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The Vinyl Thread
10 March 2014
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^ Ah okay, sorry. That explains that then. Well if you ever come over you know to leave plenty of space in your luggage! I think I bought the first four lp's, decent quality, for about £12 (which is about $19). Quite a bargain!

''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''

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I have to admit I'm a bit jealous of people who have found rare items at garage sales. People in LA seem to know the value of such things, and they're more likely to sell them on ebay or the local record store. There again, if I'd had much luck, I'd have much more to get rid of now.

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fabfouremily said
^ Ah okay, sorry. That explains that then. Well if you ever come over you know to leave plenty of space in your luggage! I think I bought the first four lp's, decent quality, for about £12 (which is about $19). Quite a bargain!

Definitely will remember that! Sadly don't think I'll be traveling far anytime soon, but I've always wanted to go to the UK as I'm part Welsh… Are you on the mainland?

If I spoke prose you'd all find out, I don't know what I talk about.

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parlance said
I have to admit I'm a bit jealous of people who have found rare items at garage sales. People in LA seem to know the value of such things, and they're more likely to sell them on ebay or the local record store. There again, if I'd had much luck, I'd have much more to get rid of now.

parlance

I'm not sure if that was aimed at me, but I've never bought anything at a car boot sale. It's really not that rare to find such deals round here. Lucky for me, I know. Would it make any difference if you shopped out of town?

Mr. Kite said

fabfouremily said
^ Ah okay, sorry. That explains that then. Well if you ever come over you know to leave plenty of space in your luggage! I think I bought the first four lp's, decent quality, for about £12 (which is about $19). Quite a bargain!

Definitely will remember that! Sadly don't think I'll be traveling far anytime soon, but I've always wanted to go to the UK as I'm part Welsh… Are you on the mainland?

I'm part Welsh, too :)

Yes, I'm in England.

 

 

 

''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''

10 March 2014
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fabfouremily said

parlance said
I have to admit I'm a bit jealous of people who have found rare items at garage sales. People in LA seem to know the value of such things, and they're more likely to sell them on ebay or the local record store. There again, if I'd had much luck, I'd have much more to get rid of now.

parlance

I'm not sure if that was aimed at me, but I've never bought anything at a car boot sale. It's really not that rare to find such deals round here. Lucky for me, I know. Would it make any difference if you shopped out of town?

Oh, it wasn't, I probably should have made the comment earlier in the thread. I meant things like that clear vinyl "This Boy" – I always hear such stories, but never in LA. And now I'm trying to get rid of stuff, so I wouldn't be looking even outside of town anymore. I used to make a point of going used record shopping in every city I visited, including London and Paris.

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10 March 2014
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fabfouremily said

parlance said
I have to admit I'm a bit jealous of people who have found rare items at garage sales. People in LA seem to know the value of such things, and they're more likely to sell them on ebay or the local record store. There again, if I'd had much luck, I'd have much more to get rid of now.

parlance

I'm not sure if that was aimed at me, but I've never bought anything at a car boot sale. It's really not that rare to find such deals round here. Lucky for me, I know. Would it make any difference if you shopped out of town?

Mr. Kite said

fabfouremily said
^ Ah okay, sorry. That explains that then. Well if you ever come over you know to leave plenty of space in your luggage! I think I bought the first four lp's, decent quality, for about £12 (which is about $19). Quite a bargain!

Definitely will remember that! Sadly don't think I'll be traveling far anytime soon, but I've always wanted to go to the UK as I'm part Welsh… Are you on the mainland?

I'm part Welsh, too :)

Yes, I'm in England.

 

 

 

I've always been confused because that part of my family is Irish/Welsh and I don't know where they came over from… I'm choosing to assume Wales because I feel like that's as close to Beatley as I can get… Although still not very close, but you get what I'm saying… Hopefully…

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parlance said

fabfouremily said

parlance said
I have to admit I'm a bit jealous of people who have found rare items at garage sales. People in LA seem to know the value of such things, and they're more likely to sell them on ebay or the local record store. There again, if I'd had much luck, I'd have much more to get rid of now.

parlance

I'm not sure if that was aimed at me, but I've never bought anything at a car boot sale. It's really not that rare to find such deals round here. Lucky for me, I know. Would it make any difference if you shopped out of town?

Oh, it wasn't, I probably should have made the comment earlier in the thread. I meant things like that clear vinyl "This Boy" – I always hear such stories, but never in LA. And now I'm trying to get rid of stuff, so I wouldn't be looking even outside of town anymore. I used to make a point of going used record shopping in every city I visited, including London and Paris.

parlance

Find anything of interest there?

If I spoke prose you'd all find out, I don't know what I talk about.

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Mr. Kite said

parlance said
I used to make a point of going used record shopping in every city I visited, including London and Paris.

parlance

Find anything of interest there?

I did! I'm a fan of Japan and David Sylvian, and other related solo artists, and I found quite a bit for them during two different trips to London and Cambridge. And in Paris, I found a couple of Tears for Fears CDs. This is one store I found near the Sorbonne.

Sadly, I'm pretty sure all those stores, except for the big ones like HMV and FNAC, are gone now.

parlance

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Check out my fan video for Paul's song "Appreciate" at YouTube and Vimeo.

10 March 2014
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parlance said

Mr. Kite said

parlance said
I used to make a point of going used record shopping in every city I visited, including London and Paris.

parlance

Find anything of interest there?

I did! I'm a fan of Japan and David Sylvian, and other related solo artists, and I found quite a bit for them during two different trips to London and Cambridge. And in Paris, I found a couple of Tears for Fears CDs. This is one store I found near the Sorbonne.

Sadly, I'm pretty sure all those stores, except for the big ones like HMV and FNAC, are gone now.

parlance

All nice little shops seem to be closing everywhere, it's really pretty sad…

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Actually, looking it up, I was pleasantly surprised to find that Crocodisc store in Paris is still around, as is Sister Ray in London.

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10 March 2014
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Mr. Kite said

fabfouremily said

parlance said
I have to admit I'm a bit jealous of people who have found rare items at garage sales. People in LA seem to know the value of such things, and they're more likely to sell them on ebay or the local record store. There again, if I'd had much luck, I'd have much more to get rid of now.

parlance

I'm not sure if that was aimed at me, but I've never bought anything at a car boot sale. It's really not that rare to find such deals round here. Lucky for me, I know. Would it make any difference if you shopped out of town?

Mr. Kite said

fabfouremily said
^ Ah okay, sorry. That explains that then. Well if you ever come over you know to leave plenty of space in your luggage! I think I bought the first four lp's, decent quality, for about £12 (which is about $19). Quite a bargain!

Definitely will remember that! Sadly don't think I'll be traveling far anytime soon, but I've always wanted to go to the UK as I'm part Welsh… Are you on the mainland?

I'm part Welsh, too :)

Yes, I'm in England.

 

 

 

I've always been confused because that part of my family is Irish/Welsh and I don't know where they came over from… I'm choosing to assume Wales because I feel like that's as close to Beatley as I can get… Although still not very close, but you get what I'm saying… Hopefully…

John considered himself Irish, you know? Both his and George's grandparents were Irish, part of George's family still lives in Wexford! Paul can claim Irish heritage on both sides.  

 

John bought an island off the coast of Mayo where he intended to live after his retirement, so if John was still alive I'd live about an hour and a half away from him a-hard-days-night-john-7 Bother!

 

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AppleScruffJunior said

Mr. Kite said

fabfouremily said

parlance said
I have to admit I'm a bit jealous of people who have found rare items at garage sales. People in LA seem to know the value of such things, and they're more likely to sell them on ebay or the local record store. There again, if I'd had much luck, I'd have much more to get rid of now.

parlance

I'm not sure if that was aimed at me, but I've never bought anything at a car boot sale. It's really not that rare to find such deals round here. Lucky for me, I know. Would it make any difference if you shopped out of town?

Mr. Kite said

fabfouremily said
^ Ah okay, sorry. That explains that then. Well if you ever come over you know to leave plenty of space in your luggage! I think I bought the first four lp's, decent quality, for about £12 (which is about $19). Quite a bargain!

Definitely will remember that! Sadly don't think I'll be traveling far anytime soon, but I've always wanted to go to the UK as I'm part Welsh… Are you on the mainland?

I'm part Welsh, too :)

Yes, I'm in England.

 

 

 

I've always been confused because that part of my family is Irish/Welsh and I don't know where they came over from… I'm choosing to assume Wales because I feel like that's as close to Beatley as I can get… Although still not very close, but you get what I'm saying… Hopefully…

John considered himself Irish, you know? Both his and George's grandparents were Irish, part of George's family still lives in Wexford! Paul can claim Irish heritage on both sides.  

 

John bought an island off the coast of Mayo where he intended to live after his retirement, so if John was still alive I'd live about an hour and a half away from him a-hard-days-night-john-7 Bother!

 

Then I will claim both just as happily! What I usually do anyway… Especially with St. Patricks Day coming up!

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10 March 2014
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I am very passionate about vinyls. I think I've inherited that from my dad (among dozens of his vinyl collection!), who couldn't listen to CDs for years because he loved the sound the gramophone produces too much. After persuading and pleading, I managed to convince him to move our record played in my bedroom. Now, it's constantly on, playing wonderful music.

During my three week stay in Germany in January, I was determined to buy at least one Beatles vinyl. The only Beatles-related vinyl my dad owns is the soundtrack of the Sgt Pepper film, the one with covers of Beatles songs by lots of bands, mainly the Bee Gees. 
After going through about a million records in an antique store, I finally found Wings' Back to the Egg and a 45 record with John's (Just Like) Starting Over and Yoko's Kiss Kiss Kiss singles, for 1 euro each. It wasn't until a few days later that I discovered another antique store that was specialized in records and old books. I bought the Red and the Blue Album, Help! and Magical Mystery Tourall in a pretty good condition. I also bought two Wings 45 records, the one with Silly Love Songs and Cook of the House, the other with Hi Hi Hi and C'moon. Sadly, the rest of the Beatles records they had were a bunch of compilations, too overpriced in my opinion. But on ebay, I bought Abbey Road in a splendid condition, and recently I've bought Sgt Pepper for a ridiculously low price with a last minute bid. 
Sadly, here behind the moon, we don't have a place that sells record. Not in my small town, at least. I am looking forward to buying more vinyls, though.

Other than the Beatles, I've got a few pretty good albums by Janis Joplin, The Rolling Stones, Queen, The Eagles, Rod Stewart, Bob Dylan, B.B. King… 

 

Edit: I might even post pictures sometime. Too much excitement :)

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I've had a lot of difficulty finding Joplin lp's. I've told my local dealer to call me as soon as anything comes in. Same for Pink Floyd, too.

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fabfouremily said
I've had a lot of difficulty finding Joplin lp's. I've told my local dealer to call me as soon as anything comes in. Same for Pink Floyd, too.

I used to have a nice collection of Pink Floyd vinyl that was destroyed in a flood.

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Expert Textpert said

fabfouremily said
I've had a lot of difficulty finding Joplin lp's. I've told my local dealer to call me as soon as anything comes in. Same for Pink Floyd, too.

I used to have a nice collection of Pink Floyd vinyl that was destroyed in a flood.

That's horrible…

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parlance said

Mr. Kite said

parlance said
I used to make a point of going used record shopping in every city I visited, including London and Paris.

parlance

Find anything of interest there?

I did! I'm a fan of Japan and David Sylvian, and other related solo artists, and I found quite a bit for them during two different trips to London and Cambridge. And in Paris, I found a couple of Tears for Fears CDs. This is one store I found near the Sorbonne.

Sadly, I'm pretty sure all those stores, except for the big ones like HMV and FNAC, are gone now.

parlance

@parlance, I like David Sylvian, too, and Sylvian/Fripp, and Rain Tree Crow.  Never heard much Japan.  I don't usually go for the 80's synth pop sound…that's what they are, right?

Some of my favorite Sylvian songs:  Let the Happiness In, Damage, The First Day, Gone to Earth, Taking the Veil, Laughter and Forgetting, Every Colour You Are.

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Mr. Kite said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said

wetsroosa said

Mr. Kite said
I'm really getting into vinyl, and have been finding a lot of great stuff lately, so I'm starting this topic to share my finds with you, the people of the BB, and to give anyone else interested a place to talk about vinyl!

When I have more time later I'll talk about my collection…

 

I've got Sgt. Pepper on vinyl and a clear-colored "This Boy" 45 on vinyl which I will get framed and hang on my office wall one day when I'm motivated enough. I keep digging antique stores and vinyl record shops (there's two really good ones within relative driving distance) in the hopes I'll come across something really exciting (like a vinyl U.S. album), but so far no luck.

Haha! I have a bunch of US Albums on vinyl because of my dad. I have Beatles '65 and Hey Jude, as well as the US versions of Rubber Soul and Revolver plus the US editions (same as Britain) of Sgt. Pepper's, The BeatlesLet It Be, and Abbey Road.  Also the Red and Blue Albums and Rock And Roll Music

That's cool, first editions? Numbered White Album?

Sadly, no. My dad was born in '63, so he got most of his records in the 70s. And actually, we don't have the sleeve for The White Album. My dad thought it had been stolen, until we found the first disc inside a second Red Album sleeve we appeared to have. Only have Disc 1 though…

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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

Mr. Kite said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said

wetsroosa said

Mr. Kite said
I'm really getting into vinyl, and have been finding a lot of great stuff lately, so I'm starting this topic to share my finds with you, the people of the BB, and to give anyone else interested a place to talk about vinyl!

When I have more time later I'll talk about my collection…

 

I've got Sgt. Pepper on vinyl and a clear-colored "This Boy" 45 on vinyl which I will get framed and hang on my office wall one day when I'm motivated enough. I keep digging antique stores and vinyl record shops (there's two really good ones within relative driving distance) in the hopes I'll come across something really exciting (like a vinyl U.S. album), but so far no luck.

Haha! I have a bunch of US Albums on vinyl because of my dad. I have Beatles '65 and Hey Jude, as well as the US versions of Rubber Soul and Revolver plus the US editions (same as Britain) of Sgt. Pepper's, The BeatlesLet It Be, and Abbey Road.  Also the Red and Blue Albums and Rock And Roll Music

That's cool, first editions? Numbered White Album?

Sadly, no. My dad was born in '63, so he got most of his records in the 70s. And actually, we don't have the sleeve for The White Album. My dad thought it had been stolen, until we found the first disc inside a second Red Album sleeve we appeared to have. Only have Disc 1 though…

I prefer Disc 1, but there's great stuff on 2 you're missing out on… But you probably have it all digitally or on CD right?

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@Mr. Kite Yeah. The records (at least the Beatles ones) are mostly for novelty, considering I already have all of the songs. My dad has like 500 records, most of which don't match with his 400 CDs, so I have a lot of music. Sucks I can't rip a record.

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