Nearly every time I visit an op-shop I rummage through the vinyl selection. Often within the Jim Nabors, Nana Maskouri, Barry Crocker, and other regular outcasts there is some gold – well some gold for me anyway.

Here’s some of the vinyl gold I’ve picked up secondhand.

I love Peggy Lee and realised that while I’d bought this I don’t think I’ve listened to it. And you can see it cost me $1 last November.

Petula Clark does colour my world when I listen to her.

And love didn’t keep Captain and Tennille together but their song of the same name is great to listen to and karaoke goodness.

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