Speed limit 33 1/3. If you know what that means, you are old school. And on that “note“… you also might have a sticker on your front door saying, “In Case of Fire, Rescue My Records.” And so if this is you – you NEED this journal for your vinyl records (if you don’t already own it!)
- What is the first image that pops into your brain of a “social network“?
- Standing around in a coffee shop
- A record store
If you answered “3” – You and your vinyl need to listen up. There is an essential record journal that is not only a “where has this been?” item but also an “add to cart” necessity.
- Cataloguing details
- “Liner Notes” for memories about your vinyl
- Tips for cleaning discs
- How to best maintain a serious record collection
- How to evaluate your vinyl records for resale from Goldmine’s rating system
- Perforated wish lists – tear ’em out and take ’em with you (for NEW vinyl to add to your collection!)
THE ultimate autobiographical companion to your vinyl record collection. Add that to your collection – and how can you pass up these items (below) thata can make any record collector jealous.
As Penny Lane said (movie cred: Almost Famous), “if you ever get lonely, just go to the record store and visit your friends“
I received this book to review from Blogging for Books in exchange for this post, but all opinions are my own.