Monthly Archives: November 2012

Record Nostalgia Party

A few weeks ago Dalton came over for a chess marathon. As well as being music junkies we are also chess nerds. The full package. I was telling him about my recent vinyl purchases and after a while we decided … Continue reading

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SONY RIP

Over the weekend as I made several trips down to the basement and passed the stereo I saw that it was blinking something on the receiver. I didn’t pay much attention. Last night… I investigated. The LED panel was flashing PROTECTOR. … Continue reading

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Half Price Books and … Records!

I have to admit, it never occured to me to check Half Price Books for records. That is until I saw the sticker on a Neil Diamond album I bought at St. Vinny’s. Over a month’s time I went 3 … Continue reading

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Revolution with a side of Led Zeppelin

We all were able to sit down tonight and watch the Revolution episode that “featured” the music of Led Zeppelin. Truth be told, I couldn’t wait and had to read the reviews of the episode before we watched it. I … Continue reading

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J.C. Penney Stereo

I think of J.C. Penney’s as strictly a clothes store these days. Clothes and bedding and coats and such… they have the occasional I-Pod equipment and a boom box or two, but that’s about it in the electronics and stereo … Continue reading

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Eating at Alice’s Restaurant for Thanksgiving

Since the time I lived in Ann Arbor and heard this song on WIBA FM “Rock Detroit” on a Thanksgiving Day years and years and years ago, I have played it every year at Thanksgiving. It’s by Arlo Guthrie and it’s a … Continue reading

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The Original Vinyl

I have talked about new vinyl that I have purchased, and documented it. I wish I had done that with all the albums I had. Most of them are gone now. However, a few remain and I thought I would … Continue reading

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