A Record of My Vinyl: A Collector’s Catalog By Potter Style was published on August 29th, 2017 by Clarkson Potter Publishers.
Whether you’re a casual collector or vinyl store junkie, this essential journal–with a high-quality cover that looks and feels like a record–includes: -Space for cataloging details and “liner notes” or memories about your vinyl
-Tips for cleaning discs and maintaining a serious collection
-Information on evaluating vinyl for resale from Goldmine’s vetted rating system
-Perforated wish lists to tear out and take with you
A catalog, journal, and guide all in one, A Record of My Vinyl is the ultimate autobiographical companion to your analog collection.
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About the author: POTTER is an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group that makes high-quality gift and stationery products that range from traditional to trendy.
My thoughts: A Record of My Vinyl is a journal type log book where you can list all the vinyl records you own and all the ones you want to add to your collection. This hardback book has a realistic feeling vinyl record that wraps around the book making it a book that will truly standout from the rest. Inside you have a section where you can log all the vinyls that you own with categories for artist, label, album, country, catalog number, year, grade, and notes. There is also a section for most wanted vinyl that includes a place for artist, album, catalog number and year. Throughout this book there are little tidbits of information about vinyl records that help add to the overall uniqueness of this book. This book would make a great gift for anyone who loves vinyl records or a sweet treat for yourself.
** I received a complimentary copy from blogging for books in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. **