Vinyl collection #3: Sex Pistols, Miles Davis and a whole lot of Reggae.

So, this morning, I did some more digging down in my Dad’s old record collection and I found a truckload of great album which I’m sharing with you:

Boys and Girls by Bryan Ferry from Roxy Music:


The trojan story (history of early reggae) by Various:

An extremely rare record by Lee Scratch Perry:


Another Lee scratch Perry record:


As the veneer of democracy starts to fade by Mark Stewart (I just listened to it and it’s brilliant):


Two records by Happy Mondays:

Three records by A Certain Ratio:


Tropical gangsters by Kid Creole and the coconuts:

The birth of the cool by Miles Davis:

A greatest hits album by Kool and the gang:


Paid in full by Eric. B and Rakim:

A new chapter of dub by Aswad:

The guitar and other machines by The durruti column:

Computer world by Kraftwerk:


In person by Nat King Cole:

Tres hombres by ZZ Top:

And finally, a record by King Crimson:

In addition to that, my Grandma also sent me an original pressing single of Pretty Vacant / No fun:


So yeah, that’s it for now!

So for now,

Byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

2 thoughts on “Vinyl collection #3: Sex Pistols, Miles Davis and a whole lot of Reggae.

  1. Anonymous

    So good you’re listening to my friends from Manchester!!! Many happy memories and stories I could share with you…. I promoted the Time Boom LP in the north west for Scratch and Adrian Sherwood, both are well worth listening to. Supreme mixers!!

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