It’s Wednesday…hump day, so how ’bout a little mid-afternoon rock & roll pick-me-up, courtesy of Little Richard? Specialty Records’ 1958 release The Fabulous Little Richard is a fantastic
It’s always good to have a little Bauhaus in your life. A fantastic and oft-forgotten gloomy British band, Bauhaus’ debut album In The Flat Field helped mark the arrival of a darker new wave sound.
Lydia Mendoza is the undisputed queen of Tex-Mex music, and with your purchase of this fantastic album, you’re also receiving a lovely inscription from Mendoza herself! Throughout her 91 years, the
Del Shannon can rhyme “hurt” with “flirt” better than anyone. Aside from the fact that this 1963 album from Big Top is filled with fantastic music, the album cover alone is probably worth half
Ever wanted to have Cannonball Adderley read your horoscope? Now that dream can become a reality with your purchase of his 1972 album Soul Zodiac. Also featuring Rick Homes and Nat Adderley, this
Spend your Labor Day weekend in the company of some very fine American music. This 1976 LP from County Records is SIGNED by both fiddler Kenny Baker and bluegrass founding father Bill Monroe. This
We currently have some awesome, rare reggae vinyl here at Logos. One of which is “Sweet Sensation” by The Melodians, on Harry Records. Take a minute to listen to a tune off the record below,
Have you ever experienced a Texas summer? It’s a hot & steamy affair where bugs & tumbleweeds abound. Long highways sizzlin’ next to blackened oil derricks pumpin’ 24/7. Few groups
What happens when Ronnie Spector – one of the greatest pop singers of the 1960s and beyond – records some finely crafted tunes by Marshall Crenshaw – one of the finest songwriters from the 1980s
It’s The Beatles. What more needs to be said?! Anyways, this classic album features lots of lovely tunes that are perfect for these late Summer afternoons. Check out one of the breezy tunes below,
There’s been lots of celebrating Elvis Presley recently, as 2012 marks the 35th anniversary of his untimely death. Let’s not leave ourselves out of the festivities, let’s take some time to listen
You know you have someone in your family who needs this signed True Blood soundtrack CD. Heck, maybeyou even need it. Either way, these signed copies are hard to come by and we have one here.
We all love R. Crumb for his art, but we should also love him for his music. This ragtime album by R. Crumb & The Cheap Suit Serenaders is a real blast to listen to, and the wonderfully illustrated
2012 finds us celebrating the 100th anniversary of Woody Guthrie’s birth, and what better way to celebrate it than by expanding your record collection with this fine Guthrie release from Folkways Records.
Beck's newest album will be published only as sheet music.
Neil Gaiman's newest book will be called The Ocean at the End of the Lane.
Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby will not be released until summer
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Every Harry Potter chapter image in one picture.
Henry Miller on reading.
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Straight from The Bronx. Kool Keith. Black Elvis. This is a classic record, and rare to find on vinyl…but we have one here!
A sweet talkin’ guy, tellin’ sweet, sweet lies. Ain’t that the worst? The Chiffons feel your pain, and sang a song about it. It’s on this great 1966 LP from Laurie Records. Check out
Aaahhhhhh…the soothing sounds of doo-wop. This 1960 record by The Baysiders on Everest Records has got some real good crooning on it! Check out the title track below, and our copy here.