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You Cant Be Wrong (All The Time) - Impressions* - Loving Power (Vinyl, LP, Album)

| 07.09.2019


Download You Cant Be Wrong (All The Time) - Impressions* - Loving Power (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1976
Label: Curtom - CU 5009 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul


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8 Comments

  • Nem says:
    Scratch-free, high-fidelity pure vinyl records! 10, views 6 years ago Presenting the finest analog music for your listening enjoyment: 45s, LPs, 78s, and cassette tapes.
  • Sarn says:
    His "Musical Shark Attack" LP for Channel 1 is our favorite deejay album ever, brilliant toasting over some of the all-time hardest Maxfield Avenue rhythms. A few months ago we brought out one of the cuts on this album on single for the first time, the militant "Tribute to Marcus Garvey", and it's vocal counterpart by Leroy Smart, "Oh Marcus.".
  • Dainris says:
    If you are just starting to explore L.P. collecting, it's important to know that the vinyl record itself is but one part of the collectible - the album jacket, outside artwork, included bonuses (posters, etc.), and the inner sleeve(s) all have inherent value.
  • Virisar says:
    Talk Talk - Spirit of Eden (Parlophone ‎– 7 1, Printed in Holland) Bought new sealed. I probably do have piles of stuff that sound worse, have a collection of ca LPs, this one is just the one that always pops up at first place since it is one of my all time faves.
  • Mojas says:
    Apr 19,  · Here are six reasons vinyl is on the rise. 1. An active, not passive, experience. Unlike digital music or even CDs, with vinyl you can’t simply push play and walk away while it provides hours of background noise. With vinyl, the needle needs to be moved over and the album needs to be flipped, so why not sit down and wait?
  • Akilabar says:
    To make sure you have just enough blade visible, test it manually. Remove the blade and blade holder from the tool carriage, press the tip of the blade holder to the vinyl and drag it across the vinyl. Cut a little square and see if you can weed it. This should be your first test cut. If you can weed the vinyl, you have enough blade showing.
  • Yozshunos says:
    Format advantages. At the time the LP was introduced, nearly all phonograph records for home use were made of an abrasive (and therefore noisy) shellac compound, employed a much larger groove, and played at approximately 78 revolutions per minute (rpm), limiting the playing time of a inch diameter record to less than five minutes per side. The new product was a or inch (30 or 25 cm.
  • Felar says:
    I’m sure you’ve read the Time Magazine article about the resurgence of vinyl or possibly perused the Billboard cover story on the marriage of vinyl and digital. It’s true, vinyl is back not that it ever went anywhere, but in a time when physical music sales are shrinking, vinyl is experiencing a .

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