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vinyl recomendations?

Postby Simon B » Sat Sep 17, 2005 2:52 pm

because I am of the cd generation and to a degree have a less apreciation of just how awesome vinyll is I was wondering peoples thoughts on what some essential vinyl listening should be..... so far I have three..... dark side of the moon, sgt peppers..... and the third one I am intrigued by more then an essential would be tubular bells by mike oldfeild...... any other suggestions would be great.... now leeds to the problem..... I am finding it harder and harder to find vinyl I check out secnd hand shops... but I would like to aprciate the art work and origal mastering processing so I would like to find a place people recomend for buying vinyl....

I dont know I go through a phase once a month about completly absorbing myself in the music and not listening as much too technical details and just apreciating..

any help would be appreciated.
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Postby Kris » Sat Sep 17, 2005 6:04 pm

Dick Smith Electronics at Warringah Mall carries a bunch of vinyl. Not sure it's from the original master or a newly created cd master but you could try it. Otherwise go around to your parents and their friends houses. I'm sure you'll find loads of vinyl there.
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Postby Jason Dirckze » Sat Sep 17, 2005 6:40 pm

www.gemm.com serves me well...
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