Friday May 21st 2010, 12:26 pm
Vinyl Picks: Helping Build Your Collection, Three Records At A Time
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Vinyl Picks: a weekly column were we recommend three vinyl records that any When You Awake reader should own. First up, we have Lee Hazlewood’s 1970 record Cowboy in Sweden.  The auction is set to end on May 23rd and currently has one bid at $9.00. Click here to check it out.
MP3: Lee Hazlewood- No Train To Stockholm

Next up, we have The Band’s 1968 debut record Music From Big Pink. The auction is set to end in FOUR HOURS AND FIFTY MINUTES (from the time of this post) and currently has two bids at $2.99. Click here to check it out.
MP3: The Band- Tears of Rage

Lastly, we have Graham Nash’s 1971 solo record Songs For Beginners. The record featured many notable musicians and special guests including Jerry Garcia, Rita Collidge, Dave Mason, Phil Lesh and Dallas Taylor among others. They have the Buy It Now option set up (no bidding required) for $4.95. Click here to check it out.
MP3: Graham Nash- Simple Man



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Ooh, Graham Nash. And speaking of “Songs for Beginners,” heard about this (more modern) groovy project?
http://www.grassrootsrecordco.com/be_yourself/index.html

Comment by Breanna 05.21.10 @ 12:59 pm

3 absolute beauties there!!! Now playing – Josh Ritter…

Comment by Monty 05.21.10 @ 2:01 pm

I think Graham Nash’s “Wild Tales” is actually a better album. A perfect piece of California-rock.

Comment by Barefoot 05.21.10 @ 6:51 pm

Thanks for this column, great idea!

Comment by Amber 05.21.10 @ 10:04 pm

two of my fav records of all time, Big Pink surely being in the top 5…

Comment by jeff 05.25.10 @ 10:51 pm



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