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Monday, June 23, 2008


I found a huge stash of vinyl at a junk shop very near the studio. I'm not going to reveal the location until after I've cleaned it out. Don't worry, I saw a lot of great records that I already have there, so it will still be a rich vein of wax for others to mine.

The fact that it's located so conveniently is amazing enough, but look what I found there.

I recently blogged about Mott The Hoople, and was unable to comment upon their eponymously titled debut LP because I didn't own it.

Not anymore.

Also recently I wrote a Joe Walsh post, in which I mentioned that I did not own a copy of his first post James Gang record, 'Barnstorm'.

That too has changed.

Unbelievable, right?

I also picked up the soundtrack for 'National Lampoon's Lemmings'.
A Woodstock parody featuring pre-SNL John Belushi and Chevy Chase as well Christopher Guest. Belushi's famous Joe Cocker impersonation was developed for this Off-Broadway show.
I scapped up 'Call of the Wild' by Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes.
Peter Tosh's 'Equal Rights'.
Kate Bush, 'Lionheart'.
Commodores Greatest Hits
Warren Zevon, The Envoy
And The Edgar Winter Group, 'They Only Come Out At Night'
......and a few others as well.....

WOW! The mother lode! You may need another shelf.
Sounds like someone is to have to do a bbq listening party.
That Edgar Winter cover is going to give me nightmares for a month.
The Edgar Winter recould should scare you, as it contains the work of Ronnie MOntrose who kills mere mortal guitar players.
the treasure trove!

those old comedy records are the best

i rememeber listening to that old bill cosby record we owned over and over
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