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E8: Chappell Music Ltd. P EG Records Ltd. F1: Graham Music Pub. F4: Most Music Publishing Ltd. F5: Bocu Music Ltd. P Polar Music International Ltd. F8: Warner Chappell Music Ltd. P 3 Knights Ltd. Add Review. Have: Want: Avg Rating: 4. This record was purchased new in the 80's, and has only been played a few times. I no longer have a record player and cannot guarantee how the record will play, although visually it appears to be in excellent condition.
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The sound on a digital album is a series of snapshots, and the music is often compressed afterwards to reduce the file size. The grooves of a record are continuous and lossless. As long as you have a good turntable, you can hear the recording exactly as it was played. This isn't necessarily true of modern album releases, though. Many new records and remasters are actually pressed from digital master files.
Vinyl records are collectible, too. Many records from the time when vinyl ruled are now rare. Original pressings of albums from classic bands like The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd can have real historic value.
Collectability isn't limited to classic releases, either. Since digital formats became the main medium for music, record companies have tended to treat vinyl records as special editions, so albums often come with unique artwork and other bonuses.
A vinyl record's condition is of huge importance to collectors, so they often look for graded records. These are rated on a common scale, although there is some subjectivity involved. Mint records are those that are in perfect condition and have been stored very carefully.
They will never have been played and the disc and sleeve will display no damage. Some will still be sealed. Near Mint vinyl records will still show no damage to the disc or the sleeve or cover, but may show some signs of having been handled.
Very Good and Very Good Plus vinyl records will show wear, although they have still been stored and used carefully. Grooves may be more worn and there may be creasing or scuffs visible on the sleeve.
You might also get some crackle while listening, but the sound quality should still be excellent. Good and Good Plus graded records should play all the way through without skipping, but sound quality might be less than it was due to wear on the grooves.
The vinyl and the sleeve or cover will have clearly visible defects. Nu-disco or anything that could possibly fall under this category is therefore also out.
In treading a different path you may also find that a few widely acclaimed superstars have had to make way for some lesser known gems, but every time have sought to make the case for inclusion. The instrumental is great ammunition for your disco blends. Name-dropping Gucci and Fiorucci, it was also incidentally one of the first tracks to feature brand names. A more dubious legacy perhaps…. RIP Nick Ashford. They might be called The Whispers but nothing about these gentlemen is quiet.
Simplicity personified, let the hook take you there. An archetypal island disco get-down from the Trinidadian calypso and soca giant. Dubbed-out, downtempo bliss that took the sound to a new place completely. A guaranteed mid-tempo party starter. The band sets a groove that never lets up and Marvin, with his wicked falsetto vocals, rides like a pro surfer. Arranged by Brazilian disco don Lincoln Olivetti, whose sparring partner Robson Jorge contributes the guitar parts. Midnight Express was Giorgio Moroder first score.
Recently reissued by BBE, rags to riches afro-disco originator Kim Kwaku Obeng taught all the musicians in his band to follow his unique James Brown-meets-highlife sound, holding a tight groove for their hypnotic riffs and in-the-pocket-solos.
Impossible to categorise, the funky dancefloor gem features the touch of Brazilian legend Airto on percussion. El Coco hand a hand in arranging Le Pamplemousse and you can hear the similarities. A funky dance floor hit, the percussive break down is one of the finest of the decade.
Chic was an unstoppable disco force. A stand-out track on punk-funk label Celluloid and a demanding dancefloor hit. A leftfield disco oddity that will leave you feeling like a champion. Spaced-out disco that survived the cull into obscurity, it stands out for the wild synth line that was way ahead of its time.7 Records - MLT Released: LP Vinyl Record - 33 1/3r.p.m. Various Artists. Disc: Play tested with. Sold "as pictured" & "as is". There may be others that I did not pick up on. I have listened to these through to the end, the flaws listed is just what I have xirobormamowecetinidemawal.coinfo Rating: % positive.