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We've featured rare Prince vinyl on the channel before and now it's time to feature another one. In this video you'll see an original pressing of Prince and the New Power Generation - Diamonds And Pearls. I'll share my thoughts on the album itself as well as show you the LPs, inner sleeves and oute…

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This is a lengthy one but I wanted to share my reasons for joining the already crowded YouTube vinyl community. I really appreciate anyone who takes the time to watch this video. Please feel free to leave me any opinions, thoughts or questions about the channel in the comments section below.

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We try to include as many genres and artists as we can on the channel and this week is no exception. In this video we cover a very rare Mobile Fidelity pressing of Frank Sinatra as well as a far lesser known swing album from Robbie Williams. Both of these vinyl albums are great for different reason…

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In our last New Arrivals / Vinyl Finds, I explained a little about why I have a New Arrivals Bin in my collection. I promised that I'd do continuing update videos as that bin filled up. It usally takes months to cycle through the records in there but I picked up more vinyl finds then I planned on o…

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Elvis Presley was a forced to be reckoned with in Las Vegas. Many of his Vegas concerts from 1969 through 1971 are available on the CD format, with more becoming available on vinyl as of late. This particular set dates all the way back to the year 2000. This is a great 5 LP set covering not only a …

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One of the most common phrases that comes up in music discussions is "I like their old stuff". For whatever reason, many established artists put out great works later in their career that go largely underappreciated.

Some of the albums featured in this video has huge hit singles but the rest of t…

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Orignally released in September of 1994, Blues Traveler - four finally received it's first vinyl pressing in 2014 courtesy of Brookvale Records. This limited edition, number pressing is spread across 2 LPs with a clear / splatter color. In this video, I cover some detail regarding my personal histo…

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Some people love live albums, some people hate them. I happen to love live albums for a lot of reasons. These are some of my favorites, but hardly all of them. In this video I'll share 5 Great Live Albums and why I think you should give them a listen. What are some of your favorite live albums and…

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Released in 1991, Ropin' The Wind continued Garth Brooks' massive success. Many Garth fans found him on his first or second album, but his third album was the first one I heard. I've owned it on many formats but was very happy to finally get a rare original pressing on vinyl many years ago. I assum…

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Over the past decade, more and more mass retailers have rejoined the vinyl record selling community. From Best Buy to Walmart to Target, it seems everyone is back in the game. Exclusive titles, exclusive colors and exclusive bonus tracks all seem to be in the mix. Is this a good thing or a bad thin…

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This limited edition, solo career spanning Ozzy Osbourne vinyl box set was released in late 2019. The set includes common albums like Blizzard of Ozz, Diary of a Madman and Bark At The Moon but it also covers very rare albums such as No More Tears, Live & Loud, Ozzmosis and more. There are a lot of…

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The last track on an album can be vital for many reasons. It's the last word the artist wants you to hear as well as a way to wrap up their current artistic statement. It can also leave you wanting more or leave you in a state of being glad it's over.

I picked five killer album closers to share i…

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Sam Cooke was a soul legend who turned in some amazing live shows. Thankfully, a few of them were captureed for live release. In this video, I focus on reissues of two great live performances.

Sam Cooke At The Copa was the only live album to be released during his lifetime, with Live At The Harle…

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Sometimes music slips through the cracks. This video is a showcase for albums that many people consider to be classic. Most of these albums make "Must Listen" or "Must Own" lists, but for one reason or another, I've never heard them. Some of the albums mentioned in this video might be surprising, b…

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There have been a lot of reissues & live releases from Queen but for some reason, the one of their best live albums remains hard to find on vinyl. Originally released on December 10th, 1990, this album features all 4 members of Queen at the height of their power. This video covers a little bit abou…

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I keep a New Arrivals section at the end of my record bins. I've had a few viewers ask what's in the new arrival bin and a few viewers ask why I have a new arrivals bin.

In this video, I explain the thought process behind it and how it's useful to me. Then I share some of my latest vinyl finds and…

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Soundtracks were once a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. My friend Mike & I sat down to discuss just a couple of favorites spanning the last four decades of music. We'll revisit this topic in the future, but we wanted to start by sharing some unorthodox choices. What are some of you…

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Over the past decade, many great albums have found their way to vinyl. It seems like every month, there's a great album getting released on vinyl for the very first time. In this video, I detail some albums that have yet to be pressed. Some of these are by major artists, others are lesser known. Th…

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The Beatles are a very broad topic for music discussion. The Beatles on vinyl can be an even bigger discussion in some regards with so many pressings, so many variants in different countries. I called in my buddy Josh, who knows far more about The Beatles than I do and we decided to keep it simple.…

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It's time to share another opinon video. This time out, we're sharing thoughts on the state of the vinyl community. These opinions are based on what I've experienced on social media along with many vinyl record forums. The intent of this video is to spread positivity among the community and hopeful…

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Some collectors love 7" 45rpm records, some don't. I love them enough to have collected more than a few rare ones. In this video, we started our rare 7 inch series with some unique & rare titles from Guns N' Roses, Ozzy Osbourne, Alice In Chains, Motley Crue.Jimmy Page & Robert Plant as well as Jac…

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