My Beatles vinyl collection.

JelfossJelfoss Opening Act
edited December 2009 in The Beatles: Rock Band
It's not much right now, but I thought I'd share it. Sorry if the pics are a little blurry, I'll try to get some better ones up.

EDIT: Here are the new ones.

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  • Matt4862Matt4862 Unsigned
    edited December 2009
    Wow, really nice! I believe my aunt has Abbey Road, and has framed it. My father has Rubber Soul somewhere in his large vinyl collection.
  • JelfossJelfoss Opening Act
    edited December 2009
  • tcole6tcole6 Opening Act
    edited December 2009
    Jelfoss;3362915 said:
    Bump.
    I have only Rubber Soul (American Release) and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. These are hand-me downs from the parents. The Sgt. Pepper's Album was missing the paper dolls (which were already gone by the time I started listening to the album when I was 8 or so (1975-ish). For all I know I was the one who destroyed/lost them when I was a baby. Never confirmed that though.

    The amazing thing is these survived the "incident of '72", in which I decided to use my Dad's vinyl album collection to build a road in the living room floor for my new tricycle. YIKES!
  • JelfossJelfoss Opening Act
    edited December 2009
    tcole6;3362923 said:
    I have only Rubber Soul (American Release) and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. These are hand-me downs from the parents. The Sgt. Pepper's Album was missing the paper dolls (which were already gone by the time I started listening to the album when I was 8 or so (1975-ish). For all I know I was the one who destroyed/lost them when I was a baby. Never confirmed that though.
    I keep wanting to find a Sgt. Pepper's with the paper cut-outs.

    My Rubber Soul is also an American release, and it also has a huge crease in the middle. That sucks because a couple weeks after I bought it I saw an original UK release in wicked good condition for a couple bucks more.
  • Joshua24-15Joshua24-15 Unsigned
    edited December 2009
    My vinyl collection so far includes Meet The Beatles, Beatles 6, Help!, Rubber Soul, Sgt. Pepper, The White Album, and Let It Be. I've also got five or so singles on 45. I can't remember them all now, but they include Get Back / Don't Let Me Down and Hey Jude / Revolution. Currently, only Let It Be and Meet The Beatles are framed, but I plan on framing them all once I get my basement finished off.
  • schmeankmanschmeankman Headliner
    edited December 2009
    I've got..

    Beatles
    1962-1966
    1967-1970
    20 Greatest Hits
    Beatles 65
    Beatles VI
    A Hard Day's Night
    The Beatles
    Conquer America: Live on the Ed Sullivan Show
    The Beatles featuring Tony Sheridan
    Help
    Hey Jude
    Introducing the Beatles
    Let it Be
    Magical Mystery Tour
    Meet the Beatles
    Revolver
    Rubber Soul
    Second Album
    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    Something New
    The Early Beatles
    Yesterday & Today

    7" 's
    Baby It's You EP
    Come Together/Something
    Help/I'm Down
    I Should Have Known Better/A Hard Day's Night
    Please Mister Postman/Roll Over Beethoven

    George Harrison
    33 & 1/3
    All Things Must Pass
    George Harrison
    Gone Troppo
    Living in a Material World

    John Lennon
    Double Fantasy
    Mind Games
    Imagine
    Plastic Ono Band
    Shaved Fish
    Walls & Bridges

    Julian Lennon
    The Secret Value of Daydreaming

    Paul McCartney
    Give My Regards to Broad Street
    McCartney
    Ram
    Tug of War

    Ringo Starr
    Blast From the Past
    Ringo the Fourth
    Stop and Smell the Roses

    7'' 's
    No No Song/Snookeroo
    You're Sixteen/Devil Woman

    Wings
    At the Speed of Sound
    Back to the Egg
    Band on the Run
    London Town
    Pipes of Peace
    Red Rose Speedway
    Venus and Mars
    Wild Life
    Wings Greatest Hits
    Wings Over America
  • JelfossJelfoss Opening Act
    edited December 2009
    schmeankman;3363076 said:
    I've got..

    Beatles
    1962-1966
    1967-1970
    20 Greatest Hits
    Beatles 65
    Beatles VI
    A Hard Day's Night
    The Beatles
    Conquer America: Live on the Ed Sullivan Show
    The Beatles featuring Tony Sheridan
    Help
    Hey Jude
    Introducing the Beatles
    Let it Be
    Magical Mystery Tour
    Meet the Beatles
    Revolver
    Rubber Soul
    Second Album
    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    Something New
    The Early Beatles
    Yesterday & Today

    7" 's
    Baby It's You EP
    Come Together/Something
    Help/I'm Down
    I Should Have Known Better/A Hard Day's Night
    Please Mister Postman/Roll Over Beethoven

    ...


    Cool!
  • l-o-tl-o-t Road Warrior
    edited December 2009
    All I've got is Hey Jude(The Beatles Again) and Ringo's Sentimental Journey.
    There are no places to buy good records in my town...
  • BrentstahBrentstah Opening Act
    edited December 2009
    I would KILL for that rubber soul/revolver set you have there!
  • BrickVaderBrickVader Unsigned
    edited December 2009
    Jelfoss;3362938 said:
    I keep wanting to find a Sgt. Pepper's with the paper cut-outs.
    Wow, funny you should mention that. When I was about 7 or 8, I was home from school sick, and found the cutouts in my older brothers Sgt Pepper album (he's 11 years older than me). I spent ages cutting them out and playing with thm, then when he came home and saw me with the cut out moustache on, went nuts!

    Don't think he's forgiven me yet...
  • andreea03andreea03 Unsigned
    edited December 2009
    I don't have any, but there's a record shop which sells them, and my dad just got a USB turn table (i know, cool right?) so I might buy one :) they're only around 20 bucks
  • bpc908bpc908 Opening Act
    edited December 2009
    I've Got:
    Abbey Road (1995 Reissue)
    A Hard Day's Night (American Version)http://www.beatlesbible.com/images/releases/hard_days_night_us.jpg
    The Beatles 1962-1966
  • aperture773643aperture773643 Unsigned
    edited December 2009
    I have one of the USB turn tables. It rips in decent quality but the ripped audio sounds like you'd expect. My beatles vinyl collection is a joke compared to the posters. I have Abbey Road and White Album reissues and a Get Back 45.
  • PectoralzPectoralz Rising Star
    edited December 2009
    Jelfoss;3359232 said:

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    That's awesome but who would frame a piece of white paper on their wall? oh wait..
  • Rod_StixxRod_Stixx Road Warrior
    edited December 2009
    I have all the albums (and solo stuff) on vinyl - about half the Beatles stuff is original release issue. I have about another dozen or so 45s as well. It is all mixed in with the other 1500+ vinyl records that I have, but haven't played much recently.
  • JelfossJelfoss Opening Act
    edited December 2009
    Just got some new pics up. Hopefully I'll get some new records for Christmas.
  • jimmerhoftjimmerhoft Unsigned
    edited December 2009
    Just got an original UK pressing of Rubber Soul
  • BeatlesPhins1BeatlesPhins1 Opening Act
    edited December 2009
    Abbey Road vinyl is on sale for $10 at bestbuy.com. May pick it up.
  • jimmerhoftjimmerhoft Unsigned
    edited December 2009
    BeatlesPhins1;3374988 said:
    Abbey Road vinyl is on sale for $10 at bestbuy.com. May pick it up.
    Be careful I've heard that it's still using the 87 master. May want to double check.
  • BigMonkEBigMonkE Road Warrior
    edited December 2009
    BeatlesPhins1;3374988 said:
    Abbey Road vinyl is on sale for $10 at bestbuy.com. May pick it up.
    i just ordered it like a couple of minutes ago. i had a giftcard. it'll take 15-21 days to ship. :\
  • californicationcalifornication Opening Act
    edited December 2009
    My parents have most of the studio albums (the American ones though). They also have a few singles like Paperback Writer/Rain.
  • Sgt-RaccoonSgt-Raccoon Unsigned
    edited December 2009
    My most prized album is The Beatles (White Album). Its in mint condition and has never been played. I also have very nice copies of Magical Mystery Tour, The Early Beatles, The Beatles / 1967-1970, The Beatles Rock "n" Roll Music, Volume 1, The Beatles 20 Greatest Hits, and another copy of the White Album.
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