My biggest one time pickup. About 750 albums with some great titles. This is the back seat of the car not including what is in the trunk or the front seat. I have not had a chance to go through it yet but some of the big artist that I saw while loading: Beatles, Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Bowie, Doors lots of metal, AC/DC Sabath, Ozzy etc. Total paid $125.
Originally Posted by spartanmanorMy biggest one time pickup. About 750 albums with some great titles. This is the back seat of the car not including what is in the trunk or the front seat. I have not had a chance to go through it yet but some of the big artist that I saw while loading: Beatles, Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Bowie, Doors lots of metal, AC/DC Sabath, Ozzy etc. Total paid $125.
Hopefully they're in good shape, and not in post-frisbee condition.....
Yep... you did do good.. lots of good titles it appears.. glad I didn't see it first.. I would have cried knowing I wouldn't be able to go get them..
I just picked up a stack of 50 and went through them and from this small sampling I would say that close to half are keepers. I found 2 copies of the white album already.
Oh thats sweet...
Your gonna be just like me soon nice haul I use Honky Chateau fro testing systems, very well recorded, I dig how you can hear Sir Elton stomp the pedals and the bite on the horns!!
Originally Posted by spartanmanorI found 2 copies of the white album already.
Cool.. that's one I don't have
Originally Posted by similostCool.. that's one I don't have
Now you do!
Damn! nice score!
I'm surprised how hard it's been to find beatles albums in all the lots I've bought, and places I've looked.. especially considering how many were sold... but yet I can find at least 5 copies of Carol King Tapistry every where I look.. eeerrr....
Dude what a haul man, I have been tryin for 2-3 years to get albums like that but all I ever come across is stuff of no interest i have 120 albums and thats what 2-3 years of collecting has brought me!
I do have to say, from what I've seen here on the forum about what kind of album scores people get, it appears out here in the DC area seems to be one of the best places... I've not gotten anyting as large as this, but I have gotten some nice lots of 100 or more with lots of great titles...
I was just shopping CL a bit ago, and there are a few really nice lots that have been up for sale... but nothing as good a deal as this one was..
Ok pulled out about 100 here is a random sample:
As you can tell its kind of slow at work today.
Jeff Beck and the Yardbirds: Shapes of Things
Doors: LA Woman
Cream: Heavy Cream
CCR: Cosmos Factory
Eagles: The Long Run
Buffalo Springfield: ATCO SD33-200-A (Album has no name)
Dire Straits: Brothers in Arms
Dire Straits: Dire Straits
Dire Straits: Making Movies
The Doors: The Doors
Pink Floyd: The Wall
Black Sabbath: Black Sabbath
The Beatles: Love Songs
The J. Geils Band: Ladies Limited
David Bowie: Young Americans
Deep Purple: In Rock
David Bowie: Lets Dance
Deep Purple: Perfect Stranger
Woodstock: The Soundtrack
Van Halen: Diver Down
Jeff Beck: Wired
Cheap Trick: At Budokan
Steve Howe: Beginnings
Black Sabbath: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Cactus: One Way...Or Another
Deep Purple: Stormbringer
Deep Purple: The unreleased bbc tapes
The Vapors: New Clear Day
Warren Zevon: Excitable Boy
The Who: Who are You
The Who: By Numbers
ZZ top: Eliminator
2001 a Space Odyssey
Tangerine Dream: Rubycon
Ozzy Osbourne: The Ultimate Sin
Alcatrazz: No Parole from Rock and Roll
ZZ Top: El Loco
AC/DC: For Those About to Rock
DIO: Last in Line
Plasmatics: Metal Prietes
Crack the Sky: Animal Notes
The Edgar Winter Group: They only come out at night
Happy the Man:
The J. Geils Band: Bloodshot
Beatles: Sgt Peppers
KISS: Alive II
Little Feet: The last Record Album
Dokken: Beast from the East
Raven: Wiped OUt
Led Zep: ZOSO
Another White Album: Thats 3 now
Emerson Lake and Palmer: Trilogy
Def Leppard: High and Dry
Jeff Beck: with the jan hammer group
Alvin Lee: Ten Years Afer rocket fuel
Bob Dylans: Greatist Hits
Bondie: Parallel Lines
Alice Coopers: Greatist Hits
Steely Dan: Greatist Hits
Stevie Ray Vaughn: In Step
Aerosmith: Night in the Ruts
Gene Loves Jezebel: Immagrant
Steely Dan: The Royal Scam
Jimi Hendrix: Axis Bold as Love