5 Fantastic Record Players For Beginners on a Budget

November 10, 2017 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

Quality Record Players to Start With In case you haven’t noticed, since 2005 Vinyl Record Collecting has been year by year making a huge resurgence. Along with that, record players are in high demand. Many different turntables are being produced,

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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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Favorite 1970’s Bubble Gum Pop Albums

January 28, 2017 | Posted in MUSIC, POP | By

Here are the albums young girls listened to on their turntables in the 1970's.

My favorite teen idols of the 1970’s were young and dreamy looking, with shaggy hair that was just the right length to be considered long and smoldering eyes that seemed to look right at you from the covers of their

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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

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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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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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How Much Are Vintage Andy Warhol Album Covers Worth?

November 29, 2015 | Posted in ART, VINYL RECORDS | By

Warhol Covers can Bring a Super Premium: Andy Warhol was a freelance graphic designer long before he become one of the greatest pop culture artists and icons of the 20th century. His vintage LP cover designs are now in great

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Does Music Really Sound Better on Vinyl?

November 16, 2015 | Posted in VINYL RECORDS | By

Does music sound better from the vinyl grooves? I know this question has been asked many times, and of course it boils down to each individuals tastes. Personally, rarely would I choose the sound of digital, even rarer would I

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The Radiohead OK Computer and Miles Davis Bitches Brew Connection

November 13, 2015 | Posted in JAZZ | By

OK Computer is an album that profoundly effected me when I first heard it only 15 years ago. Truth is I had not paid much attention to Radiohead.  I was turned on to this album because I heard it was

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