Vinyl Collection

45’s :

Rag Doll / St. John – Aerosmith

Kings And Queens (Short And Long Version) – Aerosmith

Hey Jude / Revolution – The Beatles

A Hard Day’s Night / I Should Have Known Better – The Beatles

I’ll Cry Instead / I’m Happy Just To Dance With You – The Beatles

Gonna Fly Now (Theme From “Rocky”) / Reflections (From “Rocky”) – Bill Conti

Back In The U.S.S.R. / Big Shot – Billy Joel

You Give Love A Bad Name / Raise Your Hands – Bon Jovi

Clock Strikes Ten / I Want You To Want Me  – Cheap Trick

Chipmunk Punk – The Chipmunks

Rocket (Lunar Mix) / Woman (Live) – Def Leppard

Rope Around A Fool / I Don’t Wanna Go On With You Like That – Elton John

Someone Saved My Life Tonight / House Of Cards – Elton John

Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me / Sick City – Elton John

5 Song EP (Unfurling A Darkened Gospel , Summon The Hounds , Constitutional Masturbation , Regurgitated Disinformation , March To Global Enslavement) – Job For A Cowboy

Main Title (Theme From “Jaws”) / End Title (Theme From “Jaws”) – John Williams

Girl Can’t Help It / It Could Have Been You – Journey

The Crunge / D’Yer Mak’er – Led Zepplin

Take It Away / I’ll Give You A Ring – Paul McCartney

It’s Not True / Press (Video Edit) – Paul McCartney

Re-Education (Through Labor) / Minor Threat – Rise Against (White Vinyl)

Going To a Go Go’ (Live) / Beast Of Burden ( Live) – Rolling Stones

Harlem Suffle / Had It With You – Rolling Stones

Freewill / Closer To The Heart – Rush

Winner Takes It All – Sammy Hagar

King Tut – Steve Martin (two copies)

The Superbowl Suffle (The Chicago Bears Shufflin’ Crew)

Surfing Bird – The Trashmen

Desire / Hallelujah Here She Comes – U2

That Boy Could Dance / Eat It – Weird Al Yankovic

City Of New Orleans (Unedited Version) / Why Are You Pickin’ On Me – Willie Nelson

Let It Be / Permanently Lonely – Willie Nelson

Give Me All Your Love / Straight For The Heart – Whitesnake

Children Of The Night / Here I Go Again – Whitesnake (two copies)

I Can See For Miles / Mary Anne With The Shakey Hands – The Who



LP’s :

Special Forces – .38 Special

Wide Eyed Southern Girls – .38 Special

Greatest Hits – Alice Cooper

Welcome To My Nightmare – Alice Cooper

The Amazing Spider-Man And Friends (The Mark Of The Man-Wolf)

Asia – Asia

Alpha – Asia

Congregation Of The Damned – Atreyu (Sealed)

Nightmare – Avenged Sevenfold

The Beatles 1967-1970 – The Beatles

Those Of You With Or Without Children, You’ll Understand – Bill Cosby (sealed)

Don’t Need My Gun – Billy Idol (12″ Single)

Ritual – The Black Dahlia Murder

Great White North – Bob & Doug McKenzie

On Our Own (from Ghostbusters 2) – Bobby Brown (12″ Single)

Boston – Boston

The Breakfast Club Soundtrack

Hell Chose Me – Carnifex

Close Encounters Of The Third Kind Soundtrack

Dream Police – Cheap Trick

Live At Budokan – Cheap Trick

Next Position Please – Cheap Trick

Big Bambu – Cheech And Chong

Chickenfoot – Chickenfoot

Made In Europe – Deep Purple

How Could It Be – Eddie Murphy

Breaking Hearts – Elton John

Friends – Elton John

Too Low For Zero – Elton John

Tumbleweed Connection – Elton John

Madman Across The Water – Elton John

Jump Up – Elton John

11-17-70 – Elton John

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road – Elton John (one original copy and one reissue copy)

Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only The Piano Player – Elton John

Live In Australia With The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – Elton John

Elton John – Elton John

A Single Man – Elton John

Caribou – Elton John

Rock Of The Westies – Elton John

Blue Moves – Elton John

Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite – Elvis

They Only Come Out At Night – Edgar Winter Group

Rumours – Fleetwood Mac

Live – Foghat

Foreigner – Foreigner

Occupation Foole – George Carlin

Indecent Exposure Some Of The Best Of George Carlin – George Carlin (Promotional Copy)

Chinese Democracy – Guns N’ Roses

The Rise Of Brutality – Hatebreed

Passionworks – Heart

Greatest Hits / Live – Heart

How The West Was Won Original Soundtrack

Aqualung – Jethro Tull

Songs From The Woods – Jethro Tull

Benefit – Jethro Tull

Infinity – Journey

Leftoverture – Kansas

Rock And Roll Over – KISS

Alive! – KISS

Lick It Up – KISS

Gene Simmons Solo Album – KISS

Paul Stanley Solo Album – KISS

Peter Criss Solo Album – KISS

Ace Frehley Solo Album – KISS

As The Palaces Burn – Lamb Of God

Bat Out Of Hell – Meat Loaf

Dawn Patrol – Night Ranger

Jesus Christ Superstar Soundtrack

The Muppet Show 2 Soundtrack

Play Deep – The Outfield

Bark At The Moon – Ozzy Osbourne

In The Heat Of The Night – Pat Benatar

Crimes Of Passion – Pat Benatar

Precious Time – Pat Benatar

Live From Earth – Pat Benatar

Get Nervous – Pat Benatar

Tropico – Pat Benatar

Putting It Straight – Pat Travers

Mental Health – Quiet Riot

Rising – Rainbow

On Stage – Rainbow

Invasion Of Your Privacy – Ratt

Out Of The Cellar – Ratt

You Get What You Play For – REO Speedwagon

Ridin’ The Storm Out – REO Speedwagon

Good Trouble – REO Speedwagon

Rocky Soundtrack

Rock III Soundtrack

Rocky IV Soundtrack

12×5 – The Rolling Stones

2112 – Rush

Hemispheres – Rush

Moving Pictures – Rush

Let’s Get Small – Steve Martin

A Wild And Crazy Guy – Steve Martin

Comedy Is Not Pretty – Steve Martin

Fly Like An Eagle – Steve Miller Band

Killroy Was Here – Styx

Cat Scratch Fever – Ted Nugent

Always The Hard Way – Terror

Jailbreak – Thin Lizzy

The Story Of Star Wars (From The Original Soundtrack)

Under The Blade – Twisted Sister

Women And Children First – Van Halen

Walt Disney’s Happiest Songs

Somewhere Over The Rainbow – Willie Nelson

Always On My Mind – Willie Nelson

Willie And Family Live – Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson Sings Kristofferson – Willie Nelson

Whitesnake – Whitesnake


Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger — Chicago, IL — November 13th, 2011

Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger -- Chicago, IL -- November 13th, 2011
Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger — Chicago, IL — November 13th, 2011


Okay so for anyone that doesn’t know Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger are the keyboardist and guitarist of “The Doors”!

Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger -- Chicago, IL -- November 13th, 2011
Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger — Chicago, IL — November 13th, 2011

So this was at The Congress theater and arrived there at around 530 or so with doors opening at 630 and show at 8. There were already around 150 people or so in line I’d guess. Although they opened doors early! Yes House Of Blues please take note of that! So we made it up to second row behind the rail. Super close and we picked Ray’s side to be on (amazing choice). Also I’d feel safe saying that place was PACKED! Close to sell out at least.

Also no opener! This was one of the shows where its so amazing that you don’t need one. Although they did come on at 8:20 and after standing there all that time we were getting antsy.

Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger -- Chicago, IL -- November 13th, 2011
Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger — Chicago, IL — November 13th, 2011

Setlist : Roadhouse Blues

Break On Through/She Get High/Dead Cats,Dead Rats

Strange Days

Crystal Ship


Waiting for the Sun

Soft Parade

Backdoor Man (with Rick Manzarek on guitar)


King Snake

Not To Touch the Earth

Touch Me

Five to One

L.A. Woman

Encore: Light My Fire

First off, wow was this show loud! I mean like not only the loudest band I’ve seen but the crowd was insane. Everyone was singing so loud it almost overpowered the band. And the band was amazing. Their new singer sounds almost dead on like Jim and their drummer is actually quite good. Also they had a guy from stage crew do symbols and bongos for a few songs well the drummer was going at it. Quite awesome.

Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger -- Chicago, IL -- November 13th, 2011
Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger — Chicago, IL — November 13th, 2011

Onto the main guys : Ray and Robby. Both were insane. Ray is a monster on keys and had some awesome crowd participation. A bit of a foul mouth though that I didn’t expect. Plus he’s from Chicago so we got a call out. Robby is also pretty crazy on guitar and its even crazier that he doesn’t use a pick. Although he had like spotted clown pants on.

Also they extended a few of the songs most noticeably their encore : Light My Fire. That song alone was 15 minutes that I recorded and had to keep still. Everyone had a solo during it plus they all kinda danced around the stage with various instruments and had a good time. It was amazing to see some of those songs played.

Also one of the coolest parts was my dad standing behind me singing having the time of his life. He never thought he’d get to see guys from his one of his favorite bands ever so that was also awsome.

So overall they played for about 2 hours and I must say if they come near you GO SEE THEM! I had alot more fun that expected.

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