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Like You Used To Do - Tramp (3) - Put A Record On (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Put a Record On, an Album by Tramp. Released in on Spark (catalog no. SRLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock. Featured peformers: Mick Fleetwood (drums), Danny Kirwan (guitar), Dave Brooks (saxophone), Dave Kelly (vocals), Jo Ann Kelly (vocals), Bob Brunning (bass), Bob Hall (piano), Ian Morton (percussion), Barry Kingston (producer), Paul Holland (engineer).
  2. Tramp discography and songs: Music profile for Tramp. Genres: Blues Rock. Albums include Tramp, Put a Record On, and The Benefit Concert Volume 2.
  3. May 02,  · To properly store a vinyl record, you will need sleeves for the disc itself and the case it comes in. Sleeves are typically available from used music and record shops, as well as online retailers like Amazon, Sleeve City USA, and Bags Unlimited. Most vinyl records will require either 7 in (18 cm), 10 in (25 cm), or 12 in (30 cm) sleeves.
  4. 9. Vinyl Record Bookends: Fun fact: vinyl records are easy to melt and shape. In order to make record bookends, you just have to boil water (about an inch) in a flat-bottomed heat resistant container and dip the record into the hot water. Once heated, your record will easily bend and you can shape it to be the perfect bookend.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Put A Record On on Discogs. Label: R & T - RTL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: South Africa • Genre: Blues • Tramp - Put A Record On (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(1).
  6. 8 rows · Sep 08,  · referencing Put A Record On, LP, SRLP The LP should be merged with /5(12).
  7. To help the record stay put on the platter, and to reduce vibration coming through the platter, a mat is used between the platter and the record. Mats are often made from felt, cork, leather, rubber or acrylic, and these materials have slightly different effects on a turntable’s sound.
  8. Apr 02,  · You can easily turn any old, unwanted vinyl records into unique bowls! These crafty creations can be used for any storage purpose and make great gifts. All you need is an old, vinyl record, a heat-safe bowl, an oven, and a few minutes of free time. Make sure you have adequate ventilation for this project -- melting vinyl can produce harmful fumes.

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