Jason Sositko

Jason Sositko, a freelance writer and entrepreneur is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. I also use services such as Viglink and Skimlinks to earn income via links placed inside articles.

Is Amazon’s PAID Unlimited Music Service Worth the Price?

February 28, 2017 | Posted in MUSIC | By

I have not been a fan of streaming music over the years. Paying a fee for the right to listen to, but not own the music never appealed to me. The Amazon Unlimited Music Service changed that perception. Also, streaming

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Miles Ahead the Don Cheadle Miles Davis Film: A Review

July 21, 2016 | Posted in JAZZ | By

The long rumored Miles Davis biopic was a long time coming So long was the films arrival, that more than a decade passed before it finally moved into production. Don Cheadle who was seemingly the Miles Davis estates choice before

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A Great Value: Buying Vinyl Record Lots Online For Collecting or Selling

March 28, 2016 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

vinyl records lots

Great opportunities for re-selling or just for the collection When I began hunting vinyl records for my collection, I started seeking out the large LP lots. Buying in bulk was a great way to find unbelievable bargains. I was very

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Understanding Vinyl Record Grades When Buying and Selling Online

March 28, 2016 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

VG+ Grades on Vinyl Records

VG+ is a baseline vinyl record grade of sorts: After having 10 years under my belt as a vinyl record aficionado, and selling them online for the past 6 years. I have noticed that the VG+ grade is sort of

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At Folsom Prison: Country Music’s Greatest Live Document

March 12, 2016 | Posted in COUNTRY & WESTERN | By

The greatest musical artists know how to connect with common everyday folk. Johnny Cash was the epitome of a person with this ability to connect through his lived it style, with absolutely no pretense. Johnny is saying through his music:

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Finding Vintage Garrard Turntables and Parts

March 8, 2016 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

Rare and hard to find Vintage Garrard Turntables If you acquired a taste for vintage audiophile quality turntables, then likely you have found out that the Garrard is one of the most sought after, if not the most sought after

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Motorkote: What is it, and Does it Work?

February 19, 2016 | Posted in Uncategorized | By

How I discovered Motorkote? I have been a fan of the American Truckers Network radio program that originates out of Cincinnati Ohio. Usually I can last the first few hours of the show, as it starts Midnight Eastern time. For

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This is Why You Dig Those Thrift Store and Record Shop Crates

December 6, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

Is it worth the effort? Let’s face it, getting down on your hands and knees in a dirty thrift shop to dig through bin after bin of vinyl records isn’t the most romantic thing in the world. Spending a Sunday

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Thrift Store Record Bins: Discovering Classic Artists Like Herb Alpert For the First Time

December 4, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

A new world of music to discover in those record bins Can you find anything in the thrift store record bins? The easy answer is yes, you really can find some killer vinyl sifting through the donated records at your

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The Best Canterbury Scene Progressive Rock Albums

December 2, 2015 | Posted in PROGRESSIVE ROCK | By

Rock Jazz at its Best: Understanding the Canterbury scene is a tricky proposition, mainly because some think of the scene as folksy progressive rock like Caravan, and Hatfield and the North, while others think of the avant-garde style of Henry

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