I want to share with you my favorite Sufjan Stevens and Bon Iver albums, I also noticed they’re albums that have helped me during difficult times in my life of lost, loneliness and brokenness. The albums are hopeful and beautifully written that will leave you feeling hopeful. 1. Sufjan Stevens, Carrie & Lowell (2015) 2. Bon Iver, For Emma, Forever Ago (2007) 3. Bon Iver, i,i (2019)
We go on a thrift store hunt to discover new music and add to our vinyl collection records that we find at Goodwill. I also search through stacks of CDS to buy those albums I always wanted but never bought full price. This is a great video to watch if you want to start your own music collection and enjoy the hunt for some new music.
I ask my husband to share with me his top 5 favorite albums that he owns and why he added them to his collection. He shares with me some of his 70’s classic albums like Heatwave / Central Heating (1978) and his 80’s favorite band Queen. He likes to thrift his albums and find them at a discounted price at Goodwills. 1 Heatwave / Central Heating (1978) 2 Stevie Wonder / Innervisions (1973) 3 Calvin Harris / Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 (2017) 4 Queen / Greatest Hits (1981) 5 Wu-Tang Clan / Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (1993) BONUS album Barry White / Barry White’s Greatest Hits (1975)
I share the albums I added to my vinyl collection in 2019. We are half way though the year and I have 4 albums to share with you and why I picked those to add to my record collection. I give a music review of new music additions. Enjoy watching unboxing of the vinyl records and see the albums cover art. (Which is one of my favorite things about vinyls!)
I share some of my top albums in my cd collection. Music from the 90’s to 2000’s. Every album I decided to keep I have a special connection that help me grow into the person that I am do. I have so many great memories with these albums.
My mission is to find where the creative people live in Seattle. I discover some cool record shops and where the real people live! Ballard, Seattle
Sharing music is one of my favorite things to do. Starting your own vinyl collection can bring the joy of looking and discovering music back in to your life. I share my top vinyl albums that are worth adding to a collection and the reasons why they are special enough to spend money on.
Looking for new music can be an adventure in its self, I share how I find new music by visit a record store, and how much fun it is to discover albums you would have never come across. It can be an hunt to find the perfect album to add to your collection.