Don't do it son - You'll be sorry - keep a player and play them in the garden or garage etc. I've given away hundreds of cassettes and too many vinyl albums over the years but it's virtually all out on cd now as you say. Keep 'em man - just don't ****** tempt me to take em ok. Heh Heh
Actually, right this moment I'm listening to the 11-14-73 in the Tapers' Section.
Last night, I re-started the process of converting my tapes to digital files. Got through some choice shows from 1970 and 1973 (the tour with the 2-man horn section).
Since I'm doing this, I no longer have a need for the actual cassette tapes, but I don't want to throw them away - bad for the environment and a waste of years of meticulously saved music. So ... anyone want them?
I'm going to be going through probably 20 shows (30-40 tapes ) a week. And I have well over 1000 hours of music - not just GD, but Allmans, Springsteen, jazz, bluegrass, SCI, etc. I know cassettes are old school, but many are in great condition and I would be glad to give them to someone - sort of like the old "blanks and postage" deals except all you have to send is the postage and SASEs.
I know, I know - all the music is available in digital formats if you look in the right places. But I thought I'd throw this offer out there before I have to get rid of them. If you're interested, email me at email@example.com.
"Folk rock for groovin families!"
and we bid you goodnite...full blown version!
it's like having brother jerry conducting sunday services.... better git naked ta pray!
My finger ain't hittin the right keys this morning folks
Tomnes Van Zant - NOTHIN' The pertect Sunday morning song to help you get through the day. Heh heh.
7/29/88 on the Grateful Dead channel.....Gimme Some Lovin' is on now.
R.I.P. Mitch, one of the most gifted drummers ever. Listening to Electric Ladyland is one of my GRATEST joys. You are missed.
Leon Russell - Leon Russell (Shelter Records)
Crosby, Stills & Nash - Daylight Again
The Doobie Brothers - Minute By Minute
Symphony in D, Hob.1:6 "Le Matin"
Symphony in C, Hob.1:7 "Le Midi"
Symphony in G, Hob.1:8 "Le Soir"
The English Concert Trevor Pinnock
"Where does the time go?"