Can't help you on LP's ,I am not into vinyl but noticed you spelling mistake.It is buy and not"bye".Put "vinyl" in the search box instead.
I get some of my vinyl from used record stores when I'm visit larger cities, I have gotten a number of nice used records from the audio dealer that I buy most of my stereo equipment from, I have gotten a few from e-bay though I hate the auction scene, and I buy new ones very selectively from music direct or other such companies. I prefer used as they are much cheaper and one of the biggest reasons that I listen to vinyl is to get records that are not on disk. I do have a RCM which is great in turning dirty records into pristine.
Used to buy almost all my records at used record stores, Princeton record exchange in NJ (when I used to live there) The Record Archive in Rochester NY. Where I live now is not too convenient to any stores and I buy almost all records online. Used or new on Ebay. Also check out Music Direct out of Chicago.
Here's a start, links provided below.
I also suggest using Google for the exact title with "LP" following the name and see what turns up.
There's also Ebay, search LP only and even restrict to speed, size and type of music if you wish.
If you don't find what you want, add the title to your "search" and you get auto notify (email) when that LP comes up in action or Ebay store.
Right now I have six new LP's leaning against the wall to play tomorrow night. That is a normal week. Believe me, there is a lot of vinyl out there.
Looking at Ebay, search for records:
169,725 items found in Records
Assuming 98% is stuff you don't want or like, a "starter" collection of 3,395 records remains.
You can also try elusivedisc.com and acousticsounds.com. In addition to new records, Acoustic Sounds usually has a stock of around 20,000 used records. They are not cheap on used stuff, but it is correctly graded and guaranteed. Another excellent source for used vinyl is vinylrehab.com. He also grades well, prices are cheap, and there may be nothing that he doesn't have.
Nice Links Albert.
Mr Capp, don't worry about the spelling. Everybody knew what you meant. Besides, the spelling nazi who corrected you also made a spelling mistake i.e. "noticed you spelling mistake." It should be your, not you. He also failed to put a space after the period at the end of a sentence and put a space before a comma when it should be after.
People who live in glass houses ................
Albertporter, despite the sequence of five comon letters in your names, you have as little prospect of a Valentine from Natalie as the both of us. Further, I bet you any recording you hope for that she never substitutes "Luv" for love.
Furthermore "Beautiful Girls" has a nice sound track.
Penultimately, 'Valentines card" (sic) requires the possessive apostrophe, i.e. "Valentine's" if using the word "card". Finally, since a Valentine is a card or other similar note, you do not need to say card; it is simply a "Valentine".
Now I get the prize for being a pedantic jerk!