Vinyl Releases: Spying Through A Keyhole – Rare Bowie Demos Prepped For 7″ Vinyl Box Release

  Parlophone has announced a new release of David Bowie rarities on what would have been the singer’s 72nd birthday, to additionally mark the milestone of 50 years since the release of breakthrough single “Space Oddity.” Spying Through a Keyhole: … Continue reading Vinyl Releases: Spying Through A Keyhole – Rare Bowie Demos Prepped For 7″ Vinyl Box Release

Why Do I Collect Vinyl? – Michael Flowers Jr.

Ever since I was a baby, from what my parents tell me, I’ve always loved music. My father had a nice collection of records and I would sit and watch him play them. And a kid starting in my preteens, I often hung around people my parents age and many of them had record collections. I even had a DJ friend. So you know the inevitable was going to happen. I started deejaying when Iwas 10.I also started my initial collection when I was in my late teens. Going to the record was so much fun. I enjoyed being exposed to … Continue reading Why Do I Collect Vinyl? – Michael Flowers Jr.

Vinyl Reviews: Lee Morgan: The Rumproller (1965) Blue Note

Year-End Wrap Up. Having strayed this year into the Seventies, crossed the Atlantic to home, flirted with different jazz labels and genres, toyed with some modern reissues, I wanted to end the year returning to basics: the sound of Blue Note of the Sixties. I’ve chosen one of its’ signature sounds and artists, Lee Morgan, […] via Lee Morgan: The Rumproller (1965) Blue Note — LondonJazzCollector Continue reading Vinyl Reviews: Lee Morgan: The Rumproller (1965) Blue Note