J.P. Woodbury

Zia Records (record and pop culture outposts in Arizona and Nevada); contributor at Aquarium Drunkard; freelance music writer; podcaster; Tabasco user.
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Aquarium Drunkard’s J. Gleason weighs in on the Audio Recorders Archive. 

This year, the southwestern record store chain Zia Records is issuing an excellent Waylon Jennings / Sanford Clark single recorded in the ‘60s at Audio Recorders in Phoenix, AZ. The photo alone of this place oozes audiophile pleasure. I can imagine some of my friends wiping their bodies all over the walls.

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gratefuldeadnotes:

We got the tiniest sneak peak of this last month and man oh man it looks amazing large. We can’t wait to see the entire gatefold! Many congrats to Little Wings aka Kyle Field for killing it with this artwork!

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

"Trippin’ On Krupa" - Sun City Girls, Bohemia After Dark Show, Phoenix, Arizona, 1988

If you do the Record Store Day thing, I’ve got two guitar soli recommendations for you over on Aquarium Drunkard: Alvarius B. and Sir Richard Bishop’s If You Don’t Like It … DON’T! (with artwork by Dead Notes' Darryl Norsen!) and Glenn Jones' Welcomed Wherever I Go. So you should check those out. You should also spend some time thinking about Sun City Girls. Wow! 

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July 15, Phoenix. 

July 15, Phoenix. 

Been all Laraaji in the auto the past couple days. 

Been all Laraaji in the auto the past couple days. 

thehoneypillow:

Joe Gibbs Record Shack - a reggae landmark

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Jon Spencer at Crescent Ballroom, downtown Phoenix, Arizona. 

Photo by blogenhausen