You never know where you might find some cool swag.
I don’t know much about this whole “get rid of everything that doesn’t bring you joy” fad, but I know this:
There was a lot swirling around the San Francisco music scene in 1965.
Artist: Don Imus Title: 1200 Hamburgers To Go Year: 1972 Label: RCA Cover Artist: Jack Davis
Boston’s demo tapes might be one of the most famous bootlegs in existence.
“The camera never lies” is a dirty lie.
Oh my, look at this train wreck.
Artist: Bob Booker & George Foster Title: The New First Family, 1968: A Futuristic Fairy Tale Year: 1966 Label: Verve Cover Artist: Mort Drucker
Jack White and I both own a copy of this record. One of us paid ten bucks, the other paid $300,000.
Pop songs are all about selling products, though usually the product is the song itself.