Vinyl Records Related Links
~ Some links to other vinyl records related sites ~
Record Collectors Guild – A great site for all things associated with vinyl records. A great user forum and links to other vinyl record stores and sites.
Goldmine Magazine – A nice publication for the vinyl record community. Great on-line resources available for hard copy subscribers.
VinylRecordDay.com – State-by-state list of “walk-in” retail vinyl record stores and shops. They also specialize in high quality album cover display frames.
BagsUnlimited – Over 30 years of providing all the things necessary to archive and protect your precious vinyl records.
Darksidevinyl.com – Some great info primarily on turntable, cartridges, styli, amps, and other sound system equip. Also has a page on where to buy vinyl records.
Peachesrecordcrates.com – Yes, you remember these wood crates used to store your vinyl records. These folks still make and sell them.
Album Discographies – the best site around for detailed listings of vinyl records from numerous labels.
Univ of Missouri-Kansas City – Tips on dating un-dated vinyl records. GREAT read.
Sixties’ Greatest Album Covers – Rankings decided on by site visitor votes so take with a grain of salt. Still, an enjoyable view.
Seventies’ Greatest Album Covers – Great visuals of 70’s LP covers.
World Of Grammaphones – a really good source of info on really old vinyl and playback equipment.
Keystone Record Collectors – Lancaster, PA record collectors group. Cool site.
Crosley Radio – A long history of making turntables/record changers. Cool website…lots of retro stuff!!
The Vinyl Engine – Self-proclaimed “home of the turntable”. Nice links and reads. Lots of free, downloadable user manuals, schematics, brochures, etc.
RadioUseOnly – A new site that features listings of many made-by-radio-station LP’s – the compilation LP’s consisting of songs by local hometown bands. Neat site concept!
AFRTS – Not really a vinyl site, but interesting nonetheless. The official site for The Armed Forces Radio & Television Service. Neat info about military broadcasting around the world. Also check out an associated site, AFRTS Archive, for for recorded programming from AFRTS. Also here’s a link to a DINFOS Alumni facebook page – DINFOS being the DOD’s Defense Information School, where all AFRTS broadcasters (otherwise known as DINFOS Trained Killers) are schooled in the broadcast arts.
More links coming soon!! Suggestions welcome, please e-mail us.