A Record of My Vinyl

With a trompe l'oeil cover, this is the ultimate gift for both serious vinyl-heads and those just starting a collection.

A Record of My Vinyl

inyl is back-and in a big way. Despite the popularity and ease of streaming music on their phones, millennials are spending more money than ever on records. Here is a journal to help collectors keep track of their collection with entries for filling out the disc's artist, album, label, release date, format, pressing, grading (mint, near mint, very good, good, etc.), and even liner notes for reminiscing about the acquisition. The backmatter includes valuable collector's information and perforated wish lists for keeping track of most-wanted albums. With a trompe l'oeil cover, this is the ultimate gift for both serious vinyl-heads and those just starting a collection.

My Vinyl Record Collection

My Vynl Record Collection.

My Vinyl Record Collection

My Vynl Record Collection. Whether as a seasoned collector or just starting out, you will need to record your ever-growing collection. Record Artist, Label, Location, Date etc. It will help you easily categorise your vinyl collection that could become just a box of records. Easily search and find the album you are looking for from your records and impress friends and fellow enthusiasts with your organised and tidy collection. 100 lined pages 10x8.

My Vinyls

Folder to complete to easily classify your vinyls.

My Vinyls

Folder to complete to easily classify your vinyls. It will help you find the record where the song you want to listen to is located! Composition: Cover page Index Sheet to list 180 vinyls A few pages of notes Soft cardboard cover with a glossy finish Elegant pop design Size 7x10 inches 18x25 cm ★ An ideal gift for all vinyl addicts ★

Vinyl A History of the Analogue Record

This book addresses the record's relationship with music: the analogue record was shaped by, and helped to shape, the music of the twentieth century. It also looks at the cult of vinyl records. Why are users so passionate about this format?

Vinyl  A History of the Analogue Record

Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record is the first in-depth study of the vinyl record. Richard Osborne traces the evolution of the recording format from its roots in the first sound recording experiments to its survival in the world of digital technologies. This book addresses the record's relationship with music: the analogue record was shaped by, and helped to shape, the music of the twentieth century. It also looks at the cult of vinyl records. Why are users so passionate about this format? Why has it become the subject of artworks and advertisements? Why are vinyl records still being produced? This book explores its subject using a distinctive approach: the author takes the vinyl record apart and historicizes its construction. Each chapter explores a different element: the groove, the disc shape, the label, vinyl itself, the album, the single, the b-side and the 12" single, and the sleeve. By anatomizing vinyl in this manner, the author shines new light on its impact and appeal.

Vinyl Records and Analog Culture in the Digital Age

This book looks at the ways in which music technologies are both inflected by and inflect human interactions, creating discourses, practices, disciplines, and communities.

Vinyl Records and Analog Culture in the Digital Age

Analog Culture in the Digital Age: Pressing Matters examines the resurgence of vinyl record technologies in the twenty-first century and their place in the history of analog sound and the recording industry. It seeks to answer the questions: why has this supposedly outmoded format made a comeback in a digital culture into which it might appear to be unwelcome? Why, in an era of disembodied pleasures afforded to us in this age of cloud computing would listeners seek out this remnant of the late nineteenth century and bring it seemingly back from the grave? Why do many listeners believe vinyl, with its obvious drawbacks, to be a superior format for conveying music to the relatively noiseless CD or digital file? This book looks at the ways in which music technologies are both inflected by and inflect human interactions, creating discourses, practices, disciplines, and communities.

I Don t Need an Intervention I Like My Vinyl Records Addiction

"I Don't Need an Intervention I Like My Vinyl Records Addiction This funny and humorous Vinyl Records notebook journal is perfect for men, women, boys and girls who love Vinyl Records and can be used as a daily journal, an idea notebook, a ...

I Don t Need an Intervention I Like My Vinyl Records Addiction

"I Don't Need an Intervention I Like My Vinyl Records Addiction This funny and humorous Vinyl Records notebook journal is perfect for men, women, boys and girls who love Vinyl Records and can be used as a daily journal, an idea notebook, a place to write your favorite thoughts and sketches! This 8.5"" x 11"" Vinyl Records journal and notebook journal is lined with college ruled paper and features 132 pages! Features a soft cover and is bound so pages don't fall out, while it can lay flat for any writing that need more space. Great to take with you to class, school, office, coffee shop or leave on your bed stand! May Your Days be Bright and Inspired!"

Vinyl Freak

In Vinyl Freak, music writer, curator, and collector John Corbett burrows deep inside the record fiend’s mind, documenting and reflecting on his decades-long love affair with vinyl.

Vinyl Freak

From scouring flea markets and eBay to maxing out their credit cards, record collectors will do just about anything to score a long-sought-after album. In Vinyl Freak, music writer, curator, and collector John Corbett burrows deep inside the record fiend’s mind, documenting and reflecting on his decades-long love affair with vinyl. Discussing more than 200 rare and out-of-print LPs, Vinyl Freak is composed in part of Corbett's long-running DownBeat magazine column of the same name, which was devoted to records that had not appeared on CD. In other essays where he combines memoir and criticism, Corbett considers the current vinyl boom, explains why vinyl is his preferred medium, profiles collector subcultures, and recounts his adventures assembling the Alton Abraham Sun Ra Archive, an event so all-consuming that he claims it cured his record-collecting addiction. Perfect for vinyl newbies and veteran crate diggers alike, Vinyl Freak plumbs the motivations that drive Corbett and collectors everywhere.

Vinyl Record Collection

Organize your vinyl collection and record every LP with notes and details. Are you looking for a gift for your best friend? Vinyl Digging is a new passion so if you love music and vintage records this catalog is for you.

Vinyl Record Collection

Organize your vinyl collection and record every LP with notes and details. Are you looking for a gift for your best friend? Vinyl Digging is a new passion so if you love music and vintage records this catalog is for you. This journal includes: 270 slots for records 30 slots for wishlist 6x9 inches 100 pages

The Australian Vinyl Record Guide

A comprehensive price guide to the more valuable Australian vinyl records that were released from the 1950s to the present day, including colour plates on some artists to help the reader distinguish between the earlier and the later ...

The Australian Vinyl Record Guide

A comprehensive price guide to the more valuable Australian vinyl records that were released from the 1950s to the present day, including colour plates on some artists to help the reader distinguish between the earlier and the later releases.

Tim Book Two

The world's biggest specialist jazz and blues record shop is called ... Jazz Record
Mart. According to my Vinyl District app, it is just around the corner on East Illinois
St. In the window is a Junior Wells Hoodoo Man Blues T-shirt. It's weird ...

Tim Book Two

Tim Book Two is the follow-up to Telling Stories, the hugely successful memoir of Tim Burgess, singer of the Charlatans. In 2012, Tim published his hugely successful and critically acclaimed memoir, Telling Stories. Tim really enjoyed his new role as an author, and so here it is: Tim Book Two - a tale of Tim's lifelong passion for records, the shops that sell them, and the people who make them. In some ways, the biggest events in Tim's life happened in the couple of years after he had finished writing his first book rather than in the forty years before. So he had more to say, but instead of another autobiography he chose a different way of telling the story. Tim set himself a quest. He would get in touch with people he admired, and ask them to suggest an album for him to track down on his travels, giving an insight into what makes them tick. It would also offer a chance to see how record shops were faring in the digital age - one in which vinyl was still a much-treasured format. Tim assembled his cast of characters, from Iggy Pop to Johnny Marr, David Lynch to Cosey Fanni Tutti. Texts, phone calls, emails and handwritten notes went out. Here is the tender, funny and surprising story of what came back.