Listography: Vinyl

*Did I ever mention that I love buying records, especially old used records? I don’t have a way to play them but I have always loved the look of hundreds of records lined up on a shelf. My collection is not that big, but I love it all the same.*

Records in my collection:
Concerto – Freddy Martin (RCA Victor Musical Smart Set circa 1949)
Spike Jones Plays the Charleston (RCA Victor Dance Band Series)
Rodolf Friml Melodies (RCA Victor Musical Smart Set)
Memory Waltzes – Frank DeVol and his orchestra
101 Strings – The Wonderful World of Walt Disney
Walt Disney Presents Peter and the Wolf – Prokofieff
The Sounds of Combat Training
The Jewel of the Nile
The NeverEnding Story
Walt Disney Productions Mousercise
Strawberry Shortcake’s Touch Your Toes, Touch Your Nose
The Care Bears Off to See the World
A Happy Birthday Party with Winnie the Pooh
Mickey Mouse Disco
Sesame Street At Home With Ernie and Bert
Sesame Street Grover Sings the Blues
Annie (two copies)
Fiddler on the Roof
Walt Disney’s The Seven Dwarfs and Their Diamond Mine
Sesame Street 1 – Original Cast
Sesame Street Alphabet Album
Walt Disney’s Jungle Book
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – The Best of OMD
Footloose
The Karate Kid
Michael Jackson – Dirty Diana
Blondie – Heart of Glass
10cc – The Things We Do For Love
Eric Clapton – Slowhand
Xanadu
Walt Disney’s The Aristocats
Michael Jackson – Scream
Michael Jackson – Thriller (Full Length LP)
Wham – Make It Big
Culture Club – Kissing to Be Clever
Fame (not the new piece of crap remake, the original)
Flashdance
Walt Disney Presents Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree
Walt Disney Presents Winnie the Pooh and Tigger (Tiggers Don’t Climb Trees)
Sesame Street Sing Along!
George Wright’s Impressions of My Fair Lady
Rocky
Superman The Movie
Walt Disney Presents The Story of Robin Hood
Disney’s Christmas Favorites
Disney’s Story of Dumbo
Yentl
John Lennon/Yoko Ono – Double Fantasy
Tiffany
The Muppet Movie
Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins
Beverly Hills Cop
The Monkees

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5 Responses

  1. Annie!!!!! Oh, the memories. 🙂 My cousin had that record and the whole passel of girl-cousins used to force the family to watch us reenact it every Thanksgiving.

  2. Hahahaha I love the lists you make 🙂

  3. You know, eBay is a great place to pick up used records on the cheap, and they’re nice!

  4. All my albums are in a couple large plastic storage containers in my mom’s basement. All – ALL- the Monkees reissues, all the ABBA albums. Prince. Duran Duran. I think the very first LP I bought was Wham! Go Big with my wonderful 10 percent Target employee discount. I wish I had one of those fancy new stereo deals that would let me still play them.

  5. Ok, not only is that cool, but I am impressed you wrote those all out for us to see!
    Love the Monkees and the Winnie the Pooh!

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