Scale the ladder to your dusty attic and start thumbing through your milk crates; it's time for the Vinyl Preservation Society of Idaho's Roadshow Part 4. If you missed parts 1-3 of the roadshow, don't worry, the fourth one comes just in time to soothe your holiday-ravaged nerves. Set for Thanksgiving eve, it's the perfect prelude to combat inevitable turkey-induced comas and gluttony related self-loathing. Guests and members alike are encouraged to channel their inner Jack Kerouac, only bringing albums they feel best describe "Street Songs." Picture the sun peeking through the clouds on an open stretch of highway as your car pours the Eagles' Life In The Fast Lane from its speakers. Or take a trip a little further back in time with The Beatles and lecture fellow vinyl lovers on how Penny Lane is about a street in Liverpool, not overt sex acts. The VPS wants to offer its guests and members a pleasant atmosphere along with intelligent conversation about music. Save the iPods, CDs, cassettes and 8-tracks for another event, because this one is all about the wax.