Finally unpacked my turntable, only 13 months after moving to the D.C. area.
So far tonight, I have listened to:
The Golden Age Singers—John Dowland's Ayres for Four Voices (side one)
Dwight Twilley Band—Sincerely (side one)
Van Dyke Parks—"Number Nine" and "Come to the Sunshine" (from a compilation)
Patrick Campbell-Lyons—"The Hero I Might Have Been" (from the album of the same name)
Update: Also listened tonight to:
Stephen Monahan's Kapp album (three songs)
The Byrds—Mr. Tambourine Man (side one)
Harper's Bizarre—Anything Goes (side one)
All but the Parks and Dowland are now going into my giveaway pile. Going without LPs for over a year has made me realize how few of these albums I really need. But it will be much harder to part with my 45s ...