|Album||Crime Slunk Scene LE|
|This vinyl was purchased through Buckethead’s website (bucketheadpikes.com). This is a special release in a limited edition with some other personalized items from the man himself. Each one of these vinyls were numbered and autographed by the artist. I just wanted to share this treasure with the community.|
|Album||Daydreamin’ On A Rainy Day|
|Artist||David from Sesame Street|
|David was always my favorite. Well may be after Oscar The Grouch!|
|Album||Western Union Sound Of Love|
|Artist||The Five Americans|
|It was Jesse’s first record ever. No one forgets their first album, and like any teenager who loves their music, played it over and over and over again. So much so, that his dad (my grandpa) got furious about it and yelled that if he played the record one more time he would break it. My dad played it, because how could he not ever listen to his favorite again? My grandpa was true to his word and destroyed it.
My dad wasn’t allowed to purchase a new vinyl record one after that. He couldn’t find another one after he was older and allowed to buy records once again. He was beyond words when I gifted it to him yesterday.
Christine (Jesse’s Daughter) purchased this record for her father and told me about the story behind it. After hearing about her gift to her father and his back story about it I had to post it. I was moved.
|Taylor Swift - 1989
It's a Mover
|The Chronic was part of my early exposure to Hip Hop. It was the first album to introduce me to Snoop Dogg and Deathrow Records. Nothing but fond memories of listening to that record. I love the Dr. Dre G-Funk slow groove sound with all the Parliament and Funkalelic samples.
Who knows if you stop in at Mad Mikes Tattoo and Piercing you could possibly hear some of those mellow grooves.
|The beach boys, endless summer. I've always vibed with the beach boys, and I wondered, man where do they get all this positive mojo from? Then i came to the west coast and it all started to make sense. Like that one edge piece that you kept looking at upside down was finally flipped right side up. Anyway the moral of this post is that this album is great and I would recommend it to anyone trying to lift their spirits.|
|Brand New "Deja Entendu" I really enjoy the cover art of this album. I remember listening to it as a teenager. It holds up.|