Category: vinyl records

blushedcaligula: soundsof71: Patti Smith, rec…

blushedcaligula:

soundsof71:

Patti Smith, record shopping in NYC, John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme in hand. Photo by Danny Clinch

“I was shooting Patti shopping in a New York City record store. She grabbed Coltrane’s A Love Supreme and said, ‘I have to buy it. I can’t stand to see it in a bin, not being played.’ She had six copies, and bought that one, too.”

-Danny Clinch 

Jimi Hendrix crate-digging, 1967, before the r…

Jimi Hendrix crate-digging, 1967, before the release of his first album. The official poster for Record Store Day 2013.

Marianne Faithfull’s record player, via

Marianne Faithfull’s record player, via

blushedcaligula: soundsof71: Patti Smith, reco…

blushedcaligula:

soundsof71:

Patti Smith, record shopping in NYC, John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme in hand. Photo by Danny Clinch

“I was shooting Patti shopping in a New York City record store. She grabbed Coltrane’s A Love Supreme and said, ‘I have to buy it. I can’t stand to see it in a bin, not being played.’ She had six copies, and bought that one, too.”

-Danny Clinch 

rapidfire35: Cherie Currie of The Runaways lis…

rapidfire35:

Cherie Currie of The Runaways listens to records at home, 1977

Of COURSE the two posters next to the record player are of 1973 Bowie and The Runaways.

The Who’s Pete Townshend at home with his reco…

The Who’s Pete Townshend at home with his record collection, June 1966

iaintnobodyswhore: Patti Smith, 1976

iaintnobodyswhore:

Patti Smith, 1976

Clever, but no….

Clever, but no….

There’s actually quite a bit of documentation of Jimi’s record collections in London, New York, and Seattle, but alas, no mention of The Stooges. Check out an amazing overview here, with a deeper dive into the London collection he shared with Kathy Etchington here, which includes a complete list.

#old school

#old school

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