Category: Vinyl

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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 

Marianne Faithfull’s record player, via

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

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 

Marianne Faithfull’s record player, via

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 

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

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

Marianne Faithfull’s record player, via