Longtime reader Bob Russell of of New Jersey has been part of Goldmine’s collecting family since the 1980s. He collects everything from guitars and amps to old discs — and he’ll even give you a sneak peek with his video tour.
Whatever it is that rocks your world but continues to elude your grasp, we wanna know!
The Doors are one heck of an influential band. But don’t expect their collectibles to leapfrog past those of fellow ’60s artists The Beatles any time soon.
The Medford, N.J., collector/illustrator hasn’t missed an issue of this magazine since 1985
We have decided to go back into the Goldmine vault, digging up interesting articles — before anything was digitally archived — and post them online for the first time.
It’s been 10 years of false starts, almost deals and record company dissolutions, but England’s own Uriah Heep is finally back with a new studio album, Wake The Sleeper. Best of all? It’s out on vinyl!
With patience and luck, it’s a breeze to find overlooked jazz LPs for a song.
Given the number of labels Porcupine Tree and Steven Wilson have called home, it should go without saying that the band has left an enormous amount of collectibles in the wake of its recordings.
Nothing is more important in determining the value of your records than their condition! However, I’ve found that most people with collections or accumulations have an inflated sense of the condition of their discs. So, what’s the scoop behind the ratings and prices?