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Did you buy any vinyl today?

Post by Blue Angel » 24 Oct 2006 09:48

Nice to see you back, Jan!

Janet Baker & Elizabeth Harwood are famous artists. Not sure about the other.

Enjoy

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Post by Jagged » 25 Oct 2006 02:13

Today's Charity shop haul:

The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album - Liberty 1st Pressing.

The Rolling Stones - Out of our Heads (2 copies). Mono
The Rolling Stones - Aftermath. Mono
The Rolling Stones - Between The Buttons. Mono
The Rolling Stones - Milestones. Stereo
All Decca 1st Pressings in sound condition.

John Lennon and The Rolling Stones - British Blue Jam (Bootleg)
Led Zeppelin - Detroit, Just About Back (Bootleg)

Not bad for £4 the lot.


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Post by stereophile » 28 Oct 2006 15:29

Got a couple of 10in Columbia LPs of Robert Casadesus in mint condition. Very nice recordings despite them being in mono: Chopin Ballades & Chopin Sonata No. 2. Also got a couple of Rudolf Serkins, Morton Gould, etc. in mint 10in. LPs. Just have to clean them. Got them for about 20cents each.

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Post by Guest » 31 Oct 2006 22:52

Yes...

Ashkenazy plays Chopin, Side A - 2nd Piano Concerto with the almost spiritual 2nd movement. The notes sound so perfect and yet it was recorded in 1959.

Peter Gabriel - So Album, Sledgehammer and Big Time and a sublime track with Kate Bush - Don't Give Up.

Usher - Yeah!, an imported 33rpm single which reminds me of a fave film, Hitch - it's the music that he tried to dance to and Hitch says... Don't ever do that again!

Finally... Sinatra at the Sands, a live double LP with Count Basie that sounds superb.

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Post by will48 » 01 Nov 2006 00:02

Fink - Biscuits for Breakfast, on Ninja Tune ZEN104
Bonobo - Days to Come, on Ninja Tune, ZEN119

Hopefully in the post by now.

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Post by bauzace50 » 06 Nov 2006 00:50

Supraphon 1 101599: Mozart Piano concerto NO.25, Ivan Moravec, piano, Czech Philharmonic, Josef Valch cond. Truly excellent! This is one of Mozart's mature offerings, with different twists from all others. Moravec is uniquely good on the piano, the orchestra plays well, and the recording is full-bodied true-to-life. Special recording altogether.
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Post by Velvet Zorba » 10 Nov 2006 00:42

I picked up some Surfaris- Wipe Out, and two Ventures ablums. They are not in the greatist shape.

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Post by Sid Hartha » 16 Nov 2006 01:52

not today, but...

https://img.photobucket.com/albums/v168 ... 369860.jpg

I can't believe I found this after so many years, in a small shop in Santa Monica last week.

Back in '78 my older brother came back from an extended stay in England with this record. It was my first exposure to Ramones, Dead Boys, Talking Heads, New York Dolls, The Damned, or Flamin' Groovies. This record changed my life.

The really weird thing about this record (aside from the misguided title) is that it was released on the Vertigo label, which was mainly known for European Prog music - the very thing that punk was out to destroy. It brings it all back to me how nobody really knew how to classify this stuff at the time, which was part of why it was so exciting. I have most of this stuff now on individual albums (the Dead Boys tracks are rare early mixes on this comp), but this record is priceless.

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Post by dcg69 » 16 Nov 2006 16:10

Hi,

back from the States with a big box of records. Most of them are new, some of them 2nd hand in pristine conditions.
In some cases special prints of maxi singles for radios, not for sale in the shops :D

- Bruce Springsteen
+ 57 channels, maxi single
+ The boss, picture disc
+ Born in the USA featuring I'm on fire maxi single
+ One step up, maxi single
+ Tougher than the rest , maxi single

- Al Di Meola , Casino
- Tuck and Patti , Love warriors, maxi single
- U2
+ Angel of Harlem, maxi single
+ R.O.K , maxi single
+ Outside is America , green vinyl

- Sadao Watanabe
+ Front seat
+ Any other fool
+ Good time for love
+ Maisha

- Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays , maxi single
- Pat Metheny & Ornette Coleman , maxi single
- Weather report
+ Procession
+ Tale spinning
+ This is this

- Makoto Ozone, Now you know

- R.E.M.
+ Near wild heaven, maxi single
+ Fall on me , maxi single
+ What's the frequency Kenneth ? , maxi single
+ Fables of the reconstruction
+Electrolite

- Van Halen, 1984 , Japanese print

- AAVV
+Stay awake - Various interpretation of music from vintage Disney films
+ Rock against AIDS - Rare rock collection
+ECM sampler 1
+Windham hill records - Piano sampler
+ECM sampler 9
+Windham hill records - Sampler '84

Cheers,
Carmelo

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Post by fitzrik » 18 Nov 2006 04:10

Yestrday..

State river widening - Cottonhead
Guillemots - through the window (2nd purchase)
Christina Aguilera - back to basics - deluxe packaging 3lp set ;)

Today

Jarvis Cocker's new album
My morning jacket - live 4lp set
Director 7"

I wanted to get John legend too but couldn't find it locally

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Post by davidsss » 18 Nov 2006 07:43

Thought I'd try some classical so I got Tchaikovsky's 5th Symphony for $AU5, I think it is the one I remember as a kid. Anyway the vinyl looks good and it's Deutsche Gramaphone so it should be a good performance and recording. I still have about 10 recent purchases I haven't cleaned and listened to so I probably won't listen to this for a while.

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Post by RETRODISKO » 24 Nov 2006 23:42

i get the original Chakachas album incluides Jungle fever, (closed ) at Juno uk, those guys have a lot of vinyl. Dance music mainly but you can get some BBE label stuff, more jazz and Funk oriented, and some great compilations,

Yes i do a lot of vinyl shopping

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Post by sparrow » 26 Nov 2006 13:32

I bought the Beatles red & Blue double albums. The red album is one of the best sounding LP's I own.

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Post by Jagged » 26 Nov 2006 13:52

Record fair at Olympia this weekend so I got a nice little haul.

Hey Little Cobra and Other Hot Rod Hits: The Rip Chords
Drag City: Jan and Dean
Mr Tambourine Man: The Birds
Fire Dances: Killing Joke
The Undertones: The Undertones
Fastway: Fastway
GLC Final Vinyl picture disk: Menace
Are we Not Men?: Devo
The Love Songs: Abba
Long Lost Weekend: The Damned
A Bigger Bang: The Rolling Stones
Face to Face: The Kinks
Something Else: The Kinks
Skin Alley: Skin Alley
Are you Experienced: Jimi Hendrix U.S. Reprise Reissue. Different tracklisting to the U.K. version
Electric Ladyland: Jimi Hendrix a french Reissue on Barclay I've never seen before.
Gabriel Faure Piano Quartets: Domus. On the Hyperion label Teldec DMM pressing.
Eduard Tubin Symphonies 2,4,5 and 6. All Teldec DMM pressings.

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