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Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by Ryan Sparks, Nov 14, 2014.
Recent scores including Jesse Ware autographed on her most recent.
NEW PANDA BEAR
HOW DID I NOT KNOW THERE WAS NEW PANDA BEAR???
I got a box of these today... first release on my micro-label, the cassette version of my friend's band Poverty Bar. The original lathe cut vinyl is now sold out.
My evening so far has been a fight with Bandcamp.
Nothing major, I just want to set it so that you can buy the tape but the audio can only be streamed or downloaded with a code.
It's vinyl only too. I have been trying to decide about getting it. I'll probably give in and get it.
I've already spent way too much on vinyl so far in 2018. And I'm supposed to be saving up to buy a new car sometime this year too. Otherwise I'd be all in.
That's pretty much how I feel too. I need to try to find a way to listen to it first if possible.
Well just so everyone knows, most places are sold out of the Panda Bear EP. also yeah, it’s only on vinyl, no download card either. I need to listen to it again, but I definitely liked it. I wish it were a full length though. Not sure if there will be more copies anytime soon, but I believe they said it was limited, so if you missed out now that might be it.
This post gave me FOMO...Just copped from Amoeba's site.
*Deep Inhale*.......ROLLING AROUND AT THE SPEED OF SOUND. GOT PLACES TO GO. GOT TO FOLLOW MY RAINBOW!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bob Ross approved.
I like this better than Stillness in Wonderland. Always have.
Now patiently waiting for Telefone.
I like it quite a bit more too. Both are great but this one hits me way harder.
No doubt that Stillness in Wonderland is great. The more I listened to both of them this past month, A Curious Tale is lyrically better in my eyes. Wings and Dead Body are my favorite songs. Two polar opposites when it comes to the stories.
Strangely, my favorite part about this package is the composition notebook full of lyrics.
I was looking forward to getting Play tomorrow as my shipping notice originally gave me a delivery date of the 13th, but it's been shifted to the 16th now. Consoling myself with this recent pickup instead..
Star Trek The Motion Picture soundtrack. Including not one, but two Enterprise posters.
VMP and a few others arrived.
Adding to my Louisiana Me, Please collection with Rockin’ Dopsie: a sleeve so bad, Mrs Moore actually uttered the phrase, “what the sticky pudding is that?” and asked why one of them was wearing armour. I wouldn’t mind but we’ve visited NOLA three times and she’s loved some of the Zydeco we’ve heard there.
This Max Roach is one of my favourites of his. The title track is ~25 minutes long and starts with a super groovy ensemble piece that each player then takes turns in breaking down to their respective parts until bringing it all back together for the grand finale. A killer workshop session.
I don’t know any Art Pepper but figured I’d give this a whirl after I read such love for his live Vanguard set in the jazz thread.
@HiFi Guy, I finally took the plunge on this Leon and Audio Fidelity think I should listen to it all the time apparently:
I don’t recommend getting drunk and going to app.vinylmeplease.com.