As an update to this video I listened to my copy of The Smile Sessions yesterday and it’s absolutely fantastic. It really is a great record and as much as I love hearing it now, it’s a great shame that it was never released like this back in the 1960s. Of course the bonus I [...]
Archive for the ‘My Vinyl Adventures’ Category
See how I came to be looking through Kim Wilde’s record collection and which ones I brought home with me. I also ask the age old question “How to best store my vinyl?” and would be grateful for suggestions.
My first vinyl purchases since getting my record player for Christmas included It’s Hard by The Who, which I got from the local market for just £5.50. This was released in 1982 and therefore has no Keith Moon, but instead featured Kenney Jones on drums. You may notice something familiar on the cover: The cover [...]
Some things are much easier shown in a video than types up in a blog post, and as such I present to you My Vinyl Adventures Episode 1 – enjoy!
I’ve had an original press copy of Quadrophenia for many years, courtesy of my Mum’s record collection which has been handed down to me. Christmas Day last year (seems strange saying that about a date that was only 8 days ago) was the first time I played it, and immediately I loved it. I’m a [...]
This is the one and only album of the super group Blind faith, made up of Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Steve Winwood and Ric Grech. I know of all but Grech and Google tells me I probably don’t know any of his work. Where bands like Chickenfoot are one of the super groups of today, [...]