Tuesday, April 13, 2021
THE LETTERMEN - Put Your Head On My Shoulder LP w A Song For Young Love LP w Look At Love LP w Love Book LP w Kind Of Country LP w Hurt So Bad LP w Goin' Out Of My Head LP
Now this is a band I used to see in the thrift stores with beat up vinyl as they were quite popular back in the day. This fortunately is not the case here as I found them all at Goodwill in fairly minty condition so this will be a treat for the right ears since they are mainly a cover band that always did the latest cool tunes on each record and thus serves as an excellent grouping of hit songs whether they had a hit with the song or not. Adding this to my first cover shot shown. Will have to find Angstytimelord's suggestion of the live album. Thanks for the tip Angsty per usual. Cheers!
I posted this on a facebook bad vinyl covers group and got some funny comments about his scraggly legs. This post begins a run of comedy found at Goodwill and I have more that is more modern that I will post later. Old S.D. Joe got me on this kick with his repost request at the end of this string.
My uncle the old WCCO radio morning D.J. in the 50's and 60's regularly went to New York to hang with his buddies Henny Youngman, Al Jolson and right here, Myron Cohen. Before he died when I was visiting him in the Veteran's home, we tried to sell his old joke books on Ebay with many by Myron, but the reserve price was too high and no one saw the value in them that he did. So it was nice to find this at Goodwill. https://gofile.io/d/OpZlwP
ALLAN SHERMAN - Allan In Wonderland LP w Allan Sherman's Mother Presents MY SON THE FOLK SINGER LP w Allan Sherman's Mother Presents MY SON THE CELEBRITY LP
REPOST Request: This one for my old FOGHAT buddy, SD Joe! See above bonus comedy man!!!
MAN -7 w st LP 71 w Back Into The Future 2LP 73 w Be Good To Yourself At Least Once A Day LP 73 w Rhinos, Winos And Lunatics LP 74 w Slow Motion LP 74 w Maximum Darkness LP 75 w Welsh-Connection LP 76
REPOST and ADD ON: Added the top shown first album and took out the USA Man files and reposted that with Richard Supa post. https://gofile.io/d/FN7qPu
Well, I had just posted this last week but didn't realize I had posted it earlier in March and with a much better sound that I had cleaned up. The file last week you can hear much more static at the beginning but I think I took out the pops where I could. So anyway this sounds better so please replace the last rip and I will thank EW again for sending this in once or twice??
LINK REPOSTED 4-13-2021: https://gofile.io/d/rywIdq
REPOST Request: This is the only one that Mark Underground had posted that I could find for now. I will have to search some more for the other two but that was early days of the blog and I didn't get everything when I joined later on. This album I listened to last night and thoroughly enjoyed.
Since we have featured some band members here, I had to pick this up at Goodwill. Their music swept thru my junior high school but my sister had the record already and I was listening to punk instead back then, as I had taken my vow of non-conformity to the chagrin of my classmates who all loved this band.
Charles M. Shulz was a fond purveyor of the jazz music of the time and so many of these bands are from that genre to pay tribute: David Benoit, B.B. King, Dave Grusin, Chick Corea, Joe Williams, Gerry Mulligan, Kenny G (ugh!), Lee Ritenour, Patti Austin, Amani A.W. Murray and Dave Brubeck.
As I have said in the past per the old rap tune, "I'm the first MF on the block for the cheese and the last MF to leave." Yeah, this may be better for trade shows as its kind of catchy.
PLEASE SEARCH ABOVE FOR MORE and ADD ON: Found another Al disk!!! There were two more but when I tried to rip them they said "Secret Files" so I opened that with explorer and found read me's and MOV files at one each. However was not able to go any further. Sorry, I should have gotten better instructions per the comment non the other post. https://gofile.io/d/bRiWvb
Well, I couldn't just ignore it when I saw this at Goodwill with Donnie and his kid brothers. If you used to watch MTV or VHS like I did, you will know these hit songs. https://gofile.io/d/cu6sLx
PLEASE SEARCH ABOVE FOR MORE and ADD ON: Well I'm sorry but MR. AOR here has infected my space waaaaaay to much whereas I won't collect his studio stuff but this sweet little live postcard nicely has his brick hit train organized OUTSIDE my mind so I can keep tabs on it. Also had posted his album side interview with music from a radio show posted a few years back.
PLEASE SEARCH ABOVE FOR MORE and ADD ON: Found this at Goodwill (AUTOGRAPHED by this well known Cajun musician!!) and didn't realize I had already posted his 1977 album. Here is what I wrote there: Doug Kershaw wrote the Cajun standard, "Louisiana Man" and was Johnny Carson's debut featured musician while playing a violin part on Arlo Guthrie's song, "Alice's Restaurant". https://gofile.io/d/AsGg0Q
ARTHUR BROWN - THE CRAZY WORLD OF LP w DANCE LP 75 w ARTHUR BROWN'S KINGDOM COME - The Lost Ears 2LP 76
REPOST and ADD ON: The double album from 1976 was added after a suggestion from my vinyl group at Facebook. I believe it is a different band from the other two albums shown from before.