First let’s get the vinyl geeks out of the way: This is the 1978 white vinyl UK reissue of The Beatles, aka The White Album.
For two albums during the early 1980s, the Fixx were the business.
You’re familiar with Ken Nordine. You might know you are, but you are.
When I was a kid, there were a few things in the record store I was sure were going to make me rich someday.
Leroy Pullins is all kinds of talent. It says so right there on the back cover.
June 1977: American DJs are spinning Stevie Wonder’s “Sir Duke,” KC & the Sunshine Band’s “I’m Your Boogie Man,” and Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.” Leo Sayer, Glen Campbell, and David “Hutch from Starsky […]
You can tell a bit about a person’s relationship to pop culture by their Jonathan Richman frame of reference.
Can you take a wild guess what this record is doing in my stacks?
This is about as good as bootlegs get.
The market for Bowie vinyl has remained inflated since his January 2016 death.