Did you know you can have an extensive music collection relatively cheaply? You don't have to buy your music from iTunes, Best Buy or Walmart at their full prices. If you take the time to travel to a brick and mortar building that sells used records and CD's it's easy to do. However, at the same time, you can get into some serious money if you wanna play with the big boys. For example, a Beatles "Yesterday...And Today" butcher cover on Capitol Records released in 1966 in mint condition, first pressing, can fetch up to $47,000. Another example: Bob Dylan's "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan" released in 1963, stereo, first pressing on CBS Records can run you $35,000, simply because it contains 4 tracks deleted from subsequent releases. We're not talkin' about that kind of collecting. You probably won't lay eyes on those much less your hands. We're talkin' about just thumbing through the bins and looking at all your old favorites and titles and artist you've never heard of. If you're a serious music listener this can be an extremely fun endeavour, AND frustrating at the same time if you're as broke as most folks. Here are four suggestions that you might consider picking up on your next journey...that is, if you don't already own them.
Check 'em out!!