Yob”The Unreal Never Lived” #usa#eugene#yobband#stonerrock#stonermusic#stonerdoom#stonermetal#doom#doomsday#doommetal#doommetal💀#metalgirl#heavymetal#sludgemetal#vinyl#vinylcollection#vinyllove#vinylporn#vinylgram#vinylcommunity#vinylclub#vinyligclub#musicfestival#vinylrecords#nowplaying#nowspinning#records#recordcollector#turntables#🤘🤘🤘
Um estudo do eBay revelou que os brasileiros consumiram neste ano cerca de 100 discos por mês. Já em relação às vendas, o site de leilões revelou que entre as mais de 130 lojas nacionais cadastradas, a média mensal de venda foi de 115 discos. Segundo a pesquisa, o estilo mais procurado pelos brasileiros foi o reggae. Madonna, Iron Maiden, Roberto Carlos, Eric Donaldson e The Beatles foram (nessa ordem) os artistas mais procurados por nossos conterrâneos. Entre os entusiastas de música brasileira, os cinco países mais interessados foram Estados Unidos, Japão, Reino Unido, Alemanha e França. E você? Compra muito vinil no eBay? Sua média de discos por mês em 2018 também foi de 100 LPs? Conta aí!
Man Overboard, The Human Highlight Reel(2011) Red with Green Smoke/1000 . One of my backlog of records I haven't posted yet. . I was wrapping some presents today and Decemberism seemed fitting. I have a lot of time for Man Overboard and have enjoyed every album but there's something about this release that takes it to the next level for me. Maybe it's the realness of the less polished B-Sides I'm not sure but it is probably my favourite pop punk album. If you haven't before give it a spin!
Big love to Benjamin Francis Leftwich for stopping by for coffee and a bite to eat this afternoon! Really looking forward to seeing him performing at York Minster in March! Always a pleasure brother ❤️ • @benleftwich
"Put yourself in the path of lightning." ☇ - Valerie Jarrett - If there was a metaphor for my year, this was it. It's been a doozy. I haven't said a whole lot about it, so you may or may not recall we had a house fire caused by a lightning strike back in May. I was in the house at the time and it was... electric 😨. Miraculously, no one was hurt, we didn't lose much of our personal belongings, and most of the house was saved, but there was serious damage. We still aren't living in our house. It's been undergoing major repairs and we hope to be back home next month. Most of my #vinylcollection (along with everything else we own) has been in storage. Yet despite the chaos and upheaval, there have been crazy blessings during this time that point to a synchronicity and divine purpose at play. It has actually been "good" that it happened. In the interim we've been living in an magical 213 yr. old historic farmhouse on 35 acres that's close to our other house, so that's been an adventure. Many people displaced during disasters can become homeless or have to live in hotels or undesirable spaces, so to be living in the #rushmillerhouse has been a an incredible gift. Our insurance has really been awesome (Thank you, #nationwide). We're basically getting a top to bottom total home renovation when everything is said and done. Our house is a #1979#californiarancherstyle brick home, and was overdue for some updates, so this is really exciting! If you've read this far, thank you for listening. It's been stressful for sure, but the take away should be that #change can be the best thing for us and it often comes whether we're ready for it or not. If and when it comes to you, may it recharge you with a fresh perspective and a deep, deep gratitude for all you have and all you have yet to achieve. ☇💗 ☇
This is blues power! And if my word isn’t good enough for you, just listen to Mr. King - he tells you loudly and proudly to open the second song and you’d be foolish not to believe him. I think this is one of the all-time great live albums and I can’t help but imagine what it must have been like to catch him at the Fillmore in ‘68 shredding the fabric of space and time for an audience full of spaced-out hippies. Must have been some trip!
THE ROLLING STONES Out Of Our Heads (Decca LK 4733) Original 1965 UK 🇬🇧 Mono • Out Of Our Heads is the third UK studio album by The Rolling Stones. • Review from Galactic Ramble Opener ‘She Said Yeah’ is harder-edged than most of their second LP, but thereafter they continue the trend of recording material unequal to their talents, making this frustratingly uneven. Recorded entirely while on tour in the US, there are too many bland cover versions such as ‘That’s How Strong My Love Is’, ‘Good Times’ and ‘Cry To Me’. Even when amping it up a bit, the band seems to be on autopilot. They’re never less than musically tight (of course) and some stinging guitar lines spice up the sound, but this is thin gruel from a band that was simultaneously issuing self-penned singles as brilliant as ‘Satisfaction’ and ‘Get Off Of My Cloud’. The album does at least end with three solid originals (‘Heart Of Stone’, The Under-Assistant West Coast Promotion Man’ and ‘I’m Free’) which hint at greater LPs to come, but it’s hard not to notice how very far behind the Beatles they still were as an album act. As a side point, their cover of Marvin Gaye’s ‘Hitch Hike’ evidently had an effect on Lou Reed - the Velvet Underground’s ‘There She Goes Again’ has a very similar stop-start structure. Review written by Richard Morton Jack • #therollingstones#outofourheads#1965#nowspinning#vinyl#vinylcollection#vinyloftheday#vinyladdict#vinyljunkie#vinylporn#vinylcollector#33rpm#vinylcollectionpost#vinyligclub#vinylgen_feature #vinylrecords#vinyllove#vinylgram#lp#60s#records#recordcollector#recordcollection#sixties#cratedigger#nowplaying#dustyfingers#vinylcommunity#instavinyl