OJ: Original Jedi
2: Van Dyke Parks. D? P? Is that a last name?
3: This Dillinja/Lemon D split single is gonna kill me.
3b: “Dad, I need an ‘N’ record.”
4: Is there an app for this?
5: I could put a piano in there.
6: Sell it all.
7: Dump it all.
8: Oh, then I’d have to sort the sheet music.
9: No, this is fun.
10: Take break to tweet a lot.
11: Yeah, I need this LP of John Cheever reading The Swimmer.
12: First sighted accidental second copy: Ray Davies’ Return to Waterloo.
13: I worked for Tower Records for 7 years full time. It’s probably best I never actually worked in a Tower store.
14: I own a heap of hip-hop 12″s but playing them interrupts this activity even more than tweeting does.
15: Whatever happened to [____]. Do not hit search. Do not hit search. Do not hit search.
16: Whew, hit a stack of Ns. Was worried the movers lost a crate (back in 2003 when I moved back to San Francisco).
17: I don’t think Randy Weston owns this many Randy Weston albums.
18: There were 4 people in Destiny’s Child at some point?
19: Note on Billy Childish LP says art’s inside it. Assigned him a drawing. We ended up not being able to print it.
20: Why’s this Ornette Coleman sleeve empty? (Whew, found it.) (And why’s “Ornette” not in my laptop’s dictionary?)
21: 5-year-old is making a temporary post-it sign. Says: “Dad, are there any silent letters in ‘various’?”
22: 5-year-old plays electric piano along to Nav Katze remix album, turns it into a Herbie Hancock album.
23: Done. (For now.) I still need to sort through this huge stack of WTF.
24: And then I’ll need to, you know, sort within each letter/category.
25: And, er, then on to the 7″s, 10″s and, er, CDs …
26: Then get ’em into a spreadsheet.
27: And then back to MP3/FLAC/etc., which is mostly what this was an exercise to avoid.