Showing posts with label LP. Show all posts
Showing posts with label LP. Show all posts

Sunday, February 16, 2020

LP Bin Record Cabinet


I was looking for plans to build one of thee but at these prices I'll buy one or two.. I detest looking at spines. This is perfect.



Tuesday, August 23, 2016

ASHES TO LP - REST IN VINYL

Not to be morbid but when we die we should go in style. 
The Process
1.Die 
2. Cremated
3. Ashes pressed to vinyl

 

Basic Package: Up to 30 Discs

Includes Standard R.I.V artwork with your name, d.o.b. & d.o.d. on cover & labels. The audio must be supplied by you. This can be music, a vocal recording or complete silence to let loved ones hear your pops & clicks and should be no more than 24 minutes.
1. Confirm with us your location and the viability of these services in your area
2. Identify a family member or a chosen representative who will accompany you (your ashes) to the pressing of your records
3. Establish audio and cover art content
4. Attend the mastering of your record
5. Receive playable proof sample of your record and cover
6. Die
7. Get cremated
8. Your family member or chosen representative books and attends the sprinkling and pressing of your records
9. Your chosen recipients will be sent details of where to collect their copy of your personal record
10. Live on from beyond the groove

Monday, April 27, 2015

Everyday Is Record Store Day

Pick up some vinyl around the corner from my house today. 
Well Stacey bought them for me 8-)
I've wanted this Congo Man record by Sparrow ever since Byron played it for me. Brilliant Calypso. 
 I've never purchased a bad Hugh Masekela record and couldn't resist an album called Techno Bush.
Also picked up a couple Moog records. These are classics.


 Picked this one up for the cover. Hope it doesn't suck.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

VW LP Hauler

This is for my VW fan friends out there. 

Friday, May 22, 2009

Virgin Vinyl ?



I love this ad. Not exactly sure what they mean but. It reminded me of a story about the Caribbean music scene. Island music is great whether Caribbean, Tahitian, Balinese, or Bahamas. The tragedy is what I heard about Jamaica. They don't have alot of money for producing records so for the records that don't sell they were melted down and reused. This is a travesty. Prince Buster of Jamaice doesn't even have a copy of every song he ever made for this very reason. That is sad because he ran his own record label. I'll stop ranting and give you another glimpse of the twins.....