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Cake in 15 Goes To A Record Sale!

22 Aug

So, in fear of rain and dire predictions by over-tanned midgets on Kare 11, Cake in 15 decided not to go to the State Fair and spend all that money on deep-fried desperation on a stick. Instead, we hit up the Cedar Cultural Center, who are hosting a 3 day record/book/memorabilia sale extravaganza. Thousands of records in boxes, waiting to be flicked through. All sorts of weirdnesses and musty smells- this could be a problem. To the ambient rock backing of Danny Sigelman‘s Self Sound Orchestra, we managed to rack up just over 60 records in under 45 minutes… an Olympic qualifying time if ever I saw one. And at a dollar apiece (we limited ourselves to that section – otherwise we may just as well have gone whole hog at the fair) it’s not sooooo bad.

The Record and Book Sale runs 10-6 Saturday and 12-6 Sunday. Admission is free. Visit for more info.

PLUS- The Cedar opens its 20th season Thursday, 9/4, with a free show featuring Kevin Kling, Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelles and more!

Full damage after the jump…

The rundown:

Michael Jackson- Thriller (awesome first find of the night)
Paul Simon- Greatest Hits, Etc.
Joan Jett- Bad Reputation
Steve Martin- A Wild and Crazy Guy
The Beach Boys- Endless Summer
Big Brother & the Holding Company- Cheap Thrills (One of the first records I ever heard on vinyl)
Fleetwood Mac- Rumors
Blues Brothers- Briefcase Full of Blues
Chess- Original Cast Recording (ABBA wrote this musical!)
Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Three- I Walk The Line Soundtrack
Simon & Garfunkel- Sounds of Silence
Arlo Guthrie- Alice’s Restaurant (Anyone have a copy of “Comin’ into Los Angeles?”)
The Stills-Young Band- Long May You Run
The Beach Boys- Surfer Girl
Elton John- S/T
Talking Heads- Little Creatures (Best band costumes EVER)
Louis Armstrong- S/T (A Harmony records compilation, but it has “Basin Street Blues” and “St. James Infirmary”)
Woodstock Two- Joan Baez, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Jimi Hendrix & More!
Joe Cocker- Joe Cocker!
Evie- Come On, Ring Those Bells (Apparently a staple of Stacy’s childhood)
The Story of Star Wars (from the Original Soundtrack- with voice clips!)
The Who- Who’s Greatest Hits
Emmylou Harris- Luxury Liner
Madonna- S/T
Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Two- Original Golden Hits
Bob Dylan- Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Vol. II
ShaNaNa- All-Time Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Hits (Can anyone explain to me why they were at Woodstock?)
Billy Joel- The Stranger
Mozart- Jupiter Symphony
Frank Sinatra- Strangers in the Night
The Shadow- Original Radio Broadcasts
Elton John- Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Handel- Messiah
Vivaldi- Four Seasons
Benny Goodman- Swing Into Spring
J.S.Bach- The Brandenburg Concertos
The Mama’s and the Papa’s- If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears (Cover shows them in a tub, with a sticker slapped over the toilet so as not to offend our delicate senses)
Janis Joplin- Joplin in Concert
The Rolling Stones- Sucking in the Seventies
Jan & Dean- Jan & Dean Anthology Album
George Harrison- S/T
Robert Plant- The Principle of Moments
Charlie Chaplin- Soundtrack from A Countess from Hong Kong
Bob Dylan- Slow Train Coming
Mahavishnu Orchestra- Visions of the Emerald Beyond
Big Sur Festival- One Hand Clapping (Joan Baez, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Kris Kirstofferson, Taj Mahal & Mickey Newbury)
Donovan- Greatest Hits
Bob Dylan- Dylan
Johnny Cash- Folsom Prison Blues
Bob Dylan- Street Legal (I like how I keep on pulling out those two next to each other)
Simon & Garfunkel- Concert in Central Park
Stand By Me- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Madonna- Vogue (the single)
Bruce Springsteen- Born in the U.S.A
David Bowie- Tonight
Lily Tomlin- This is a Recording
Joe Jackson- Look Sharp! (The craziest pair of white boots on the cover)
Johnny Cash with June Carter- Give My Love to Rose
George Harrison- All Things Must Pass
The Police- Synchronicity
Billy Joel- Greatest Hits


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