9 thoughts on “ Two Is Company - Unknown Artist - My First Record Collection (Vinyl)

  1. May 13,  · Okay I re-organized my vinyl record collection loosely by genre then by Artist A-Z by band name or last name/surname then by original release date. So this better be the best way to do it subjectively. There are advantages and disadvantages both ways. I liked having some artists together by first name/band name but I didn’t like some others.
  2. So you’ve finally bought yourself a turntable. You’re sitting at home with your headphones plugged in to your sound system, but you've already listened to the one (and only) record you bought like, ten times. It’s now that you quickly realize you’ve caught the record collecting bug, and .
  3. 1. Medium to large sized collection of records. There is no point in organizing if you only have records in your collection, as you can easily keep them all in one box. 2. Crates. Plastic or wooden crates are needed to hold your records once you have them divided up. Some people have shelving units that work great as well.
  4. Andrew Winistorfer is Vinyl Me, Please’s Editorial Director, VMP Classics A&R, and an editor of their books, Albums You Need In Your Collection and The Best Record Stores In The United States. He’s written Listening Notes booklets for 14 Vinyl Me, Please Classics releases, and co-produced Nat Turner Rebellion's Laugh to Keep From Crying.
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  6. Aug 27,  · This is why storing vinyl records properly pays off. Another valuable reason to estimate the value of a record collection is for insurance purposes. Having a clear and detailed list of what’s in a collection will help recoup lost value from a disaster. Steps to Estimate Vinyl Record Values. Set up a workspace, gather all records and find a.
  7. May 18,  · Artist – Obviously records from extremely popular artists are going to fetch more money. Rarity of record – Think about vinyl records like .
  8. Feb 16,  · Nearly everyone interested in records will have, at some point heard, the news that there is a Brazilian who owns millions of records. Fewer seem to know, however, that Zero Freitas, a São Paulo-based businessman now in his sixties, plans to turn his collection into a public archive of the world’s music, with special focus on the Americas.
  9. Jul 20,  · I sort my own personal record collection by Genre - Rock/Pop from Artist A-Z, with Various Artist compilations and movie soundtracks after Z sorted by Title. Then I have Jazz from Artist A-Z, then I have Children's and Spoken Word albums sorted by Title A-Z so Bugs Bunny - 3 Funny Stories is first and all Sesame Street records are near the end.

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