About You Can't Do That on Vinyl. You Can't Do That on Vinyl Q&A. Producers Phil Bonnet. More Allister albums.
day 30: your most unique looking vinyl The Story Changes "Never in Daydream" 12" ep with handscreened b-side on blue and gold (out of ?). Ive known of these guys for a while but finally got the chance to see them live. Turns out they had rad records so I'm giving them their spot in this challenge.
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 1 is a double disc live album by Frank Zappa. It was released in 1988 (see 1988 in music) under the label Rykodisc. It was the beginning of a six-volume, 12-CD set Zappa assembled of live performances throughout his career.
You can't resell a digital file, and in most cases, CDs have almost no value on the secondary market. Vinyl records - new or old - retain a lot of value, and so long as your copy is in decent condition and there's some demand for the title, you can often make a profit if you choose to sell . If you have the option of finding an original vinyl pressing of the album, you should just do that. If you simply want to have a particular album on vinyl and this is your only option, then you shouldn't fret too much about this stuff, and just go for it. Tap to play or pause GIF. Via smogcitypoet.
It’s somewhat amazing to think that Screamadelica’s iconic album image very nearly didn’t happen. With the album due to launch in the September of 1991, the band was still without a cover just two months prior, and its band mates were desperate to use something that would match the statement their new music was making
Like many vinyl collectors, I tend to view greatest hits albums on vinyl with skepticism. Since listening to a record involves a special participation on the part of the listener, placing the record on the turntable, cueing and dropping the needle, it’s an activity made for digesting original albums as a whole rather than selected hits compiled to fill a record label’s coffers or fulfill an artist’s contractual obligation. But there are some special exceptions. When I bought a cassette version of this album as a kid, I had no idea it held the record for weeks spent on the country charts, the longest for any female country artist, or that it would eventually achieve Diamond status in 2005.
Hundreds of other genres from jazz to rock borrow elements of funk and the groove is not going away. We live in a time where one can experience funk through seemingly endless mediums, be it vinyl or CDs or streaming services. With us being deeply devoted to vinyl, of course, we’re going to give you our top 10 funk albums that you must run out and purchase on wax!
|A2||Swimming Up Stream|
|B1||All We Needed|