Well, it’s been a very busy Summer for me so I have not posted for a while. Trying to play a vinyl record when temperatures were hitting nearly 40 degrees was not on my mind really, but now the nights are drawing in it’s time to dig out the vinyl again. In fact, I have… Continue reading Moving Home Sale!
Came across an interesting record in my collection today called “A Journey Into Stereo Sound” which was released in the mid 1960’s. At the beginning is the famous sample, “This is a journey into sound..” ” from the “Train Sequence” (narrated by Geoffrey Sumner), which was the sample used by Eric B. & Rakim for… Continue reading This is a journey into sound..
As I need to find some more space, it’s time to start listing a few job lots on eBay. Ideally, I would prefer to sell my records one by one, but it does take time to list them all individually! So, it’s time to grab a bargain. I’m currently selling batches of 7 records and… Continue reading Job Lot Time!
Dug out a couple of rock ‘n roll box sets from the late 70’s / early 80’s today which are in very good condition and both the same colour! An ELO – “Three Light Years” special edition containing three LP’s (On The Third Day, Eldorado, Face The Music) plus an invitation to join their fan… Continue reading Rock ‘n Roll
I was going through some old photos tonight and found this picture of a 12″ funky tribal disco record from Tumblack called “Caraiba” that I had a decent copy of. It was released back in 1979 and copies are worth a few quid these days – I sold my copy to a DJ from Chicago… Continue reading Friday night funk
I’ve added a few cassette tapes up for sale, that I purchased in the early 1990’s. Two of these are by Aphex Twin and are great examples of his early pioneering work. There’s also a fine Detroit collection of techno tunes, plus albums from UK techno pioneers 808 State and ambient DJ’s Salt Tank. It… Continue reading Time for Tapes
Digging through a box of 78’s the other day and found a nice copy of a Lale Andersen record, called Lied Eines Jungen Wachtpostens (Lili Marlen) dating back to the 1940’s. Lili Marlen (also known as “Lili Marleen”) is a German love song which became popular throughout Europe and the Mediterranean, among both Axis and… Continue reading Latest Addition
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, as a lot has been going on the last few months! I am still sending out records though, and have been gradually adding a large box of 78’s to my inventory. Hopefully some good ones in there…