Quality Record Players In case you haven’t noticed, since 2005 Vinyl Record Collecting has had a monstrous resurgence. Turntables are in high demand as well. Many different turntables are being produced, from the starter models, to the high-end audiophile units.
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
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
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
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
Audiophile turntable users are a different breed: Lets be real here, audiophiles are different. Audiophiles are always looking for the newest and best way to upgrade their music listening experience. They can be among the toughest to gift however If
An original first press Blue Note LP 1568 from tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley recently sold at auction for more than $11,000. Nearly double the price of the previous record setter for Blue Note. An original Hank Mobley Blue Note 1568
Kallax replaced the Expedit as the best record shelf Back in February of 2014, when I learned about Ikea’s discontinuation of the Expedit shelf, it was a total shock. Expedit was probably the most well liked, and perhaps the most
Jiles Perry Richardson wrote the song himself, and recorded under the name, Big Bopper. It became his biggest, and in most countries, his only hit. He was tragically killed the following year in the same plane crash that took Ritchie Valens and Buddy Holly from us. Richardson’s overt sexual call was a sharp, loud contrast to Buddy Holly’s gentle romantic style in songs like True Love Ways.
Billions of LP’s and 45’s are out there waiting for you to find: Note: This article was originally written in 2012 then moved to this site a few years later. I have added periodic updates since, the most current update