i always keep my compass set on you

got my record player working and dug out all my old records today

mary lou lord 7" some jingle jangle morning / western union desperate
play me a song and sing me to sleep and meet me in the middle of my dreams...yaaay

my parent's stones records (i coveted the sticky finger album with the real zipper my whole life and finally made it mine in high school, my parents don't even miss it. i like playing it and thinking bout my mom and dad kickin back listening to it back in the day), my old NOFX (ha!), sonic youth, mamas & the papas, the doors, elton john...i found a beastie boys 7", the price tag was from pier platters!!

hole in m'tights, oopsy doops


emily said...

awww, vinyl :')

Unknown said...

all i can say is this: thug life.

E.K. said...

I blogged about my vinyls also today over on Humming Wires, weird! You should check it out.

Tavi said...

yayyyy party times
I'm trying to get my parents to let me get the turntable in my room because they never ever ever listen to it and I'm the only one that actually buys records but NOOO

laia. said...

my record player recently passed away.

i am so bummed


the StReeT chanteuse said...

We have the same musical taste.

Oh and at first glance I thought you were wearing CLOGs.


hard liquor; soft holes said...

dude, favorite thing about western union desperate is the sneaky dinosaur jr. reference. cuz when i need a friend it's still you.

bobb said...

Some great 60s and early 70's records here. The "Papas and Mamas" LP has my my favorite Mamas and Papas song - "Twelve Thirty".

Isabel said...

Elton John is love. Haha, I used to loooove NOFX in high school too, so don't feel bad!

Aviva said...

Preserving back issues of interview is genius. When you give them to your future daughter she'll start realizing you're a cool mom.

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