Archive for January, 2013

Episode 48: Goggles

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

John Hartford “Aereo-plain” 1971 Warner Bros
Parliament “Funkentelechy Vs. the Placebo Syndrome” 1977 Casablanca Records
Joe Walsh “So What” 1974 ABC-Dunhill Records
Joan Baez “Blowin Away” 1977 Portrait Records
James Taylor “Dad Loves His Work” 1981 Columbia/Legacy

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Episode 47: Flames

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

Styx “Equinox” 1975 A&M Records
Shooting Star “Burning” 1983 Virgin Records
Various Artists “The Now Explosion!” 1974 Adam VIII
Mercyful Fate “Don’t Break the Oath” 1984 Combat Records
Mama’s Boys”Mama’s Boys” 1984 Jive Records

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Episode 46: The Very Best of the Greatest

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

Cal Tjader “The Best of Cal Tjader” 1967 Verve Records
John Coltrane “The Best of John Coltrane – His Greatest Years” 1970 MCA Records Dizzy Gillespie “The Greatest of Dizzy Gillespie” 1972 RCA Records
Jackie DeShannon “The Very Best of Jackie DeShannon” 1975 United Artists Records
Various Artists “Best of the Truck Driver Songs” Starday Records

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Episode 45: Japan-anania

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

Martin Denny “Sayonora” 1970 Sunset Records
Iron Maiden “Maiden Japan” 1981 EMI Records
Slickee Boys “Uh Oh… No Breaks!” 1985 Twin/Tone Records
Sigue Sigue Sputnik “Flaunt It” 1986 Parlophone
Loudness “Thunder in the East” 1985 ATCO Records

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