Archive for the ‘Vinyl’ Category

Mountains 7″ record

September 21, 2013


The latest addition to my collection. Prince, Mountains 7″ from Japan. Alexa De Paris on the b side.

One of my favorite PRN albums

December 28, 2012

You had me at Linn Drum

Part 2 of 8 – Prince and MJ Collection

November 30, 2012

Sorry for the glare, I’ll get the lighting better for part 3.

Prince and Michael Jackson VINYL

May 28, 2012

I love my Prince and Michael Jackson collection, but I’m glad I don’t have to haul this vinyl to every gig.

Limited Edition 7″ Record

December 30, 2011

Limited Edition 7” Record with remixes coming from PR+MJ. Pressed on clear polycarbonate vinyl. I should have the records in about a month. The record will feature the DJ T-Rock remixes for Prince’s Come On and Michael Jackson’s They Don’t Care About Us. Only 21 units will be manufactured, I’m sending T-Rock two and I’m keeping two. The remaining 17 numbered units will be available for sale for $17 each. If you want to reserve one let me know. Out of the 17 that will be for sale 12 are already reserved leaving 5. You can pick it up at one of the parties I’m dj’ing at for $17 cash. If you want it shipped you, with shipping & handling it is $21 total in the US and $26 total anywhere else in the world. Payment can be made via Paypal.

For all the Old School Hip-Hop Heads

November 6, 2011

For all the old school hip-hop heads out there. Take You Back by DJ X-Rated featuring Mo-Sick. From the forthcoming album Get Live Get Down.

Party Etiquette 101

October 24, 2011

Party Etiquette 101 – On Fri night this guy slammed/fell into the turntables and scratched Jeffs’ George Michael FAITH record, party foul! If you’re wasted, please don’t dance right next to the turntables. Thank you. This message was brought to you by dj’s who love vinyl. You can view photos from the 10/21 edition of That 80s Show here. That 80s Show takes place every 3rd Fri of the month at Madrone in SF with dj’s Dave Paul and Jeff Harris.

On this day in music history: July 7, 1987

July 7, 2011

by Jeff Harris – “Paid In Full”, the debut album by Eric B. & Rakim is released. The album will be considered a watershed moment in the history of Hip Hop with lyricist/rapper Rakim introducing a new style of rhyming, laid back but intense, setting a new benchmark. “Paid” will spin off five hit singles and will peak at #8 on the Billboard R&B album chart and #58 on the Top 200.

Prince album repressings

May 10, 2011

by Dave Paul – Just got in my shipment of repressed Prince vinyl – Dirty Mind, Controversy and 1999. Mastered from the original tapes, lacquers cut by Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering and pressed at RTI on 180gram vinyl. Don’t sleep, make sure you get your copies too.

I went record shopping

April 15, 2011

by Dave Paul – Time has been tight and it’s been a while since I went record shopping, but I finally had a chance to feed my addiction. Peep what I picked up:

Stewart Copeland – Rumblefish soundtrack
Men Without Hats – Pop Goes The World
Big Audio Dynamite – No. 10, Upping St.
Vanity – Wild Animal
St. Paul – St. Paul
Gucci Crew II – Everybody Wants Some

Jody Watley – Beginnings
Oingo Boingo EP

12″ Singles
Hall & Oates – Say It Isn’t So
Hall & Oates – Method of Modern Love
Duran Duran – Girls On Film (night version)
Duran Duran – Planet Earth (night version)
Missing Persons – Give
TLC – No Scrubs
TLC – Creep
Janet Jackson – Pleasure Principle
Janet Jackson – Say You Do/You’ll Never Find
Jermaine Jackson – Do You Remember Me?
Salt N Pepa – Independent Remix
Gucci Crew II – Five Dollar High
Gucci Crew II – Truz ‘N’ Vogues