Wafting Lazily In The Mummified Grip Of An Ancient Steve Jobs Equivalent

2 thoughts on “Wafting Lazily In The Mummified Grip Of An Ancient Steve Jobs Equivalent”

  1. I miss the whole process, the adventure, of hunting down records. The lists we wrote; the fever that gripped us when we went into a record shop and started going through the discs in search of the grail (dose?) that would keep us satisfied for a couple of days. Then doing it again and again to find more.
    I’ve still got all my Josef K vinyls. Liked them much more than the other Postcard bands.

  2. You’re spot on. I still get butterflies in my stomach whenever a serious vinyl splurge is on the agenda; apprehension, the thrill of the chase… yet that’s probably a waning experience lost to future generations – sadly.

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