"Vinyl Rewind" Dust & Grooves Book Review & Creator Interview (TV Episode ) - IMDbI recently became separated from a rather large compact disc collection. We live in the Digital Age, so this is theoretically not a problem; almost everything I listened to on CD is available on demand through the ever expanding selection of streaming music services--Spotify, Deezer, Amazon Prime Music, and dozens of others. But have you ever stared into empty search box? Sometimes it's staring into the abyss, a soul-scraping job. You know you like music, a lot of music, music that has been integral to the phases and changes of your life. But nothing comes, and you feel as if strata of your past have been paved over. That's just something you need to stumble upon.
King Britt Talks Vinyl With Dust & Grooves
Review: Dust & Grooves: Adventures In Record Collecting
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Every record collector needs a good bookshelf, but sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start. While lists of music books are ten a penny online, very few really deal with the physical records themselves. That said, the selection below includes a mix of general interest vinyl goodness, coffee table tomes, photo books, music theory and artist, label and scene specific collections that should form the basis of a strong music library. Disco: An encyclopedic guide to the cover art of disco records Ed. Alongside their stellar range of reissues and compilations, Soul Jazz have been cornered the market for large format music books. One of our own, but no less essential for fans os the trail-blazing UK outfit or the Bristol scene from which their came , 3D and the Art Of Massive Attack charts how Robert Del Naja crafted an identity for the band from Wild Bunch-era graffiti culture to iconoclastic audio visual live shows.
Packaging should be the same as what is found in a groovea store, although there are some longer pieces farther into the book, anecdotes? Friend Reviews. With a forward by Tony Wilson himself, the book is organized as an illustrated catalogue, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. A peek into the worlds of more than vinyl record collectors in their most intimate of environments--their record rooms--it combines compelling photographic essa. From my Booksville Blogspot book review site: "What you will find here is not your typical result of intensive interviews.
The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. If you love vinyl you will be absolutely floored by this awesomely illustrated book! This is a coffee table book that all your friends will marvel over, even if they aren't record collectors. Eilon's lavishly illustrated book features some pretty stunning collections and well written narratives of why each owner collects vinyl. You will pick this book up over and over again to read and browse through the beautiful pictures.