Welcome to our Resource Links page. Here you will find websites that offer resources for areas covering music and information related to collecting vinyl records and all things retro.
I also add sites that I believe would be of interest and a benefit to my visitors.
I have selected some of my favorite vinyl record related links to help you find the best resources for your Vinyl Record collecting journey.
While Vinyl Record Memories is not directly involved with all of these sites, I do have a music association with some sites listed.
I have personally checked into each of them and believe you will find them useful.
The "Home of Rock 'n' Roll Music Roots." A large rockabilly site, featuring information on over 5000 artists, news, feature columns, show dates, talent profiles, links, photo scrapbook, and its own CD label. We embrace all types of early rock 'n' roll, whether it's called rockabilly, hillbilly boogie, or something else. Our purpose, for over 20 years, is to give recognition to the pioneers of this music genre.
Listen to my favorite Country Doo-Wop show Monday thru Saturday from 1pm to 3pm, all times Pacific.
DJ Ned Ward turns music into memories playing yesterday's Country Favorites and the Classic Hits of the 50's and 60's Doo Wop style on the new and exciting KNCP Newberry Mix 107.3 FM.
You won't be disappointed.
My friend, Greg Warth, has everything you need to know about model railroading right on this site...from designing, planning, laying track, building scenery and structures, wiring and operating trains and lots of special effects that make it even more fun and exciting than you ever thought possible. And the information is Free. Learn more...
Finally, a vinyl record store with a nice family feel to it. Visit our friend, Bill and his two sons, Scott & Jason for a friendly chat about your favorite vinyl records.
A very nice and much needed locally owned vinyl record store is Hamilton's newest gift to the vinyl record junkie. Contact and Facebook.
Welcome to Cowboy's Sweetheart Jewelry. This Boss lady is smart, sassy and she has good taste! Here you'll find hand-crafted, artisan jewelry inspired by cowgirls of the American West. Be sure to check out her Jewelry Bootique. Each creation is hand-made in Gold Hill, Colorado, USA.
The Easiest & Quickest Way To Add Video & Audio To Your Website. This is the only video service I use. The main reason...I have experienced first hand how their customer service continues to be a top priority with their customers.
We specialize in Dual turntables and Dual record player repair restoration. Do you have a Dual that needs to be seen by the Doctor? Contact us and be sure to see our beautiful All-Chrome Dual turntable.
The vinyl record collecting blog - with news about new vinyl record releases, vinyl record sales, this date in music history.
Thanks for an excellent musical experience. I found your website by accident and just kept enjoying one classic after another. Great job! Like yourself, I'm still enjoying my vinyl collection. We share many of the same favorite artists. Regards,
Jim Miles, Germantown, MD
Congratulations on an outstanding site. I am from old school. I was 13 when Rock & Roll erupted in 1955. I would literally run home from school to watch Bandstand every day. I lived outside Philly and grew up with all the Philadelphia music scene and its performers. Keep up the good work and I thank you for your time and effort in keeping the old vinyl music alive for us and future generations.
Bill Moore (retired)
"I don't usually contact doo wop article authors as I rarely find much value in the articles, but your article struck me as sincere, genuine and respectful."
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"In The Still Of The Night" (1956)
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This must-needed dictionary will help you understand the old recording industry. Bubblegum music, cherry pie, album cover art, ride a record, and other forgotten terms are revealed in "Spinning the Groove," the big book of old record business lingo, lore, legends, and trivia for vinyl lovers, record producers, and disc jockeys.
The Jackie Wilson Story looks at the life and career of this deeply troubled artist and his 1958 signature song, "Lonely Teardrops." His recorded voice stands as clear evidence of his rightful place a…
It was 1962 when Eugene Dixon became Gene Chandler and released the Duke of Earl oldies music lyrics under the Vee-Jay record label. A million copies sold in a little over a month and the song would b…
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