My Playlists: When Vinyl Ruled

I had a sudden hankering for some classic rock  and the voices of Ian Hunter, Eric Burdon and Rod Argent, so I dug out an old set of mixes, “When Vinyl Ruled”  Plus, I still think Mott the Hoople is an awesome band name. Sadly, most songs are not in the Spotify database so there is no point sharing the link.

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Author: InteractThis

I am a woman of many moods and each one has her own soundtrack.

4 thoughts on “My Playlists: When Vinyl Ruled”

  1. Of course you still own said LPs, plus your old Pioneer turntable (w/ that 1983 latest-n-greatest-bragging-rights-worthy Audio Technica stylus), so Spotify’s glaring omissions shouldn’t matter to you personally, right?

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    1. I have two turntables, a Dual and this other thing that I can use to digitize the LP. And yes, I still own the first album I ever bought. So I am covered, I just wish I could share easier although all of these playlists I have digitized as well.

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      1. Which begs the question, what was your 1st? Mine was Deep Purple, Made in Japan, followed soon thereafter by KISS Alive I (5th/6th grade?) Obviously I still have all mine too… but now it’s less about playing and mostly about a dream of mine: to build my own listening room in which I plan on using all the LP covers I still have to wallpaper the walls. It would so rule.

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