Latest vinyl purchases


#141

That’s pretty fucking awesome regardless. I see that Williams is some kind of oil man who ran for governor of Texas once.


#142

He’s a total dick.


#143

I picked up the new Dan Auerbach disc today.

It’s on thick blue vinyl and came with a poster.

Getting back into vinyl I guess, don’t tell the Mrs.


#144


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#146

It’s a lie, I already own it on vinyl, but everyone should hear it.


#147

What’s that one called?


#148

it’s called ‘Boz Scaggs’.


#149

Thanks. I see what he did there


#150

“Boz Scaggs is the second album by Boz Scaggs; it was released in 1969. After two years with the Steve Miller Band, Scaggs once again set out on his own, recording at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Sheffield, Alabama. The other musicians on the album include Duane Allman, Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson, Barry Beckett, David Hood, Roger Hawkins and Al Lester. It was produced by Rolling Stone founder and editor Jann Wenner, Scaggs and Marlin Greene.”


#151

You’ll notice it has David Hood, Patterson’s (from DBT) dad. Like so many Muscle Shoals albums.


#152

I’m looking forward to checking this one out


#153

Lido Shuffle aside (which was a great song), that older album is full of soulful blues nuggets.


#154

I have that album on vinyl too.

Somebody Loan Me A Dime is Skydog at his very best.


#155

Sometimes the best vinyl isn’t the newest vinyl.


#156

is that joaquin phoenix in a dress?


#157

Finally on my stack and I can’t tell you how happy I am

Sounds so amazing

What a record


#158

My first album by the chairman.

Also-the first Blood, Sweat & Tears, Donald Fagan - Nightfly, Spencer Davis Group, Jim Capaldi, Jay Furgason, Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show.

A couple of them aren’t true Stereo, but the lablels tout the quality of “rechannelled to simulate stereo”.


#159

*Note: I think he’s seated in Grim’s Chair.


#160

Good eye.