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Bagley

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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #60 on: November 19, 2014, 02:52:02 pm »
I just got the reissued version of "Crazy Rhythms" by the Feelies and I can't wait to listen to it today.


Got that one on white vinyl and had them sign it for me a couple years back at the club.  (Of course, Brenda wasn't with them back then but she signed anyway.)

Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #61 on: February 20, 2015, 11:20:26 am »
here's a good use for those record and record players :)



drawing apparatus
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hutch

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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #62 on: February 20, 2015, 04:38:46 pm »
I just got the reissued version of "Crazy Rhythms" by the Feelies and I can't wait to listen to it today.


Got that one on white vinyl and had them sign it for me a couple years back at the club.  (Of course, Brenda wasn't with them back then but she signed anyway.)


see i think that is not the right "play"... you could have had all five sign the second album!

Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #63 on: March 18, 2015, 10:34:39 am »


Live at Carnegie Hall was recorded over two nights at the historic Carnegie Hall in New York, NY on November 15th and 17th, 2014.
?Six discs pressed on audiophile, 180g vinyl
?Instant MP3 download of "Kim"
?Contains digital download card for full 42 track set

Saturday, November 15th, 2014
 
Side One
01.    Gimme Something Good
02.    Oh My Sweet Carolina
03.    Damn, Sam
04.    My Winding Wheel
 
Side Two
05.    Trouble
06.    Nobody?s Girl
07.    On Broadway
08.    Halloween
Side Three

09.    New York, New York
10.    Please Do Not Let Me Go
11.    Rats In The Wall
12.    Why Do They Leave
13.    Sylvia Plath
Side Four

14.   Crossed-Out Name
15.   This Is Where We Meet In My Mind
16.   If I Am A Stranger
17.   Amy
Side Five

18.   English Girls Approximately
19.   Avenues
20.   Come Pick Me Up


Monday, November 17th, 2014
 
Side One
01.    Oh My Sweet Carolina
02.    My Winding Wheel
03.    Dirty Rain
04.    My Wrecking Ball
 
Side Two
05.    New York New York
06.    Friends
07.    Am I Safe
 
Side Three
08.    Ashes And Fire
09.    Gimme Something Good
10.    Why Do They Leave
11.    Off Broadway
12.    The Hardest Part
 
Side Four
13.    The Rescue Blues
14.    Lucky Now
15.    Dear Chicago
16.    Desire
17.    How Much Light
 
Side Five
18.    Firecracker
19.    Kim
20.    Call Me On Your Way Back Home
21.    Black Sheets Of Rain
22.    Come Pick Me Up
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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #64 on: March 27, 2015, 02:10:17 pm »
HUH
love the tube amp
 
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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #65 on: April 03, 2015, 05:15:49 pm »
hotels-with-record-players

When in Austin...the W seems to be the place

The W Austin is part of a chain which takes music seriously?especially in this fabled music city. Not only can you hang out in the Records Room section of the W Austin Living Room lounge, which has over 8,000 vinyl records, the W also creates custom music mixes available to download on iTunes. The music, both in the Records Room and the iTunes playlist is carefully curated by the W Hotels Global Music Director and mixed by emerging DJs from all over the world.
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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #66 on: April 18, 2015, 02:22:31 pm »
Anyone score anything good for Record Store Day?

dyecraig

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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #67 on: April 18, 2015, 02:53:33 pm »
Went to 'the attic' in Pittsburgh - got there about 6:30 am and the line was around the block.
Opened at 8 and everything was alphabetized around the store. Tons of everything, including 2 boxes of the White Stripes' "Get Behind Me Satan" - managed to score one of those, along with the Miles box, the live Sly, On-u sound dub plate, Swans 1st, Elvis acetate, Jaco WB years, Kozelek ac/dc covers, Bee Gees extended mixes and man am I sleepy...happy, though...

StoneTheCrow

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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #68 on: April 18, 2015, 03:51:57 pm »
There are a couple things I'd love to get my hands on but wasn't willing to camp out for. Sort of regretting it.

stevewizzle

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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #69 on: April 18, 2015, 08:25:48 pm »
i picked up everything i wanted...

Diarrhea Planet / Those Darlins split
Frank OST
Built to Spill's new LP
Jurassic Park OST (not RSD release but fuck it)

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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #70 on: April 18, 2015, 11:09:37 pm »
Social D self-titled
Stooges live
Getz/Gilberto 10"
Replacements 10"

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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #71 on: April 19, 2015, 08:22:14 pm »
Social D self-titled
Stooges live
Getz/Gilberto 10"
Replacements 10"
damn, i forgot about that getz/gilberto - looks nice - what's on it?
i also picked up springsteen's nebraska - my favorite bruce.
great on a rainy sunday night.

Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #72 on: June 05, 2015, 11:51:25 am »
some one set up a kickstarter for Hutch


Luna have announced a box set compiling their five albums from the '90s called Luna: Long Players (92-99). In addition to the five reissued vinyl LPs, the box set will contain a sixth record, called Rarities, that compiles demos and B-sides. The box set will come in late fall/early winter via Captured Tracks.



The box set also features a 12x12 book with an interview with Dean Wareham conducted by director Noah Baumbach. Wareham and Baumbach have worked together in the past, with Wareham providing music for Baumbach's 2005 film The Squid and the Whale, and acting in 2013's Frances Ha.

Dean Wareham formed Luna in 1992 following the breakup of his former band, Galaxie 500. Luna broke up in 2004, but reunited late last year and went on a brief European tour. The band will continue the reunion tour with a new string of dates to accompany the box set.

Luna: Long Players (92-99) box set:

Lunapark (1992)
Bewitched (1994)
Penthouse (1995)
Pup Tent (1997)
The Days of Our Nights (1999)

Rarities:

01 Egg Nog (from Time 7", 1992)
02 Indian Summer (Beat Happening cover from Slide EP, 1993)
03 Ride Into the Sun (The Velvet Underground cover from Slide EP, 1993)
04 That's What You Always Say (The Dream Syndicate cover from Slide EP, 1993)
05 Anesthesia (pre-Elektra Records demo, 1991)
06 In the Flesh (Blondie cover from In the Flesh 7", 1997)
07 Bonnie and Clyde (Serge Gainsbourg cover, Penthouse bonus track)
08 I Know You Tried (unreleased demo from Bewitched sessions)
09 Roll in the Sand (from Outdoor Miner 7", 1996)
10 Dear Paulina (from Dear Paulina 7", 1999)

Luna:
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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #73 on: June 19, 2015, 09:18:18 am »
microscope view of a vinyl record playing in slow motion
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Re: Vinyl isn't dead yet...
« Reply #74 on: June 19, 2015, 12:05:08 pm »
Joe's in Silver Spring relocating.