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Just started my vinyl collection

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by WebsterUno, Apr 10, 2003.

  1. WebsterUno

    WebsterUno Guest

    Just started my vinyl collection

    Discussion started by WebsterUno - Apr 10, 2003

    A friend kicked it off for me.
    He bought me a copy of Fat Joe the Gangta
    on wax. So, I started buying more.

    So far..

    Fat Boys-Crushin
    Cheech and Chong-Big Bambu (with zig zag inside)
    Cheech and Chong-OD40

    only 4, but Im going shopping
    this weekend. I saw a few that
    I wanted last weekend. Any suggestions?
     
  2. --zeSto--

    --zeSto-- 12oz Veteran Member

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Apr 10, 2003

    the dollar bin !

    A friend of mine go to the 3-for-a-buck bins and just grab everything interesting.
    Then it's off for a sessions with the akai.

    teif'd beats!

    get Bob James
     
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  3. Pistol

    Pistol Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Mr James

    Nautilus
     
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  4. WebsterUno

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    WebsterUno - Replied Apr 10, 2003

    ^^^ yeah, Bob james
    is what Im looking for.
    "take me to the masquerade"

    I want to start looking for
    old breaking music, and music
    that people sample.

    I found that Fat Boys
    album in the dollar bin.
    I got it for 3 bucks!
    Clean too!

    I got the C&Cs for under
    $5 bucks each too.
    I got those for my mom and me.
    She used to tell me about that
    rolling paper being hard to find.
    Found it! Clean too!
     
  5. Vanity

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    Vanity - Replied Apr 10, 2003

    yeah, bob james is all over.. esp his later stuff... i have crushin too.
    breaking stuff is a bit harder to come by... esp electro (i cant find it anywhere).

    got my fav record of all time from a dollar bin though
    don ellis-open beauty

    you may be better off looking through the 12 inch bin, they're ussually about 3 bucks a peice and arent too dug up because people tend to be pretty lazy.
     
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  6. WebsterUno

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    WebsterUno - Replied Apr 10, 2003

    *believe*

    Vanity, I remember you
    posting a pic of a Bob James
    LP you got for a BUCK!
    ...wooooo!

    Don Ellis?
    I might have to hear it.

    Breaking music, and samples
    are also what Im trying to find.

    Like I want the sample from
    "B.I.B.L.E" by Gza, and Killa Priest
    and a few others that I cant think
    of right now.
     
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    im proud to announce that my first vinyl purchased was brother ali- shadows on the sun. what a dope fucking album. got the cd too, but this one boasts great cuts and instrumentals :) best thing was i purchased it from him himself, good feeling.
     
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  8. vinyl junkie

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    welcome to the disease...

    and good score on cheech and chong with the rolling paper... i've only seen it with the paper twice...
     
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  9. FatBoy

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    any or all bill withers lp's
     
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  10. WebsterUno

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    WebsterUno - Replied Apr 10, 2003

    really?!

    Damn, my mom tripped out too.
    Shouldve seen her eyes light up
    when I showed her. Im hooked!
     
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    flea markets like whoa. got close to 20 crates now. maybe 3 are doubles though. stack of 45's up to my neck (im 6'3"). good luck have fun, leave fag ass desco reissues alone, unless absolutely necessary.
     
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  12. imported_joewelcome

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    imported_joewelcome - Replied Apr 10, 2003

    ummmm, you mean "Take Me To The Mardi Gras" by Bob James. 1, 2 and 3 are all worth buying. these are standards. they are on CTI and there's a lot of great stuff that is.

    learn your labels, and learn your people. this game is all about homework.

    next step on CTI- Grover Washington's "Mr Magic"..

    never stop diggin!!
     
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    Dr. Drew - Replied Apr 10, 2003

    thrift stores and old people's garage sales.
     
  14. effyoo

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    I own 6 albums.

    3 I bought in a dollar bin. One of them is an electronic record from 1976. I can't remember the other 2.

    One is a double album of house music I won off of the radio.
    The next is a single that a local emcee put out. Vizion 'Innerspace'
    The last is the best one- Roni Size, his first album. Quadruple vinyl.

    I dont own a record player so none of them have ever been heard by these ears. Hmph.
     
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    Re: Mr James

    I THINK THATS ON BOB JAMES TWO

    GOOD PICK
    1.DAS EFX ..STRAIGHT FROM DA SEWA
    2.ALL THE BREAK BEAT WAX YOU COULD FIND
    3. DAVID AXELROD
    4.GOOD TIMES- CHIC
    5.JUNGLE BROS- STRAIGHT OUT DA JUNGLE
    6.METHOD MAN/PROTECT YA NECK- ORIGINAL 12"
    7.RUN-DMC -PETER PIPER
    8.IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT
    9.PUBLIC ENEMY- NATION OF MILLIONS
    10.THE MESSAGE


    HUNT FOR VYNIL
     
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