The Black Friday
Vinyl Giveaways: Manchester Orchestra Simple Math

Continuing with our Record Store Day Black Friday Vinyl Giveaways, we’ll have a vinyl giveaway every day till we close for Thanksgiving! Be sure to stop by your local independent record store on Black Friday itself to pick up one of the Black Friday Special Releases—special limited edition vinyl released that day. In the meantime, enter to win one of our picks of already-released material for your lists of the nice, or if you prefer, naughty.

Our run of autographed items continues with Manchester Orchestra’s Simple Math, a LP and band that has more than its share of ardent followers here at TVD HQ.

There’s also buzz of some new developments in the Manchester Orchestra camp, and to keep yourself up to date, sign up for email updates right here.

Til then, gaze upon the vinyl in our giveaway:

Enter to win the autographed LP by telling us your favorite orchestra of all time—and I’m taking the Electric Light one right out of the running. Dig deep into your classical bag of tricks…

The winner will be chosen after we return from the holiday on Monday, November 28th, and must have a mailing address in North America.

Official contest rules and regulations.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Will-Simpson/708067218 Will Simpson

    How about Paul Kanter and The Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlkNLF682_0

    I mean how can you go wrong with a band that involved David Crosby, Graham Nash, Paul Kantner, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart…

    Here is one of their best, from 1970: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rvetP_Kcgk&feature=related

  • Ashley

    A shout-out for local music and young people doing what they love – Mclean Youth Orchestra.

  • Anonymous

    Mahavishnu Orchestra!

  • David from DC

    I’d have to say the London Festival Orchestra is my favorite orchestra of all time–if only for their performance on The Moody Blues’ album “Days of Future Passed.” It’s an underrated classic, and one of the first forays into orchestral rock!

  • Caleb

    The greatest little orchestra of all time, The Polyphonic Spree.

  • Brantelg

    Music For 18 Musicians, played by the Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble is probably my most listened-to recording from an orchestra (or pretty much my only-listened-to recording from an orchestra, as its the music I study to)

  • Levi

    Sun Ra ARKESTRA!

  • stacey agecoutay

    Diablo Swing Orchestra

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=629840098 Stephen Nelson

    dark star….

  • http://thevinyldistrict.com oliviaung

    The winner has been notified. Check your email!

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