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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.

Sunshine Gospel Singers – “Celebration!”

Sunshine Gospel Singers – “Celebration!”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “Singing has always been important in the Christian tradition. From the singing of a hymn in the Upper Room on the night of Christ’s betrayal to the present day “Jesus Christ Superstar”, Christians have tried to express their faith in song and hymn.  St. Andrew’s Church in Chateauguay is proud... Read More »

Psyche – “Unveiling the Secret”

Psyche – “Unveiling the Secret”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Thanks to Martina Shuman for original concepts expressed in “Lord unleashed”. Acknowledgements to H.P. lovecraft for inspiration of “The saint became a lush” & to David Cronenberg for “The words made ‘flesh” in “unveiling the secret”.” Personal Review:  Psyche has always been one of my favorite bands, ever since I... Read More »

Roger Mobley – “Something for Everyone”

Roger Mobley – “Something for Everyone”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, Roger Mobley is a former child actor best known for “Wagon Train” and “Fury” he eventually retired from acting, joined the U.S. Army – became a Green Beret, served in Vietnam and then came back to America and did this album with the help of Crusade... Read More »

Joe Jackson – “Mike’s Murder: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”

Joe Jackson – “Mike’s Murder: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  To be fair, I’ve never heard of this movie. I had originally mistook Debra Winger for JoBeth Williams and decided to buy it, only to discover later it wasn’t JoBeth – anyways, the movie actually looks pretty good.  So, the album opens with the song “Cosmopolitan” and... Read More »

Bill Casolari – “Gospel… In the Universal Language”

Bill Casolari – “Gospel… In the Universal Language”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “Crusade Enterprises proudly present the instrumental artistry of their head musician, BILL CASOLARI, and the Casolari Orchestra. The orchestra consists of 40 instruments but only ONE musician! This feat is accomplished by combining the unusual talents and versatility of Bill with modern multi-track recording equipment at Crusade Studios. You will... Read More »

Garry Lee and Showdown – “Wanted! Garry Lee and Showdown: Loaded Loose and Rowdy”

Garry Lee and Showdown – “Wanted! Garry Lee and Showdown: Loaded Loose and Rowdy”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, this one is quite the interesting one, mainly because my best friend, Liam, and I know a guy who played in the band – who unfortunately is not on the album. The record comes from Liam’s parents personal collection, and Liam so kindly donated this album... Read More »

Mama Cass – “Dream a Little Dream”

Mama Cass – “Dream a Little Dream”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  So, I’m kind of a big Mamas and the Papas fan, I love all of their stuff, and have been trying to get reviews done for each of the members solo albums, so far I got John & Michelle Phillips‘ done. Mama Cass is next, of course.... Read More »

Rick Nelson – “The Very Best of Rick Nelson”

Rick Nelson – “The Very Best of Rick Nelson”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: Personal Review:  I don’t remember how or when, or even why I started liking Rick Nelson, it could’ve been those days of watching Ozzie & Harriet, or it could’ve been something else, I don’t really know. All I do know, is that I really do like Rick Nelson.  The album... Read More »

Dire Straits – “Brothers in Arms”

Dire Straits – “Brothers in Arms”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  I know the Dire Straits from their song “Money for Nothing” (featured on this album.) and their amazing musicianship. Anyways, here’s the record. Kindly donated by a family friend.  The album opens with “So Far Away” which like mentioned above, features the Straits signature musicianship, then comes... Read More »

Julie Andrews – “Love Me Tender”

Julie Andrews – “Love Me Tender”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “When I began to choose the songs for this album, they sounded so easy that I foolishly supposed that recording them would be a breeze. I have never been more wrong. The songs are not easy, they’re simple-plain, honest, simple – and I very quickly found out that is the... Read More »

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