Need a gift for a jazz/vinyl lover on your holiday list? This 1954 EmArcy album should do the trick. Clifford and Max at their finest! Take a listen to “Sandu” below, and check out our copy of the LP here.
Fall weather got you admiring the landscape? Check out the Boston Pops’ “Grand Canyon Suite” on audiophile vinyl, for a lovely musical interpretation of American topography.
We always eagerly anticipate new releases from Mississippi Records, and this box set of Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music is amazing. Here's a word on this set, which comes housed
Jamaican ska/reggae collectors act quick, we've got a rare pressing of the In Memory of Don Drummond LP from Jamaica's Studio One records. A super rare pressing, it's in good minus/good condition and
When life gets you down, sometimes you just gotta listen to “Rich Kids on LSD” (or, RKL, rather) to pep you back up. You should try this Greatest Hits 2-LP vinyl set. It rocks and it has great
Jazz-heads should jump at the opportunity to own this rare Norman Records release from pianist Kenny Drew. The Modernity of Kenny Drew is presented in good ole mono. It has some wear & tear,
A fantastically demented box set: The Greatest Novelty Records Of All Time. This is a limited edition, numbered #3611, featuring six LPs of glorious novelty and signed by Dr. Demento himself! Take
You need this Japanese-import Wham! picture disc. It’s perfect for the holidays. It could be a regular gift or a white elephant gift, but ultimately, it is a gift to humanity. Check it out.
Sure he’s a little scary and has crazy eyes, but Marilyn Manson is a literate and thoughtful artist whose music rocks, plain and simple. We’re lucky to have a copy of his seminal album, Anti-Christ
Two of music’s raddest talents, Nick Cave and PJ Harvey, teamed up in 1996 on a tune called ”Henry Lee,” of which we have an British import, 45rpm vinyl copy. The vinyl is in great shape and
It’s payday! Celebrate by picking up this excellent copy of Death Cab For Cutie’s We Have The Facts And We’re Voting Yes. This black vinyl LP from Barsuk Records is in very good plus condition.
This CBS-EPIC picture disc is in very good minus/good plus condition and is a document of The Jackson’s famed 1984 album, Victory. Comes in original plastic sleeve, which shows some wear ‘wear
Lake’s album Let’s Build A Roof is a testament to the pluses of vinyl being twofold, in that they contain excellent music and can provide a beautiful piece of artwork in the form of the album cover.
We’re always excited to get fresh inventory from Mississippi Records, and these signed Peter Buck LPs certainly do warrant excitement! These are 1st printings that have Buck’s ‘John Hancock’
This LP is pretty much a one-of-a-kind. A 1996 clear vinyl pressing of Tori Amos’ acclaimed Boys For Pelealbum, it’s complete with an inscription to ‘Suzanne’ from Tori. Sweet! This is one of Tori’s great albums, so listen to “Muhammad My Friend” below, and click here to see our copy.
Surely you already have The Clash’s self-titled album in your record collection, BUT do you have it on PICTURE DISC?!?! Well, you might not, but we do and you can snag ours. This is a British
Who doesn’t love Don Cornelius’ Soul Train? The show (featuring it’s team of dancers-turned-performers, Soul Train Gang) became beloved worldwide, hence this Japanese import of the Soul Train album.