This month we have another 190 records uploaded onto the website for you to choose from. As usual a wide selection of new stock has been added and this reflects on the varied collections which have been bought in and which are continually being offered to us. Care has to be taken to mainly buy the best quality items, but occasionally rare items become available which cannot be overlooked even though perhaps they have seen better days.
This is true for several of the more desirable items this month, but rest assured the grading given will reflect the appropriate quality of the item and this will of course be reflected in the price. An example of these include the very rare Rolling Stones LP, “Let It Bleed”, which is an early pressing and has the elusive poster still included. The Cream’s “Wheels Of Fire”, The Who’s “Live At Leeds” and Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid” all fall into the same bracket of rare items not necessarily in tip-top condition, but desirable from a collecting perspective.
Demand for vinyl from the 80s and 90s is still very high and this month around 60 titles have been added from these two decades, including some lovely “Now That’s What I Call Music” compilations.
Rock LPs still remain the most popular sellers and some classic titles from Bad Company, Dr.John, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd are amongst new stock this month.
Several new 180-gram re-issues of classic albums have been added to the 2000s category.
All of the new additions can be found in the Recently Added Records category and they are listed in Genre order starting with the Soul / Disco additions and working through in reverse alphabetical order.