USED VINYL

Used Vinyl

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the easy street six-pack!

Check out the this week's six-pack of choice vinyl! 

The Unspoken Word
Tuesday, April 19th (1968)

”This Long Island band's much-loved psych-folk debut originally appeared in 1968. A wonderfully melodic distillation of classic pop tunes, introspective lyrics and glorious femme vocals … an essential purchase for all lovers of soft psychedelia.” - (Amazon) Stamped promo w/gatefold. - $30

Bobby Hutcherson
Stick-Up! (1966)

Mono Blue Note pressing w/promo sticker! - $200

Nina Simone
Jazz As Played In An Exclusive Side Street Club (1958)

1958 mono pressing on Bethlehem. Debut album. - $40

Green Lyte Sunday
Green Lyte Sunday (1969)

”This album is very much of its time, and pieces of what was going on in rock music at the time pop in and out of these songs in a way few bands were able to combine successfully. There's detailed jazz-rock arrangements a la Blood, Sweat and Tears, but with Fifth Dimension-esque vocals; the wah-wah guitar of rock power trios fighting with flute for mix time; and somewhat Lydia Pense-ish takes on a couple covers from Laura Nyro's Eli and the Thirteenth Confession album.” Isthmus.com- $30

Richard Brautigan
Listening To Richard Brautigan (1970)

Richard Brautigan was a novelist, poet, and short story writer born in Tacoma who was best known for his 1967 novel, Trout Fishing In America. "Listening to Richard Brautigan began as a spoken-word record album project at Zapple, a subsidiary of The Beatle's Apple Corps Ltd. record label, but was never completed. Resurrected by Harvest Records, it contained poems, anecdotes, and telephones." - $50

Salvation
Gypsy Carnival Caravan (1968)

From http://hildemollerknag.blogspot.com: "Legendary album from this late ‘60s San Francisco acid rock outfit. Long acid-soaked workouts featuring ripping fuzz guitars, organ and occasional reeds (supplied by a young Tom Scott. Salvation was formed in 1967 by singer Al Linde and guitarist Joe Tate, who first met while students at the University of Washington." - $50

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What We Love...

We love to buy vinyl records in very good or better condition. We're especially interested in rock, punk rock, new wave, hip-hop, soul/R&B, country, jazz, blues, reggae, exotica, heavy metal, international, rockabilly & oldies, psych-rock, prog-rock, imports and recent vinyl releases of all types. We buy 33s, 45s, CDs, & DVDs as well as select 78s, cassettes & 8-tracks. We don't buy VHS tapes.