LP Lust: Stormy Richmond Edition

It's been a little while since I went on an honest-to-goodness, bona fide record-buying spree. Oh sure, I've been itching to get out there and bring home some new (or not so new) vinyl to add to my collection, but I just haven't done it. When I went down to Richmond last weekend, I was more concerned with spending time with some folks than I was buying LPs. But sometimes, my little chickadees, the best sprees just so happen to be unplanned. Such was the case as I ventured out to visit some of my favorite thrifting haunts around Richmond. One location proved to be, well, overflowing with quality stuff. The best part is, all of what you'll see on my list below was procured for under $20. Total. Damn right, y'all. Damn right.

Here's the goods on what came home with me after a great, albeit stormy, weekend down in the River City. Makes me think of pool plans gone awry (but in an ok kinda way), brunch, and berries and weeding in Church Hill. Ah, memories.

*Aerosmith - Draw The Line

* Wham! - Make It Big

* The Who - Who's Next

* Rod Stewart - Rod Stewart and The Faces

* Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska

* AC/DC - Highway to Hell

* Aerosmith - Aerosmith

* Quiet Riot - Mental Health

* Johnny Best, Dick Cathcart, and Their All-Stars - Dixieland

* The Doobie Brothers - Best Of The Doobies

* Derek Lamb - She Was Poor But She Was Honest: Nice, Naughty and Nourishing Songs of The London Music Hall and Pubs

* Cat Stevens - Tea for The Tillerman

* Blondie - Parallel Lines

* Sonny & Cher - Look At Us

* The Jackson 5 - Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5

* Peter Gabriel - So

* The Cars - Heartbeat City

* Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run

* Diana Ross & The Supremes with The Temptations - TCB Soundtrack

* Sri Aurobindo - Cave Painting (procured at Bad Behaviour #2)


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