Cheap, But Definitely Not Nasty, As My Motown Vinyl Collection Grows Considerably

Earlier today, I took advantage of going to a town with my wife and granddaughter by visiting charity shops in pursuit of vinyl.

Not any old plastic though but Motown.

I tell the story in the video but I ended up with ten singles for £1.50.

That’s 15p each.

We use the term cheap and nasty but while the former most certainly fits the bill, the latter isn’t even in the equation.

The records I bought, in no particular order, were:

One Day In Your Life / Take Me Home – Michael Jackson

I’m Coming Out / Give Up – Diana Ross

Get Ready / My Girl – The Temptations

Sail On / Captain Quick Draw – Commodores

Let It All Blow / Now That I Have You – Dazz Band

All Night Long (All Night) / Wandering Stranger – Lionel Richie

Three Times A Lady / Can’t Let You Tease Me – Commodores

Jimmy Mack / Third Finger, Left Hand – Martha And The Vandellas

Indiana Wants Me / Love’s Your Name – R Dean Taylor

Respect Yourself / Fun Time – Bruce Willis

I recently changed the format of the page where my collection is logged, photographing all the record covers.

It looks great now.

You can access that here.