Good Music Doesn’t Have An Expiry Date…

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  1. Never was a truer word spoken. I still have the first LP I ever bought; I still like it, and I’d never sell it.
    I often wonder about rare records: mt definition would be the rarity of the music, rather than the artifact. If you have the money, you can buy a copy of the Beatles’ “Please Please Me” LP on the black-and-gold Parlophone label, but the music on that album is available much more cheaply. If you wanted “Walking You Home In The Evening” by The Cosmo Dance Band, you’d have a hard time finding it in ANY format!

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