Album a Day – Day 23

And today’s album is With The Beatles by, surprisingly enough, The Beatles! Released on the Parlophone label. As you can see from the state of the cover this is the original mono release from 1963. It’s in a pretty poor condition. I found it among a batch of records I recovered from my mother-in-laws shed […]

Album a Day – Day 19

Dropping behind already! Day 19’s album was Electric Mud by Muddy Waters. It was released in 1968 on the Chess Record label. Well actually it was released by a subsidiary of Chess Records, called Cadet Concept Records. It was the second release on the Cadet Concept Records label, the first being by a psychedelic group […]

Album a Day – Day 18

Staying in 1970 for today’s album. It’s The Allman Brothers Band – Live at Ludlow Garage . The album was recorded here in Cincinnati, at Ludlow Garage. This venue hosted quite a few concerts in the 1970s of then prominent bands. It was re-opened in 2015 and I’ve seen quite a few artists there, details […]

Album a Day – Day 17

Today’s album, assuming I get this post done tonight, features Eric Clapton again. This time it’s the 1970 classic double album, Layla and other Assorted Love Songs by Derek and the Dominos. The title track is another of those songs that regularly appeared in Tommy Vance’s Friday Rock Show’s top ten albums list. I’m sure […]

Album a Day

For the past few weeks, even before the onset of the plague I’ve been taking photos of various albums I’ve been playing and posting them on twitter. This started as a result of my new turntable having a cover the doubles as a presentation stand for album covers. As the plague got into it’s stride […]

Blog Resurrection

It’s been a while since I did a blog post. It’s been that long that I thought I’d archive the old stuff and start afresh. Like a fair few other people during these strange times, I find myself listening to loads of music, both old and new. I have to say I’ve not caught any […]