14 June 2016
So I recently have bought a bunch of albums. Over the last year, I have been working on my CD collection and it has grown immensely. I have failed to post here though. In the last little while, however, I have bought a cool album I think is worth a mention. It is the 2001 All Things Must Pass, but on Vinyl. There is also a Vinyl version of Band On The Run 1999 and Living In The Material World 2006. I plan to get those, but this is the one I found to be the coolest. The bonus tracks are tacked on to the ends of sides 1-4 and the recording of the Apple Jam puts “Out Of The Blue ” at the end of Side 5 instead of at the end of the whole thing. I’m not sure if anyone has ever seen this before. I just happened about it one day while I was browsing Discogs on some downtime I had at the institute building.
I also decided to order the CD version to go with my 1991 and 2014 versions of the album, but the seller sent me the Russian Bootleg version in the jewel case. I brought it to his attention and he was a twat about it and lied about what the listing says(which is dumb because I can see what the listing actually says). So, I caught him in a fraudulent listing and he gave me a half refund and I got to keep the CD. I probably could have got a full refund, but in the moment I thought half was fair because I was keeping the album. I have since ordered another copy of the album that is confirmed to be official.
Update: Just a few hours after posting this the official copy came
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10 April 2016
My mum found a couple of duplicates on her CD rack, so I now have copies of Pearl Jam’s Vs. and The Tragically Hip’s Fully Completely.
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30 April 2019
I found CD versions of the strictly “dentist office music” orchestrations of Beatles compositions by their producer George Martin, “Off the Beatle Track” and “The Beatle Girls.” Definitely only for a “completist.”
And I finally picked up the “Eight Days A Week ” CD and DVD set. Happy to see, in effect, that Live at the Hollywood Bowl album finally got the CD treatment outside of Japan.
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