A lifelong greedy consumer of music and one-half of your hosts on From the Bottom of the Record Box. Thanks for showing interest in the show. I've been listening to and collecting records since childhood. I had a great start to it, my father was an inspiration to me in his listening habits sharing musical gems with me on his much treasured Bang & Olufsen record player. We still share music with each other to this day, something which is an endless source of pleasure for me. I enjoy a wide gamut of musical genres and will give anything a listen, so dear listener, please recommend a track for the show, I guarantee I will listen to it. Click on my name to contact me directly.
I've been sharing songs and playlists for so many years that it only seemed right to share this passion and so From The Bottom of the Record Box was born. I take great delight in finding something new, fresh and original and love putting something on that I know will excite and from time to time there is also always room to test Richard's musical boundaries. At night I moonlight as Professor Gramophone - ElectroSwing DJ Extraordinaire. Click on my name to contact me directly.
Missed last week’s #sundaynightspin due to knackered stylus on the old #technicssl1200mk2 - all sorted now, tone arm balanced and #vinyl #nowspinning is #thethreejohns #theworldbystorm #33rpm #33rpmclub #musicpodcast #listentothis #ftbotrb #fromthebottomoftherecordbox ... See MoreSee Less
Mercy, I've been waiting so long to unleash In The Aeroplane Over The Sea by Neutral Milk Hotel upon Tobin. Also you, our dear listeners. If you're not familiar with Neutral Milk Hotel then we hope that you will go away from the show and give the whole album a listen. It really is a masterpiece. More on Jeff Mangum… [ 512 more words ] fromthebottomoftherecordbox.com/neutral-milk-hotel/... See MoreSee Less
Local Memphis Around three years ago, Frank Bruno, a collector of rare Memphis records purchased a Memphis Recording Services acetate record online. Printed on the acetate was the band name, Heathens, the song title, Steady Girl, and the date, Dec. 8, 1956.
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Boy the acoustics in there are good. I still think you guys are nuts, I mean, who else is doing this? Nobody is the answer! You're unique, and brilliant.
Musicians in the Mountains "Bunker Blues"
So we spent most of the day looking for good spots out in the forest to play music and what do we find? A bunker from World War II! And it was still open so this time instead of being used for evil we used to play music in!
Great reverb and good times on a snowy Saturday
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