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  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Jimi LaLumia View Post
    my favorite site for vinyl shopping, old and new, is GEMM
    Gemm.com is an absolute goldmine for finding rare records. Gemm and eBay pretty much rule these days.

  2. #102
    Paladin---
    (You dirty dog, WFMU ? speak on it .......) Arf Arf Woof Woof...= = http://wfmu.org/recfair/rf_livebcasts.html

    Splanky---
    (Maxayn's Mindful lp?...Dang, now I'm jealous as a mollyfocker...Check Out Your
    Mind is on that wax, ain't it?... )

    Yes it is , and that's just what I said when I saw it in the bin too , I'll be a Mollyfocker!!! LOL When the guy told me the lp's were $2.00 a piece ,I put on my best game face ,gave him the $18. I walked out of there "like I stole somethin" , jumped in the car and took off!!!!!!!!!! .................He stopped to ring me out to get rid of me cause he was busy selling this other dude a "still sealed" ,Beatles Anthology (The red one) on vinyl for $45.

  3. #103
    Vinyl re-up kicks off the fall: Public Enemy-Night Of The Living Baseheads (12" single), Bobby Brown-My Prerogative (12" single), Go For Your Guns-The Isley Brothers (promo copy), and George Benson-Weekend In L.A.. Carried from Red Bank, N.J. to Long Branch, N.J. in a Funk & Standard potato sack-like shopping bag. Vinyl jeopardy is a science.

  4. #104
    I've taken a break from vinyl shopping,for a bit. I probably will get back into the swing of things in a few weeks.

  5. #105
    Ahhh , GeeTee checking in for roll call!!! (smile)

    timmyfunk--- Picking up 12's?? I didn't think you delt with those. I did stop by that same shop before getting on the plane home and picked up , Heavy D and the Boyz 12 of "Now That We Found Love"
    Miles Jaye--Lets Start All Over
    Sherrick-- Just Call--M+M Mix Import
    Wham--Careless Whisper , with instr version (that's what sold me on that!!)

    This is our thread vinylmaniacs ,lets stay intouch , despite the other B.S. Peace

  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    Ahhh , GeeTee checking in for roll call!!! (smile)

    timmyfunk--- Picking up 12's?? I didn't think you delt with those. I did stop by that same shop before getting on the plane home and picked up , Heavy D and the Boyz 12 of "Now That We Found Love"
    Miles Jaye--Lets Start All Over
    Sherrick-- Just Call--M+M Mix Import
    Wham--Careless Whisper , with instr version (that's what sold me on that!!)

    This is our thread vinylmaniacs ,lets stay intouch , despite the other B.S. Peace
    Hell yeah, I'm on the 12" kick. If you grew up in the 1970's, you had to cop some 12" remixes or extended versions.

  7. #107
    This is one of my favorite stops on the forum,i recently found[eloise hang on in there-william bell]in mint condition for 3 bucks...vinyl forever!!!

  8. #108
    Quote Originally Posted by arrr&bee View Post
    This is one of my favorite stops on the forum,i recently found[eloise hang on in there-william bell]in mint condition for 3 bucks...vinyl forever!!!
    I'm very happy that you appreciate this thread.

  9. #109
    I picked up Jimmy Smiths ,The Sermon @ Academy on 18th Street for $8.00. That's the lp that has "J.O.S. on it , aka Frankie Crockers other theme song.

    On line I found Prince's U.K 12" of Party Man B/W the Long Stroke version of "Feel You up" for $7 USD M-. I been looking for this for a good while ,only the short version was released here and the Long version at min has been going for $20 and up. I said might as well take a chance ,it's $11 with the shipping. This track is baaaddd!!! There's a Larry Graham style bass and some nasty horns in it. I got a confirm E that it shipped , so I give it a week.

    Is anyone else planning to go to the WFUV SHOW next month???

  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by timmyfunk View Post
    Gemm.com is an absolute goldmine for finding rare records. Gemm and eBay pretty much rule these days.
    Discogs is a good place, too : http://www.discogs.com/

    Recently I found there the great LP from Sandra Wright, "Wounded Woman".


  11. #111
    Quote Originally Posted by phil View Post
    Discogs is a good place, too : http://www.discogs.com/

    Recently I found there the great LP from Sandra Wright, "Wounded Woman".

    I may have to register there as well.

  12. #112
    You won't regret it Timmy, if you're looking for some rare (and less rare) records.

    6 months ago I found the South African LP from CL Blast "Made In Africa", that I've been tracking down for years !



    And you can also sell your records/CD's on the site : Soul, funk, jazz, etc..
    Last edited by phil; 09-25-2011 at 02:20 PM.

  13. #113
    Fall vinyl re-up commences: Miles Davis-You're Under Arrest and The Man With The Horn, Herbie Hancock-Headhunters, and Echoes Of An Era-Various Artists.

  14. #114
    Herbie Hancock-Headhunters--
    A Super Classic album and group. Chameleon is the crown jewel of this lp ,as awesome today as it was when it first came out in 1973. The funkyest nastyest perfect combination of electric and real analog instruments ,the new sound of Funk and older Modal Jazz elements and the 70's Dance/ Club Music (pre-Disco) elements, plus the musicians ,all accomplished Jazz genre players, make this L.P. a prime example and aural snapshot of a turning point in what would be the evolution of the later 70's FUNK/R&B/DISCO era of late 74 -79. This is one of Hancock's finest works. His group in 73 is as comparable to Mile's group during the KIND OF BLUE period in terms of talent and creative novelty . It was considered "Electric Jazz" but also was played in Black and Gay dance clubs, and Frankie Crocker played an edited version on his radio show, in the early days of Urban F.M. I was a mobile D.J. at the time (1973, 19yrs old) and the audience of say a serious dance crowd would dance to the straight track ,dancing apart for the first funky part and changing up for slower jazzy part ,only to go back into the FUNK part again. That was amazing to witness a couple of times. Other crowds would like just the FUNK part sort of looped. But with both ,once that intro ,"bom bom bom bom------bom bom----bom bom bom bom---bom bom--, came on , it was ...Awww--Shiiii---- LOL.................

  15. #115
    WFMU ? All I can say is Bow wow wow wow yippee yo-yippee yay ! Dam..... on another front....I picked up Sadao Watanabe/Orange Express, Lets Put It All Together/Stylistics, Teena Marie's Emerald City, Crusaders vocal album, Bill Summers, London Suite. A rather curious find which I haven't listened to was a Ray Parker lp Sex and The Single Man......really don't remember anything from this LP but it was sealed and cost me a buck.......

  16. #116

    Thumbs up

    Spent the day here at the WFMU record fair in N.Y.C. Here's a list of the vendors
    and the floor lay-out. This one of those big shows , a "where do I start first?" sized event. I'll list my purchases shortly.

    http://blogfiles.wfmu.org/KF/2011/10...Guide_2011.pdf

  17. #117
    Awww Man........

  18. #118
    Thought you would like that. I'm busy with my Mom's birthday and my parents 57th anniversary ,but I promise I will post my booty haul as soon as possible. I only spent less than 70 bucks for one fat bag of records .

  19. #119
    My record show bag : Willie Hutch--Havin A Party (MOTOWN) 1977 lp $4
    Sly Stone--Aint But The One Way (WARNER BROS) 1982 lp $3
    CHOCOLATE MILK---CHOCOLATE MILK (RCA) lp (1976) $5
    Philippe Wynne--Starting All Over---(COTILLION) lp (1977) $4
    The Art Of Noise-- Whos Afraid Of The Art Of Noise--(ISLAND) lp (1984) $5
    Coffee-- Second Cup--- (DELITE) lp (1982) $5
    Faith Hope & Charity-- Faith Hope & Charity lp (20th Century) (1978) $7 The last lp by this group
    The Ebonys--The EBONYS---(Philly Intl ) lp (1973) $5 MINT!!!!!!!!!!
    Hot Chocolate-- 10 Greatest Hits (Big Tree) lp (1977) $5
    Krystol---Talk Of The Town---(EPIC) lp (1985) $10 Produced by Leon Sylvers ,post Solar period
    King Pleasure--Golden Days --(HI-FI JAZZ) lp (196-) $1 , very clean , has MOODYS MOOD on it !!!!
    Kaygees--Find A Friend--(GANG)-- lp (1976)--$3 Amir Byan/Ronald Bell (Vintage Kool & Gang groove)
    Bill Withers--Making Music--(Columbia) lp --(1975)
    And this V/A LP from 1988 , a CHARLY import , "The Message Rare Grooves Vol 2". It was one of those compilation LP's that have tracks you already have in one form or another ,except one. One you been looking for ,for a long time. That track for me was DAWSON SMITH's ,"I DONT KNOW IF I CAN MAKE IT" from 1977 ,originally a ROADSHOW 45 ,produced by Dawson and George Kerr. This track is classic classic classic FUNK with a monster sax solo by Dawson. Well worth the $10 I paid for it.

    There are 2 sites having "sales" ,(up to the 13th of NOV) Music Obsession and Earthwave records , that I've bought from and had no problems with.

  20. #120
    picked up Jimmy Smiths ,The Sermon @ Academy on 18th Street for $8.00. That's the lp that has "J.O.S. on it
    Great picks with the Ebonys and Still Bill.....Those Philipe Wynn tracks after he left the Spinners were so-so to say the least bought them out of curiosity and his mojo was gone.........


    Now for the latest offerings that I simply love, Lord knows I touched a dream when I picked up Jimmy Smiths Hoochie Coochie Man....wow !

    I also got his stellar " Off The Top " featuring George Benson, Ron Carter, Grady tate and Stanley Turrentine ........Yes!

    Hold On Noel Pointer

    All About Esther Philips (produced by Wayne Henderson)

    The Leslie Drayton Orchestra feat Barbara Morrison ( been looking for this for ten years )

    The Cannoball Adderly Quintet Live At Lighthouse

    Glidin Along Benny Green Quintet feat. Paul Chambers, Junior Mance, Johnny Griffin......

    Confunkshun Electric Lady

    Lou Rawls Live 2 album live set from Philly International

    The Best of Jack McDuff Live

    I'll check the sites....man vinyl rules and at the right prices...........

  21. #121
    Almost forgot to post:

    Side Effect-What You Need
    The Best Of The Stylistics
    Quincy Jones-Mellow Madness
    Weather Report-Black Market and Heavy Weather
    Quazar (2nd Copy)
    Blackbyrd (McKnight) and the Beat Brothers-12" single

  22. #122
    I got in the mail today........Brainstorms "Loving Is Really My Game" ,U.K. Red 12" Re-Mix. There's more horns under those great strings than the L.P. mix and the guitars are clearer as well as the percussion. It runs at 7:33 and has a nice breakdown edit.
    Also... Labelle's first transformation Warner Bros L.P. in M- vinyl (no spindle marks on lable) and very nice clean cover.
    Brainstorm went for $36!! and Labelle $17...........................HOWEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!-------------Since my mother raised ugly children , not stupid children , and these items have been on my list for years.... I bought them @ 60% off when you spent over $50 and free shipping , but the final bill turned out to be $21.56. Somebodys math is off by my calculations but it seems like my MOM did a excellent job!! Thanks goes out to MusicObsession.

    Now I guess I'll catch up on Morris Day L.P.'s I never picked up. The hunt continues.................

  23. #123
    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    I got in the mail today........Brainstorms "Loving Is Really My Game" ,U.K. Red 12" Re-Mix. There's more horns under those great strings than the L.P. mix and the guitars are clearer as well as the percussion. It runs at 7:33 and has a nice breakdown edit.
    Also... Labelle's first transformation Warner Bros L.P. in M- vinyl (no spindle marks on lable) and very nice clean cover.
    Brainstorm went for $36!! and Labelle $17...........................HOWEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!-------------Since my mother raised ugly children , not stupid children , and these items have been on my list for years.... I bought them @ 60% off when you spent over $50 and free shipping , but the final bill turned out to be $21.56. Somebodys math is off by my calculations but it seems like my MOM did a excellent job!! Thanks goes out to MusicObsession.

    Now I guess I'll catch up on Morris Day L.P.'s I never picked up. The hunt continues.................
    The hunt never ends.

  24. #124
    Side Effect-What You Need
    The Best Of The Stylistics
    Quincy Jones-Mellow Madness
    I got those too, nice ....true the hunt never ends........

  25. #125
    Quote Originally Posted by paladin View Post
    I got those too, nice ....true the hunt never ends........
    For me, the hunt resumes tomorrow morning.

  26. #126
    Pre-Thanksgiving Re-Up got a little out of hand:

    Gil Scott-Heron-Reflections & From South Africa to South Carolina
    Dr. Martin Luther King & Malcolm X-The Second American Revolution
    Skyy-Skyyport
    Bob Marley and the Wailers-Natty Dread
    Janet Jackson-Control($1-mint condition)
    Witch Queen-Bang A Gong
    Rick James-Garden Of Love
    Zapp-I Can Make You Dance
    Ace-An Ace Album
    Swing Out Sister-It's Better To Travel
    Stevie Wonder-Innervisions
    Earth, Wind and Fire-Gratitude
    Various Artists-Atlantic Rhythm and Blues-Volume 7 (1969-1974)

    Will I eat this week? Who knows!

  27. #127
    Here's a solid '70's soul/jazz VINYL specialist store link..... operated by fellow Soulful Detroit member.
    Wanna see over 1000 original pressings from your past?

    http://stores.ebay.com/wattsjazz?refid=store
    Last edited by Jazz Vinyl; 11-20-2011 at 04:43 PM.

  28. #128
    Nice site been meaning to get back first came upon it whilre doing business on E Bay..., saw some lovely cuts......prices are just ok, some of the stuff I haven't seen anywhere........the Stanley Turrentine Unreleased album certainly piqued my curiosity.........however not enough information, I might have to wait for a bottom line sale where I can get 5-15 albums at one time....lol.....

  29. #129
    Post-Thanksgiving re-up is far more sensible...so far:

    Honey Cone-Soulful Tapestry
    Buddy Miles-Them Changes
    Hall and Oates-H 2 O

    Giving thanks to a working turntable.

  30. #130
    Buddy Miles-Them Changes------------

    Down By The River , and Dreams ..............Is The JOINT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! On this album....................

  31. #131
    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    Buddy Miles-Them Changes------------

    Down By The River , and Dreams ..............Is The JOINT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! On this album....................
    I'm beginning to believe that I own the only working turntable in Monmouth County NJ.

  32. #132
    I found a mint copy of a very cool george shering album for $1 at the thrift store...with a killer track of[autume in new york]!

  33. #133
    Quote Originally Posted by arrr&bee View Post
    I found a mint copy of a very cool george shering album for $1 at the thrift store...with a killer track of[autume in new york]!
    I've never given up on the thrift shops. Found a mint condition Captain Beefheart album, "Clear Spot" for $1.00 years ago.

  34. #134
    You never know where and what you might find.
    One of my favorite sayings from the "Dazzle" album on Delite , "We are the choosen few that have been blessed, somehow different than the rest"
    And my second favorite saying from Clarence Avant's "Tabu" label , "The earth has music for those who will listen"

    Daddyacey's main quote to many newbies and others, "Said the spider to the fly ,oh yeah, well listen to this shit , as i pull the vintage black vinyl disc from its cover and place it on the turntable and watch them curl up into aural fetal position.
    Last edited by daddyacey; 12-02-2011 at 03:31 AM.

  35. #135
    This weekends vinyl turned up some pretty interesting artifacts:

    Sister Sledge-Circle Of Love
    The Isley Brothers-The Pride (12" single)
    Betty Davis-They Say I'm Different
    L.T.D.-Togetherness
    Cameo-Secret Omen
    Rita Marley-One Draw (12" single)
    Queen-The Game

    Flea markets are a wave of the past...and the present.

  36. #136
    Yesterday, I located a clean copy of Ace Spectrum "Low Rent Rendezvous", my first.
    Now I can't stop playing the extended instrumental ending of "Keep Holding On"....nearly 9 minutes of layered groove (is it MSFB?). With it's Blowfly-worthy cover, somehow I wrongly passed over this record for decades. Now strings are swirling, horns are pumping, eyes are shut...in the moment. Moments like these keep me diggin', the lessons never end.

  37. #137
    Paladin - thanks for your kind note.
    Last edited by Jazz Vinyl; 12-04-2011 at 08:31 AM.

  38. #138
    Just got a vinyl 12" EP from France, courtesy of one Gary Mudbone Cooper of Parliament-Funkadelic, Bootsy's Rubber Band, and Sly Fox. The formerly unreleased Gary and Garry album from 1982. A serious pick-me-up for someone getting through a sick day from work.

  39. #139
    I have a friend who has been making live recordings of various local bands at different clubs around town and committing those recordings to limited edition vinyl. It is called the Motor City Special and he is up to vol 5 or 6 now. He has a show on Udetroit.com every Thursday evening. Always an entertaining show. Here is the URL: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/udetroit-live

    Show starts at 10PM Eastern time.

    Also, If you are in the Detroit area and have a turntable that is giving you trouble. I happen to repair them. Been working on them about 30 years. After a few years of not seeing any coming in for service, I have been getting a lot of them. It's good to see.

    Larry

  40. #140
    In what might be the last Vinyl Re-Up of 2012, the plot thickens:

    BT Express-Do It 'Til You're Satisfied
    Wings-Venus And Mars (with poster)
    Spandau Ballet-The Singles Collection
    McCartney-Self titled debut
    The Beatles Second Album (Apple records pressing)

    The following all came out of the $1.00 section of Funk And Standard Variety Store:

    Jermaine Jackson-My Name Is Jermaine
    Gladys Knight and the Pips-Anthology
    John Cougar-American Fool
    Richard Pryor-Live On The Sunset Strip
    Buddy Miles-More Miles Per Gallon
    Rotary Connection-Self titled
    Mongo Santamaria-Red Hot

    For $1.00 a pop, I will free my mind.

  41. #141
    I had a training meeting for the job in downtown Brooklyn which put me close to the Village en-route home. A good reason to detour and it turned out to be a good idea. I was jonesing since I haven't been out shopping at the stores and the last time I had good run was at the WFMU Record fair in Oct. Since then I been doin some on line shopping ,but I was gettin that urge to go diggin. I picked out one spot and the pickings was pretty good.............................................. ....

    Ronnie Dyson--Phase 2--1982--Cotillion-- (A straight up Philly LP ,produced by the esteemed BOBBY ELI) Mint $1

    Phoebe Snow--Phoebe Snow--1974--Shelter/ABC-- Mint $1

    George Benson--In Your Eyes--1983 --Warner Bros Mint- $1

    Bobby Womack--The Poet-- (I have this but it was mint and cost $1)

    David Peaston-- Introducing David Peaston--1989--Geffen--(I have this but it was mint and cost $1)

    The Rebirth Of The Cool--A compilation from Delicious Vinyl UK--1989-- Jazz based beats ,Raps. Tastefull Nice--$5 VG +

    The Fania All Stars--Commitment--1980--Fania-- $6 VG+ (2 cuts that feature Celia Cruz. I love this womans voice even though I don't understand a lot of Spanish. Her voice is as dynamic as Dinah Washington, Oh My GAWD!!!!...............)

    The Charlie Parker Story #3---Verve--Original Press--Produced by Norman Granz--(A post humous compilation in VG++ condition with Miles ,Monk and Dizzy on some tracks)----$5

    I still want to go on one last store spree to close out 2011. Maybe I'll burn up a sick day or 2 ,(cough cough), until tax time comes around.

  42. #142
    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    I had a training meeting for the job in downtown Brooklyn which put me close to the Village en-route home. A good reason to detour and it turned out to be a good idea. I was jonesing since I haven't been out shopping at the stores and the last time I had good run was at the WFMU Record fair in Oct. Since then I been doin some on line shopping ,but I was gettin that urge to go diggin. I picked out one spot and the pickings was pretty good.............................................. ....

    Ronnie Dyson--Phase 2--1982--Cotillion-- (A straight up Philly LP ,produced by the esteemed BOBBY ELI) Mint $1

    Phoebe Snow--Phoebe Snow--1974--Shelter/ABC-- Mint $1

    George Benson--In Your Eyes--1983 --Warner Bros Mint- $1

    Bobby Womack--The Poet-- (I have this but it was mint and cost $1)

    David Peaston-- Introducing David Peaston--1989--Geffen--(I have this but it was mint and cost $1)

    The Rebirth Of The Cool--A compilation from Delicious Vinyl UK--1989-- Jazz based beats ,Raps. Tastefull Nice--$5 VG +

    The Fania All Stars--Commitment--1980--Fania-- $6 VG+ (2 cuts that feature Celia Cruz. I love this womans voice even though I don't understand a lot of Spanish. Her voice is as dynamic as Dinah Washington, Oh My GAWD!!!!...............)

    The Charlie Parker Story #3---Verve--Original Press--Produced by Norman Granz--(A post humous compilation in VG++ condition with Miles ,Monk and Dizzy on some tracks)----$5

    I still want to go on one last store spree to close out 2011. Maybe I'll burn up a sick day or 2 ,(cough cough), until tax time comes around.
    Do you think that value of original 1970's R&B, Soul, and Funk is somehow decreasing? My re-up has been surprisingly easy and generally cheap. This just wasn't the case, even 10 years ago.

  43. #143
    Aww Shucks... That's a good question. I think that the stock of vintage vinyl that has been sitting in storage for years has been made more available at the wholesale level ,since the advent and popularity of the CD format. I have noticed that a lot of the vinyl is new cut-out ,unsold stock as well as a lot of vintage used rare stock that you could not find over the past 5 years or so. I'm shocked at the good to excellent condition of some rare titles I run across. I have found vintage titles that are not on CD for far less and in greater numbers than were available in the past 5 years. For me to have found Maxayn and Ectasy Passion and Pain LP's in excellent condition means that those who had those titles have liquidated them at low prices for lack of storage or lack of the understanding that there are people out there that want those titles. There is also the fact that collectors outside of the U.S. are buying a lot of these titles and also that there is a retro thing going on for true R&B that were ignored during the DISCO period. I have almost 400 retro albums ,for example original pressings of Westbound Ohio Players, Funkadelic ,Solar Whispers,Dynasty, Soul Train Gang ,Stax, Motown and other true classic LP's that are doubles and in good to excellent condition that I will be listing for trade or sale in the new year. (SDF friends get first dibs of course) It's a strange market. Those that have the most product from that period have no choice but to get rid of them at low prices ,(that being stores ) but on line outlets offer the same at higher prices because they attract those not in a position to shop in stores in certain areas where the customers are in rural areas. I find or run across titles that go for $10-$20 on line or at shows for $1-$5 in stores here in N.Y.C.

  44. #144
    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    Aww Shucks... That's a good question. I think that the stock of vintage vinyl that has been sitting in storage for years has been made more available at the wholesale level ,since the advent and popularity of the CD format. I have noticed that a lot of the vinyl is new cut-out ,unsold stock as well as a lot of vintage used rare stock that you could not find over the past 5 years or so. I'm shocked at the good to excellent condition of some rare titles I run across. I have found vintage titles that are not on CD for far less and in greater numbers than were available in the past 5 years. For me to have found Maxayn and Ectasy Passion and Pain LP's in excellent condition means that those who had those titles have liquidated them at low prices for lack of storage or lack of the understanding that there are people out there that want those titles. There is also the fact that collectors outside of the U.S. are buying a lot of these titles and also that there is a retro thing going on for true R&B that were ignored during the DISCO period. I have almost 400 retro albums ,for example original pressings of Westbound Ohio Players, Funkadelic ,Solar Whispers,Dynasty, Soul Train Gang ,Stax, Motown and other true classic LP's that are doubles and in good to excellent condition that I will be listing for trade or sale in the new year. (SDF friends get first dibs of course) It's a strange market. Those that have the most product from that period have no choice but to get rid of them at low prices ,(that being stores ) but on line outlets offer the same at higher prices because they attract those not in a position to shop in stores in certain areas where the customers are in rural areas. I find or run across titles that go for $10-$20 on line or at shows for $1-$5 in stores here in N.Y.C.
    I know that the record stores that I frequent have dramatically lowered the price of it's vinyl simply to generate more interest in everything else they're carrying. This re-up project has been surprisingly rapid and generally affordable.

    Say DA, you wouldn't happen to have EWF's Faces LP with the poster?

  45. #145
    I lent it to a young lady about 10 years ago. Ain't seen her or it since. I will keep my eye out for one in my travels ,O.K.?

  46. #146
    The Vinyl-Re Up for 2012 has officially taken flight:

    Mother's Finest (ST)
    Maze-Before I Let Go-Live (12")
    Pablo Cruise- A Place In The Sun
    Miles Davis-Get Up With It
    Wings-Goodnight Tonight
    Midnight Star-Hot Spot (12")
    Kiddo-Try My Lovin' (12")
    Bell and James-Livin' It Up (12")
    ... Yellow Magic Orchestra-Computer Games (12")
    War-Galaxy (12")
    Brass Construction-5
    Aurra (ST)

    With the obvious exception of Miles Davis, all of this wonderful vinyl came out of the $1.00 bin.

  47. #147
    With the obvious exception of Miles Davis, all of this wonderful vinyl came out of the $1.00 bin.
    Tim thats good looking out.....have most of them in my collection, great finds......

  48. #148
    Quote Originally Posted by daddyacey View Post
    i lent it to a young lady about 10 years ago. Ain't seen her or it since. I will keep my eye out for one in my travels ,o.k.?
    hey daddyacey,maybe she was the[lady in blue]that the moments sang about[smile]!

  49. #149
    Quote Originally Posted by arrr&bee View Post
    hey daddyacey,maybe she was the[lady in blue]that the moments sang about[smile]!
    LOL , She have been.

    2012-- Music Obsession has this sale on ,50% off when you spend $100. So if you order $100 worth it's onl $50 ,plus free shipping!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  50. #150
    Vinyl Re-Up for the week ending January 14th, 2012:

    Malcolm X Speaks Again
    The Time-Ice Cream Castles
    Tears For Fears-The Hurting
    Michael Henderson-Wide Reciever (12" single)
    Stanley Clarke-Just A Feeling (12" single)
    Gloria Gaynor-Love Tracks
    Various Artists-Motown Show Tunes
    Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes-Black and Blue
    The Gap Band-Party Train (12" single)
    Steve Miller Band-Abracadabra (12" single)

    Preparing the senses for the P-Funk onslaught, coming in February.

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