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    Jack White and the Romance of Vinyl

    Keith Richards Talks Recording With Jack White

    Blunderbuss is [Jack White's] first solo album; it's also his most expansive and masterful record since the White Stripes' 2003 classic, Elephant, full of brilliant songs about how love tears your body and soul to shreds, slams your fingers in the door, grinds your face in the dirt.

    The New York Times: "Jack White Is the Coolest, Weirdest, Savviest Rock Star of Our Time". Click through to read! :)

    36 Things Vinyl Collectors Love

    Joe Meek - I Hear A New World LP (Magenta Vinyl)

    Great article about record collectors. “You have to let them go. I always love to have records in my possession, but when their time comes, I’m ready to let them go. Using one to pay for another is how I go deeper. That’s how I’m able to find the things I really want. And that way, you’re letting someone else enjoy the record and that feels good.”

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    Kim Gordon | via Elle | this quote, "I never really thought of myself as a musician,” Gordon says. “I’m not saying Sonic Youth was a conceptual-art project for me, but in a way it was an extension of Warhol. Instead of making criticism about popular culture, as a lot of artists do, I worked within it to do something.”

    The Velvet Underground, Andy Warhol - The Factory, 1966 - photo by Nat Finkelstein