Not my collection - (don¡¯t flame me, please), most of my collection is CDs
or digital of one sort or another.
On 3/14/14, 6:27 PM, "Michael Biel" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>15 hundred isn't too bad. Good luck with the alphabetical listening.
>One collector had a similar quest that was pictured in a rather
>sickening movie documentary about record collectors called "Vinyl". He
>was going to clean and listen to all his records alphabetically, and if
>he wanted to hear a record not in that proper order HE COULDN'T. His
>collection was much larger than yours, and he (and most of the others in
>the documentary including the filmmaker) were neurotic
>obsessive-compulsive. I don't think you are -- you just have a good
>gimmick to hang a blog on.
>Mike Biel [log in to unmask]
>-------- Original Message --------
>Subject: [ARSCLIST] Possibly off-topic: New Blog: My Husband's Stupid
>From: Lee Herman <[log in to unmask]>
>Date: Fri, March 14, 2014 7:01 pm
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Exploration of spouse©ös record collection by a librarian.
>From the first Post:
>"What is this?
>Alex and I have lived together for 9 years. In those 9 years we have
>packed up, moved and unpacked his record collection 5 times. It©ös about
>boxes, about 1500 hundred records ©øthat includes the singles and stuff,
>which you©öre also going to have to review.©÷ Is what Alex just said to
>from the other room.
>This project was my idea, inspired by maybe one too many glasses of wine
>last weekend, when I was in charge of changing the music. ©øI can©öt
>there are so many records here that I have never listened to. I should
>to listen to all of them. And then write about it.©÷ So here we are.
>Here are the rules I©öve set for my self. Start with the ©øA©ös©÷ these
>records are set up in alphabetical order by artist. Listen to the entire
>thing even if I really hate it. And make sure to comment on the cover
>Are you with me? Let©ös see how far I can go."