Here is our latest listing, some 6500 LPs (and a few CDs) listed for sale. Around 5,500 are classical music LPs and around 1000 from other musical genres. We specialise in collectible LPs made during the 1950s-70s, especially the premium labels such as Decca SXL and Columbia SAX, and also EMI, Philips, Deutsche Grammophon, etc. If you enjoy classical music – or indeed other kinds of music – and you collect vinyl – this is the place to come! Here are a few of our latest classical highlights but we have a whole range starting from only £5. Click on the “shop” tab above to browse our stocks or click on search to look for something specific. LPs make the perfect Christmas gift, too, for the discerning music lover.
Here are just a few of our latest additions – to see the others, click on “Shop” above and click on the November 2014 category listing. This also includes some items with big price reductions on previously listed LPs.
Columbia (EMI) SAX 2412/4 BELLINI Norma CALLAS SERAFIN LA SCALA
6500 great classical LP records, also many rock, pop, jazz, musicals, etc, most dating from the heyday of LPs, 1950s-70s, on the top labels of the day, Decca, EMI, etc. enjoy browsing our superb catalogues
For a limited time all our LPs are reduced by 20%. Just apply coupon code summersale at checkout. The sale discount offer only applies with a minimum spend of GBP 50. There are many fantastic bargains to be had, and the more you spend the more you save!
It’s sunny outside as I write these words, not always a given in a British summer. But certain institutions are obligatory in an English summer, Wimbledon tennis which starts next week, the Henley Regatta and the BBC Proms at the Albert Hall to name but three. (OK, another minor sporting institution is also holding it’s 4 yearly event over in Brazil!)
The Proms were started by Robert Newman in 1895, who hired the better known Henry Wood as principal conductor. The BBC took over the running of the Proms in 1927, the year after Robert Newman’s death. Sir Henry Wood continued to be associated with the proms until his death in 1944. They moved to their current home at the Albert Hall in 1941 (though war – the “Blitz” – the bombing of London – interrupted this temporarily).
This year’s Proms start on 18 July 2014 and run until the famous “Last Night” of the Proms on Saturday 13 September. As usual there is an eclectic list of concerts and you can find details and tickets here BBC Proms 2014
Meanwhile we have many great new LP records for you to buy and listen to and here are a few: