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Francis Dunnery  
Chris Difford  
Henry Priestman  
Stephen Harris  
Hello Leo   
Glass Hammer  
Big Big Train  
Chris Braide  
My Darling Clementine  
Comedy of Errors  
Thieves' Kitchen  
Matt Deighton  
Tom Brislin  
Duncan Reid  
Also Eden  
Judy Dyble  
Curved Air  
Darling BOY  
John Bentley  
Trevor and The Joneses  
Pat Dam Smyth  
Rosco Levee  
Joel Sarakula  
Mark Nevin  
Lotte Mullan  
Strange Majik  
This Oceanic Feeling  
Derek Philpott  
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Henry: Vinyl : it get's scratched so easily, don't leave it in a car or it'll warp, the cover gets scuffed, you lend it to people and it never comes back the same, it's soooooooo unreliable...and yet....I've been entranced by vinyl ever since I was 7 and my Mum and Dad bought me my first record: Johnny and the Hurricanes' "Beatnik Fly" probably explains my love of all things organ).

Years spent going through 2nd hand record shops (drives my wife mad!), car boot sales, Oxfam shops...found a Japanese Creedence Box set in Oxfam about 8 years ago for £1.99...trouble is, now Oxfam are all sussed as to the value of albums...makes it no fun anymore!

Have to admit I went over to the "dark side" around 1987 and bought my first CD player, so don't buy much/any new vinyl these days, but I'm still to be found most days rifling through bins in Scope, British Heart Foundation, Help the Aged etc...but NOT Oxfam!

And the main advantages over CD are the sleeves (I can lose myself in a gatefold for hours...and I can actually READ the lyrics) and of course, it SOUNDS better.

I'm so thrilled that my "Chronicle of Modern Life" is coming out on vinyl...and gatefold at that!

(The picture on the left is about half my collection...the rest is at the studio!)