Air Miami - Airplane Rider

Well, I plugged in my new Numark TTUSB turntable and made my first vinyl to mp3 conversion today! And it only took me three hours! It's the A-side of Air Miami's Airplane Rider 7" (Teenbeat 147) which was released in 1994 on Teenbeat Records. It's a pretty harmless little jangle pop song, assuming you don't have a fear of flying. My copy is on clear vinyl. Air Miami is one of several bands fronted by Teanbeat's intrepid CEO Mark Robinson; some of his other bands include Unrest, Flin Flon, and Grenadine. I have some Unrest and Grenadine 7"s which I may post one day, if I don't flag of the blog (this is my first blog and first post ever). The B-side of this 45, Stop Sign, is a bit of a throwaway in my view, so I'm not going to convert it now. There are records I'm more excited about converting and sharing with you, whoever you are.

Side A - Air Miami - Airplane Rider [3 stars mp3]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Met Ms B. Cross whilst gettin' some air in Jabberjaw's empty back patio (before it began to perpetually stink of puke, mind) over on old Pico Blvd in summer '92... both adorning Prince Valiant hair-dos, cropped golf jackets & levi chords & converse (then new wave fashion de rigueur) a fast friendship was made. A sweet lady, really, who She made groovin' on Acid in dorky DC a time & a half times three!!!