Not bad, but sorry — I already have those albums Tweet A fairly cool little come-on designed to get you to buy the Beatles’ albums on iTunes. But you see, I already own them all on vinyl. And I have a turntable that connects to my computer via USB. So thanks anyway — enjoyed the video. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Related PostsD’oh! is right. What century do you think this is?Live at Walmart! With its business threatened, the megastore tries something newThey probably mean a different kind of ‘swinger’The long-awaited collapse of the ‘bundle’A little ditty to help get you psyched for your next webinar, yo!Why does Google’s so-called “All Access” service not want my business?My Top Ten favorite ads from the 2013 Super BowlI’ve GOT an ‘iPad Mini’ — it’s called an ‘iPhone’Onion gets the scoop on The Daily PlanetPost-newspaper retail environment born in 1962
But,do you have the flexidiscs?
Well, that was interesting.
Was that really Tiny Tim?
Brad apparently has a split personality. How can anyone be so fond of the ultimate hippie, anti-war Beatles and yet be such a strong advocate for American foreign intervention (new speak for war)?
I need a copy of Sgt Pepper on vinyl, TODAY. Already tried Pappa Jazz and Scratch and Spin (in West Columbia). Any other places that sell old vinyl records in Columbia?
@bud–Crowdsource it on Facebook/Twitter? Hey, Brad–you could put out an APB for bud! Someone probably has one they don’t actually want lying around!
I have one — probably not in the best of shape, as I have haven’t stored it all that carefully, but I have one.
Unfortunately, it’s at my house, and I don’t expect to be there until late this evening…
I found a copy at Manifest! The jacket was a bit tattered but it still had the original sleeve and the cutouts.
I find it interesting that all the young folks who helped me try to find this were so knowledgeable about the Beatles and their music. My dad once famously said the Beatles were just a fad and would be forget within 10 years. Just shows how difficult it is to predict the future.
“My dad once famously said the Beatles were just a fad and would be forget within 10 years.”
No, that would be 30 years later and the band would be known as Hootie and the Blowfish, who were being labeled “the next Beatles”.