What Was The Last Vinyl You Bought?


Another inspirational masterpiece from the legend.

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Original 1974 pressing, vinyl in excellent condition;

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Wilton Felder - ‘Secrets’ (1985). Recommended on here as a follow up to The Crusaders and Joe Sample solo work. Picked it up in Exeter last Wednesday!

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Played the cd to death 21 years ago in my office at work

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Impex Records 2LP 45rpm Limited Edition… :sunglasses: :grinning:

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Keb’ Mo’ - Good To Be…

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Bobbie Gentry - The Girl Form Chickasaw County - Double Vinyl

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Ella and Louis

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Flag Day soundtrack by Eddie And Olivia Vedder, Glen Hansard and Cat Powers

Profondo Rosso original soundtrack, by Goblin (Italian group from the 70th)!

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Sarah Vaughan in deep blue vinyl.

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Kokoroko - Could We Be More, Brownswood Recordings (2022)

After several excellent EP’s Kokoroko release their long awaited and much anticipated debut LP and it’s truly excellent modern Jazz fusion in it’s purest form this group of young multi talented British/African musicians are all about the music and nothing more.

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Jon Hiseman - ‘A Night in the Sun’ (1981). As a follow up to Colosseum II and ‘Variations’. Not heard this but will be interested to see the direction Jon’s work took.

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Originally heard the Gillian Welch/Dave Rawlings on Tidal but passed on buying the Vinyl, what a mistake as it sounds incredible. Only have a few Tone Poets but this is the best so far….

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Thick as a Brick 50th anniversary edition.
Glad they reprinted the newspaper inside :+1:

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One of a very fine series of new archival releases by this Austrian trombonist/arranger on the London-based Wallen Bink label.

‘Venus and Mars’ - Wings

Purchased second hand in Barnstaple today. Looks to be in great condition, but no HiFi here on my holiday. Inserts are in mint condition. Looking forward to giving this a spin. Not convinced by the £50 claim though.

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OMG this absolutely stunning record from Fred Neil (1966) arrived today ready for the weekend. Another LP Mastered by kevin Gray. LP 5520

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I have an original copy…somewhere…it always was a great sounding album…enjoy!

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