People say - I hear vinyl is back. Well... It never went away for me ! A past life of DJing, running indie music clubs and promoting has now mellowed into doing what I call my hobby job for life - buying and selling records. Fashions come and go but selling music to the people of the world will never go away !!!
Recent Activity
submitted Paulette Walker And Clint Eastwood - Is There A Place In My Heart For You / Mashing Up My Lovelife. 7 months ago
submitted Figgy Duff - After The Tempest. 8 months ago
posted a comment on The Clash. 10 months ago
The Clash were a band of the time that were intent on educating and evolving using cultures from the past, present and into the future....whatever that held. Very small splinter groups were the shakers and movers of “punk”. The Clash were an accepted ... See full review
submitted G.L. Crockett - It's A Man Down There. 11 months ago
posted a comment on Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side - The Best Of Lou Reed. 11 months ago
Just something to note re the last track - Coney Island Baby. Correctly named on back of sleeve on this version & the separately boxed rights society label version rear sleeve but on both LPs the label shows - Long Island Baby as the song name.
submitted Junior Wells - You Oughta Quit That. about 1 year ago
submitted The Tokens (3) - Come Dance With Me. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Little Mary Staten - Helpless Girl / Steppin' Stone. about 1 year ago
Yes more like 1969 or 1970 The previous catalogue number was released in 1968 and the style fits in in with the way soul styles were at the time my opinion. Sir Shamblings deep soul site also reckons late 60's as well. The - Composer In Paradise LP by ... See full review
submitted Teddy And The Twilights* - I'm Just Your Clown. about 1 year ago
submitted Jimmy Hughes - Midnight Affair / When It Comes To Dancing. about 1 year ago
submitted Blanche Carter, Blanche Carter - Halos Are For Angels. about 1 year ago
submitted Creedence Clearwater Revival - Creedence Clearwater Revival. over 2 years ago