I pulled it out I realized that it was a little note with Santa on it. Obviously this was a Christmas present. On the other side it read, “To Leslie. From Paul Ringo John and George”. Apparently Leslie received this record for Christmas and felt the note was sentimental. I wonder how old she was when she got it? I wonder why she kept it with the record? I wonder why she gave the record away? I wonder if she’d be happy to know that the record AND the note are going to a good home… 

So today I decided to buy a record that I already own on an impulse. It was the Beatles/1967-1970 a.k.a. the Blue Album. I bought it because it was a different pressing than the one I already own (the one I already owned was an Apple original pressing, this was a mid-late 70’s Capitol pressing). Once I got it home I noticed there was writing on the labels of the records, this of course is not uncommon. One side read, “L.F.” whereas the other side read, “Leslie Forbes”. I typically like when people write on the labels because it shows history. After inspecting it a little more, I noticed that there was something inside the sleeve of the record jacket. My hopes were through the roof wondering what it could be. I’ve had everything from newspaper clippings to rolling papers stuck inside albums. When I pulled it out I realized that it was a little note with Santa on it. Obviously this was a Christmas present. On the other side it read, “To Leslie. From Paul Ringo John and George”. Apparently Leslie received this record for Christmas and felt the note was sentimental. I wonder how old she was when she got it? I wonder why she kept it with the record? I wonder why she gave the record away? I wonder if she’d be happy to know that the record AND the note are going to a good home… 




Celebrating Halloween with a bunch of Misfits records! Too bad I don’t have any Samhain ones…


Celebrating Halloween with a bunch of Misfits records! Too bad I don’t have any Samhain ones…

No homework tonight so I get to read comics! Among other things… 

No homework tonight so I get to read comics! Among other things… 

Moving in Stereo

Moving in Stereo

Wrapped and mounted 

Wrapped and mounted 

Can’t get enough of Monster! 

Guess what came in the mail!? 

Guess what came in the mail!? 

Wanna join? 

Wanna join? 

Cheap new buys:
Led Zeppelin first pressing Immigrant Song and Hey Hey What Can I Do?
Iron Butterfly In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
Alice Cooper Killer
Simon and Garfunkel Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme 
Lynyrd Skynyrd 
Sounds in Space

Cheap new buys:

Led Zeppelin first pressing Immigrant Song and Hey Hey What Can I Do?

Iron Butterfly In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida

Alice Cooper Killer

Simon and Garfunkel Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme 

Lynyrd Skynyrd 

Sounds in Space