It’s been a very busy week so far preparing for Cinema Wasteland just outside Cleveland Ohio. Turntabling will get back into the swing of regular updates next week after the dust settles; we know it’s been a bit sparse round here lately with all the traveling and record selling, but our work resumes in earnest after the show.
We’ve got The Turntabling Collection for sale at Cinema Wasteland once again–our growing pile of rare, awesome, hard-to-find, and unusual vinyl is for sale and every title you buy directly supports this site, for which we thank you.
There are many people to thank for helping out at the Turntabling booth recently; first and foremost Jennifer Kilzer without whom so much of the Turntabling experience would be much less interesting and fun–her taste in music alone makes her irreplaceable on those long drives.
Jeff Runokivi has also been a mainstay–his help and company at Cinema Wastelands and Horrorhound has been invaluable, and it also great to have Mike Riley along for our first-ever Days of the Dead in Atlanta (not to mention our friends Eliesha and Geoff Huitt who were awesome hosts and tour guides).
And I can’t thank a group of people without mentioning Jon Kitley, head ghoul at Kitley’s Krypt, who got me started in this whole convention record selling stuff in the first place. He took me to my first horror con ever four years ago and I’ve been in big trouble ever since. The Kitley’s Krypt bunch is a family affair, so additional thanks to Nick and Dawn Kitley for being all-around awesome.