Love Records for February

by Administrator 12. February 2019 12:05

Valentine’s Day: the holiday with a reputation more divided than our current political parties. For those lucky enough to have found love, February can be a great opportunity to go all-out on the sappy dates and romantic gestures. On the other hand, February is also the month many of us are reminded we are still single and should maybe put some effort into finding that perfect person. Whatever your relationship status may be, you are guaranteed to find something enjoyable from this month’s track list!

 

Daydreams: (Just to Keep up on) The Lovin’ Side / Part of Your Love

 

 

Label: Dial 4029 (1966).

Label Owner: Buddy Killen, Nashville, TN (1961-1979).

A Side: (Just to Keep up on) The Lovin’ Side

B Side: Part of Your Love

February creates a sense of urgency in our dating lives. Take a look at the significant increase in consumers using mobile dating apps during the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day if you don’t believe me. The A side of this record sings about the crazy and irrational things we sometimes do to find love. Sometimes we may even get a bit jealous, like when we see our 5th grade crush on Facebook celebrating Valentine’s Day with someone else. The B Side, “Part of Your Love,” touches on this theme. 

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Daylighters: For My Baby / Sweeter

 

Label: Tip Top 2010. Released in 1965.

Label Owners: Charles Colbert Sr. & Charles Colbert Jr. 8956 South Wallace, Chicago, IL. (1962-1967)

A Side: For My Baby

B Side: Sweeter

Who doesn’t like a good shuffle? For My Baby is guaranteed to get your hips moving. February is a great time to remind your special someone how much they are appreciated and loved. If you are spending Valentine’s Day alone this year give yourself some extra love and appreciation instead. A little reassurance can go a long way and if you need some help communicating your feelings, the Daylighters’ “Sweeter” might give you a few ideas. 

Sound Clips and Order Information

 

Malcolm Dodds: All for the Love of a Woman / Come on Home

 

Label: MGM 12975. Released in 1960. (1950-1980)

A Side: All for the Love of a Woman

B Side: Come on Home

We go to great lengths for the people we love and Malcolm really hits the nail on the head with the A Side of this vinyl. Dodds’ catchy melody, repetitive chorus, and periodic rhythmic breaks make this song worth listening to. You’ll have to visit our store or purchase the vinyl to hear Side B!

Sound Clips and Order Information

While listening to these tracks through the links provided be sure to write down the record number as you will need this when checking out with our secure form. We will see you in March for next month’s blog!

 

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Safari Casa
Safari Casa United States
3/13/2019 8:29:14 AM #

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