Auction Finds - Vinyl Weird & Wonderful!!! Episode 17 of Many!!!

in music •  last year 

I've been VERY busy for a while listing heaps and heaps and heaps of vinyl lps. Lps have been gaining in popularity over the last ten years, and I think their popularity might now be reaching fever pitch, if the bidding wars I've been experiencing on my online auction site are anything to go by. The thing about music is that there is something for everyone, and while many of the lps I will be sharing are most definitely not to my taste, they are well loved by someone. I am basically going to share a random selection of 5 an episode, and I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

I really love this song!

I chose this song as it somehow rings a bell from my childhood. 

Something about the woman on the cover reminds me of my 1980's high school frenemy! She was sexy like that, but auburn haired. I think it's the posture. This is not really my type of music.

This song really captured my attention as a child. I wanted to know what was behind the green door too.

Okay, so I didn't list this one, but I included it because it made me giggle. I remember my mom was an attendee of these bridge parties. I love the blurb too. I hope you are suitably in the mood for complex card games now!

Music has the power to transport us to very specific moments in our lives. We all have songs we are desperately searching for, and those we wish would never be played again, ever. I watch customers in the shop, and see the joy on their faces when they find an obscure cd or lp, and it makes me feel fantastic. My own music tastes tend to be indie/alternative, and discovering new music is a passion. I am that crazy middle aged woman, blasting whatever the flavour of the moment is in my car! 


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I remember that song by Shakin Stevens too! I remember watching a bit of the music video on the TV many years ago.

I bet the Bee Gees LP will be a hit!


Bee Gees lps are pretty common! So very popular.

The Bee Gees was quite a big hit in my country. Their songs were played on radios for many years!


The Bee Gees were loved everywhere, I think!

To me, Steely Dan is quintessential elevator music. I used to work in a department store and I swear it's all they ever played! haha


I worked as a waitress for many years, and there are still some songs I can't listen to. They played the same tape (those days!) on a loop for forever!!!