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Have A Few... Get Some* - Have A Few... Get Some (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Springsteen began work on his sixth studio album in , but he decided to make some changes to his writing habits; “I decided that what always took me so long in the studio was the writing. I would get in there, and I just wouldn’t have the material written, or it wasn’t written well enough, and so I’d record for a month, get a couple.
  2. Jul 12,  · I always think of an "album" as a collection, such as a photo album or a record album (such as the example in Chip Stylus' picture). When 78s were the norm you could apparently buy empty albums for 78s just like you would buy photo albums for your pictures. I have several of these that say "Record Album" on the spine, each with slots for 8 or.
  3. Yes, but different colors of vinyl have different additives. I could be mistaken, but I've read that the carbon in black vinyl help reduce groove wear and surface noise. There are some people who think blue or white vinyl sounds better too, though. I suppose it's up for debate, but you don't see many g HiFi pressings that aren't on black vinyl.
  4. May 24,  · referencing Get Some, LP, Album, RE, , MOVLP The vinyl master of this super underrated album is awesome! Reply See 3 replies Notify me 3 Helpful/5().
  5. Feb 21,  · As consumers, we are used to buying a singular object: the album. Therefore, it is easy for us to think of songs as being on this object, the album we bought. Some performers, apparently, think of an album as a collection of songs -- a body of work. Thus, in the album makes sense when thought of .
  6. Along the way, I intend to give you some tips about where to start with your own collection and point out some reasons why these vinyl records are unique. Keep in mind, a list of 25 albums is only a glimpse through the peep-hole of what my collection holds, what I know it’s missing, and future albums that will find their way in. Lists have a.
  7. Buddy Holly – That’ll Be the Day – Like the album above, originals of this album sell for thousands, and were pressed on thick, brittle vinyl and had the title of the album printed on the spine. Fakes have thin, flexible vinyl and no spine printing. Phil Lesh/Ned Lagin – Seastones – Fake copies of this odd electronic album have.
  8. There is no one way to build a vinyl collection, but I have some tips that you might find handy, if only because they have helped me obtain a both manageable and entertaining batch of records.

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