“Eclectic” is a good word to describe this week’s roundup of online auction action. Not only was this a week dominated by large-quantity lots, it also showed the power of classical music with inspired buyers.
The prices that Elvis’ fans are happy to pay for his albums, posters and memorabilia show he’s still alive and well in the collectors’ market.
Elvis may have left the planet, but he’s still finding his way around the online auction circuit just fine, thank you, thank you very much.
London Records literally rock Richard Kaplan’s world. The collector has been snapping up records since 1966.
A quadraphonic test pressing of excerpts from Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” on one side and Dvorak’s “Symphony No. 8” on the other.
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.
What’s the story behind a 1976 copy of Jimmy Buffett’s “Havana Daydreaming” LP with no songs listed on the back?
Half the fun of watching the online auction scene, which, for the first time in a long time, includes an appearance by The Doors in Goldmine’s Top Ten.
Collecting advice to Goldmine readers
“Charlie Parker with Strings” might not be the rarest of his Mercury releases but, as many collectors will tell you, finding any “complete” album is considered a stroke of luck.