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  1. Hey Everyone - need your help with deciding which transport case to get. I will be flying internationally and need it to hold approx. 50 LPs. So, which case would you feel comfortable checking into baggage? I already have a 'carry on' soft case, but am now interested in a hard case. Thanks.
  2. Thanks so much; just shot him a message.
  3. Hello...I would LOVE some info on this particular Rinx Record. I'm an avid record collector and haven't seen this one before. I emailed the label and they provided the below info... any other info would be greatly appreciated. Collectible? valuable? Pictures below: It is record #240 from the label. Side 240-A ST. LOUIS BLUES (Handy) 92 Blues Organist: Fred Bergin (ASCAP) Side 240-B BASIN STREET BLUES n(Williams) 92 Blues Organist: Lee White (ASCAP) (If the label that you have reads Fred Bergin Organist it is a printing error) The two songs were recorded 1955, only 3 copies left. Fred Bergin was the founder of Rinx Records which he started in 1950 out of Denver Colorado. During the 1950’s & 60’s he hired various organists to record for him. Lee White is a lady organist.
  4. For Sale/Trade: Michal Urbaniak Constellation - In Concert. This is the original 1973 Polish pressing with the Blue Muza labels. Rare album to find in this condition...I grade conservatively. Vinyl: VG+ (Excellent overall condition with a few fingerprints; plays perfect) Sleeve: VG+ (Excellent condition with no seem splits, very minor discoloration on front, see picture for detail) Make me an offer or let me know what you'd like to trade for. If you have any questions or need additional details, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will answer right [email protected] Thanks!
  5. For Sale/Trade: James Rivers - Ole. This is the original JB's Records pressing with the Green labels. Rare album to find in this condition...I grade conservatively. Vinyl: VG/G+ (Good overall playing condition with some scuffs and wear, plays with some noise in a few places). Sleeve: G+ (Cover has ring wear and overall wear on it. Still together). This is a rare record, so condition is often overlooked. Make me an offer or let me know what you're interested in trading for. If you have any questions or need additional details, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will answer right [email protected] Thanks!
  6. For Sale / Trade: Test Pressing of The Modern Jazz Quartet's 1974 album "In Memoriam"... one of their best (in my opinion). There were very few complete test pressings of this album made which makes it quite rare. This one belonged to their label, Little David Records. The slip outlining the album details is in Mint condition (see picture). Vinyl: VG Sleeve: G Vinyl is graded conservatively and has some scuffs but plays without pops. Sleeve is white and has some discoloration. Top seem has a few splits, but overall cover holds up well. (see pictures). I've tried to detail all this in the pictures, but if you need more details or info; please do not hesitate to contact me and I will gladly get back to [email protected] Thanks! Asking: $30 or willing to trade for 70s Funk/Soul, 70s Brazilian...make me an offer and let me know what you got to trade.
  7. If you find out from your dad of any record stores in Mexicali and post it here, that would be awesome....thanks man. -d
  8. Hello, I'm going to be going to Mexicali, Mexico in a few weeks and wanted to check out some record stores. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Anything around Mexicali or Baja California works...thanks!
  9. Such a fresh track. Massive Attack is great.
  10. Cool, thanks man. I'm not planning on selling it; this one is staying in the collection. Just curious of the value.
  11. Thanks for all the info guys. I mainly bought the record because of the handwritten white label; plus I got it for a steal...I'm a huge funk/soul/music fan in general. I've worked at a few labels' marketing/a&r departments; so I have a vast appreciation for music from many sides. Recently I've mostly been listening to the Now Again Records catalog, which is run by the former GM of Stones Throw Records; if you're familiar with them. Now Again has been reissuing amazing funk/soul/jazz/world music on LP for many years. They have compilations of super rare 45s that are outstanding as well, def check those out. Other than that, mostly old stuff like Breakwater, Port Authority, JBs, Lou Donaldson, Gene Harris, etc...Any idea on the value? Curious.
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