Aug 19, 2015

Records For Sale in Montreal


Years ago I blogged about how I was becoming immune to the record on vinyl bug.  I named that piece Record Rehab.

That kind of thinking can lead one to feel a certain way about vinyl and result in selling crates of records.  I know from firsthand experience.  Prior to discovering Montreal's Death of Vinyl record store in 2007, I had trimmed down my collection.  I sure as hell have brought home more than the crates I sold and more in the last few years. 

At that particular point of writing the Record Rehab blog post, I wasn't hungry to buy records. I used to wish I’d find at least one record that interested me when I would go to a store and eventually lost that anticipation. My rationale was that I have a lot of records and most of them haven’t been heard yet.

It made me wonder why I’d be seeking more when I could probably be very surprised by my own collection. I have heard people talking about trimming down their collections and that brought me to ask myself some questions. If push came to shove, which is my most prized record on vinyl? Which are my prized records on vinyl? How many do I really need to own?

I finally learned that I can’t own or play all the music in the world. It’s starting to come together.

I had thought about cutting back, downsizing and curbing my appetite for records on vinyl since starting this blog.  After the two major Montreal record conventions each year, some intense crate-digging episodes during a handful of trips to New York and a few trips to Toronto in recent years, I've been forced to review that stance.

There are so many records & choices in this world that it can be easy to go overboard.

History has a way of repeating itself. I'm a vinyl man but I gotta streamline the collection a bit. 

Below is the list and link to the second batch of vinyls I'm selling.  

http://montreal.en.craigslist.ca/emd/5145374330.html

Ramsey Lewis - Goin' Latin
The Flaming Ember - Westbound #9
Andy Kim - How'd We Ever Get This Way
Alyson Williams - My Love is So Raw b/w I'm So Glad
Whitney Houston - My Love is Your Love
Syleena Johnson - Hypnotic feat. R. Kelly & Fabolous
Gino Vannelli - The Best of Gino Vannelli
Robin Kenyatta - Gypsy Man
Johnny Kemp - Just Got Paid
Daniele Tignino presents Mama's Pride - Some Lovin' (Pat Legato Original Mix) b/w Some Lovin' (Dino Lenny & Doria Remix)
Lee Michaels - Lee Michaels
Angela Bofill - Angel of the Night
Kalyan - Kalyan
Linda Clifford - If My Friends Could See Me Now
Avant - Reaction b/w Happy (Remix)
Attitude - We Got The Juice
Linda Rondstadt - Linda Rondstadt
Lester feat. Moka Only - Where's My Honey
Colonel Abrams - I'm Not Gonna Let
Yarbrough & Peoples -I Wouldn't Lie
Mike Anthony - Why Can't We Live Together
The S.O.S. Band - Just The Way You Like It 
Raydio - Raydio
Mr. Lee - Get Busy
LeVert - Casanova
Carl Henry - Hot Gal b/w Perfect
Kat Mandu - I Wanna Dance
Simon Harris - Here Comes That Sound
Denroy Morgan - I'll Do Anything For You
Regina - Baby Love
Robin S - Love For Love
Evelyn Champagne King - Music Box
The Romantics - Talking In Your Sleep
Osibisa - Wuyaya
Dazz Band - Keep It Live
Monica - Before You Walk Out of My Life b/w Like This and Like That 
Beverley Knight - Made It Back b/w Rewind
Christopher Williams - Every Little Thing U Do
The Three Degrees - Maybe
The Three Degrees - The Three Degrees 
Herbie Mann - Push Push
Herbie Mann - Push Push
Barry White - Can't Get Enough
Barry White - Can't Get Enough
The Pretenders - Pretenders II
The Pretenders - Pretenders II
The Rascals - Once Upon A Dream
The Rascals - Once Upon A Dream
The Rascals - Once Upon A Dream
The Young Rascals - Collections
Stacy Lattisaw - Let Me Be Your Angel
Stacy Lattisaw - Let Me Be Your Angel
The Chambers Brothers - Love, Peace & Happiness
The Chambers Brothers - Love, Peace & Happiness
The Chambers Brothers - Love, Peace & Happiness
The Chambers Brothers - Love, Peace & Happiness
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity - Open
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity - Open
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity - The Best of Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity

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