XCEL wrote:No Rob i dont have it , that would be far out of my league as far as spending for records is concerned, i have the old re and the very first akarma run re ,although i was among the first to know about the existence of the lp back in the 80's by a pen writing friend and collector,after we know who stepped down that london basement store and discovered what would be the biggest discovery of all time progressive hard rockwise .
Sgt. Kuntz wrote:That is a great story. Yeah, maybe Andi is like a talisman or something,
XCEL wrote:Absolutely great, Rob i am sure a.p has got a lot of bargain lps throught he u.s visits but on the bottomline this is what its all about, i try to refrain from the countless bargains stories i have as it could be showy or cocky which i really dont like, you didnt tell me whether you know the dark story or not,-by the way i too have all the lps you mentioned-what about wicked lady? Cheers
The same thing does apply, but with a super rarity, like that Dark album, it's of course less likely to find a copy soon. What happens however, is that when you contact a few dealers, word will spread that you are in the market for that album and that you will probably be willing to pay the going rate for it. That will alert those who have copies and they might decide to part with it to help fund a new house or something.Sgt. Kuntz wrote:I just wonder, if you have similar options if you collect original psych LPs. I mean as a metal collector if you need something desperately and don't want to wait forever you can always drop a mail to half a dozen dealers that you knwo and see who has a mint copy up for sale for you. I can’t imagine that this also applies to the psych rock scene, not with prices like 7000 Pound Sterling!!
I just imagined how this picture was looked. I love to read stories like this, it reminds me how i swarmed in late 90's in pile of pirate audio casettes, because there wasn't any other sources with metal music for sale.doomedplanet wrote: I get there and it is a big open room, part of a warehouse. Fucking huge quantity of vinyl in bins and underneath, easily 200,000 lps and just as many 7". I looked through all the 'rock' records and by the time I was leaving the tips of my fingers were rubbed raw and skin torn up with some blood flowing. I didn't buy a single record that day.
I'm very sorry if that thought is distressing to you - I must not have thought it through before postingperishinflames wrote:Am I the only one who is deeply disturbed by this?great_knuthulhu wrote:they might decide to part with it to help fund a new house or something.
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