New Arrivals This Week at Dumb Records

Greetings! Greetings. Good morning. It’s another week at our Dumb Record store… and this time we are actually open! (With limited hours). Our store is open, we are still taking appointments before or after our operating hours, and we are still offering shipping, delivery, and pickup options at shopdumbrecords.com… what more could you ask for? Our physical store is open at 418 E Monroe Street from 12-5pm every day now. We’ll likely build those hours up over time. The arcade is still closed. Okay let’s dive into all of what’s new – this week once again we have a fresh stack of new and used LPs, 12″ singles, CDs, and more. We even have a whole bunch of turntables for sale!

New LPs
Aaron Frazer – Introducing Aaron Frazer
Big Red Machine – Big Red Machine
Brand New – Deja Entendu
Courtney Marie Andrews – Honest Life
Eminem – The Slim Shady LP
End Result – The Seven Year Locust Returns
Dead Kennedys – Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
Kraftwerd – Techno Pop
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Don’t Know How To Party
Peter Tosh – Bush Doctor
Protagonists – 1983-1985
Ray Charles – The Genius After Hours
Sleep – The Sciences
Superchunk – Indoor Living
Superchunk – Majesty Shredding
Syd Barrett – Opel
Thrice – Palms
Townes Van Zandt – In The Beginning
Various – New Your City Hardcore
Void / Faith – Split
X – Alphabetland

Used LPs
Bob James – All Around The Town
Canned Heat & John Lee Hooker – Hooker N Heat
Canned Heat – Canned Heat
Colosseum II – Electric Savage
Eddie Money – Eddie Money
Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Tarkus
Elton John – Sleeping With The Past
Emerson Meyers – Provocative Electronics
Ernie Hines – Electrified
Diana Ross – Last Time I Saw Him
Frank Sinatra – Sentimental Journey
Frank Sinatra – Nice N’ Easy
Gato Barbieri – Tropico
Henry Mancini – The Mancini Touch
Jane Wiedlin – Jane Wiedlin
Joe English Band – Live
John Hall – John Hall
Julian Bream – Popular Classics for Spanish Guitar
Mickey Thomas – As Long As You Love Me
The Mike Curb Congregation – Sweet Gingerbread Man
Nick Glider – City Nights
Ollie Baba – Ollie Baba
Ray Bohr – The Radio City Music Hall Organ
Ringo Starr – Bad Boy
Rolling Stones – Steel Wheels
Scorpions – Love At First Sting
Scorpions – Savage Amusement
Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’77 – Love Music
Steven Farmer & Michael Myers – Homegrown
Studio 78 – Music From The Movie FM
Vaneese Thomas – Vaneese
Yes – Going For The One
Yes – 90125
10cc – Look Hear?
13th Floor Elevators – Flivver

12” Singles
ABC – The Night You Murdered Love
Brand Nubian – A Child Is Born
Buffalo Smoke – Stubborn Kind of Fella
Nikki D – Hang On Kid

New / Used CDs
Annie Lennox – Bare
Annie Pennox – Diva
Art Garfukel – Scissors Cut
Asleep At The Wheel – The Best Of
Asleep At The Wheel – Superhits
Babyface – Face 2 Face
Ben Harper – Diamonds On The Inside
Ben Harper – Live At The Hollywood Bowl EP
Billie Holiday – The Quintessential
Black Hawk – Love & Gravity
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – The Collection Volume Two
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – The Collection Volume One
Chad Brock – III
Chad Brock – Yes!
Chubby Checker – Greatest Hits
Clint Black – Dilectrified
Clint Black – The Hard Way
Eurythmics – Peace
Eurythmics – Greatest Hits
Felix TX – Lechuza
Fishsticks – Disko
Five – Five
Garth Brooks – Fresh Horses
Indigo Girls – 3 Pak
Indigo Girls – Swamp Ophelia
Ja Rule – The Last Temptation
Jay-Z – Vol. 2 Hard Knock Life
Joe – Better Days
John McLaughlin – This Is Jazz #17
John Anderson – Paradise
Mark Chesnutt – I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
Mary Chapin Carpenter – Stones In The Road
Mindy McCready – Ten Thousand Angels
Nsync – Celebrity
Robert Earl Keen – Gravitational Forces
Sarah Vaughan – The Definitive Sarah Vaughan
Tammy Cochran – Tammy Cochran

Mark Schwartz: “Winterlieder”

Ah, yes the time is upon us. We always love to see winter or holiday-themed local releases, and today we bring you one from multi instrumentalist Mark Schwartz, who is constantly cranking out albums. This release is entitled Winterlieder and you can find it streaming on the player below. This release features ten songs – “computer music compositions celebrating the magical season.” Also head on over to the Mark Schwartz bandcamp page where you can purchase the download of the album and also hear much more of his music.

We have added this one to our Springfield album archive page, bringing us to 89 local releases we have kept track of this year.

Jeff Cowhick: “Tempered”

Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you all sure are thankful for… things. We are thankful for you. We are thankful for music. And… we are thankful for… pinball. But back to the music, today we are bringing you a brand new album from local solo artist Jeff Cowhick. This is Jeff’s third musical album under his own name, called Tempered. You can stream it on Spotify right here, or also on Apple music right here. No streaming services that we are able to embed below, sorry.

We do still have physical copies of Jeff’s first album, Firebrand in our store! We are closed now, but will actually be open tomorrow just for Black Friday. We are also adding this one to our Springfield album archive page… bringing us to 58 local releases we have kept track of so far this year!

New Arrivals This Week At Dumb Records

Lookout! Yes, our store is closed this entire week, and who knows how long after that, but we are still putting out plenty of great new and used LPs, CDs, and more onto the shelves!! Today we tested out putting a few records onto our Storenvy page and it seemed to work out pretty well, so we will probably keep going with that! We have shipping, local delivery, and local pickup options all set up for that to cater to your needs and make sure you get your records during this third-wave of COVID! Also we have our Discogs page set up and rolling for the same! Moving forward we may start listing more new LPs on our storenvy, and continue listing used LPs and all CDs on Discogs. We will see how things go! Here’s what’s new!

New LPs
AC/DC – Power Up
Albert Ayler – The First Recordings, Vol. 1
Bad Religion – Christmas Songs
Ghost Key – The Things I Am Not
La Dispute – Wildlife
Lambchop – Trip
The Menzingers – From Exile
Oneohtrix Point Never – Magic
Soul Glo – Songs To Yeet At The Sun
Testament – Dark Roots of Earth
Wilco – The Whole Love

Used LPs
Al DiMeola – Land of the Midnight Sun
Alejandro Escovedo – Big Station
Andreas Vollenweider – Book of Roses
Arthur Fiedler – Encore (Fiedler’s Greatest Hits)
Bill Burkett – Law And Love
Burt Bacharach – Burt Bacharach
Bobby Vinton – My Elusive Dreams
Claudine Longet – Claudine
Crabby Appleton – Crabby Appleton
Danny Davis – America 200 Years Young
Defunkt – Thermo Nuclear Sweat
Desmond Dekker – Compas Point
Engelbert Humperdinck – A Man Without Love
The Four Lads – Breezin’ Along
Frank Sinatra – This Is Sinatra Volume Two
Frampton – Breaking All The Rules
Genesis – Spot The Pigeon
George Harrison – George Harrison
George Harrison – Somewhere In England
Gigi Gryce / Donald Byrd – Gigi Gryce, Donald Byrd
Grover Washington, Jr. – The Best Is Yet To Come
Jackson Browne – Downhill From Everywhere
J.B. Lenoir – Natural Man
Johnny Dankworth – Bundle From Britain
Johnny Mathis – When Will I See You Again
Judy Collins – Running For My Life
The Last Poets – Douglas 3
Lenny Dee – Golden Organ Favorites
Lightnin’ Hopkins – Blues Hoot
Little Milton – Sings Big Blues
Maynard Ferguson – Primal Scream
Melanie – Candles In The Rain
Michael Franks – Burchfield Nines
Michael Franks – One Bad Habit
Mickey Mouse Club – Mousekedances
Martha Davis – A Tribute To Fats Waller
Miles Davis – Seven Steps To Heaven
Nina Simone – Pastel Blues
Paul Williams – Classics
Perry Como – Saturday Night With Mr. C
Poco – Live
Poco – Under The Gun
Riot – Restless Breed
Roger Daltrey – Under A Raging Moon
Ruth Welcome – Zither Goes West
Sally Rogers And Howard Bursen – Satisfied Customers
REO Speedwagon – Nine Lives
Sidney Bechet – The Grand Master of the Soprano Saxophone
Slim Whitman – Just For You
Stan Getz / Charlie Byrd – Jazz Samba
T.G. Sheppard – 3/4 Lonely
T.I.M.E. – Time
Three Man Army – Three Man Army
Triumvirat – A La Carte
Various – Modern Jazz Hall of Fame Volume 1
Walt Disney – Bambi
Walter Carlos – The Well-Tempered Synthesizer
Woody Herman – Woody Herman
Yo-Yo Ma / Chris Thile – Bach Trios

12” Singles
2Pac – In His Own Words
E-40 – Big Ballin’ With My Homies
Heavy D & The Boys – Who’s The Man
HWA – All That
L.L. Cool J – Big Ole Butt
Scholly D. – Housing The Joint
The Traveling Circus – Set It Off N This Mutha
Wendy Wall – Real Love

New / Used CDs
Andrew Lloyd Webber – The Premier Collection
Andrew Lloyd Webber – Gold
The Charlie Daniels Band – Road Dogs
Eminem – The Eminem Show
Eminem – 8 Mile Soundtrack
Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams Are Made of This
Exile – Latest & Greatest
Fantastic Plastic Machine – Beautiful
Full Devil Jacket – Full Devil Jacket
Guttermouth – Friendly People
Information Society – Peace And Love, Inc.
The Internationals – Behind Bars
The Internationals – Busted!
Jan Peerce – Neapolitan Serenade
Khia – Thug Misses
Naughty By Nature – Iicons
No Doubt – Tragic Kingdom
Pennywise – Unknown Road
Pet Shop Boys – Behavior
Pet Shop Boys – Release
Pulp – We Love Life
Rancid – Rancid 1993
St. Lunatics – Free City
Three 6 Mafia – Choices The Album
Ty England – Two Ways To Fall
Yusef Lateef – The Last Savoy Sessions
311 – Evolver

New Arrivals This Week at Dumb Records

Welcome to another Tuesday edition of “here are the things that are new inside of our store” here at Dumb Records. We are still open from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday. The virus is worse than ever before. If you want to stay at home and peruse our Discogs page, that is totally fine. But this week we do have plenty of new and used LPs, 12″ singles, CDs, and more. Let’s see what we’ve got:

New LPs
Fleet Foxes – Helplessness Blues
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Polygondwanaland
Kraftwerk – Computer World
Mort Garson – Music From Patch Chord Productions
Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Return To Greendale
Sleep – Volume One

Used LPs
Alessl – Driftin’
Amy Grant – Amy Grant
Barry Manilow – 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe
Claudine Longet – The Look of Love
Dinah Washington – September In The Rain
Doris Day and Harry James – Young Man With A Horn
Frank Sinatra – One More For The Road
Hank Thompson – On Tap, In The Can, Or In The Bottle
Herbie Mann – The Herbie Mann String Album
Jackie Gleason – Music To Remember Her
Jackie Gleason – The More I See You
Jesus Christ Superstar – A Rock Opera
John Davis And The Monster Orchestra – Up Jumped The Devil
John Hartford – John Hartford
Jo Stafford – The Hits of Joe Stafford
Johnny Cash – Sings The Songs That Made Him Famous
Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues
Julie London – Julie Is Her Name
Julie London – Love On The Rocks
Lee Ritenour – Rit
Lighthouse – Sunny Days
Little Sonny – Black & Blue
Little Willie LIttlefield – Jump With Little Willie Littlefield
Lynn Anderson – What A Man My Man Is
Merrilee Rush – Angel Of The Morning
Neil Diamond – Heartlight
Oscar Peterson – My Favorite Instrument
Paul Barbarin’s New Orleans Band – Recorded In New Orleans
Peggy Lee – The Best of Peggy Lee
Perez Prado – “Prez”
Pure Prairie League – Can’t Hold Back
Rod Stewart – Greatest Hits
Roy Clark – Come Live With Me
Roy Clark – Roy Clark’s Family Album
Siegel / Schwall – The Reunion Concert
Stanley Turrentine – Have You Ever Seen The Rain
Staying Alive – Original Sountrack
Subri Moulin – Jungle Percussion
Supertramp – Indelibly Stamped
Supertramp – Paris
Triumvirat – Old Loves Die Hard
Various – Happy Birthday U.S.A.
Various – The Playboy Jazz All-Stars
Various – Nitty-Gritty Guitar
Various – World Pacific Jazz Short Cuts
Various – 30 Golden Country Hits
Various – 30 Fiddler’s Greatest Hits
Willie Nelson – Pretty Paper
Willie Nelson – Angel Eyes
Xzibit – Man Vs. Machine

12” Singles
Clipse – The Funeral
Doug E. Fresh – If I Was Your Man
Geto Boys – Mary 2
Jazzy Jeff + Fresh Prince – I’m Looking For The One
S.A. Smash – Gangsta
Trick Daddy – Sweatin’ Me

New / Used CDs
Charlie Daniels – Listen Up!
Charlie Daniels – Super Hits
Charles Ives – An American Journey
The Charlie Daniels Band – A Decade of Hits
Da Hood – Mack 10 Presents Da Hood
Deryl Dodd – Pearl Snaps
Emmylou Harris – Wrecking Ball
Eric Heatherly – Swimming In Champagne
Eve – Ruff Ryders’ First Lady
E-40 – Breakin’ News
Five – Invincible
Fuel – Natural Selection
Gang of Four – A Brief History Of The Twentieth Century
Garbage – Garbage
Gary Numan – Down In The Park: Alternative Anthology
Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman
Goldfinger – Darrin’s Coconut Ass
Goo Goo Dolls – Jed
Idlewild – 100 Broken Windows
Ill Nino – Revolution Revolution
The Impotent Sea Snakes – Everything In Excess
Information Society – Information Society
Insolence – Revulution
The Internationals – On The Run Again
James Galway – The Very Best Of
Jay-Z – The Black Album
Joe Diffie – Biggest Hits
Lee Greenwood – God Bless The USA
Mac Davis – Very Best And More…
Mac Davis – Greatest Hits
Macy Gray – The Id
Marsill – Raw Material
MC Hammer – Active Duty
Missy Elliott – So Addictive
Musiq Soulchild – Aijuswanaseing
New Edition – Heart Break
Notorious B.I.G. – Life After Death
The Nylons – Live To Love
The Nylons – One Size Fits All
Pat Green – Three Days
Pet Shop Boys – Actually
Pet Shop Boys – Alternative Pet Shop Boys
The Romantics – Strictly Personal
Sam Philips – Fan Dance
Sara Evans – Three Chords And The Truth
Spring Heeled Jack – Amassed
The Step Kings – Let’s Get It On!
Ty England – Ty England
Various – The Best of Haydn
Various – Fatbeats Compilation Vol. 1
Various – Punk-O-Rama 3

New Arrivals This Week at Dumb Records

Happy Tuesday, we are a record store! And like any other week, we are continuing to plop out new and used LPs, 7″s, 12″ singles, cassettes, and CDs out onto the shelves. We have a number of new turntable in too for any of you looking into getting into vinyl as we approach this long cold winter. Our store is open every day from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. Check us out sometime. And of course, this Saturday is going to be a big one with the third Record Store “Drop Date” happening. On that day we will be opening one hour earlier at 10:00 am. There will be a stack of exclusive releases hitting the shelves, and maybe some extra new and used LPs going out. Other than that, here is what’s new for this week:

New LPs
Ariana Grande – My Everything
Earth Witch – Out of the Shallow
Entry – Detriment
Eric Church – Desperate Man
Dead Moon – What A Way To See The Old Girl Go
Green Day – Nimrod
Jeff Rosenstock – I Look Like Shit
Jesus Piece – Only Self
John Prine – Sweet Revenge
Megadeth – Dystopia
Modest Mouse – We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank
Primitive Man – Caustic
Restraining Order – This World Is Too Much
Smino – Blkswn
The Vandals – Oi To The World!
Viagra Boys – Common Sense

Used LPs
Barbara Mandrell / Lee Greenwood – Meant For Each Other
Bing Crosby With Buddy Cole – New Tricks…
Buster Benton – Spider In My Stew
Chick Corea & Gary Burton – Lyric Suite For Sextet
Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode
Claire Martin – The Waiting Game
The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz: Red Hot And Cool
Deodato – Very Together
The Doors – Other Voices
Dottie West – Carolina Cousins
Emmylou Harris – Blue Kentucky Girl
Eric Carmen – Tonight Your Mine
Frank Sinatra – My Way
Genesis – In The Beginning
Gentle Giant – Three Friends
George Harrison – Thirty Three & 1/3
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass – Summertime
The Ink Spots – For Sentimental Reasons
Johnny Mathis – Love Is Blue
Johnny Mathis – Faithfully
Lawrence Welk – Says It With Music
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Pronounced Len-Nerd Skin-Nerd
Melba Moore – Living To Give
Mel McDaniel – Stand Up
Mose Allison – Mose Alive!
Mystic Moods Orchestra – One Stormy Night
Ray Charles – True To Life
Robin Trower – Victims of the Fury
Steely Dan – Roayl Scam
Steppenwolf – Steppenwolf Live
Striker – Striker
Survivor – Caught In The Game
Terri Gibbs – Somebody’s Knockin’
UFO – Obsession
Van Morrison – Inarticulate Speech of the Heart
Various – Many Moods of Christmas
Various – Twenty All-Star Country Hits
Various – Super Stars in Country Music
Various – $64,000 Jazz
The White Sisters – Bless This House

12” Singles
EPMD – The Joint
Charles Wright – Express Yourself
M.C. Luscious – It’s My Thang
Mortal Miztuz – Backbone
Mr. Ozwald – What You Really Want?
Rodney O – What U Gotta Say
Trick Daddy Dollars – They Don’t Live Long

New / Used CDs
Alecia Elliot – I’m Diggin’ It
Branford Marsalis – Creation
Confederate Railroad – Rockin’ Country Party Pack
Confederate Railroad – Unleashed
Dixie Chicks – Fly
Dixie Chicks – Wide Open Space
Everything But The Girl – Walking Wounded
Firefall – You Are The Woman And Other Hits
Gene Loves Jezebel – Discover
Itzhak Perlman – A La Carte
Joy Division – Permanent: Joy Division 1995
Lee Greenwood – American Patriot
Lee Greenwood – Holdin’ A Good Hand
Linda Davis – I’m Yours
Master P – Ice Cream Man
Nanci Griffith – Clock Without Hands
Nelly – Suit
Nelly – Sweat
Nina Gordon – Tonight And The Rest of My Life
Portishead – Portishead
Professional Murder Music – s/t
Rednex – Cotton Eye Joe (Sex & Violins)
Rhea’s Obsession – Re:Initiation
Rosie Flores – Speed of Sound
Rosie Flores – Rockabilly Filly
Sugar Ray – On The Pursuit of Leisure
Usher – 8701
Tupak Shakur – The Rose The Grew From The Concrete
Wynton Marsalis – Baroque Music For Trumpets
Wynton Marsalis – The London Concert
2Pac – 2Pacalypse Now
2Pac – Better Dayz
Various – Punk O Rama #5

Today at Dumb Records: “Record Store Day 2020 Drop Date 2”

It’s been a long time since we’ve made any “today” or “tonight” at Dumb Records posts. Last month, the first Record Store Day “drop date” was a success and we were able to stick to our own guidelines of masks and limiting the number of people in the store, so we are ready for another one of these today. Today is the second of the three drop dates, which are happening at the end of August, September, and October. For these days we are getting in a number of exclusive Record Store Day releases. We listed out some of them on this post, and you can find some pictured above. Once again we have a more limited amount of these exclusives compared to normal Record Store Days we have participated in in the past.

In addition to those exclusive releases, we plan on putting out some more new and used records onto the shelves for today.

Our store is open today a little bit earlier than normal – we open at 10:00 am and are open until 7:00 pm. Masks are required and we are limiting the number of people in the store to 10.

Timothy Donavan Russell: “Storment Drome,” “Steps,” “Pursuant”

Happy new local music Friday everyone! It’s just been a lot of pinball lately, not a whole lot going on here in terms of new local music. Let’s get back to it! Recently, local sound artist Timothy Donavan Russell dropped three new releases in the forms of albums and songs up online. We have ALL three embedded on players below!

Storment Drome is on the bottom and is two tracks over 7 minutes long. These are “raw drone synth noise field recording weird.” Steps is in the middle, includes five new tracks. Then at the top Pursuant is one track over 8 minutes – “Studio jam on microKORG and Electro-Faustus Drone Thing Mostly in 18/4 time….”

Check all of that out on the player below, or head on over to the Timothy Donavan Russell bandcamp page for more music!

Offwhyte: “Propel Exact”

Yet another local hip hop project has dropped a brand new album during these times. This is a new one from Offwhyte – a long running talented artist originally from the 217 who has moved out to the west coast and back to Springfield over the years. This is Offwhyte’s brand new album called “Propel Exact.” Check some of that out streaming on the youtube player below. Also check out the album on Apple Music right here, or on Spotify right here.

Yet another local hip hop project has dropped a brand new album during these times. This is a new one from Offwhyte – a long running talented artist originally from the 217 who has moved out to the west coast and back to Springfield over the years. This is Offwhyte’s brand new album called “Propel Exact.” Check some of that out streaming on the youtube player below. Also check out the album on Apple Music right here, or on Spotify right here. From Offwhyte’s facebook page:

Galapagos4 cofounder Offwhyte returns, his alter ego taking center stage this time on Propel Exact. Offwhyte’s most fun album to date, the 14-track project is produced by G4 stalwart Open i and clocks in at a hearty 44 minutes. Themes include infatuation (“Sophie Turner”), being a dinosaur (“Velociraptor”), and his age group (“Generation X”). The all-digital album concludes with bonus track “I Am Not a Virus” produced by Kip Killagain. Featured artists on the album include Brzowski, Infinito 2017, Memphis Reigns and Grill Billyenz.

This is one of three albums that Offwhyte has released in the past four years. We are adding Propel Exact to our Springfield album archive page, brining us to

Demons On Wheels: “Souvenirs”

Today we bring you a brand new album from Springfield recording project Demons on Wheels. Demons on Wheels is one of a handful of projects put together by Mark Schwartz as mastermind and multi-instrumentalist, as featured on last month’s cover of Activator Magazine. This new album is called Souvenirs and you can find it streaming on the player below. You can also listen to and purchase more of Mark’s music over on the Demons on Wheels bandcamp page.

Demons on Wheels also released another album, Still Left Standing at the beginning of this year. We’ve also added this one to our Springfield album archive page, bringing us to a total of 44 local releases we have kept track of so far this year.