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]  

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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Possibly off-topic: New Blog: My Husband's Stupid
Record Collection
From: Lee Herman <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, March 14, 2014 7:01 pm
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Exploration of spouse¹s 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. It¹s about
boxes, about 1500 hundred records ³that includes the singles and stuff,
which you¹re also going to have to review.² 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. ³I can¹t
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.² So here we are.
Here are the rules I¹ve set for my self. Start with the ³A¹s² 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? Let¹s see how far I can go."