What's been spinnin' 🎶 [VOL. 2]
With another couple days at home comes a couple more tunes jammin on the turntable
- •Car Seat Headrest - Teens of DenialOne of my favorite albums of the year. Sounds oddly quiet on vinyl, though. Maybe an issue with the pressing...
- •The Revenant OSTLimited edition color vinyl. Great score for a great film.
- •Pink Floyd - Atom Heart MotherVery proud of this one. First pressing, 1970 imported from England. Such a fun album and really fascinating production from Pink Floyd's golden age.
- •The Beatles - Rubber SoulGot inspired by my last post to spin this baby. First pressing, 1965 Capitol Records. Capitol kind of really fucked up the track listing on this record to make it sound more folky, but whatever.
- •The White Stripes - Get Behind Me SatanRecord Store Day Exclusive edition on color vinyl with a new holographic cover. Probably my favorite White Stripes record. Just a front to back JAMMER.
- •The Beatles - The BeatlesDefinitely my favorite item in my collection. The cool thing that they did with this album is that they numbered every copy in the order it was printed. Mine happens to be a first pressing, 1968 #0054966. Within the first 60,000 copies!! Complete with the original photos and dat tasty poster they were so generous in giving us to compensate for the lack of album art!
- •The Kinks - Dedicated KinksRecord Store Day Exclusive release. I dare you to find a bad Kinks song. Honestly, these guys could do no wrong.
- •Conan O'Brien/Jack White - Conan O'Brien InterviewFound this at Jack's White record store in Detroit. How could I resist??
- •Lou Reed - Rock 'N' Roll AnimalLou Reed's famed 1974 live album. Wish I could have seen him live before he passed away a couple years ago ): what a legend