Heading downstairs for this week's used vinyl alert, we've got a delicious spread for you to complement this week's phenomenal selection of new releases, and to whet your appetite for a massive haul rolling out on Saturday. It may be the week of Record Store Day, but first of all it's Friday which means fresh used records, 52 weeks of our year.

Check out deep and classic jazz from John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Buddy Rich, Dave Brubeck, Max Roach, John Lewis, Sonny Terry, Oliver Nelson, Kenny Burrell, George Duke, Herbie Hancock, Hugh Masekela, Muhal Richard Abrams, Sonny Rollins, Charles Mingus, Mal Waldron, Roscoe Mitchell, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, and Egberto Gismonti.

Plenty of classics in the house from Bob Dylan, Neil Young, the Beatles, plus some Lennon/Ono collectibles, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, Shuggie Otis, Dennis Wilson, Roxy Music, Rush, the Who, the Grateful Dead, and Fleetwood Mac.

Scores upon scores of contemporary indie, pop, rock, and electronic from names lpike Grizzly Bear, the New Pornographers, Destroyer, Fucked Up, Sonic Youth, the Decembrists, Tortoise, the Shins, Ratatat, Portishead, Pinback, Outhud, Explosions in the Sky, Toro Y Moi, Tame Impala, the Strokes, Interpol, the Field, Pantha Du Prince, LCD Soundsystem, Beck, Washed Out, Andrew Bird, Titus Andronicus, Car Seat Headrest, Sigur Ros, Fleet Foxes, Olivia Tremor Control, and Big Thief!

Some crucial 80s jernts this go-round from the Talking Heads, X, Metallica, Joy Division, the Smiths, Byrne/Eno, Duran Duran, and Ministry, plus some fine soundtracks in the Star Trek and Lord of the Rings realms, and some blues musts from Mississippy John Hurt and Howlin Wolf.

We wrap up with some fine funk and soul from Otis Redding, Outkast, Parliament, A Tribe Called Quest, Sam Cooke, RIck James, Don Covay, Betty Davis, Solomon Burke, Little Richard, Booker T, Bootsy Collins, Nina Simone, and the almighty Earth Wind and Fire!