Thursday, February 16, 2012

CLOSED: Giveaway: Springsteen Vintage Vinyl Journal ($35 Value)


Winner: Debra Lee. Look out for an email from me soon! Looks like 13 was a lucky number! 

 

Vintage Vinyl Journals takes damaged vinyl and recycles the records and jackets into handcrafted bound journals.  At first I gasped, seeing a lot of titles in their inventory that I'd be happy to have even fair copies of, but I've been assured that no playable vinyl was harmed in the making of these handy books.

All journals are made from recycled materials and 100% acid-free paper. Each journal contains 240 high quality pages measuring 7-1/2" x 7-1/2" on 70 lb. paper. 

They sent me a Bruce Springsteen journal (retail $35 - $55) made from the Born in the USA jacket and what appears to be a promo LP for a 1986 boxed set, which I'll be giving away to one of you.

To enter: 
Leave me a comment with the title of the first record you remember buying or receiving as a gift and the email address I can contact you at if you win. 

For extra entries: Leave an extra comment for each entry!
- Tweet "@alyssadehayes is giving away a Springsteen vinyl journal! http://bit.ly/zqVwmk"
- Post the link to this giveaway to Facebook 
- Subscribe to this blog using your RSS reader or follow via Blogger.

(Don't cheat! A blog giveaway is not worth the bad karma of lying. The Boss would be disappointed in you.)

Giveaway closes 2/23 at 6PM EST. I'll use random number generator to choose a corresponding comment. Since it's a bit heavy, I can only afford to ship within the US.

Good luck! 


21 comments:

  1. I got the Yim Yames covering George Harrison vinyl as my first treat! <3 sami

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  2. First record I ever received was Wham's Make It Big. Yup, I'm that old.

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  3. My second entry comment: First 45 I bought was B-52's "Love Shack"

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    1. michael dot elves at gmail dot com is my email addy.

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  4. Sting - Dream of the Blue Turtles which I bought myself.

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    1. Heads up! If you don't leave your email address, I'll have no way to track you down if you win! Check the instructions for more info!

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  5. This is a tough question because I inherited my mother's record collection at a pretty young age. I grew up with records all around me, and I'm fairly certain that by the age of five, my mother had recognized that they were no longer hers. The first record I remember opening, as a legit gift, was Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf" with David Bowie's narration. It was a present because I was really sad about having to move to Florida.

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  6. I didn't yet have a turntable when I bought R.E.M.'s Chronic Town.

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  7. The Presidents Of The United States Of America - S/T

    Fond memories of laying on the couch in our basement blasting "Lump" and "Peaches" on my dad's old Yamaha turntable.

    grantgrisamore@gmail.com

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  8. "Elton John Greatest Hits" from my mother, the ultimate Bruce fan who I'm trying to win this for!!

    meg.routh@gmail.com

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  9. I'm your man - Leonard Cohen, from my father. I love it.

    nefene@hotmail.it

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  10. Queen - Greatest Hits I

    madshustedhansen@gmail.com

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  11. REO Speedwagon. You can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish!
    Distracteddebra@gmail.com

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  12. I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/#!/DistractedDebra/status/172535559225491456

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  13. I shared on Facebook at Easily Distracted Debra

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  14. first vinyl as a gift was U2's Joshua Tree.
    teamluis@gmail.com

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