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For the Record: Artists on Vinyl is open!

As I posted previously, Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan is exhibiting another vinyl record show after the great success of Warhol on Vinyl during the summer of 2014. For this exhibition, more than 130 vinyl record covers are … Continue reading

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For the Record – Artists on Vinyl

As many of you have come to realize, I have been completely derelict in my duties in updating this blog. You all continue to make this a heavily trafficked blog despite my absence. I hope that means some of you … Continue reading

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Everything must go!!

I just wanted to thank all of you for visiting this blog over the last 5 years. You have made every bit of effort worthwhile. As many of you know, my collection of “official” covers and a select few of the … Continue reading

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New Blog-New Show

Well, it has obviously been a long time since my last post. Although I no longer own any Warhol covers, having donated them to the Cranbrook Art Museum, does that mean that I have given up the quest to find interesting … Continue reading

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Warhol on Vinyl (travels to Florida)

I had waited until there was an official announcement to post this, but here it is, and this is going to be so much cooler than I ever imagined. Here is the official description of two concurrent shows at the … Continue reading

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Some almost final thoughts…

Well, I’ve had quite a bit of time to reminisce about this journey this weekend. As income tax day approaches, I’ve had to look back at my purchases over the years and put numbers to acquisitions. So many memories coming … Continue reading

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The Mystery of Do-Re-Mi

Just when I thought I wouldn’t find any already existing covers to report, here one pops up. This is called The Mystery of Do-Re-Mi, featuring Christopher Gabbitas on vocals and David Miller on lute. This appears to be a recording … Continue reading

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