Turntabling will have a MAJOR vinyl blowout for two days at StudioLab, located on the 5th floor of the Bridgeport Art Center. Saturday December 6 and Sunday December 7 are the dates for the Renegade Craft Fair which has found a new home at the Bridgeport Art Center. Those two days are artist open studios and Turntabling will be set up on the 5th floor in StudioLab, which is run by Joe Wallace who, coincidentally, also runs Turntabling.
There will be TONS of RARE VINYL and a lot of good discount finds and even a “pay what you prefer” bin. This is going to be a MAJOR sale of Turntabling stock and also includes rare CDs and much more. You do not want to miss this rare, one of a kind event featuring some of the most rare soundtrack and other vinyl finds we’ve got.
That’s SATURDAY and SUNDAY December 6 and 7 2014 on the 5th Floor of the Bridgeport Art Center located at 1200 W. 35th Street in Chicago in the Bridgeport neighborhood.
Unfortunately there is NO ATM in the building however, Turntabling is proud to use Square and does accept credit cards. See you there!
New in stock at the Turntabling shop at Discogs.com! Ennio Morricone’s amazing, experimental and barrier-breaking soundtrack for Gli Occhi Freddi Della Paura, also known in the USA as Cold Eyes Of Fear. There’s also the Clint Mansell (Pop Will Eat Itself) soundtrack vinyl for In The Wall, plus a delicious blue-and-black colored vinyl copy of... Read More »
Every once in a while it seems like a good idea to talk about why vinyl records are awesome, why it’s a good thing to collect vinyl and what it means to live the vinyl lifestyle. Not everybody who buys records is into “living the vinyl lifestyle” but for me personally, this is something I’ve... Read More »
We took a break to do a bit of travel including ALL the record stores in Portland, Oregon, but now it is time to update ye olde Turntabling inventory and get more of the most amazing vinyl finds up and available to you. I scour the earth looking for the rare, the weird, the hard-to-find,... Read More »
I got an awesome e-mail today asking about the soundtrack for the film Forbidden Photos of A Woman Above Suspicion, AKA Le Foto Proibite Di Una Signora Per Bene. Specifically, the question was, what can you recommend that is similar the Bossa Nova sounds of this film. That e-mail made my day, and I decided... Read More »
In case you haven’t noticed from all the giallo soundtracks Turntabling has for sale by Goblin, Morricone, Riz Ortolani, and many more, I am obsessed with giallo films, and Italian cinema in general. (Yes Eurocine is basically an obsession, but there’s something about those Italians…) Here is a fun little helping of giallo trailers–watching these... Read More »
Coming soon to Turntabling, some exquisite reissues from the mighty Italian label Dagored, very limited editions of only 500 each–do not miss these titles while supplies last!! All three of these classics are Ennio Morricone titles, and they won’t hang around long. We’ll post an update when these titles are available, and in the meantime... Read More »
1979 saw Goblin working on the soundtrack for this Italian film starring Jaqueline Bisset and Terence Stamp. Believe it or not, the title track was informed more by Burt Bacharach than prog, but the old classic proggy Goblin sound does rear its head on parts of this soundtrack. Have a listen to this rare, unusual-for-Goblin... Read More »
The soundtrack to Joe D’Amato’s Buio Omega is a pretty awesome proggy bass-n-synth fest that really doesn’t let you in on what you’re going to see when this Italian slash-splat masterpiece gets going. It’s got everything a transgressive Italian horror movie should have–a bit of wanton slicing, some embalming, some necrophilia…and then there’s the score... Read More »
What is it about Italian cannibal gut-munching movies and their soundtracks? These movies are infamous in their nasty ways–pure gross-out from start to finish that has you either becoming an instant fan, car-crash fascinated, or so revolted that you can’t stand the idea of watching another second. The Italian jungle cannibal movies are, for some... Read More »