THE RECORD KITCHEN ~~~~~~~~~~~ obscure to lesser known, rare to common vinyl 45 rpm record sides.
It's all about the song
August 18, 2011
Vocalist Pancho Villa I believe is aka Charles Miller or Charles Winfield?
Just don't know for sure. Sloppy soul with some well written lyrics...
"Whip It - Whip It - Whip It, Come On And Sip It"
a-AH! Yeah-Ha! Ah
This blog is for lovers of the song pressed on the vinyl 45, songs lesser known, to obscure...
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The days of finding 45 rpm records at flea markets, thrift stores, garage sales, and even record stores is fading fast in the iPod/digital device age...
Started hunting down records in the 70s. Love the ritual of dropping the needle into the groove, watching it spin, hearing a few dull crackles, pops, or hisses, the label art, etc.
I like just about all genres/styles of music, but Soul and R&B have been my passion.
Unfortunately, hearing these records pressed and converted into digital files diminishes the sound a lot. It just doesn't give a warm analog sound records have. To hear a vinyl 45 through speakers and an amp is quite stunning. But it will have to do. Happy listening.