The monthly subscription service of the same name has curated a selection of LPs that any aspiring record collector should consider adding to their collection. While I may not agree with all of their choices, there's bound to be something for everyone in this book. And if you get that record-buying itch, why not scratch it right here at Northshire? — Chris Linendoll
Brought to you by the subscription club of the same name, Vinyl Me, Please: 100 Albums You Need In Your Collection is a vibrant visual guide to curating must-have records for any music lover’s shelf. Celebrating artists as varied and influential as Bikini Kill, Aretha Franklin, Wilco, and beyond, each entry includes an album’s artwork, a short essay from a contributing music writer, and further suggestions to help you expand your taste and build your collection. This sleek compendium even includes recipes for possible cocktail pairings to complete your listening experience.
Perfect for both new collectors and die-hard wax-spinners, Vinyl Me, Please revels in the album as art form and exudes the style, expertise, and passion that all crate-diggers share.