By A Wall Under The Sun Valley Moon With Just A Simple Melody Because Him Is A Baby


Side One

Under the Sun Valley Moon

Side Two

Trust in Me


Side One

Because Him is a Baby

Side Two

Goodbye Charlie


Side One

The Wall

Side Two

A Poor Man’s Roses


Side One

Just a Simple Melody

Side Two

Pretty Boy Lonely

McCartney May Meets Rainbow Wednesdays

Well, look at what we have here! Some white discs in the Paul McCartney section of the collection. These two discs kind of just got mixed into the pile and I didn’t even notice them until I pulled them out to photograph them. The color is very opaque and you can’t see through the disc at all.


Side One

Things We Said Today

Side Two

Biker Like an Icon


Side One

C’Mon People

Side Two

Down to the River

Patti Page On Rainbow Wednesday


I have “No Aces” as the B side to another Patti Page 7″ disc but I couldn’t resist picking up this green copy when I saw it. Taking a picture of it flat doesn’t do the color much justice. Holding it up to the window or a light shows the true hue.


Side One

No Aces

Side Two

No Aces


When the roomie and I saw this at the store, we had to have it. I mean, obviously! We both love Run D.M.C. and Ghostbusters is one of those classic, favorite movies of both our childhoods.

Ghostbusters Run DMC


Run D.M.C.

Side One

Ghostbusters (Dub Buster!)

Side Two

Pause (Dub Version)
Pause (Radio Version)

It’s Hard To Believe We’re Walking In The Underground

Pat Benatar in 2007

At 54, Ms. Benatar still looked fantastic. Of course, since the above photo is from 2007, she has aged a little but still looks phenomenal!

Le Bel Age Pat Benatar

Side One

Le Bel Age

Side Two

Walking in the Underground

Fire and Ice Pat Benatar

Side One

Fire and Ice

Side Two

Hard to Believe


The Vengaboys are a Dutch Eurodance group based in Rotterdam.

The brainchild of two Dutch producers Wessel van Diepen and Dennis van den Driesschen (Danski and Delmundo), the group consists of lead vocalist Kim Sasabone, vocalist Denise Post-Van Rijswijk and male vocalists Robin Pors and Donny Latupeirissa.

The Vengaboys enjoyed commercial success in the late 1990s. They are best known for their two UK number-one singles, “Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!” and “We’re Going to Ibiza”, as well as their worldwide hit “We Like to Party”. They have sold an estimated 25 million records worldwide. In May 2001, the World Music Awards awarded Vengaboys with the award for best-selling dance group of the year.

Groovilicious Vengaboys



Side One

XXL Version
Equator RMX

Side Two

Brooklyn Bounce

Side Three

Sharp Boys Master Blaster Mix
Pronti & Kalmani RMX

Side Four

Mark Van Dale with Enric
Airplay Mix

Mr. Richard’s Reviews: Lil Kim – The Notorious Kim

Lil Kim – The Notorious Kim (written by Kim Jones and produced by Rockwilder, Sean “Puffy” Combs, and Christopher “The Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace)

Honestly, this has been my jam for a cool minute. I don’t even want to put the record back in the stacks. It’s such an amazing track.

The fact that it features Notorious B.I.G. is too cool. His hook isn’t overbearing, but it brings some of that great 90’s flavor. The beat and production has so much Bad Boy Entertainment flair to it that it clearly qualifies as top notch golden era hip hop.

Lil Kim is one of my favorite female rappers of all time. It is so difficult to keep up with her delivery because she honestly speaks over 180 beats per minute. It’s a little nutty. This maxi-single goes right into “Big Momma Thang” featuring Jay-Z and both versions are dirty so I don’t have to move the needle all over the place. I don’t mind radio edits sometimes, but Lil Kim swears so much that the songs are always ruined. It’s so grimy and erotic but it’s not played out. Today’s female rappers on the radio use phrases that don’t get edited but mean totally disgusting things.

You know, but Lil Kim is an artist that rap vinyl lovers must have in their catalogue.

– Mr. Richard

Check out the original post HERE.

McCartney May: Spies Like Us

“Spies Like Us” is the title song to the 1985 Warner Bros. motion picture of the same name, starring Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, and Donna Dixon. It was written and performed by Paul McCartney, and was a top-ten hit in the United States in early 1986, reaching No. 7 on the singles chart.


Side One

Spies Like Us

Side Two

My Carnival

McCartney May: Paul McCartney’s Brave Face

With a legendary career spanning decades , it’s only expected that Mr. McCartney’s picked up some awards along the way:

Academy Award winner (as a member of The Beatles)

21-time Grammy Award winner

  • 12 as a member of The Beatles
  • Six as a solo artist
  • Two as a member of Wings
  • One as part of a joint collaboration

Two-time inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

  • Class of 1988 as a member of The Beatles
  • Class of 1999 as a solo artist

Member of the Order of the British Empire.

Planet 4148 named “McCartney” (International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center)

Knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his services to music in 1997

2008 BRIT Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music

Honorary Doctor of Music degree from Yale University award in 2008

2010 Gershwin Prize for his contributions to popular music

2010 Kennedy Center Honors

Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame awarded in 2012

2012 Légion d’Honneur for his services to music

2012 MusiCares Person of the Year


Side One

My Brave Face

Side Two

Flying to My Home