Just for fun, here's a few 7" singles which were released 1st - 5th November, did you buy any of these?

It's great to see some of these old record labels again...

1 November

1963 -The Rolling Stones, “I Wanna Be Your Man”

1974 -Supertramp, “Dreamer”

1982 -Duran Duran' “Rio”

1983 -The Rolling Stones, “Undercover Of The Night”

1992 -Ace Of Base, “All That She Wants”

2 November

1981 -The Police “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic”

3 November

1972 -Thin Lizzy, “Whiskey In The Jar”

1979 -Michael Jackson, “Rock With You”

1984 -Duran Duran, “Wild Boys”

1992 -Whitney Houston, “I Will Always Love You”

4 November

1964 -Marvin Gaye, “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)”

1980 -REO Speedwagon, “Keep On Loving You”

1983 -Simple Minds, “Waterfront”

1985 -Mike + The Mechanics, “Silent Running"

5 November

1970 -The Supremes & Four Tops, “River Deep, Mountain High”

1971 -T. Rex, “Jeepster”

Apparently, 2022 saw the largest volume of vinyl sales since 1990 with 5.5 million units sold in the UK.

Why do some people say they prefer vinyl records?

  • They provide a warmer sound than digital formats.
  • They offer a more immersive listening experience.
  • They allow fans to physically hold the album artwork.
  • Vinyl records are an active, not passive, experience.
  • Vinyl records are something tangible.

Maybe time to buy a record player again (if you haven't already got one)