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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
PostPosted: Fri April 02, 2021 5:21 pm 
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the new location of Amoeba records opened yesterday after being closed for over a year..i need to get there soon


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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Found a nice copy of Diesel and Dust at my favorite record store today

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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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Pre-Ordered the new St Vincent record. That will be my first new vinyl album in a year. I also pre-ordered the new TMBG. It'll be nice to have new record again.


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
PostPosted: Thu April 08, 2021 3:26 am 
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It is done:

https://www.discogs.com/user/brian.dahlen21

Spent the last two months cataloging all my records. 536.

Time to get more!


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
PostPosted: Thu April 08, 2021 3:43 am 
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You have quite a few duplicates. Three copies of Stereo? It's also weird to see every Pearl Jam album ever and no In Utero when you get to Nirvana.

You do have some tasty titles though.

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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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You have quite a few duplicates. Three copies of Stereo? It's also weird to see every Pearl Jam album ever and no In Utero when you get to Nirvana.

You do have some tasty titles though.

I grabbed as many as i could on RSD. My absolute favorite album so i wanted a life time supply!

Im not a HUGE Nirvana fan but its on the list to get


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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Two purchases today:

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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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i love that duke pearson album...did you get the tone poet reissue?
and of course pharaoh sanders is awesome


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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doug rr wrote:
i love that duke pearson album...did you get the tone poet reissue?
and of course pharaoh sanders is awesome

yep, the reissue. Very groovy! Though the first two tracks are the real mindblowers, everything after that is more laid-back (which is just fine).


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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tragabigzanda wrote:
doug rr wrote:
i love that duke pearson album...did you get the tone poet reissue?
and of course pharaoh sanders is awesome

yep, the reissue. Very groovy! Though the first two tracks are the real mindblowers, everything after that is more laid-back (which is just fine).


if you like bobby hutcherson on the pearson album his albums Happenings and Patterns are a good listen


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
PostPosted: Tue April 13, 2021 11:15 pm 
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Oh nice, I’ll keep my eyes out for it


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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Weather's been shitty this week so I've been working on putting most of collection on discogs. Kinda cool to see how much they value it at. Binaural is #1 by a significant margin.


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Weather's been shitty this week so I've been working on putting most of collection on discogs. Kinda cool to see how much they value it at. Binaural is #1 by a significant margin.

Every time i see a barcode on something now (clothes, food, whatever) I have this urge to pull my phone out, open up discogs, and scan the barcode.

Its a sickness!


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Strat wrote:
ghost wrote:
Weather's been shitty this week so I've been working on putting most of collection on discogs. Kinda cool to see how much they value it at. Binaural is #1 by a significant margin.

Every time i see a barcode on something now (clothes, food, whatever) I have this urge to pull my phone out, open up discogs, and scan the barcode.

Its a sickness!


I have a ton of old classic rock records without bar codes from my father in law. Pain in the ass looking those up. And they expect me to know which factory it was pressed in? Madness.


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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ghost wrote:
Strat wrote:
ghost wrote:
Weather's been shitty this week so I've been working on putting most of collection on discogs. Kinda cool to see how much they value it at. Binaural is #1 by a significant margin.

Every time i see a barcode on something now (clothes, food, whatever) I have this urge to pull my phone out, open up discogs, and scan the barcode.

Its a sickness!


I have a ton of old classic rock records without bar codes from my father in law. Pain in the ass looking those up. And they expect me to know which factory it was pressed in? Madness.

It's so wild that i would spend 25 minutes figuring out what factory my kris kristofferson records were from....alas....i did it.

Yea, its really hard to read some of those etchings too.

There are worse hobbies...


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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Strat wrote:
ghost wrote:
Strat wrote:
ghost wrote:
Weather's been shitty this week so I've been working on putting most of collection on discogs. Kinda cool to see how much they value it at. Binaural is #1 by a significant margin.

Every time i see a barcode on something now (clothes, food, whatever) I have this urge to pull my phone out, open up discogs, and scan the barcode.

Its a sickness!


I have a ton of old classic rock records without bar codes from my father in law. Pain in the ass looking those up. And they expect me to know which factory it was pressed in? Madness.

It's so wild that i would spend 25 minutes figuring out what factory my kris kristofferson records were from....alas....i did it.

Yea, its really hard to read some of those etchings too.

There are worse hobbies...


Shit, you can actually tell by looking at it? I've just been guessing. Somewhere some poor collector is getting notifications because I just logged an ultra-rare pressing of "Wichita Lineman."


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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ghost wrote:
Strat wrote:
ghost wrote:
Strat wrote:
ghost wrote:
Weather's been shitty this week so I've been working on putting most of collection on discogs. Kinda cool to see how much they value it at. Binaural is #1 by a significant margin.

Every time i see a barcode on something now (clothes, food, whatever) I have this urge to pull my phone out, open up discogs, and scan the barcode.

Its a sickness!


I have a ton of old classic rock records without bar codes from my father in law. Pain in the ass looking those up. And they expect me to know which factory it was pressed in? Madness.

It's so wild that i would spend 25 minutes figuring out what factory my kris kristofferson records were from....alas....i did it.

Yea, its really hard to read some of those etchings too.

There are worse hobbies...


Shit, you can actually tell by looking at it? I've just been guessing. Somewhere some poor collector is getting notifications because I just logged an ultra-rare pressing of "Wichita Lineman."

All the information is on the record and within the packaging. Just gotta look. Patience indeed...


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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There's apparently a record store in Stroudsburg? I'm gonna find out today.


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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Those out of the way shops are often the best


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 Post subject: Re: The Vinyl Thread: Still Listen On Wax, Don't Use The CD
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tragabigzanda wrote:
Those out of the way shops are often the best

This place was fantastic! I could have spent all day there.


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