I flip through record bins everywhere I go. Thrift stores, bookstores, record stores. Everybody knows this. Naturally, I expect to find the best records in the record stores and the worst records in the thrift stores, but that's not always the case.
Remember that Robert Mitchum record I snagged at a local bookstore last week? There were boxes and boxes of $1 records stacked on the ground but I was meeting my son for lunch and didn't have time to crawl around thumbing through vinyl.
Today, I made time.
|Harpo by Harpo Marx (Mercury Wing MGW 12164, 1964)|
|Delirium in Hi-Fi by Elsa Popping and her Pixieland Band (Andre Popp) (Columbia WL 106, 1958)|
|Homer and Jethro at the Convention (RCA Victor LPM-2492, 1962)|
|The Mermaid Theatre presents Lock Up Your Daughters (Decca LK 4320, 1959)|
|Bill Carty Blasts Off! (Stereoddities CC-1, 1961)|
|Relaxing Body and Mind by Milton Feher (Folkways Records FX 6191, 1962)|
|Havana, 3 a.m. by Perez Prado and His Orchestra (RCA Victor LPM-1257, 1956)|
|At the Drop of a Hat by Flanders and Swann (Angel Records 35797, 1959)|