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Posted: Oct 24, 2021 - 7:45am

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Posted: Oct 13, 2021 - 11:16am

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Yep.  80's metal is really, really hot now and just about anything pressed in the 90's at the tail end of the original vinyl run is through the roof.  There is also this genre of which I know very little about called Northern Soul.  The stories that come with it are really amazing, too.  Stories of thefts of collections and the chases afterwards could be soap operas.  There are several well known characters that have their pictures on the walls of many shops world wide, that handle this kind of music.

The first guy who inquired was good enough to inform me about the 80s metal and made me a "fair" offer.
Still intrigued by the metal value, as some of the stuff wasn't particularly rare, being still mostly pre mass produced cd. 

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Posted: Oct 13, 2021 - 10:59am

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 Last fall as I got ready to move/downsize, I sold about 500 lps, mostly classic rock/pop. Could barely give away most of the regular stuff (I did take a few good ones, like a coveted Zep II album, and sticky fingers)...but boy was there great demand for 80s metal! I wasn't ready for that, and probably undersold, but still made some decent $ on a few dozen of those albums. 
 
Yep.  80's metal is really, really hot now and just about anything pressed in the 90's at the tail end of the original vinyl run is through the roof.  There is also this genre of which I know very little about called Northern Soul.  The stories that come with it are really amazing, too.  Stories of thefts of collections and the chases afterwards could be soap operas.  There are several well known characters that have their pictures on the walls of many shops world wide, that handle this kind of music.
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Posted: Oct 13, 2021 - 10:45am

 Last fall as I got ready to move/downsize, I sold about 500 lps, mostly classic rock/pop. Could barely give away most of the regular stuff (I did take a few good ones, like a coveted Zep II album, and sticky fingers)...but boy was there great demand for 80s metal! I wasn't ready for that, and probably undersold, but still made some decent $ on a few dozen of those albums. 
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Posted: Oct 13, 2021 - 10:38am

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 kurtster wrote:

The end game.  Looking to get some for myself.
.


Amazing stuff. Almost 20 years ago, a great uncle of mine passed away in Philadelphia.  An IRS agent.  A quiet and gentle man.  Never married, my suspicions are that he was a homosexual in an Italian family that likely would have frowned upon it...so he kept to himself. The uncle who was selling his home invited me over to see his "collections", of which there were 3:  trains, VHS tapes, and vinyl.  The vinyl was everywhere.  He built shelves in entire rooms that included the closets.  They were in the halls.  They were in multiple bedrooms.  There were thousands and thousands of them.  The floors and ceilings below bowed from the weight.  It was honestly a bit scary. My uncle said to me...take what you want, the Princeton Record Exchange is coming tomorrow to get them and giving me 10 cents each.  My wife and I filled a station wagon with unopened, shrink-wrapped LP's.  The car bottomed out a few times.  I sold most of them on ebay, and in the span of a few months made $7k-$8k.  I shipped them everywhere.  There was a guy in Hong Kong who sent me thousands of dollars.  I sold mostly Opera and classical.  Many for around/over $100.  No rock that I saw....plenty of Jazz.  I still have some of his albums...unopened...with Korvettes and Sam Goody price tags on the shrink-wrap. I just turned around and pulled one from the rack behind me....https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/fc/The_Bird_is_Free_Album_Cover.jpg 1961 - still wrapped - a "special" sticker on it for 97¢, and a price tag from SKlein?  I had to look them up...they closed in 1978 (regional Philly department store). Some day, I'll open them and listen....but Spotify makes that sorta unnecessary (this album isn't listed, but all of the songs are).  I hope he didn't have a rock section that I missed.
 
Nice story.  Definitely remember EJ Korvette.  There was one on Roosevelt Blvd in North Philly I used to go to.  Which was nearby to the Whitman Chocolate company and also the Philly office of the IRS.
Image result for EJ Korvettes.  
 
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A popular, and false, story behind the name's origin – that E.J. Korvette stands for “Eight Jewish Korean War Veterans.” In reality, according to Ferkauf, the “E.J.” stands for Eugene and his friend Joe who started with the company from its inception. The Korvette was named after the Canadian WWII Warship a Corvette.

That Parker album is worth $20 to $30

You probably hit prime time for classical vinyl back then as it has really fallen off, but the Jazz, that is a much different story, especially if you have anything original Blue Note or Verve.  Those can be worth $$$'s in only good condition.  I wouldn't open them either, given what it is and how accessible it is.  But you can make some people really happy popping the cherry on one of those.

What I'm doing now is trying to prevent the scenario of your great uncle and leave a nightmare behind and potentially end up in "the rubbish bin" as it is referred to so often over at discogs.  I was finally selling more than I was buying for awhile.  Now it is about even.  The sales do pay for the new for the most part though ... {#Whistle}

It's hard work, especially if it's used vinyl and you are also your playing the vinyl and in my case recording it.  It can get really tedious and boring.  The rewards are still worth it though.  I get the sound and someone gets the vinyl to actually play and enjoy and keep it safe for the future as I like to think.

I haven't plugged myself in years but FWIW here's my store.  Same link as in my profile here.  Those would not be the $ I would charge RPeeps.  I'll also toss in the cleaned up rips and in some cases the remasters of these rips.  If it has been opened, it's been ripped. You can hear it wart's and all and decide what noise if any, is tolerable this being vinyl.  I'll also donate as least a dollar per to RP.

Anyone interested, pm me.  Look at my collection, too.  I can look to see if I still have stuff in there.
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Posted: Oct 13, 2021 - 7:39am


 kurtster wrote:

The end game.  Looking to get some for myself.
.


Amazing stuff.

Almost 20 years ago, a great uncle of mine passed away in Philadelphia.  An IRS agent.  A quiet and gentle man.  Never married, my suspicions are that he was a homosexual in an Italian family that likely would have frowned upon it...so he kept to himself.

The uncle who was selling his home invited me over to see his "collections", of which there were 3:  trains, VHS tapes, and vinyl.  The vinyl was everywhere.  He built shelves in entire rooms that included the closets.  They were in the halls.  They were in multiple bedrooms.  There were thousands and thousands of them.  The floors and ceilings below bowed from the weight.  It was honestly a bit scary.

My uncle said to me...take what you want, the Princeton Record Exchange is coming tomorrow to get them and giving me 10 cents each. 

My wife and I filled a station wagon with unopened, shrink-wrapped LP's.  The car bottomed out a few times.  I sold most of them on ebay, and in the span of a few months made $7k-$8k.  I shipped them everywhere.  There was a guy in Hong Kong who sent me thousands of dollars.  I sold mostly Opera and classical.  Many for around/over $100.  No rock that I saw....plenty of Jazz.  I still have some of his albums...unopened...with Korvettes and Sam Goody price tags on the shrink-wrap.

I just turned around and pulled one from the rack behind me....https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/fc/The_Bird_is_Free_Album_Cover.jpg

1961 - still wrapped - a "special" sticker on it for 97¢, and a price tag from SKlein?  I had to look them up...they closed in 1978 (regional Philly department store).

Some day, I'll open them and listen....but Spotify makes that sorta unnecessary (this album isn't listed, but all of the songs are).  I hope he didn't have a rock section that I missed.
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Posted: Oct 13, 2021 - 6:51am

The end game.  Looking to get some for myself.
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Posted: Sep 1, 2021 - 9:45am

 miamizsun wrote:

this is taking me back in a good way {#Music}
 
Yeah.  It certainly did for me, too.  Takes me to the same places now that it did then.  

Perhaps the biggest reminder through all of this is exactly what parts of The Beatles were George and even more so how much Billy Preston became a really big part of The Beatles when he showed up and brought his keyboards into the soul of their music after Sgt Pepper to the end and beyond with this album to be sure.
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Posted: Sep 1, 2021 - 4:33am

 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
 All the ones from your left column!
 
this is taking me back in a good way {#Music}
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Posted: Aug 31, 2021 - 7:56am

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Alrighty then.  Try these and then pick which one you like best.

LESS FILLING                 TASTES GREAT

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{#Ask}

All the ones from your left column!








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Posted: Aug 31, 2021 - 5:53am

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Alrighty then.  Try these and then pick which one you like best.

LESS FILLING                 TASTES GREAT

.
{#Ask}


all will be revealed soon-ish  


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Posted: Aug 30, 2021 - 5:17pm

 kurtster wrote:

Alrighty then.  Try these and then pick which one you like best.

LESS FILLING                 TASTES GREAT

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{#Ask}
 
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Posted: Aug 30, 2021 - 4:27pm

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looks like you guys have got it bad
if it helps rip something and send it to me (digitally)
consider it a form of therapy
yw
 
Alrighty then.  Try these and then pick which one you like best.

LESS FILLING                 TASTES GREAT

.
{#Ask}
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Posted: Aug 30, 2021 - 10:50am

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No. Painters are the whiners. Who really don't want to work at all. 


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Posted: Aug 28, 2021 - 11:30pm

 rhahl wrote:
This interview with Pierre Spray about recording techniques might be useful or at least interesting.
 
http://www.tnt-audio.com/intervis/mapleshade_records_e.html
 
Catching up on things now that I have finished the initial part of what has been a grueling three weeks on this project.  The audio program I use for remastering becomes unstable after being open for a couple of weeks and can crash requiring a restart with some settings lost.  So in order to have all 36 tracks of both mixes sound the same when finished they had to be done all at once.  That was done from the wee hours of last Sunday through to the wee hours of this Thursday.  And then 3 days of retail hell.  I'm whupped.  Listening to the 2017 mix on the headphones now.  Already listened to the 2021 mix on the cans.  Truthfully surprised how good it came out.  And while they are really very different, they both sound very nice actually.  If I was to sit down and listen to the whole album in one sitting, either one will do.  But if I were to want to listen to individual tracks here and there, probably the 2021 mixes.

Nice.  Apply some of the same principals to ripping.  Shortest possible cable runs with as few steps as possible in the data chain to the actual file.  Turntable is powered by separate 120 volt to 100 volt converter plugged into a line conditioner that keeps things very quiet and off to one side from all the computers.  Turntable is plugged into a DC powered combination phono preamp / ADC with USB out straight into the computer with special cable at 1.5 meter in length to keep extraneous noises to a minimum.  Conversion to digital is done at the earliest possible stage to keep the sound as close to the original signal as possible.  Theoretically since my phono carts are designed to work on quad vinyl these wav files played through a quad decoder should have all the information needed to properly process the signal and playback in quad as intended.

The one thing that I have long ago concluded and was recently reinforced after going through both mixes of ATMP is that when it comes to perfect reproduction of recorded sound, it can only really matter with live totally acoustic music as with an orchestra or small ensemble of any kind.  And there are two schools of thought for recording this sound.  Binaural and conventional multiple microphone placements through the entire room.  Binaural being a pair of microphones placed on elevated head shaped holder with the microphones placed on the head in the same positioning of the ears.  This captures the overall sound as it would be naturally heard by a single listener in that point of space. Otherwise when instruments are electronic or amplified through electronic means, that no longer really applies.  This kind of music is subject to the interpretations of producers and engineers after the musicians have done their part.  There are many different ways to mix and otherwise change and affect the music towards an intended end that may not sound the same way (and rarely does) the individual instruments sounded when played.  It then becomes subjective trying to make it sound a certain way for commercial playback purposes.  And it goes downhill from this point onward. 

I think of it this way.  The musicians are the framers / rough carpenters, the engineers are the finishing carpenters and those who master the final mix are the painters who come in and fix or cover up all the flaws under the paint facade and make them go away with a pleasing final appearance or sound.  The final mastering can just as easily make or break the recording.  And why there are so many remastering efforts we are being bombarded with to make up for all of the crappy CD releases that came out.  And then sadly, the primary purpose is to extract another buck from the listener rather than really put forth a final masterpiece.


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Posted: Aug 21, 2021 - 6:03am

looks like you guys have got it bad
if it helps rip something and send it to me (digitally)
consider it a form of therapy
yw
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Posted: Aug 20, 2021 - 9:33pm

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 kurtster wrote:

Yer welcome !  Still slogging away.  Just finished the full run through. Total of 22 sides played times 3 times each.  Sides 1 & 2 were bad on both sets, so I bought one more, but the 5 Lp set (from another vendor) instead of the 7 hoping to get a different part of the run.    Nope, all three although the one from the 5 piece set is the most tolerable.  All three Side 1's have the same stamper but Side 2 has two different ones. I have to return one 7 and the 5 now.  Sigh.  Now I have to redo the 2017 set, with this new cart.  I'll have a pretty good idea of the differences after all this.  What is really nice is that the outtakes and demos are the really, really good stuff.  I like many of them better than the finals.  More thoughts to come on this album. I also put in an order for the über set, but I'm still thinking about not getting it with these defects.  Lot's of emailing in my immediate future.  Sigh, again ... and almost a full quart of various cleaning solutions.
Dude!
My drug (music) problem is almost as bad as yours. 
 
Wow, that's pretty bad.  It does channel my inner OCD and keeps the perfectionist in me frustrated.  I'm still slogging away with this set.  Had to try 4 more sides and found a previously unknown fourth different stamper in the process for one of them.  I ran into someone else at discogs who has also tried 3 different copies and couldn't make one good one out of those three either.  It looks like two go back for sure and maybe all three.  This may turn out to be a major train wreck of not only an iconic album but also of an expensive set that contains so many separate discs.  People are pissed and the returns are going to be monumental.  Universal Music Group which controls nearly all the physical rights to any material of worth decides who is going to do the work and how many corners (quality control) they can cut, cheap out on and get away with.

So the month of August is going to be all about this album.  Already broke up the 2017 and now I'm halfway through the 2021 main album.  The Über Deluxe set arrives Tuesday.  Weighs in at 48 lbs according to UPS.  There is a great unboxing vid which I'll put up when I have some extra time.  So between now and Tuesday I've got much to do.  It's a good thing that this is a desert island album and I can hear it over and over again and not get too tired (yet) of hearing it.  It'll be interesting to find out how often I will listen to it down the road after beating my brains out with it now.

I am beginning to like the new mix though now that I am pretty familiar with it.

More to come.
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Posted: Aug 20, 2021 - 4:46pm

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Yer welcome !  Still slogging away.  Just finished the full run through. Total of 22 sides played times 3 times each.  Sides 1 & 2 were bad on both sets, so I bought one more, but the 5 Lp set (from another vendor) instead of the 7 hoping to get a different part of the run.    Nope, all three although the one from the 5 piece set is the most tolerable.  All three Side 1's have the same stamper but Side 2 has two different ones. I have to return one 7 and the 5 now.  Sigh.  Now I have to redo the 2017 set, with this new cart.  I'll have a pretty good idea of the differences after all this.  What is really nice is that the outtakes and demos are the really, really good stuff.  I like many of them better than the finals.  More thoughts to come on this album. I also put in an order for the über set, but I'm still thinking about not getting it with these defects.  Lot's of emailing in my immediate future.  Sigh, again ...

and almost a full quart of various cleaning solutions.
Dude!
My drug (music) problem is almost as bad as yours. 


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Posted: Aug 15, 2021 - 12:42am

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 kurtster wrote:
8 Aug 2021 Been awhile. Comments, if any are welcome. {#Cheers}  Y'all CLICKY

Thank for that Kurt!
Sounds real nice and clear!
 
Yer welcome !  Still slogging away.  Just finished the full run through. Total of 22 sides played times 3 times each.  Sides 1 & 2 were bad on both sets, so I bought one more, but the 5 Lp set (from another vendor) instead of the 7 hoping to get a different part of the run.    Nope, all three although the one from the 5 piece set is the most tolerable.  All three Side 1's have the same stamper but Side 2 has two different ones. I have to return one 7 and the 5 now.  Sigh.  Now I have to redo the 2017 set, with this new cart.  I'll have a pretty good idea of the differences after all this.  What is really nice is that the outtakes and demos are the really, really good stuff.  I like many of them better than the finals.  More thoughts to come on this album. I also put in an order for the über set, but I'm still thinking about not getting it with these defects.  Lot's of emailing in my immediate future.  Sigh, again ...

and almost a full quart of various cleaning solutions.
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Posted: Aug 14, 2021 - 8:58pm

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Revolver, All Things Must Pass, ......   sweet.

As for Patti Boyd, seems like cocaine and especially alcohol played leading roles in outcomes.

FWIW, a neighbour divorced his wife and the mother of his children in order to marry his ex-wife's best friend.  These folks are bikers if that matters, I am not sure.

I don't pretend to understand it all being more of a until death do us part, monogamous kinda guy.  


Yep. Drugs and alcohol. I don't get it.
I have a couple of friends I avoided many years ago who were involved in all kinds of nasty stuff.
To their credit, they got clean and are doing better. But, boy did they age badly. They can't believe I'm almost 67. They look like 70+++ and they're younger than I am.
No thanks.
I'm with you on the one time for both of us two... too. 

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