Category: Classic Rock


  1. Apr 27,  · Soak the item in hot, soapy water. With some vinyl, you can simply soak it in a mixture of hot tap water and a dash of dish soap. This mixture will release most of the grime, and then you can rub it down with a cloth or sponge to help remove the rest of the grime. Rinse off the soap when you're gispunopgezabonlajanzworlturotve.xyzinfo: 12K.
  2. Sep 04,  · Hi folks, When purchasing a rare vinyl album, is it better to store the LP in an inner sleeve outside of it's cover or inside? I always keep them in plastic LP bags and handle my records very carefully and I prefer to keep them in their original cover since that's where the disc belongs, but I keep hearing it is better to keep them outside of the cover.
  3. Sanctuary (4) - Refuge Denied (LP, Album) Label: Epic Cat#: EPC 1 Media Condition: Media: Near Mint (NM or M-) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Very Good Plus (VG+) with original printed innersleeve; sleeve has strong ringwear, mostly on top, but at the same time it's in a very solid condition (almost mint edges and spine and the color, apart the ringwear, it's also close to mint).
  4. Jul 17,  · Vinyl is an ideal material for upholstery for a variety of reasons. Vinyl gives you the look of leather and has greater durability. Unlike leather, vinyl is easy to clean, requiring just a wipe with a damp cloth. The one drawback is that vinyl can crease. However, the .
  5. May 28,  · Os "Claves", Luís Pinto Freitas, Luís Freitas Branco e João Ferreira da Costa, acompanhados por amigos: Jaime Pereira, Luís Garcia e Licas interpretaram a balada "Crer.
  6. O prémio para os Claves foi no valor de 15 contos, uma pequena fortuna para a época, se tivermos em conta que a aparelhagem e o instrumental do grupo custou contos. O disco contém versões de “Keep On Running” de Spencer Davis Group, “Where Have All The Good Times Gone” dos The Kinks, “Fare Thee Well” de Chad & Jeremy e uma.
  7. Place a clean soft towel or sheet on top of a table or clean hard surface and lay your record on top. Brush the vinyl record very carefully with the toothbrush. Use light pressure and long strokes when brushing. Rinse the brush with distilled water once you start to see dirt and lint gathering on the bristles.