Does anyone still listen to albums anymore? Does anyone remember what albums are anymore? I thought that turntables and albums were making a little comeback, and maybe I could unload my collection, but I think I was mistaken. It was just a ploy by the department stores last year to unload some old stock of turntables by turning them into a retro nostalgic must have kind of thing.
and besides, my collection of albums is really nothing to brag about, but I will share my bizarre music taste with you, all 5 of my loyal readers, and the occassional drop in / drive by blog reader who finds me by searching for “pert boobs.”
Feel free to let me know if you want any of them. For the price of postage they could be yours:
Yesterday and Today, the first album I bought with my very own money.
Revolver, Let it Be, Meet the Beatles, and The Beatles Again were my father’s records but I’ve had them a long time.
Oh, and Sgt Peppers Lonley Hearts Club Band, commerative color printed vinyl edition
Blondie, Parallel Lines (2 copies)
Heart, Dog and Butterfly and of course Dreamboat Annie (which I can still play on guitar)
The Eagles, The Long Run and Hotel California
Supertramp, Breakfast in America and Even in the Quietest Moments
Styx, Paradise Theater
Jackson Brown, Running on Empty
The Who, Face Dances
Electric Light Orchestra, Discovery
I’ll post more later. I’m tired of typing. But to round out this post I’ll add
Olivia Newton John, Have You Never Been Mellow. Yeah. I know. What was I thinking?