Archive for March, 2012

Episode 32: Creepy Ghost Heads

Vinyl record covers discussed. This episode: Creepy Ghost Heads. Hosted by Rich Bachelor and Mark Mager. StylusCast from Downtown Portland, home of the world’s most mediocre vinyl scene. Each week we discuss 5 albums selected by the merit of their covers (usually).

John Raitt “TODAY!” DCR Enterprises.
Burl Ives “The Wayfaring Stranger” 1944 Columbia Records.
Sonny James “Timberline”1969 Pickwick records.
Johnny Winter “First Winter” 1969 Buddah Records.
Sophie Tucker “Her Latest and Greatest Spicy Songs” 1952 Mercury Records.

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Episode 31: Caricatures

Vinyl record covers discussed. This episode: Caricatures. Hosted by Rich Bachelor and Mark Mager. StylusCast from Downtown Portland, home of the world’s most mediocre vinyl scene. Each week we discuss 5 albums selected by the merit of their covers (usually).

Jethro Tull “Stand Up” 1969 Reprise Records.
The Beatles “Revolver ” 1966 Capitol Records.
The Who “The Who By Numbers” 1975 Polydor Records.
Aerosmith “Draw the Line” 1977 Columbia Records.
Sidney Bechet and Muggsy Spanier “Duets” 1940 Atlantic Records.

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Episode 30: Hipgnosis

Vinyl record covers discussed. This episode: Hipgnosis. Hosted by Rich Bachelor and Mark Mager. StylusCast from Downtown Portland, home of the world’s most mediocre vinyl scene. Each week we discuss 5 albums selected by the merit of their covers (usually).

Pink Floyd “Wish You Were Here” 1975 Columbia/CBS Records.
AC/DC “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” 1981 Atlantic Records.
Scorpions “Animal Magnetism” 1980 Mercury Records.
XTC “Go 2” 1978 Virgin Records.
Rainbow “Difficult to Cure” 1981 Polydor Records.

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Episode 29: Things That Come with Your Album

Vinyl record covers discussed. This episode: Things That Come with Your Album. Hosted by Rich Bachelor and Mark Mager. StylusCast from Downtown Portland, home of the world’s most mediocre vinyl scene. Each week we discuss 5 albums selected by the merit of their covers (usually).

Three Dog Night “Seven Separate Fools” 1972 Dunhill Records.
Red Red Meat “There’s a Star Above the Manger Tonight” 1997 Sub Pop Records.
Queen “Jazz” 1978 Elektra Records.
Devo “New Traditionalists” 1981 Warner Bros Records.
Rick Wakeman “No Earthly Connection” 1976 A&M records.

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