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Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Update: 27/03/20: I am still taking orders but please be aware that due to the current situation I will not be able to ship them until it is safe to do so. To all my customers around the world, I wish you and your families all the best and hope that you come through this terrible situation unscathed. Stay safe, David

Stay Safe

Update: 21/3/20: I am still shipping orders out as planned via Royal Mail, but there may be some unavoidable delays en route due to the impact of the Coronavirus. A bit of music therapy is definitely needed at the moment. To all my customers around the world, I wish you and your families all the best and hope that you come through this terrible situation unscathed. Stay safe and look after each other.

Take care,

David

Digging out the 78’s

I’ve spent a bit of time lately loading on some old 78’s that I’ve recently come across. I don’t normally bother with these, but there’s an interesting mix I believe, so I thought I’d give it a go. I do not have a way of play testing them unfortunately, but most look in good condition. Artists include Vera Lynn, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Frankie Vaughan, Gracie Fields, Max Bygraves, Perry Como, Ruby Murray, Teresa Brewer, and the Teddy Bears. If you are interested in this type of thing, please click here

Digging out some 80’s Gold

Spandau Ballet
Picked up some Spandau Ballet albums the other day, which are all in decent condition. Brings back a few memories from the 80’s, and a lot of their tracks stand the test of time. I can see why Gary Kemp may have had the hump though, as he wrote most of the tracks! I’ve got a couple of singles too, so please check out my Discogs page for more. Edit: most are sold now, hopefully I’ll get some more copies soon!

A Cautionary Tale

Not one of Germany’s finest contributions to pop music, even though they sold millions of records and won a Grammy. In the late 80’s and early 90’s, Milli Vanilli were one of the world’s biggest pop acts, before the truth came out that Rob & Fab were not the actual singers. Their downfall was sudden and ultimately tragic, as Rob died from a drugs overdose at the age of 32. Seems like one of those situations that started off as a bit of a laugh, but got seriously out of control.