October 2022 Purchases – Vinyl & CDs – 2 Loud 2 Old Music

October 2022 Purchases – Vinyl & CDs – 2 Loud 2 Old Music

Happy Halloween!! October was not a good month for me. It was mostly Tricks and few Treats! The tricks were that I was recovering from an appendectomy and after two weeks of that, I caught a virus and then a bacterial infection and was sick for 2 more weeks. My motivation is now at all time low and I have no desire to write or even buy as my energy level is completely wiped. I haven’t written much at all this past month and don’t know when I will get back in to a full time mode, if I ever do. It was hard enough to even put this simple post together, but I am trying.

This month might be my smallest number of purchases in quite some time, but doesn’t mean it doesn’t have what I think are some really sweet Treats! I did get to one record store during the month on the sole day in between recovery and illness where I felt good. It didn’t last that long because by the afternoon, it all went down hill. Noble Records was having their 3rd Anniversary Drop and what a drop it was. I picked up a Kiss Bootleg. More to come on this one down the road, but this is a 1981 reissue of a 1978 bootleg of Kiss My Axe 1978.

While there I picked two albums I had reviewed in my You Pick It Series that won for albums I had never heard before. I grabbed Frank Zappa’s Hot Rats and George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass which was the owners personal copy. It is so clean and even includes the poster!!

Then I picked up a classic I had been wanting for ages, Thin Lizzy’s Jailbreak. Nothing I need to add to that…

And lastly, I picked up the 12″ Maxi Single for Billy Idol’s White Wedding. I had been wanting it for ages due to the cover. Pretty great!!

And that was it from Noble, but what a haul it was. I also picked up a couple Matt Nathanson CD Promotional Singles that I have been collecting. I think I only have 4 more to get and I will have everything out there that I know exists…

That wasn’t all. I grabbed a Joel Hoekstra’s 13 debut Dying to Live. I bought this because I forgot that Jeff Scott Soto sang on half the songs…duh!! How could I not have remembered that!!

And lastly, the only new release I have bought and it is Richard Marx’s Storyteller. 20 songs and broken up in to four categories, Pop, Rock, Country and Ballads. Some great stuff as the man can write a song!

And that is everything. I told you it wasn’t much. Here is all of it in one shot!!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great month of purchases!!

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