I’ve been having a good look at my grading today, as when I started selling on discogs I was concerned about over exaggerating the condition of my records. The last thing I wanted to do was to get some negative feedback early on and not have the 100% score. I’ve still got it, both on… Continue reading Making the Grade
Hi again! Just been checking the May list of the top selling items on Discogs. Unfortunately, I do not have any copies of these belters, which is a pity as 12 of them were bought for over $2000 each! Still, it does give me an incentive to keep rummaging through those boxes of records, to… Continue reading Top 30 Most Expensive Items Sold on Discogs
Hi again! Having a bit of a rock feast tonight, having dug out a couple of my classic albums from the 70’s. First one to hit the turntable was Deep Purple’s “In Concert”, a two disc compilation of BBC live sessions recorded in 1970 and 1972. Second up was Ritchie Blackmore (the band’s guitarist) with… Continue reading Space Truckin’
Yep, it’s now 70 years since the LP (Long Player) vinyl record first appeared, along with its smaller grooves and slower speed (33 1/3 rpm). It was a revolution at the time, replacing the phonograph records made of shellac. It’s strange to think that lots of other formats have come and gone over the years… Continue reading Happy Birthday to the LP – now 70!
Hello again! I’ve managed to drag myself away from the footy to do some cleaning. I hate to list dirty records, so my Knosti Disco-Antistat machine is getting plenty of use. I’d certainly recommend it, if you have a few dirty records that need a new lease of life. The older version is selling on… Continue reading Sounding Sweet..
Hello! Welcome to the first post on my blog. My name’s David and I’ve been a keen collector of vinyl records for many years now, starting with a copy of Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds that I bought way back in 1978. My musical tastes have varied a lot since then, depending on what… Continue reading Welcome to the Blog!