There’s still time to pick up our June 2011 issue on the newsstand now.
In the ’50s you could stroll over to Woolworth’s record department and for 99 cents buy a 10-inch LP of what was then current on the national hit parade charts.
Check out all the vinyl events for the month of June 2011 … and beyond!
This week save on a great guide about record collecting
“Blonde on Blonde” changed music forever, and Bob Dylan is still singing it, still living it, stuck on the roller coaster with the Memphis blues again.
Guitarist Peter Buck shares his feelings about the band’s new album … and his record collection
Elegant table-top collection, following up the worldwide success of THE BEATLES Box Of Vision, will be available in time for Father’s Day.
Whether you’re adding to your collection or trimming down to make room for a new Holy Grail, consult Goldmine’s Standard Catalog of American Records 1948-1991.
Five stars to whom? Conventional wisdom is something one should always be careful about, in politics and in record collecting.
There’s a reason why music collectors and audiophiles have long looked to the Land of the Rising Sun for hard-to-find LPs, CDs and exotic stereo gear.