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Here you will find various vinyls from my collection. Each LP's page will include front and back cover pictures, back/liner notes, a short review (and or personal opinion or reflection), track listing and sometimes pictures of signatures that are on the LPs.

Love & Kisses – “How Much, How Much I Love You”

Love & Kisses – “How Much, How Much I Love You”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  Gonna be really honest, I bought this album solely for the cover – not knowing exactly what the music would be like, I just really liked the album cover.  The A-Side is “How Much, How Much I Love You” – and it’s a 17 minute disco track,... Read More »

York Lions Steels Band – “We Come Out to Play”

York Lions Steels Band – “We Come Out to Play”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “WE COME OUT TO PLAY – and we’ve been coming out to play since March 1972 when the idea of the three Saunders brothers Don, Ted and Doug sparked and grew into what is now the York Lions Steel Band.  The spark was kindled when the group acquired a set... Read More »

The Trio – “A Splendid Time Is Guaranteed For All”

The Trio – “A Splendid Time Is Guaranteed For All”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, this album is among the ranks of those rare folk albums that you see very little of, that have surprisingly good songs on them.  Anyways, the album opens with a cover of Crosby, Stills & Nash’s “Our House” – though, I’ve heard both versions (this and... Read More »

The Arnold Trio – “The Arnold Trio”

The Arnold Trio – “The Arnold Trio”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “WE, THE ARNOLD TRIO, ARE VERY PROUD THAT THE LORD HAS MADE A WAY AND INSPIRED THIS OUR FIRST GOSPEL ALBUM. OUR SINCERE PRAYER IS THAT IN EACH HOME THESE ALBUMS GO INTO, SOME LOST LOVED ONE OR FRIEND WILL HEAR SOME SONG WE SING AND FEEL THEIR NEED FOR... Read More »

Gary Numan – “I Still Remember / Puppets”

Gary Numan – “I Still Remember / Puppets”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “RSPCA  THIS RECORD HAS BEEN RELEASED WITH THE FULL SUPPORT AD APPRECIATION OF THE RSPCA.  A PET IS FOR LIFE AND NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS  GARY NUMAN  GARY NUMAN WILL DONATE HIS ROYALTY FOR EVERY COPY OF THIS RECORD TO THE RSPCA” Personal Review:  I got this LP for two... Read More »

Bob & Doug McKenzie – “Great White North”

Bob & Doug McKenzie – “Great White North”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “So this is our album, eh? Okay, so like this is the back cover, and inside there’s like not only the record, but the first edition of The Daily Hoser, which all hosers must read. And no bootlegging allowed, or all cops will be after you!  P.S. Nice pictures, eh?... Read More »

John Baldry – “It Ain’t Easy”

John Baldry – “It Ain’t Easy”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “He has been called Long John Baldry for most of his life, possibly because he’s 6 feet 7 inches tall and sometimes wears hats that brush the ceilings. He’s very famous and successful and has a history throughout England and most of the civilized wolf – except America.  Back in... Read More »

Paper Moon: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Paper Moon: Original Motion Picture SoundtrackThe Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, this is pretty easy – the soundtrack to my favorite movie, starring my favorite actress, Tatum O’Neal.  The album opens with the theme song from the movie by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra “It’s Only a Paper Moon” – I’m not overly big on jazz standards... Read More »

Merrill Womach – “Happy Again”

Merrill Womach – “Happy Again”The Sleeve: The Gatefold: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “The Merrill Womach Story “Tested by Fire”  In these short paragraphs one couldn’t possibly tell the Merrill Womach story in its entirety. This album is a musical synopsis, at least, of a life story which defies human interpretation.  The Merrill Womach story is the account of a man... Read More »

Guns N’ Roses – “Appetite for Destruction”

Guns N’ Roses – “Appetite for Destruction”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  Every single living person in the world knows who Guns N’ Roses are – if not, they surely know who Slash is – if not, well, I’m here to talk about them.  The album opens with my favorite GNR song, “Welcome to the Jungle” (or as most... Read More »

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