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Summer Music’s Almost Gone

Summer’s almost gone so allow me to share some of the LPs that have graced my turntable throughout the summer. New tunes include albums by Tom Petty, Jenny Lewis, John Hiatt, Jack White and Morrisey plus some great remastered reissues from Pink Floyd and Syd Barrett, the Allman Brothers, Jim White and Bob Marley.

Several artist’s catalogues revolved frequently including multiple LPs by Kate Bush, Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt, Traffic and Warren Zevon.

While my complete music library is downstairs, I keep three bins close at hand, packed with albums that are in heavy rotation. And boy do they keep rotating!

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One Comment to “Summer Music’s Almost Gone”

  1. BostonEd says:

    Very jealous.

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