Hi and Moin,
Thank you for your virtual visit.

I'm a private collector from Hamburg / Germany and I would like to share the passion for really good music with you. In my opinion "good music" (which indeed is a very personal and subjective statement) is life spirit and that's why a huge number of very different songs became best friends in my life over the long years.

My collection contains Vinyl (33/45 r.p.m.) and some CDs, that covers all my favorite kinds of music:

Black and white Doo Wop, Soul esp. Northern & early Motown Soul, Jazz (what a universe!-), Funk, Hardrock (R.I.P. Lemmy K.), Rock'n'Roll / Rockabilly, Blues, Beat, Garage (Psychedelic) Rock, good Pop music (but only those ones, you cannot play to death, - beginning from the roaring 20’s over each single decade with it‘s own fashions, flairs and influences, esp. my own personal 80’s decade with it’s huge variety of so many different styles and grooves, ...

- take a look 👀 at the list of my favorite vinyl albums of the eighties https://www.discogs.com/de/lists/Best-of-1980s-LPs/444153

... as well as current Pop music untill rght now), Reggae and Ska, Rap, Hip Hop and Electronic / Deep Trance, Easy Listening and - last but not least - the good old groundlaying „Klassik“ (Beethoven, Schubert, Händel, Bach, Tschaikowski, ...).

My personal hero from the beginning was - of course - Elvis Presley (just listen to „My Baby left me“,„So glad you‘re mine“ and „Too Much“), together with Eddie Cochran, who died way too early ("Something else", "Milkcow Blues", "Nervous Breakdown"). Years later came "Mr. Mojo-Rising" Jim Morisson (listen to the jazzy Blues-Rock-fusion in their milestone tracks like „Break on through“, „Light my fire“ and „L.A. woman“) and Jimi Hendrix („Fire“, „Crosstown traffic“, „Voodoo chile“ & many more).

In my opinion, Doo Wop was the first wave of passionate music, beginning in the early 50s with black Rhythm’n’Blues vocal groups (lots of them with fantastic jazzy saxophone 🎷 breaks like The Robins and The Coasters) until the midsixties, when the British Beat invasion (I call it the resale of the black US Bluesrock origins) changed everything in professional music business.

But back to passion: If you love Doo Wop as much as I do, I invite you to visit the list of my all time Doo Wop favorites (black & white) here on discogs

https://www.discogs.com/de/lists/Best-of-Doo-Wop-45-by-Jocad/338366

— to be continued...

Currently I‘m selling some of my items (Soul, Funk, Disco, Blues, Pop, Rock, Doo Wop and some LPs of Classic / „Klassische Musik“ 🎶.

Lots of these LPs and singles are quite rare and mostly in excellent to pristine condition.

https://www.discogs.com/de/seller/Jocad/profile

Feel free to let me know your choice and please give me a little time to react properly.

Thank you very much in advance - and keep on rockin‘, jammin‘, driftin’, woppin‘ and rollin‘ 🎶🧚‍♀️🕺🎶 to the real sound of Music on Vinyl.

Cheers and best regards from HH!

P.S. International buyers are welcome! Registered shipping and Paypal is standard (incl. buyer protection and insured shipping with tracking-ID).
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posted a comment on Jackie Wilson & Count Basie - Manufacturers Of Soul. about 14 hours ago
In my opinion the best cover version of „For Your Precious Love“ ever made. Listen to Jackie’s amazing and overwhelming soulish vocal workout.
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posted a comment on Tyrone Davis - Can I Change My Mind. 12 days ago
There is also a German stereo pressing on Atlantic.
On cover: Stereo DAKAR SD 9005, © 1969 Atlantic Recording Corporation.
On red/plum labels: ST-CTN-681 526 - STEREO - A Dakar Master GEMA P. 1969. SD 9005.
posted a comment on The Clash - The Clash. 3 months ago
This is the Promotion 7" Single ("Gates Of The West", "Groovy Times") Epic AE7 1178 (1979), which belongs to the LP "The Clash" (JE 36060).

See the US LPs
here https://www.discogs.com/de/The-Clash-The-Clash/release/1399546
and here ... See full review
posted a comment on Jimmy Ruffin - Give You All The Love I've Got. 3 months ago
What a terrific and underrated record!
20 have this one - and only 4 what it? I really can't believe that.
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Listening to „She rides“ let me imagine the reincarnation of the dark side of Jim Morrison from the Doors. Great performance!

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posted a comment on Ray Peterson - Missing You / You Thrill Me. 6 months ago
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posted a comment on Kula Shaker - K. 6 months ago
I bought this LP (ltd. UK 1st. press, 1996) yesterday and I‘m really happy about it. Great Brit Pop in Oasis Style with amazing sound!
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