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A Love Supreme: The Complete Masters John Coltrane

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The Gospel of Bob Dylan

New: Bob Dylan -Trouble No More -The Bootleg Series Vol. 13/1979-1981 and Dylan’s John Wesley Harding Celebrates 50 Year Anniversary By Harvey Kubernik Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Musi...
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Halloween Hootenanny

Halloween Hootenany

Enter the Crypt of Forgotten Screamers! By Greg McWhorter ooo-ee-oo!!! As the mighty Nervous Norvus would quip when pondering the down-right unexplainable, unex-pected, and unknown curi-osities that abound in the vinyl round! ...
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Doc Pomus

Doc Doc Rocks

AKA DOC POMUS, SHEDS LIGHT ON THE AMERICAN SONGWRITER WHO WROTE “PERFECT” SONGS By Michael Sigman If you love music, you may be vaguely familiar with the name Doc Pomus. But chances are at least one or two of the 1,...
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Keith Richards reads RCN!

Keith Richards enjoying the latest issue of Record Collector News on the tour bus enroute to San Diego for the Rolling Stones concert! Read the blog post “Rolling Stones Gather No Moss” and read latest issue of Reco...
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Yarlung Records

Yarlung Goes Vinyl

YARLUNG GOES VINYL By David Thomson What separates Yarlung Records from most others is that engineer/owner Bob Attiyeh is not only a purist about accurately reproducing the acoustic merits of the recording, but he feels it̵...
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thelonious-monk

Thelonious Monk Returns to Paris

BEBOP AND BEYOND by Armand Lewis~ There are very few jazz composers who, when you hear their work, you know instantly whose tune you are hearing. Soloists may be easily identified by their individual sound or style, but as comp...
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Celebrating Record Stores

A Chat with the Creators of The Record Store Book By Mike Spitz (photographer) Q: Did you know right away you wanted to use film vs. digital photos? A: Film definitely was my first choice because the theme was nostalgic, about ...
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Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Now Out with New Mixes in Stereo and 5.1 Surround Audio; Expanded Version with Previously Unreleased Session Recordings, & Special Packaging  By Harvey Kubernik “Sgt Pepper’s was the perfect album to absorb while being...
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