– Do You Realize, 1978 from the album
or rather, did you realize we had a little writing break on our visual business card. We already wrote about our critical view on this years dynamics on vinyl prices/ new releases. We notice a comprehensible reluctance on our customers, to pay more than 12€ for a 7Inch, more than 15€ for a 12Inch and 26 to 30€ ( and more ) for a longplay. At once power online sellers with cut prices for new stuff- that makes simply – for us – no sense. Verifiable our buying prices are the selling prices in Great Britain and the US. That makes no sense, too.
break – anticipation of the year for docu. lovers
Second problem is the most horrible pressing quality, specially on reissues. Bad copies made from mp3’s. – spooky. Today we read that Ed Motta recommend the reissue from the James Walsh Gypsy Band.
we researched and found this product info –
This is the first vinyl release ever, originally only released as a CD-R by the band, licensed official release limited to 500 copies, on a new 180G vinyl with high quality (sic!) cover.
So? Originally released 1979. Released on a CD-R ? when? in the video James is written Jemes. Master tapes or from mp3? doesn’t matter. Everything is possible. It has to be limited and soon expensive on discogs – stormy days for classic sellers
– Stormy, 1970 from the album
by the way – whenever you have the chance to see these three friendly persons live !!
their debut album History Of Flight is gorgeous !
in summary – we love our job and our way will ever be
but please – affordable