more recordsPopped into Record Fayre today and picked up a few records.  While I’m not one to be fussed with collecting different versions and such likes, I replaced my German WB press of ZZ Top’s Fandango with the very nice London one (with the nice plum labels).  The record itself is near mint, so I couldn’t leave it sitting there – could I?

I’d also been looking for another Elvis album and spotted this pretty excellent 40 Greatest Hits collection for a mere £2.  A no-brainer, really.  It’s an album that my parental units owned and the album that I’d used to create a mixtape (a good ol’ C-60) when I was discovering the sounds of that side-burned greaser.  So yeah, I’m fond of this one …

… the Dolly collection was my wife’s choice.  A fine one, too.  It’s about time we had a Dolly record.

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8 thoughts on “ZZ Top, Elvis and Dolly!

    1. I was pleased as punch by these finds until I got home and gave the Elvis one a spin. Few scratches on both records that I really didn’t think would disrupt the listening, but turns out the first record is virtually unplayable. Still, It’s a record I’ve seen often enough to replace it. And I will.

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    1. Hey – cheers for dropping by! The Record Fayre is always bound to throw some nice wee gems at you (can’t remember the last time I left there without picking something up).

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      1. Your welcome! Your site looks great. Can’t wait to read more about your collection.

        I’m the same. Last time I went in I got a Yngwie Malmsteen record I’d been looking for for ages. Great condition and great price. That shop seems to have been there forever too! They must be doing something right!

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      2. Cheers! Appreciated!

        I actually used to go there for CDs and tapes when I was a teenager and it’s been grand going back after a good decade or so of walking by and saying “I used to go there for CDs and tapes when I was a teenager!”

        … but aye, I’m fond of the place and reckon it’s one of the best for picking up a bargain.

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