Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Vinyl Record Talk Show

New Vinyl Record Talk Show New Time, Same Day

Vinyl Record Talk Show's New show time is: TUESDAY'S 8pm ET/5pm PT


NEW Vinyl Record Talk. Our guest will be former Rolling Stone contributing editor and recognized poster expert Pete Howard. Pete will reveal inside knowledge of collecting and selling rare Rock & Roll Posters.

For more information on Pete visit http://www.postercentral.com/


Top 5 eBay Vinyl Record Sales

Week Ending 04/24/2010

1. LP - De Vito Bach Mozart "Violin Concerto" HMV UK Pressing - $4,173.00

2. LP - Frank Frost "Hey Boss Man" Phillips - $3,500.00

3. 12" - Senait "Rock Me" Private Press - $3,050.00

4. LP - Pink Floyd "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn" Odeon Japan Red Vinyl - $3,000.00

5. 45 - Nirvana "Love Buzz" 243/1000 Sub Pop - $2,399.99

More on this week's top 5 on Vinyl Record Talk, http://ccdiscoveries.blogspot.com/

New Music Releases April 27, 2010

Acid Mothers Temple - From 0 to Infinity (vinyl)
Air Supply - Now & Forever / Air Supply (2 CDs)
Alcoholic Faith Mission - Let This Be the Last Night We Care
Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies (vinyl reissue)
Alpha Rev - New Morning
Anders Osborne - American Patchwork
Ane Brun - Live In Scandinavia (reissue)
Ane Brun - Sketches (reissue)
Ane Brun - Spending Time With Morgan (reissue)
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - Round and Round
Association - Birthday (Deluxe Mono Edition)
Avi Buffalo - Avi Buffalo (vinyl)
B.o.B.- B.o.B Presents: The Adventures Of Bobby Ray
Balkan Beat Box – Blue Eyed Black Boy
Barron Knights - Night Gallery / Teach The World
Big Audio Dynamite - This Is Big Audio Dynamite (remastered with bonus CD)
Billie Holiday - Remixed & Reimagined (Vinyl)
Black Swans - Words Are Stupid
Bob Marley & Wailers - Legend: Rarities Edition
Brian Posehn - Fart & Wiener Jokes
Brilliant Colors - Never Mine (vinyl)
Buck Owens - Open Your Heart - The Buck Owens & Buckaroos Recordings (7 CDs)
Bullet for My Valentine - Fever (vinyl)
Canned Heat - Woodstock Homecoming
Carl Smith - Hey Joe: Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight
Carole King - The Essential Carole King
Ceremony - Rocket Fire
Charlotte Gainsbourg - Sunset Sound Session (Single) (Vinyl)
Cheap Trick - At Budokan: Limited Edition (Vinyl)
Cleric – Regressions
Cliff Richard - Rock N Roll Years (2 CDs)
Common Prayer - There Is A Mountain
Connie Francis - This Is Your Life - Greatest Hits (2 CDs)
Courteeners - Take Over the World Pt. 1 (vinyl)
Courteeners - Take Over the World Pt. 2 (vinyl)
Cream - Disraeli Gears: Rarities Edition
Daddy Yankee - Daddy Yankee Mundial
Discover America - Future Paths
Don Woody - You're Barking Up The Wrong Tree
Drowning Pool - Drowning Pool
Emily Jane White - Victorian America (vinyl)
Eric Clapton - 461 Ocean Boulevard: Rarities Edition
Eric Clapton - Money & Cigarettes (Vinyl)
Eric Copeland - Doo Doo Run
Freddy Fender - Greatest Hits (2 CDs)
Frightened Rabbit - Nothing Like You (vinyl)
Frog Eyes - Paul's Tomb: A Triumph Oceans (vinyl)
Girl in a Coma - Vol. 3 - Adventures in Coverland (vinyl)
Gladys Knight & the Pips - About Love
Gogol Bordello - Trans-Continental Hustle
Groundhogs - Blues Obituary
Henry Jacobs - Around the World with Henry Jacobs
Herbie Hancock - Head Hunters (Vinyl)
Hole - Nobody's Daughter (vinyl)
Jack Earls & the Jimbos - Slow Down - Sun Years Plus
James - Night Before
Jefferson Airplane - Thirty Seconds Over Winterland / Early Flight
Jesse Malin - Love It to Life (vinyl)
Jo Dee Messina - Unmistakable Love
Johnny Horton - Ballads Of Johnny Horton
Jonathan Tyler & Northern Lights - Pardon Me
Juan Maclean - DJ Kicks (vinyl)
KMFDM - Krieg
Katrina & The Waves - Katrina & The Waves (reissue with bonus tracks)
Kimberly Rew - Bible of Bop (reissue with bonus tracks)
Kmfdm - Krieg
Lali Puna - Our Inventions (vinyl)
Linfinity - Martian's Bloom
Livingston Taylor - Last Alaska Moon
Lonestar - Party Heard Around The World
Lovvers - Strangers/Tragedy (vinyl)
Lucky Soul - Coming of Age
Lucky Soul - Woah Billy!/White Russian Doll (vinyl)
Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More From the Road: Rarities Edition
Marina & the Diamonds - I Am Not a Robot Pt. 1 (vinyl)
Marina & the Diamonds - I Am Not a Robot Pt. 2 (vinyl)
Marvin Gaye - I Want You: Rarities Edition
Mary Chapin Carpenter - The Age of Miracles
Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell: Rarities Edition
Meat Loaf - Hang Cool Teddy Bear (Vinyl)
Melissa Etheridge - Fearless Love
Michael Landau, Robben Ford, Jimmy Haslip, Gary Novak - Renegade Creation
Mike Roger - Let's Stop
Miranda Cosgrove - Sparks Fly
Miriam Makeba - South Africa's Skylark: Hits & Rarities
Mono - Holy Ground: Live (CD & DVD) (3-LP vinyl & DVD)
Mount Carmel - Mount Carmel (vinyl)
Mr. Gnome - Tastes Like Magic (vinyl)
My Education - Sunrise
Mynabirds - The Mynabirda
Mynabirds - What We Lose in the Fire We Gain in the Flood (vinyl)
Naked On The Vague - Heaps of Nothing (vinyl)
Nathaniel Rateliff - In Memory Of Loss
No Second Troy - Colors
Odyssey - Odyssey / Native New Yorker
Pat Benatar - True Love / Gravity's Rainbow
People of the North: Deep Tissue
Peter Frampton - Thank You Mr Churchill
Piebald - Volume 1
Serge Gainsbourg - Box Soundtracks Vol. 2 (12-piece vinyl box set)
Simian Mobile Disco = Aspic/Nerve Salad (vinyl)
Small Black - Small Black EP (remastered)
Soundpool - Mirrors in Your Eyes (vinyl)
Sugar & Gold - Get Wet (vinyl)
Tangerine Dream - Dream Mixes 5
Ten Years After - Now
The Abominable Iron Sloth – The Id Will Overcome
The Boy Least Likely To - A Fairytale Ending EP
The Dirty Heads - Any Port in a Storm
The Fall - Your Future Our Clutter (vinyl)
The Lights - Failed Graves
The Lodger - Flashbacks (vinyl)
The Pack AD - We Kill Computers (vinyl)
Transhcan Sinatras - In The Music
Treniers - Rock
Twilight - Monument to the Time End
Two Door Cinema Club - Tourist History
U2 - Achtung Baby: A Classic Album Under Review
Unnatural Helpers - Cracked Love (and Other Drugs) (vinyl)
Various Artists - Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie: Reinterpreting Black Flag (vinyl)
Various Artists - Punk Goes Classic Rock
Various Artists - We Are One, In the Sun: A Tribute to Robbie Basho
Various Artists - Why Did I Get Married Too? (soundtrack)
Velvet Underground - Velvet Underground & Nico: Rarities Edition
Walls - Walls (vinyl & CD)
Wave Pictures - Instant Coffee Baby
Wave Pictures - Susan Rode the Cyclone (vinyl)
Wave Pictures - You Leave It Alone (vinyl)
We Were Promised Jetpacks - Last Place You'll Look
White Fence - White Fence
Wounded Lion - Wounded Lion
YACHT - Afterlife (vinyl)

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This Date In Music History-April 27


Casey Kasem - 1932 - Radio announcer, DJ, host ("American Top 40), character voice of Shaggy from Scooby Doo

Maxine Brown - The Browns (1932)

Cuba Gooding - Main Ingredient (1944)

Ann Peebles (1947)

Gordon Haskell - King Crimson (1947)

Kate Pierson - B-52's (1948)

Herb Murrell - Stylistics (1949)

Clive Taylor - Amen Corner (1949)

Paul Frehley - KISS (1951)

Marco Pirroni - Adam And The Ants (1959)

Sheena Easton (1959)

Rob Squires - Big Head Todd & the Monsters (1965)

Jay DeMarcus - Rascal Flatts (1971)

Bob Coombes - Supergrass (1972)

Will Boyd - Evanescence (1979)

Travis Meeks - Days of the New (1979)

Patrick Stump - Fall Out Boy (1984)

They Are Missed:

Born on this day in 1947, Peter Ham, vocals, guitar, The Iveys and then Badfinger. Ham committed suicide on April 24, 1975.

Al Hirt ("Java") died of liver disease in 1999.

Singer Vicki Sue Robinson died in 2000. She had the 1976 disco hit "Turn The Beat Around" and sang back-up vocals on Irene Cara's Top Ten hit single "Fame."


In 1957, in a rare appearance outside the United States, Elvis Presley performed at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Canada where he wore his full gold lamé suit for the last time.

Lloyd Price's "Personality" was released in 1959.

Little Peggy March started a three week run at #1 on the US singles chart in 1963 with "I Will Follow Him." At 15 years, 1 month and 13 days old, Little Peggy March became the youngest female singer to have a US #1 record.

John Lennon's "In His Own Write," a collection of funny poems and drawings, was published in the US in 1964.

In 1966, the Beatles finished recording the new John Lennon song "I'm Only Sleeping" at Abbey Road studios London, England.

Simon & Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson" was released in 1968.

Joe Cocker made his US debut on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1969.

In 1971, the Grateful Dead appeared at the Fillmore East in New York City. The Beach Boys also appeared on stage with the Dead, who together performed a short set of Beach Boys songs.

In 1974, a free afternoon event was held in the parking lot of the University of Connecticut, Ice Hockey Arena in Storrs. The four acts that appeared, Aerosmith, Bruce Springsteen, Fairport Convention and Fat Back. Springsteen then went on to play another gig that evening at the University of Hartford in Connecticut.

Pink Floyd played the last of a four night run at Los Angeles' Sports Arena in 1975. A total of 511 fans were arrested over the four nights for possession of marijuana. LA Police Chief Ed Davis says “They have a dope festival. It’s called a rock concert or something.” Pot smoking at a concert, say it ain't so!

In 1976, customs officers on a train at the Russian/Polish Border detained David Bowie, after Nazi books and mementoes were found in his luggage. Bowie claimed that the material was being used for research on a movie project about Nazi propaganda leader Joseph Paul Goebbels.

Nearly three years to the day after it opened, New York's Studio 54 disco closed in 1980.

USA For Africa started a three-week run at #1 on the US chart in 1985 with "We Are The World." The US artists' answer to Band Aid had an all-star cast including Stevie Wonder, Tina Turner, Bruce Springsteen, Diana Ross, Bob Dylan, Daryl Hall, Huey Lewis, Cyndi Lauper, Kim Carnes, Ray Charles, Billy Joel and Paul Simon plus the composer's of the track, Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.

R.E.M.'s first single, "Dead Letter Office", was released in 1987.

Poison released the album 'Open Up and Say...Ahh' in 1988.

Christian singer Amy Grant started a two week run at #1 on the US singles chart in 1991 with "Baby Baby."

Chicago scored their third US #1 album in 1994 with the imaginative title 'Chicago VII'.

Kelly Clarkson was at #1 on the US album chart in 2003 with ‘Thankful.’

In 2006, while in Fiji, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones was admitted to a hospital after he reportedly suffered a head injury when he fell out of a palm tree. No word about why he was in the tree....

Also in 2006, members of Cheap Trick and the Allman Brothers Band initiate a class-action suit against Sony BMG claiming that the music company hasn't paid them what’s due from digital-download sales. The action also includes ring tone sales. Cheap Trick and the Allmans ask for more than $25 million in damages.

When pigs fly. In 2008, a giant inflatable pig, covered with political slogans, that was part of Roger Waters' (Pink Floyd) stage set during his performance at the Coachella Festival in Indio, CA, broke free from its mooring. Festival organizers offer $10,000 cash and four lifetime passes to Coachella to whoever tracks down the dirigible. The pig crash-lands a few miles away and was found two days later.

In 2009, Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament was the victim of a robbery outside Southern Tracks Recording studios in Atlanta, where the band were recording. Ament and a band employee had arrived at the rear of the studio when three assailants brandishing knives emerged from the woods wearing black masks and smashed the windows of a rented Jeep. The robbers grabbed a BlackBerry and Ament’s passport and stole $3,000 in cash and $4,320 worth of goods.

In 2010, Hole releases “Nobody’s Daughter,” the first studio album from Courtney Love since ‘04’s “America’s Sweetheart” — and the first Hole album in over a decade. "This record is about greed, vengeance and feminism," says Love.