Thursday, May 12, 2011

The Devils Music - Devil Dick Month In Review: In Pictures



I've been taking more pictures. Its been a busy month. Here is what I've been up too.... Kids, Cars, RECORDS, RECORDS, RECORDS, Dogs, Museums, Lost a Tooth, Another dead mouse, Various shenanigans... ETC...














































































































6 comments:

Anonymous said...

love the post. I like the closed record with white front store the best

Jerry Lee said...

Interesting stuff, Dick. I like the rare Springsteen "Glory Holes" LP lol.

I was at the original R&B Records years ago, it was a blast. He had a photo of Georgie Woods in the window, captioned "Harvey Holiday". There were a pair of broken sunglasses nailed to a post, labeled "Stevie Wonder's sunglasses, stolen from him at The Apollo Theater when he wasn't looking". 45's on string were dangling from the ceiling.

I told Val I was looking for rockabilly, I didn't know that he wouldn't let anyone flip through his stock. Then I could give his picks a quick test spin on a cheesy fold up record player! I bought about 20 45's, including "Sunglasses After Dark" by Dwight Pullen.

I think he got a prank phone call while I was there. He screamed "Don't ever call here again" at a caller, hung up, and said "He was looking for "Sugar Sugar" by The Archies"! Hilarious!

Devil Dick said...

ha! great story JL!!! Thanks guys i appreciate the comments!

Michael said...

A great string of pictures. I especially like the record show shots. They remind me of all the ones that I've been to. The time I've spent getting lost in the bins would boggle the mind. I primarily collect comedy but I find a lot of the really neat stuff in the serious sections. Many mainstream artists have put out a funny one or two, if they have I WILL find it. That series of shots with the old rusted water structure has me intrigued.

Michael said...

Great shots. I especially like the record show ones, they remind me of all the time I spent lost in the bins. Certainly brings back memories. The old metal structure by the water has me intrigued.

Martooni said...

Enjoyed the photos. Dusty crate digging.