this is the record my folks would take to every party they ever went to when i was a kid...handclappinsomethingsomrthingfonkybuttlive? the whole first side is like an intro..."geno! geno!"
mine might be the vinyl of parliaments chocolate city 50c aust in ashwoods!
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Charity shops, ahhhh
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$1 in a record store in Key West about 10 years ago. The same store wanted $18 for a Men At Work album. I took the Neil record up to the counter: "You don't want to buy that, it is crap." I begged to differ.
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Looking at You, Chaz Jankel
Relight My Fire, Dan Hartman
The Best of B.T.O. (So Far)
― If Timi Yuro would be still alive, most other singers could shut up, Wednesday, 3 September 2008 01:37 (5 years ago) Permalink
Orpheus Records (formerly in DC, currently in Arlington) going out of business sale--vinyl for a buck
Grupo Sportivo- MistakesIan Dury-Lord UpminsterMickey Jupp's legendSkids-Scared to Dance
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 16 November 2008 03:36 (5 years ago) Permalink
Cool! Mistakes was by far Grupo Sportivo's best album (at least of the four or so I've heard), and one of the great lost new wave albums, period, as far as I'm concerned. Pretty sure, though, that it was actually a compilation of the best tracks from a couple import (Dutch, I guess?) LPs I've never actually seen. In the States it originally came with a free 7-inch 6-song EP called More Mistakes tucked inside. Key track on EP: "Disco Really Made It (It's Yucky And I Hate It)." Still have my copy. But the LP's a lot better than the EP.
― xhuxk, Sunday, 16 November 2008 03:56 (5 years ago) Permalink
I got the second God Machine album on CD for £1 once.Had various other good things, but nothing that springs to mind right now.
― MichaelJLambert, Sunday, 16 November 2008 12:40 (5 years ago) Permalink
I found the Cure's Happily Ever After CD in a cutout bin for $1.00 in 1990. Its just a US compilation of 17 Seconds and Faith, which went out of print two months after its release (with, as I recall, 2000 copies outstanding). I sold it in 1997 on Ebay for $125 to some completist fanboy. Probably the best investment I've ever made.
― derelict, Sunday, 16 November 2008 15:44 (5 years ago) Permalink
If the big-swayzak/john tejada-fan-back-in-2001 who sells all his old records to Sonic Boom, who sell them back for 2-3 dollars is reading this, keep 'em coming (although I generally associate Swayzak and John Tejada, much more so than anyone else, with prolific output of particularly mediocre material, you've given me some good stuff!)
― Their time's limited, hard rocks, too (mehlt), Monday, 17 November 2008 05:04 (5 years ago) Permalink
Huh. Someone came up with the exact same thread idea/title five years before I did. Curse you!
― From Russia with Loveless (J3ff T.), Monday, 17 November 2008 06:33 (5 years ago) Permalink
A friend of mine, who's a master digger, chanced upon a copy of The World of Cecil Taylor for pennies in the Salvation Army recently. It's pretty gubbed, but still, that's a rare and valuable record, not least cos it was reissued under a different name.
I've not managed any such finds, but I've picked up some nice stuff in that shop nonetheless, not least some 70s Dylan albums for 25p. Problem is that there are always diggers lurking there, waiting to pounce on any new donations.
My favourite £1 buy was a Rutles picture sleeve ep with Cheese & Onions, I Must Be In Love and A Girl Like You on it. It's not in the Record Collector guide, but it's not something I've ever come across.
― Stew, Monday, 17 November 2008 09:59 (5 years ago) Permalink
quando quango - love tempo 12"space - magic fly lpfrom reckless records in chicagoplus tons and tons of shit from the dusty groove 35 cent bin
― sam york, Tuesday, 18 November 2008 12:40 (5 years ago) Permalink
Crappy record store near the edge of the city that I haven't thought about in years, plays some of the worst music I've ever heard. Got 6 $1 records, including a copy of Giorgio Moroder - From Here to Eternity LP which looks like it hasn't even been touched, and other assorted dance 12's with stuff like Svek, Mike Ink, Remixes by Mad Mike Banks etc.
A pretty who'd have thunk it experience. :)
― This time, or I'll perc you later (mehlt), Tuesday, 9 December 2008 00:44 (5 years ago) Permalink
Vinyl I bought today. (Still like the specificity of this thread more than that catch-all rolling vinyl one.)
$2, thrift store, 46th and Queens Blvd, Sunnyside:
Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame I (Atlantic, 1983)
$4 total (= less than 50 cents each), vintage store, 48th and Skillman, Sunnyside:
Automatic Man Automatic Man (Island, 1976)The Stanky Brown Group If The Lights Don't Get You The Helots Will (Sire, 1977) (if the band is stanky and brown rather than Stanky Brown being somebody's name, this should be filed in the S's rather than B's obviously)Hoagy Carmichael Hoagy (RCA, 1981)Desmond Child And Rouge Desmond Child And Rouge (Capitol, 1979)Ducks Deluxe Don't Mind Rockin' Tonite (RCA, 1978) (already had this, but what the heck, I'm sure I'll find use for another one someday)Gazebo Gazebo (Baby Italy, 1983)Puhdys Das Buch (Pool West Germany, 1984)Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes This Time It's For Real (Epic, 1977)Randy Travis Old 8 x 10 (Warner Bros., 1988)
Probably not the first time I've tried those Desmond Child and Southside Johnny LPs. Maybe this time they'll sink in. Or maybe I am just a glutton for punishment.
Passed up a couple other 50-cent '80s Randy Travis LPs, but Xgau gave them worse grades than the one I bought, so maybe that was smart. Passed on a 50-cent 1987 Guadalcanal Diary LP too (what did they sound like?), and a $2 1989 LP by Joe Hardy-produced New York hard rock band Law and Order, though if George advises otherwise, I'll go back for that one.
― xhuxk, Saturday, 24 January 2009 21:08 (4 years ago) Permalink
Automatic Man Automatic Man (Island, 1976)
Don't know if you'll like this. Requires more than one listen. Extension of Stomu Yamashita's Go, sort of, which was an experiment on jazz and middle of the road hard rock, the latter furnished by Pat Thrall, who made a lot more money with Pat Travers later but quit that, too, after co-writing "Smoking Whiskey, Drinkin' Cocaine." Anyway, Automatic Man is nothing like that. It's very spacey, often almost frictionless, sometimes veering into prog. One of the members -- singer/bassist, I think, is now much more famous as a songwriter/producer under another name. Plus Michael Shrieve's in the band as a kind of poor man's Jan Hammer. I like it but was there at the beginning. Definitely an acquired taste but not so convincing that you'd have stuck around for the second album, which was colored pink instead of blue, like this one.
Don't remember a great amount about Law & Order except that I had it on cassette, my band played with them in Allentown, and they were good guys. Kind of in the Circus of Power style but better although not that much so. They were part of the major label wave of second and third tier signings in the late Eighties of metal rock 'n' roll bands that were supposed to be more gritty and from-the-street than the hitmakers. Published about the same times as The Throbs and Vain and were in the same, uh, vein. About six months later, grunge washed them all away. Toss up whether it's worth 2 bucks. Depends on the whether and how much loose change you have in your pocket.
― Gorge, Saturday, 24 January 2009 22:02 (4 years ago) Permalink
$2, thrift store, 46th and Queens Blvd, Sunnyside, today:
The Geraldine Fibbers Get Thee Gone (Sympathy For The Record Industry 10-inch EP, c. '90s I guess)
An extravagance, since I am a total fetishizing sucker when it comes to 10-inch EPs (even though it is impossible to find inner sleeves). Plus I've never liked anything by these '90s indie art roots nerds before (not that I've listened much), and why would this be any different? But I used to be (very) mildly curious about the Fibbers, and I figure, if I'm ever going to like anything by them, this'd be about the correct amount of songs. Plus they cover Dolly's "Jolene" on it; how bad could that be? (Pretty bad, but I'll probably keep it anyway.)
Of the last batch of cheapos I bought, I wound up liking Automatic Man more than George predicted. Also liked Arrington, Stanky Brown Group (its more pompy rocky Tully first side anyway), Hoagy, Desmond Child (a lot actually -- not sure anybody was ever more disco-metal), Gazebo, Puhdys (though '70s LPs I have by them rock harder), Southside Johnny (well that one's pretty darn marginal but I like when the Coasters show up at least), and Randy Travis. Which means I wound up liking the whole pile, I guess.
― xhuxk, Monday, 9 February 2009 19:19 (4 years ago) Permalink
i've been obsessed of late with all Patrick Adams productions and was thrilled to find an original 12" of Universal Robot Band "Freak With Me" for $1.39 at Other Music, of all the places.
― beta blog, Monday, 9 February 2009 21:48 (4 years ago) Permalink
An extravagance, since I am a total fetishizing sucker when it comes to 10-inch EPs (even though it is impossible to find inner sleeves).
78" sleeves are 10 inch. http://www.bagsunlimited.com/cart/browse.asp?subcat=42 I guess I bought myself a lifetime supply several years ago.
― james k polk, Monday, 9 February 2009 22:55 (4 years ago) Permalink
The Geraldine Fibbers Get Thee Gone (Sympathy For The Record Industry 10-inch EP, c. '90s I guess)An extravagance, since I am a total fetishizing sucker when it comes to 10-inch EPs (even though it is impossible to find inner sleeves). Plus I've never liked anything by these '90s indie art roots nerds before (not that I've listened much), and why would this be any different? But I used to be (very) mildly curious about the Fibbers, and I figure, if I'm ever going to like anything by them, this'd be about the correct amount of songs. Plus they cover Dolly's "Jolene" on it; how bad could that be? (Pretty bad, but I'll probably keep it anyway.)
This record sounds like a frog being choked while someone laboriously puts a guitar out of tune, but I love it; only thing I ever liked by them. Bought it when it came out & would buy a nearly infinite number for $2 each, or half of infinity for $4/ea. It was around the time of Uncle Tupelo's breakup and we were all looking for a new hip alternative country act. Didn't find it; found a choking frog. Still!
― staggerlee, Tuesday, 10 February 2009 01:54 (4 years ago) Permalink
I just have to put in a good word here for the Fibbers' two proper albums, the 1st of which is a favorite of mine.
You think finding inner sleeves for 10" records is hard? Try finding OUTER sleeves!
― sleeve, Tuesday, 10 February 2009 02:14 (4 years ago) Permalink
Outer sleeves, what? (I think I have maybe three of those, out of several thousand albums. Never really understood what purpose they serve, unless the record cover is made out of paper. Though I actually think I own a 10-inch somewhere where that's the case.) Will look into those inner ones, though...
― xhuxk, Tuesday, 10 February 2009 02:57 (4 years ago) Permalink
I always find great records at salvation armies in Queens. Lots of old-school italian outer-borough disco DJs who've moved on.
But tonight during dinner I listened to Joe Jackson's Night and Day, one of THE most ubiquitous dollar-bin records, at least in these parts, and I think it's a pretty wonderful record.
― dan selzer, Tuesday, 10 February 2009 04:02 (4 years ago) Permalink
Jesus, I was just looking at craigslist for used CD's, and it's astonishing to think that people actually think they're going to be able to offload all their regrettable mid-late 90's junk (Backstreet Boys et al), for $5 a disc, but there's dozens of these people. One person was selling the Lion King Soundtrack for $10.
― mehlt, Tuesday, 10 February 2009 04:06 (4 years ago) Permalink
75 cents each, Value Village, Houston, this afternoon, all vinyl:
Ray Charles Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music (ABC Paramount, early '60s) (I used to own a late '80s reissue, but this one's the original pressing. Looks pretty scratched up though.)Gulliver Gulliver (Elekta, early '70s I guess?) (Don't think I ever even heard of this before -- Daryl Hall's pre-Hall & Oates band)Stacey Q "Shy Girl" (On The Spot 12-inch, 1985) (pre-debut LP indie-label single; already own the 7-inch.)(Various) Every Which Way But Loose (Elektra, 1978) (w/ Eddie Rabbit, Charlie Rich, Mel Tillis, Hank Thompson, and lots of instrumentals about orangutans, apparently)
― xhuxk, Sunday, 1 March 2009 22:53 (4 years ago) Permalink
gulliver album is JUST about worth 75 cents. musically, that is. but i only played my copy once years ago. maybe i would like it more now. these things happen.
― scott seward, Sunday, 1 March 2009 23:14 (4 years ago) Permalink
I've got the Gulliver CD. I got real excited about it about two years ago for about 20 seconds then realized it wasn't all that great.
― Still More Goth Than Your Cat's Asshole (Bimble), Sunday, 1 March 2009 23:29 (4 years ago) Permalink
I don't think I ever even heard them before. They are also on that Heavy Duty Breaks comp (produced or assembled or whatever by Youth from Killing Joke) -- or at least they're credited on the label.
That Glasnost comp is late '80s Soviet rock bands, fwiw -- presumably mediocre, but figured I'd give them a shot.
― xhuxk, Monday, 12 August 2013 01:33 (4 months ago) Permalink
really, you never even heard their famous gary glitter cover? they were from philly.
― scott seward, Monday, 12 August 2013 03:24 (4 months ago) Permalink
i used to have all their albums but i don't anymore. they did some cool stuff. definitely one of the better american industrial rock bands. and they were pioneers of sorts here.
― scott seward, Monday, 12 August 2013 03:32 (4 months ago) Permalink
― scott seward, Monday, 12 August 2013 03:35 (4 months ago) Permalink
Bought about 1000 records for $400 from a guy with a garage full of 'em last week. Real straight-up dollar-bin stuff, most of which I turned around on the weekend for a small profit, but kept a bunch of stuff I didn't yet have in my collection, among them:Minty copies of All Mod Cons and London 0 Hull 4some J Geils I hadn't yet bought for a dollar (tho somehow I missed "Showtime" & got scooped by my own customer!)The first two Sylvain Sylvain albumsA couple of T-Bone Burnette recordsAbout all the Hall & Oates anyone could ever wantZZ Top - Fandango
Also finally took the opportunity to listen to Carole King's "Tapestry" - not gonna be my cuppa on a regular basis, but was surprised by how "Rumours"-like it was in the way that I seemed to know every damn song on the thing without ever having consciously listened to it. I can see why it sold so many copies.
Some nice hitherto-unknown-to-me discoveries, too:
Eiichi Fujii Trio - Blues for PowellMelodic, acrobatic fast-tempo trad bop. Very enjoyable party jazz.
The Headboys - S/TSkinny-tie pub rock from Scotland. A quite-good power-pop record - better than The Knack by a mile.
Three records by Angel City Australian hard rock band, solid fist-pumping stuff.
A great comp on Arion Records called "Songs and Dances of Morocco". Very little of the ululating that bugs me about so much Arabic music, lots of great intricate hypnotic instrumental stuff.
― Has talent, needs to figure out how to improve (staggerlee), Monday, 14 October 2013 20:08 (1 month ago) Permalink
Same show I've mentioned before. Getting iffier for me every time--my vision's a little time worse every year, so trying to inspect records in (intentionally, I'm sure) less than perfect light becomes less and less reliable. Also couldn't find two of the tables I always go to.
3/$5 -- John Cougar Mellencamp: Scarecrow (good start--already had it at home)John Cougar Mellencamp: The Lonesome Jubilee
(Those are the only two pop records I bought from this guy. His pop stuff looks fine at first, then you get home and look closer. His old jazz, though, tends to be immaculate.)
Merritt Brunies & His Friars Inn Orchestra, 1924-26McKinney's Cotton Pickers: Volume 2 (1928-1929)McKinney's Cotton Pickers: Volume 3 (1929-1930)
(Damn, didn't realize I was without Volume 1--don't think it was in the pile.)
The K.C. Five and the Stompin' SixTabbo Smith: Volume One, 1928-1929Tabbo Smith: Volume Two, 1929-1938New Orleans Rhythm Kings/Original Memphis Melody Boys: Dixieland in Chicago
$5 -- Bee Gees Greatest (the RSO disco-heavy double)
$10 -- James Taylor (debut on Apple--best thing I got all day, great shape, bought it off a guy I used to work with in a downtown record store)
Also a couple of DVDs for $5, American Graffiti and The Brood.
Highlight of the day was an absurd conversation with my old publisher, who got out of the book business a few years ago and now has a table at the show every year.
Geoff: "So how are your parents?"Me: "Dead!"Geoff: (looks a bit puzzled; he met them once a long time ago, he knows this and has obviously forgotten, he's getting a little on himself) "Oh...and your mom? Where is she living now?"Geoff's son: "They're dead, dad--she lives underground now. I don't think this conversation could get any more awkward."
Didn't bother me at all, it was very funny.
― clemenza, Monday, 21 October 2013 22:40 (1 month ago) Permalink
I included that Headboys LP mentioned 2 posts up in this, fwiw:
And there's plenty of Angel City talk on ILM's now defunct Rolling Past Expiry Hard Rock threads.
― xhuxk, Sunday, 27 October 2013 01:02 (1 month ago) Permalink
RECYCLED READS, Sep 14, 50 cents eachThomas Dolby -- The Flat Earth (EMI EP 1984)Billy Joel – Streetlife Serenade (Columbia 1974)Billy Joel – Turnstiles (Columbia 1976) -- assumed these two B.J. LPs were awful, just like everybody always says they are, and sure enough they are -- guess I just had to verify that for myself.Kano – “I’m Ready”/”Holly Dolly” (Emergency 12” 1980) – oops, already had this.Randy Newman – Land Of Dreams (Reprise 1988)Betty Wright – Mother Wit (Ms. B 1987)(Various) – Good to Go (Island 1986) +Ken Emerson – Doo Dah!: Stephen Foster And The Rise Of American Popular Culture (Simon & Schuster hardcover 1987, $2)
ANTONE’S, Oct 6, $1 eachFiresign Theatre – Not Insane (Columbia 1972) -- totally incoherent; the old Rolling Stone Record Guide reviewer who liked all their other albums way more was right. I felt so ripped off that I wound up passing up 3 of their probably better albums for $1 each today.Jackson Southenairs – Lead Me (Malaco 1983)Merilee Rush – s/t (United Artists 1977)Shannon – Let the Music Play (Mirage 1984)
AUSTIN RECORD CONVENTION, today, $1 each + $5 entrance feeADC Band – Long Stroke (Cotillion 1978)T-Bone Burnett – Truth Decay (Takoma 1980)Chilliwack – Lights From The Valley (Mushroom 1978)Bruce Cockburn – The Trouble With Normal (Gold Mountain 1983)Freddie Fender – Are You Ready For Freddy? (ABC 1975)Aryln Gale – Back To The Midwest Night (ABC 1978)Hurricane Jones - s/t (MSI 1981)Les Variations – Moroccan Roll (Buddah 1974)Harvey Mandel – The Snake (Janus 1972)Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – Nightingales And Bombers (Warner Bros/Bronze 1975)Microdisney – Crooked Mile (Virgin 1987) - Still slightly curious what British critics used to see in these guys; even more curious about why every dozen years or so I pick up one of their albums for a dollar when I know it's going to make me shrug just like the last one did.Giorgio Moroder – From Here To Eternity (Casablanca 2xLP comp 1985)Ohio Express – Chewy, Chewy (Buddah 1969)Mitch Ryder – How I Spent My Vacation (Seeds & Stems 1978)Bob Seger System – Mongrel (Capitol 1970) -- backup copy, but I was only about 98% sure I already had this.Michael Stanley Band – You Break It…You Bought It! (Epic 1975)Ultravox – Vienna (Chrysalis 1980)Was (Not Was) – What Up Dog? (Chrysalis 1988)
― xhuxk, Sunday, 27 October 2013 01:15 (1 month ago) Permalink
so glad you finally picked up the arlyn gale album! best record show albums definitely adc band, chilliwack, arlyn gale, les variations, bob seger, harvey mandel.
― scott seward, Sunday, 27 October 2013 01:35 (1 month ago) Permalink
all the firesign records BEFORE that one are way better. including the double album of their radio show stuff. so, the first four albums and the double radio show comp. are really good.
― scott seward, Sunday, 27 October 2013 01:39 (1 month ago) Permalink
i listened to a bad proctor and bergman album last week too. What This Country Needs. live at the Bottom Line. pretty unfunny. their first duo album is much better.
― scott seward, Sunday, 27 October 2013 01:44 (1 month ago) Permalink
Picked up Sir Army Suit by Klaatu today so I can play "Mister Manson" when I DJ. Fifty cents. Probably overpaid.
― shortbread, offal and heroin (GOTT PUNCH II HAWKWINDZ), Sunday, 27 October 2013 03:41 (1 month ago) Permalink
xpost. Microdisney have a few great tracks scattered around (Birthday Girl, Peel version of Everybody is Dead, etc.) and the idea that they were the new Steely Dan might have seemed appealing at the time...that's my guess. At this point I feel as if it was a good concept for a band, but the music needed to be better. And either I don't get the nuances of the lyrics because I'm from the wrong country, or they aren't as good as people thought they were either.
― dlp9001, Sunday, 27 October 2013 11:18 (1 month ago) Permalink
Love Love Love Microdisney. Love Your Enemies/We Hate You South African Bastards! has turned up on spotify recentley.
― this is how a punch sounds, like ditch, like quich (soref), Sunday, 27 October 2013 11:34 (1 month ago) Permalink
Ha -- Only in England could a band with no discernible vocal personality or aptitude for rhythm whatsoever be anointed "the new Steely Dan." (Except, I thought the new Steely Dan was already China Crisis! Who weren't much better, judging from the dollar LP I bought by them a couple years back.)
Scott -- One of the $1 Firesign LPs I passed on yesterday was definitely How Can You Be Two Places At Once.... Oops.
― xhuxk, Sunday, 27 October 2013 16:41 (1 month ago) Permalink
bands i never listened to: stump, microdisney, cactus world news, screaming blue messiahs.
― scott seward, Sunday, 27 October 2013 17:26 (1 month ago) Permalink
I actually like Screaming Blue Messiahs a lot. (First album at least -- second one isn't bad.)
And I just realized there actually is a band with a late '80s LP in yesterday's record convention pile who I wouldn't think it crazy at all to compare to Steely Dan. But they're not Microdisney; they're Was (Not Was).
― xhuxk, Monday, 28 October 2013 00:30 (1 month ago) Permalink
I thought Crack The Sky was the new Steely Dan in the 70s.
― nickn, Monday, 28 October 2013 00:33 (1 month ago) Permalink