As promised, here’s the second portion of my Etsy purchase from Wonderland Toys. In actuality, these were the first of all the packs of cards I decided to buy when I found the seller. As The Beatles were also known as The Fab Four, this came in a bundle of four. I don’t think that … Continue reading 1996 Sports Time The Beatles Cards
After completing a recent entry where I drew some music trading card designs, I got an itch to buy some old cards and rip open packs. I’m well aware that pretty much any cards I obtained as a child had little-to-no monetary value, but I've always found something satisfying behind the mystery of what … Continue reading Dandy Rock’N Bubble Playing Cards
While I’ve never had a musical project that escaped the confines of a jam room or apartment, I often find myself admiring album art in wonder of what artistic styles would be appropriate for any particular sound. As good as the work of many of the more heavily-utilized cover artists can be, I feel I’d … Continue reading Please Make My Album Cover!
Have you ever made an incorrect assumption about a musician regarding where they were from? Not that it’s necessarily all that important, but I’ll safely say you have been mistaken on more than one occasion. Nobody is perfect, and I’m definitely among the flawed. I’m not sure how someone is able to tell where an … Continue reading Artists from Parts Unknown
Here’s what I’d call a good case for why it makes sense to keep your music collection sorted alphabetically without subdividing it further. Genres of music are descriptors that can be super-simplistic or so complicatedly-nuanced that classifications could cause months-long debates across internet discussion groups if you find two stubborn enough music fans not willing … Continue reading What Genre Am I? – William Shatner’s The Transformed Man
How can an adult still obsess over 2 ½ by 3 ½ inch pieces of paper? I can’t quite nail it down. I view it partially as a link back to my childhood, and partially as a way to learn a thing or two about something. When it comes to sports cards, collecting them can … Continue reading Rock Star Concert Cards
It’s show and tell time! I'm not a huge autograph seeker. I've spoken to a number of musicians at concerts I've attended, but never feel the urge to ask for an autograph. I haven’t used an autograph book since I was a kid when I would go to the Oldtimers charity hockey games featuring retired … Continue reading My Music Autograph Collection