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Posted on 16th Jul at 8:55 PM, with 3,376 notes

brotherbrain:

Dry Bone Evolution by Brother Brain  
Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES) Nintendo 1988. 
Super Mario World (SNES) Nintendo 1990.
Super Princess Peach (NDS) Nintendo 2005.
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (NDS) Nintendo 2005. 

Posted on 9th Feb at 12:12 PM, with 1 note
Bo Diddly 
Bo Diddly/I’m a man 
Shelac/Clay 78 RPM single. Circa 1955. 
This is one of my favorite pieces from my personal collection. Pressed into a remarkably brittle clay, this is the quintessential song of early rock and R&B. 
I’ve been sitting on this one for a while. I picked it up a few years ago at an estate sale, because it was too awesome to pass up, but I’ve never owned a record player that was designed for playing 78s. I’ve still got it. I’ve only listened to it twice, the first time shortly after I purchased it, the second time last night as I recorded audio samples using a friends turntable. To be frank, it was amazing. 78s sound… just different. What they lack in fidelity they make up for in character, in force. They transform familiar songs into something wholly other. 
On the table we used it played through without skipping. It was a bit noisy, but that is the way of these things. As I said, I’ve recorded some audio samples, and I will post them soon. 
I honestly don’t want to get rid of it. I’m even less inclined to upon hearing it again, but I can’t justify keeping it without the ability to listen to it.I’m planning on selling it, but I’d like to avoid eBay and the like.  It’s a really cool, and rather obscure find, and I thought I’d give the folks here at tumblr the first crack at it. 
I’m asking $50 for the record, plus shipping. We can handle payment through paypal or google checkout. 
More photos (and an audio sample) available upon request. 
And if my advertising has offended your delicate sensibilities, let me know that too. I don’t want to alienate any of my followers. 
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Bo Diddly 

Bo Diddly/I’m a man 

Shelac/Clay 78 RPM single. Circa 1955. 

This is one of my favorite pieces from my personal collection. Pressed into a remarkably brittle clay, this is the quintessential song of early rock and R&B. 

I’ve been sitting on this one for a while. I picked it up a few years ago at an estate sale, because it was too awesome to pass up, but I’ve never owned a record player that was designed for playing 78s. 

I’ve still got it. I’ve only listened to it twice, the first time shortly after I purchased it, the second time last night as I recorded audio samples using a friends turntable. To be frank, it was amazing. 78s sound… just different. What they lack in fidelity they make up for in character, in force. They transform familiar songs into something wholly other.

On the table we used it played through without skipping. It was a bit noisy, but that is the way of these things. As I said, I’ve recorded some audio samples, and I will post them soon. 

I honestly don’t want to get rid of it. I’m even less inclined to upon hearing it again, but I can’t justify keeping it without the ability to listen to it.

I’m planning on selling it, but I’d like to avoid eBay and the like.  It’s a really cool, and rather obscure find, and I thought I’d give the folks here at tumblr the first crack at it. 

I’m asking $50 for the record, plus shipping. We can handle payment through paypal or google checkout. 

More photos (and an audio sample) available upon request. 

And if my advertising has offended your delicate sensibilities, let me know that too. I don’t want to alienate any of my followers. 

Posted on 12th Jan at 7:30 PM, with 2 notes
First up, a band I’d never heard of: Sea Train with their self titled debut. 

Wikipeida:

Seatrain was an American roots fusion band based initially in Marin County, California, and later in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Seatrain was formed in 1969, subsequently drawing some members from the Blues Project upon its break-up. The group, which recorded four albums, disbanded in 1973.[1]

According to popsike.com this album sells for between $50 and $175. Can’t wait to get it home and put it on the table. 
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First up, a band I’d never heard of: Sea Train with their self titled debut. 

Wikipeida:

Seatrain was an American roots fusion band based initially in Marin CountyCalifornia, and later in MarbleheadMassachusetts. Seatrain was formed in 1969, subsequently drawing some members from the Blues Project upon its break-up. The group, which recorded four albums, disbanded in 1973.[1]

According to popsike.com this album sells for between $50 and $175. Can’t wait to get it home and put it on the table. 

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