The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses (1989)

The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses

One of my all-time favourite records, but I won’t even try to write about the music here. If you do a search for “stone roses” online I bet you can find a hundred thousand blog entries about “a legend” and

The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses (1989)

The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses

One of my all-time favourite records, but I won’t even try to write about the music here. If you do a search for “stone roses” online I bet you can find a hundred thousand blog entries about “a legend” and

Blondie - Blondie (1976)

Blondie – Blondie

When you are starting to build a record collection from scratch it is nice to get some consistency into it from early on. Most of the time I have ( and still do) buy whatever I can find that suits

Blondie - Blondie (1976)

Blondie – Blondie

When you are starting to build a record collection from scratch it is nice to get some consistency into it from early on. Most of the time I have ( and still do) buy whatever I can find that suits

Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (1973)

Stevie Wonder – Innervisions

On we go with the next Stevie Wonder vinyl Innervisions, released just one year after Talking Book. I bought this one when I was on holiday in Manchester. When I went there I reserved one day just for record shopping,

Stevie Wonder - Innervisions (1973)

Stevie Wonder – Innervisions

On we go with the next Stevie Wonder vinyl Innervisions, released just one year after Talking Book. I bought this one when I was on holiday in Manchester. When I went there I reserved one day just for record shopping,

Stevie Wonder - Talking Book (1972)

Stevie Wonder – Talking Book

This is the first of a lot of records I bought in my favourite record store – which actually is just an antiquarian bookshop that happens to also have some crates of all sorts of second hand records on their

Stevie Wonder - Talking Book (1972)

Stevie Wonder – Talking Book

This is the first of a lot of records I bought in my favourite record store – which actually is just an antiquarian bookshop that happens to also have some crates of all sorts of second hand records on their

Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits (1972)

Simon and Garfunkel’s Greatest Hits

This record is driving me insane. I bought this the same day I bought the Warren Schatz record I wrote about below – it was a hot summer sunday I spent at the flea market. A couple of weeks before

Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits (1972)

Simon and Garfunkel’s Greatest Hits

This record is driving me insane. I bought this the same day I bought the Warren Schatz record I wrote about below – it was a hot summer sunday I spent at the flea market. A couple of weeks before

Warren Schatz - Warren Schatz

Warren Schatz – Warren Schatz

Again it was my mother who had the record in the first place, but this time it is not her who gets the credits for introducing me to the artist. It was my brother, who, when he became old enough

Warren Schatz - Warren Schatz

Warren Schatz – Warren Schatz

Again it was my mother who had the record in the first place, but this time it is not her who gets the credits for introducing me to the artist. It was my brother, who, when he became old enough

MInd Kiosk - mmmm (2001)

Mind Kiosk – MMMM

Remember MMMM, that smashing hit song by the Crash Test Dummies? mmm…yeah? Well, this here got nothing to do with it. Although…if you think about it: Was the Crash Test Dummies song about speechlessness? Not knowing what to say? Maybe

MInd Kiosk - mmmm (2001)

Mind Kiosk – MMMM

Remember MMMM, that smashing hit song by the Crash Test Dummies? mmm…yeah? Well, this here got nothing to do with it. Although…if you think about it: Was the Crash Test Dummies song about speechlessness? Not knowing what to say? Maybe