Collecting vinyl records since I was 6 years old.
Played drums since I was 9 years old.
Records, albums, vinyl & concerts... "ARE" my hobby.
A passionate avid zealot and devoted fanatic of Pink Floyd vinyl.
Motto: "How to collect Pink Floyd records properly"
Lesson #1: "Simply buy them all."

℗ © ™ ℠ ® ▷ △ ◁ ∇ Δ ◊ ∆ ↔ ⋮ ● ɪ ─◁
https://fsymbols.com/generators/strikethrough/
https://support.discogs.com/hc/en-us/articles/360007331734-How-Can-I-Format-Text-
http://cvinyl.com/labelguides/arista.php
ⓤ ¿ ¡ ¢ § † ♥ ♦ ✩ ★ ✪ ✫ ✯ ✡ ⚝ ⚹ ✵ ❉ ❋ ✺ ✹ ✸ ✶ ✷ ✵ ✴ ✳ ✲ ✱ ✧ ✦ ⍟ ⊛ ⁕ ❃ ❂ ✼ ✻ ✰ ⍣ ✭ ± ■ ∴ № Λ A̶B̶C̶D̶E̶F̶G̶H̶I̶J̶K̶L̶M̶N̶O̶P̶Q̶R̶S̶T̶U̶V̶W̶X̶Y̶Z̶ a̶b̶c̶d̶e̶f̶g̶h̶i̶j̶k̶l̶m̶n̶o̶p̶q̶r̶s̶t̶u̶v̶w̶x̶y̶z̶ 1̶2̶3̶4̶5̶6̶7̶8̶9̶0̶ ☑ ☐ ✔

Numbers found on US Mercury/Polydor/PolyGram and related labels
6 = All Disc Records, Inc.
11 = Unknown
16 = Sonic Recording Products, Inc. (prior to 1975)
16 = Goldisc Recording Products, Inc. (prior to 1983)
016 = Electrosound Group Midwest, Inc. (1983 and later)
18 = Presswell
19 = Bestway Products Inc.
22 = Allied Record Company
24 = Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
25 = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
26 = PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA
27 = Alshire Custom Products
28 = Rainbo Records
30 = Peter Pan Industries (1977 and later)
49 = Specialty Records Corporation
53 = Keel Mfg. Corp. (prior to 1979)
53 = Hauppauge Record Manufacturing Ltd. (1981 and later)
54 = Shelley Products
56 = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
57 = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Carrollton, GA
60 = Sound Makers
70 = RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
72 = PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN
73 = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
74 = Electrosound Group Midwest, Inc.
75 = GRT Record Pressing
76 = Hub-Servall Record Mfg. Corp.

Letters found on US A&M Records, Gold Mountain, I.R.S. Records, and related
A = Goldisc Recording Products, Inc.
B = Electrosound Group Midwest, Inc.
C = Monarch Record Mfg. Co. (through 1984)
C = Electrosound Los Angeles (1985 - 1986)
R = RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
W = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Carrollton, GA
X = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
Y = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
Z = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria

Letters found on US Atlantic Records and affiliated
AM = American Record Pressing Co. (Atlantic/Atco)
AR = Allied Record Company
BW = Bestway Products Inc.
CLA = Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
CP = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
CSM = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
CT / CTH = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
DCE: (Decca Custom East) = MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
DCW: (Decca Custom West) = MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville
FT = Fidelatone Mfg.
GR = Goldisc Recording Products, Inc.
LY = Shelley Products
ME = Not identified
MG = MGM Custom Record Division
MO = Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
MS = Not identified
PL = Plastic Products (7"s only - until 1976)
PP = Peter Pan Industries
PR = Presswell
RI = PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN
SO = Sonic Recording Products, Inc.
SP = Specialty Records Corporation
SRP = Sonic Recording Products, Inc.
VGRP = Goldisc Recording Products, Inc.
VSRP = Sonic Recording Products, Inc.
WM = Midwest Record Pressing, Inc.

Letters found on US London Records 1960s - 1970s
AL = Audio Manufacturing Record Co.
ARP = American Record Pressing Co.
BW = Bestway Products Inc.
CJ = Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Jacksonville
DG = Decca Records Pressing Plant, Gloversville
DP = Decca Records Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville
EV = "Edited Version"
GL = MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
K = MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville
M = Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
P = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
PH = Philips Recording Company, Inc. (between 1970 to April 1972)
PH = PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN (after April 1972)
PK = MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville
PP = Peter Pan Industries
SH = Shelley Products
TH = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
VX = Goldisc Recording Products, Inc. (part of Viewlex, 1975 to 1979)
W = H.V. Waddell Co.

A&M RECORDS LABEL CODES
X = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
Y or y = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
Z = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
W = Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Carrollton, GA
C = Monarch Record Mfg. Co. (pre-1985), Electrosound Los Angeles (1985-86)
B = Electrosound Group Midwest, Inc.
R = RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
W = H.V. Waddell Co. (Not on Atlantic Releases)

Cover "Slick" Numbers LP’s from Factory Approximate Dates Used
2 Scranton 1963-1967
3 Scranton, Columbia 1963-1969
4 Jacksonville 1965-1967
5 Los Angeles 1963-1966
6 Los Angeles, Winchester 1963-1970
7 Columbia c. 1969
8 Decca 1965-1966
9 Jacksonville 1967-1972r
10 Scranton 1965
11 Winchester 1975-1978
12 Winchester 1970-1978
13 Winchester 1972r-1978
14 ? Not known
15 ? Not known
16 Jacksonville; Longines 1968-1972
17 Jacksonville 1975-1972r (sometimes later)
18 Los Angeles 1970-1972r
19 Los Angeles 1971-1972r
20 ? Not known
21 Winchester c. 1970

Warner Bros. Label Configuration

Mono:
1958-62 - Grey label, black WB Shield and black 33 1/3 at bottom outlined in yellow.
1962-66 - Grey label, black WB Shield and black 33 1/3 at bottom outlined in white.
1966-67 - Gold Label, MONAURAL at bottom.

Stereo:
1958-65 - Gold label with VITAPHONIC LONG PLAY at bottom
1965-67 - Gold label, VITAPHONIC wording deleted.
1967-70* - Green Label, Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records at top, with W7 logo under that.
1970-73 - Green Label, Warner Bros. Records at top, with WB Shield below.
1973-75** - Burbank Palm Trees label with no mention of Warner Communications in rimtext.
1975-78*** - Burbank Palm Trees label with Warner Communications wording and WCI logo in rimtext.
- 91505 zip code in rimtext used from 1974 - 1976.
- 91510 zip code in rimtext used beginning 1976.
1978-83 - Tan label w/ narrow horizontal lines
1983+ - White label, large WB shield at top and "ghosted" gray shields floating in the background.

* The W7 logo would have been to January 1970, after February the shield returned. However, some Columbia plants had W7 labels they "burned off" well into the summer.

** The palm trees labels (which kicked in during the Mar-Apr 1973 period) had no WCI logo up to spring 1975. And of those with the WCI logo, around the 2nd quarter of 1975 the WB shield logo looked as it had up to that point; after the 3rd quarter, the shield logo variant with the 'RECORDS' banner across it was introduced.

*** The 91505 zip code was on Columbia pressings, which was applicable to Warners' pressings into 1977 and some late 1978/early '79 45's; also seen on 45 pressings by PRC and Shelley Products. The 91510 zip code was largely confined to Capitol pressings, though some by Monarch had it too.

U.S. PRESSING PLANTS

Sun Plastics, East Newark, NJ (now make plastic bags) 11mm (very faint) 70mm outer
Synthetic Plastics Company, Newark, NJ (SPC) [owned Audio Mfg. Record Co. [AL] &
Peter Pan Industries [PP] 22/24/68mm [1949-?] (##S - ## = year)
Decca Records Pressing Plant, Gloversville, NY [stick 1 fig. or ◉] 25mm 1953-1966
Decca Records Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville, IL [2] 25mm 1958-66 ◆ or ★ on B side label matrix
MCA Records, Gloversville, NY 回-G-回 (DCE - Decca East until 1966) 25mm [1953-2005]
MCA Records, Pinckneyville, IL ◈-P-◈ (DCW - Decca West until 1966) 25mm [1958-2007]
RCA Records, Indianapolis, IN (I) 25mm (after 1968-70) [1939-87] (see 70mm)
RCA Records, Rockaway, NJ (R) 1954 until 1969-70 ---25mm After 1968-70---73mm
RCA Records, Hollywood, CA (H) 25mm (after 1970-71) [1947-76] (see 70mm)
Allied Record Company, Los Angeles (22, AR, WEA, EAST or "a") 26mm (also 35/69) [B-00000]
KM Records, Burbank, CA (KM-#####) (KM+) 28mm [70mm muffin top on some]
Midwest Record Pressing, Inc., Chicago, IL (MW, STM) 28mm (pressed for Chess, Cadet
Southern Plastics, Memphis, TN (SO) 29mm (some Liberty Blue Notes)
PRCW - PRC West, Compton, CA 29/70mm (muffin top)
QCA Custom Pressing, Cincinatti, OH (QCA) 29mm
United Record Pressing, Nashville, TN (u) 29/70mm or 33/73mm
Gotta Groove Records, Cleveland, OH 30/72mm
Alshire Custom Products, Burbank, CA (Alshire) 31mm [closed 90s] (also 29/68mm?)
MGM Records (Verve) Bloomfield, NJ [block "S" , ankh, sailor's cap, or T stamp] 31mm
Verve Records (MGM) Bloomfield, NJ 31mm
Rainbo Records, Santa Monica, CA [before 2006] 31.5/70mm [faint muffin top, S-XXXXX]
Rainbo Records, Canoga Park, CA [after 2006] 31.5/70mm [faint muffin top, S-XXXXX]
Record Technology Incorporated, Carmarillo, CA 31.7mm for (3) 180-gram LPs
Record Technology Incorporated, Carmarillo, CA 31.7/70mm for (2) standard weight LPs
H.V. Waddell, Burbank, CA [W, WC] 31.7mm from late 1970's to 1985
Brooklyn Phono, Brooklyn, NY (brooklynphono) 32/64mm [opened in 2003]
Presswell Records, Ancora, NJ (PR) 32/70mm
Independent Record Pressing, Bordentown, NJ [IRP] 33mm [IRP] [2015 - present]
Wakefield Manufacturing, Phoenix, AZ (tulip stamp) 33/63mm or 33/70mm or 33/85mm
Quality Record Pressings, Salinas, KS (QRP) 33mm [some w/ 70mm outer ring] c. 2011
Memphis Record Pressing, Memphis, TN 33/70mm [MRPXXXXX] (2014-present)
Sound Makers Records Manufacturing Co. Westville, NJ 35mm [ 1978 - ?]
ElectroSound Group Midwest, Shelbyville, IN (EMW or a "B" on label} 35mm
Monarch Pressing Plant, LA, CA (MO) 35mm (after 1976-77)(△) XXXXX
ElectroSound Los Angeles [ELA] 35mm [1985-'86] Formerly Monarch
Europadisk USA, Queens, NY (EDP) 35/70mm (1977-2005) (Carthage, EMI)
Hauppauge Record Manufacturing, (HRM, ⟷ , pennant)
35/70mm) 1981-'89 (was Keel until 1981)
Hub - Servall Record Mfg. Corp., Cranbury, NJ (HuB) 35/70mm [muffin top] closed 2004
Memphis Record Pressing, Memphis, TN (MRP)
33/70 [MRP-XXXXX] (bought by gzvinyl 2015)
Plastic Products, Memphis, TN (PP) 35/70mm [Atlantic, Kudu]
Specialty Record Company, Olyphant, PA (SP, SRC stamp) 35/70mm 1946-1996
Superior Record Pressing Corp., Somerdale, NJ [TC, TVC, TCVA]
35/70mm [1971-1979] (muffin)
Superior Record Pressing Corp., Tempe, Arizona [SRPCW]
35/70mm [1979-1991] (muffin)
North American Musical Industries (NAMI) of Pittsburgh
38mm (Nov. 1973-'80 used Scranton anvil)
Allied Record Company, LA, CA (22, AR, WEA, E A S T in label)
35/69mm bought by WEA in '76 [ɑ, B-00000]
Capitol Records, Los Angeles [*] 39mm [1947-1988] (faint 19mm inner)
Capitol Records, Scranton, PA [anvil stamp, IAM in triangle]
39mm [1946-73] [anvil 'til '64, then IAM in triangle]
Capitol Records, Jacksonville, IN [0] 38mm [1965-1987]
Capitol Records, Winchester, VA [----<, W]
36mm [1968-1986] (faint 13mm inner) 39mm (some seen) [1968-1986]
Columbia Pressing Plant, Carrolltown, GA (G1, XG) 69mm [1981-1991] [faint 11mm inner)
Columbia Pressing Plant, Bridgeport, CT (CLB or BP or --)
69mm 1923-1964 [deep groove until '61]
Columbia Pressing Plant, Hollywood, CA (H) 69mm 1939-1964] [deep groove until '61]
Columbia Pressing Plant, Pittman, NJ (CP, P Ԁ ) 69mm [1960-1986]
Columbia Pressing Plant, Terre Haute, IN (CT, CTH, T)
69mm [1953-1982] [deep groove until ?]
Columbia Pressing Plant, Santa Maria, CA (S, SX, X, CSM)
69mm [1963-1981] [deep groove until '61]
Columbia Pressing Plant, Bridgeport, CT (CLB or BP or --) 71mm [1923-1964]
Abbey Record Manufacturing Comp. East Newark, NJ (AB, ab, aB)
70mm [1954-?] [Elektra, Prestige, Vanguard]
All Disc Records, Inc., Roselle, NJ (AD, 33, 22, 44, 66, 77, 114)
70mm [1960-1981] [6 on label] [UA/Liberty]
Allentown Record Co. Inc. [Allentown, PA.] [ARC, AL]
70mm [1947-1980s] [ARC w/date xx-xx-xx]
Audio Manufacturing Record Co., Lakewood, NJ [AL] This is the pre-cursor to............
Peter Pan Industries [PP, after '75] 70mm [1967-'75] (pressed London, Phase 4)
Bestway Products, Mountainside, NJ (BW, B/W) 70mm
Connoisseur Record Corp., Kearny, New Jersey 70mm [Roulette and subsidiaries]
Premier Custom Pressing, Clifton, NJ 70mm [1962-72] (five pointed star)
RCA Records, Hollywood, CA (H) 70mm (1937-1971) (deep groove)
RCA Records, Indianapolis, IN (I) 70mm [until 1968-70] (deep groove)
National Record Pressing, Inc., Richmond, IN 70mm [1958-61] (deep groove)
Mercury Record Manufacturing Co. Richmond, IN 70mm [1966-1970] 35/70mm after 1977
Philips Recording Company, Richmond, IN (RI, 72, PR, PRC, PH)
70mm [1970-1972] 35/75mm early 1974-90 (70mm before '74)
PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN (RI, 72, PR, PRC, PH)
35-75mm (1974-90) (1972-74 35/70mm) 70mm [1972-74]
Richmond Record Pressing, Richmond IN (RR, MR, RFR) 70mm [1961-1966] (deep groove)
Keel Manufacturing, Hauppauge, NY 70mm closer to71mm [closed '81 became Hauppauge]
Sonic Recording Products (SON, SOL, SO) From the '50s until '75 then changed name to
Goldisc Recording Products, Inc. Holbrook, Long Island, NY (GD, GOL) 70mm ('75 TO '83)
Southern Plastics, Memphis, TN (SO) 70mm [United Record Pressing since '71]
Superior Record Pressing Corp., Somerdale, NJ [TC, TVC, TCVA]
70mm (until '71, after 35/70mm)
UA/Liberty [All Disc Records], Roselle, NJ [22, 33, 43, 66, 114]
70mm [114 - Blue Note, Soul City]
True Sound Manufacturing Corp. (ABC Records) [TSM, TZM, TϟM]
(very faint) 11mm/ 70mm [Hauppauge, Long Island, NY]
H.V. Waddell Co. - Burbank, CA (W or WC) 70mm [1964-67, deep groove] (BN/Liberty)
72.5mm [1958-1964 and 1970-1977] 72.5/91.5mm [1967-1970]
Custom Record Manufacturing, Los Angeles, CA 73mm [Crown, Modern, Kent, 3.5" label]
Monarch Record Mfg. Co. Los Angeles, CA (MO)(MR)
70 or 73mm [35mm >1979-80] (△ XXXXX)
Rainbo Records for Capitol Records (S-#####) BEFORE 2006 73mm
UA/Liberty West Coast [Research Craft], Los Angeles, CA 73mm
Prosound Inc. 28mm/ 70mm
Shelley products (Labels: "SH") Runouts: "SH", "Shelly", "Ƨ" 70mm

OTHER COUNTRIES PRESSING PLANTS

1) MPO Moulages et Plastiques de l’Ouest, Averton, France [MPO]
15/25/33mm [three concentric rings] or 33mm
2) London Records, UK pressing 19mm
3) Deutsche Grammophon, Phonodisc, Hanover, Germany (320) 20mm
[Philips, DG, et. al.] [Same as Phonodisc]
4) Polydor France, Paris 20mm [center is bare vinyl with no label on top]
5) Australian Record Company, LTD. Sydney, AU-24-28 deep groove [1953-77] [MX XXXXX]
6) Polygram Record Service GMBH, Hannover, Germany----20/83mm [1978-1999]
(outsourced after 1991)
7) RCA Record Factory, Rome, Italy 26mm [also 33mm]
8) Precision Records, Ontario, Canada 28/38/70mm [1961-?] pressed for ARC
9) CBS/Columbia Internacional, S.A., Mexico City 29mm (very faint muffin top 70mm)
10) Record Industry, Haarlem, Holland 29mm raised ring [1998-present] (XXXXX 1A)
11) Deutsche Grammophon, Hamburg, Germany 30mm [Mfd in Hamburg, Germany]
12) Electrecord, Bucharest, Romania 30mm [1932-present]
13) Polydor K.K. Todyo, Japan 30mm [Japanese Verve]
14) Polydor Ltd. UK 30mm
15) Fonobras, Distribuidora Fonografica Brasileira LTDA, Brasil
30/39/85mm (EMI/Polygram) [1985-present]
16) Phonoster, Tribiano, Italy (520 in runout) 30/85mm (1956-'80)
17) Polygram, Tribiano, Italy (520 in runout) 30/85mm (1980-'85)
18) PhonoComp, Tribiano, Italy (520 in runout) 30/85mm (1985-'99)
19) Phonogram International B.V., Baarn, NL 30/88mm (1971-present) [Polygram, Philips]
20) Victor Company Japan (Early MFSL releases) 31.7/45mm (muffin top)
21) Ariola Eurodisc GmbH, Munich Germany 32mm
22) Dureco (Dutch Record Company), Naarden, NL 32mm (1952-1998)
23) EMI Music France (Paris, France) 32mm [for. EMI Pathe Marconi] [1990-2013]
24) EMI (New Zealand) Limited, Auckland, NZ 32mm [1972-present]
25) gzvinyl, Lodenice, Czech Republic 32mm [E1/A and E2/B in matrix]
26) Pallas Group, Diepholz, Germany 32mm (concentric rings in label) -XXXXX-
27) Optimal Media GmbH, Robel/Muritz, Germany 32mm [BY XXXXX, Y = the year A=2010)
28) CBS Pressing Plant, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, UK 32/63mm (1964-1980)
29) Victor Company Of Japan, Ltd. Yokohama, Japan [111, 112, 132]
32mm [1927-present] [early MFSL]
30) Celebrate Records GmbH, Stolberg, Germany [2002-present]
33mm (ECM) [XXXXXX 00] 00=masterer
31) Columbia Italy (pressed by EMI Italiana) S.p.A. (Milan, Italy) 33mm
32) RCA Record Factory, Rome, Italy 33mm [usually 26mm]
33) Hungaroton (Hungary) 32mm
34) Iberofon, S.A., Madrid, Spain [#N#] 33mm [#N# DM/DMI/DMM] (1959-2014
35) Melodya Records, USSR 33mm
36) MPO Moulages et Plastiques de l’Ouest, Averton, France [MPO] 33mm or 15/25/33mm
37) Pathé Marconi EMI, France (EMI France) 33mm [Blue Note 1983-86]
38) Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf, Germany (R/S) 33mm [1975-88, after TELDEC, Warner)
39) TELDEC Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf, Germany
33mm [> 1988, < Record Service GmbH]
40) Warner Music Mfg. Europe GmbH, Alsdorf, Germany
33mm [>1990. TELDEC, Record Service]
41) King Record Company, LTD. (Tokyo, Japan) 35/40mm [1951- ] (Blue Note, A&M, CTI)
42) Turicaphon AG, Zurich, Switzerland [TU, Ⓣ] 33/45mm [1931-1992] [EMI, Polydor]
43) Damont Audio, Hays, Middlesex, UK (DAMONT) 35/61mm
44) CBS Records Canada, Ltd. Don Mills, Toronto [DM-1, 2HZ, CRC]
69mm [1971-88] Trademark owner is Epic
45) Hispavox S.A., Madrid, Spain 69mm deep groove [1953-1985]
46) RCA Records, Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada (ACR, AcR) 70mm [1971-1980]

COLUMBIA MATRIX RUNOUTS
Phil Brown, a Columbia Records cutting engineer who recently contacted AnalogPlanet.
He worked for the label in the 1970s, so in addition to lacquers, Dolby tape copies were
included with the lacquers for “file recuts and tape duping”. According to him: “ An initial
lacquer order was 6 sets plus a ref for QC and 4 Dolby copies (of course. 1A&B went to
Pitman (N.J.), 1C&D to Terre Haute, (IN) 1E&F went to Santa Maria (CA).”
This explains why one could find a record with “-1A” on one side and “-1B” on the other,
since both were sent to the same Pittman pressing plant. According to this individual,
“ Any change in program triggers a -2. another change, -3. I saw a lot of -2, never
saw a -3. In other, more common systems the -2 would be an RE-1.”






Recent Activity
submitted KC And The Sunshine Band* - Part 3. 26 days ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 3 months ago
submitted Steve Vai - Flex-Able. 3 months ago
submitted Sylvia Platypus - Last Hurrah. 3 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 4 months ago
submitted The Grateful Dead - From The Mars Hotel. 4 months ago
submitted Pink Floyd - In Memoriam 1967-1981 R.I.P.. 4 months ago
submitted Pink Floyd - Pink Floyd Live Vol. 1. 5 months ago
submitted The Amboy Dukes - Dr. Slingshot. 6 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 6 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 6 months ago
submitted Pentangle - Cruel Sister. 6 months ago
submitted Billy Joel - The Entertainer. 7 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 8 months ago
submitted Pat Travers Band - ...Live! Go For What You Know. 8 months ago
submitted Journey - Departure. 8 months ago
submitted Jo Jo Gunne - Jumpin' The Gunne. 8 months ago
submitted Paper Lace - Paper Lace. 8 months ago
submitted Bloodrock - Bloodrock 'N' Roll. 8 months ago
posted a comment on Fresh Blueberry Pancake - Heavy. 9 months ago
This is, by far, what embodies hard rock psych music from the seventies. Truly a classic, "one-of-a-kind" record for any vinyl patriot.
Any producers out there... get a hold of this and reissue it. Lord knows, it's time!
submitted Fleetwood Mac - Bare Trees. 9 months ago
submitted Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Blinded By The Light / Spirit In The Night. 10 months ago
submitted Dave Mason - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow. 10 months ago
submitted Molly Hatchet - The Rambler. 10 months ago
submitted Steam - Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye / Don't Stop Lovin' Me. 10 months ago
submitted Spirit (8) - I Got A Line On You / 1984. 10 months ago
submitted Boz Scaggs - Look What You've Done To Me/Breakdown Dead Ahead. 10 months ago
submitted Tommy James - Draggin' The Line. 10 months ago
submitted Sir Douglas Quintet - She's About A Mover / Mendocino. 10 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 10 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 11 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 11 months ago
submitted The Lizards (3) - The Lizards. 12 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 12 months ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
submitted The Mothers Of Invention* - 2 Originals Of The Mothers Of Invention. about 1 year ago
submitted Zappa* / Beefheart* / Mothers* - Bongo Fury. about 1 year ago
submitted Various - Vintage Rock. about 1 year ago
submitted Steppenwolf - 16 Greatest Hits. about 1 year ago
submitted Neil Young - Neil Young. about 1 year ago
submitted The Guess Who - The Best Of The Guess Who. about 1 year ago
submitted Various - Woodstock - Music From The Original Soundtrack And More. about 1 year ago
submitted Deep Purple - The Best Of Deep Purple. about 1 year ago
submitted White Witch - White Witch. about 1 year ago
submitted Whitesnake - Love Hunter. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Bill Barone. about 1 year ago
I've known Bill Barone for quite sometime now. His guitar work on the "Blitzkrieg" is phenomenal. If you can acquire this record... do it. I strongly recommend this album. Right now, he's living the dream in retirement, but that hasn't slowed him down... See full review
submitted Vanilla Fudge - The Beat Goes On. about 1 year ago
submitted Vanilla Fudge - Vanilla Fudge. about 1 year ago
submitted Uriah Heep - Fallen Angel. about 1 year ago
submitted 38 Special (2) - The King Biscuit Flower Hour. about 1 year ago