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“Radio France a ouvert son énorme discothèque de vinyles en invitant des artistes d'univers différents à digger dans ses archives. Cette histoire a donné naissance au site web radiovinyle.radiofrance.fr où sont disponibles, ...”
The world’s rarest Motown 45 among 14 highly sought after tracks salvaged from the Motown cutting room floor for new 7×7″ box set. The latest collection culled from a seemingly endless well of Motown rarities, Universal Music Catalogue are set to release a deluxe new box set later this month bringing together 14 of the rarest and most sought after cuts to make it out of Berry Gordy’s hit factory. Collected across seven faithfully reproduced 45s, The Motown 7″s Box – Rare and Unreleased Vinyl will return many of the tracks to vinyl for the first time since their initial releases, pitching household names like Marvin Gaye and The Four Tops alongside collectors’ favourites Tammi Terrell and David Ruffin.
It’s been another strong week for Amazon. First they announce a 100% rise in vinyl sales on last year from their UK outpost Amazon.co.uk, then they unleash the headline-grabbing stat that US sales of physical records are up 745% since 2008. And yet, perhaps the greatest success of the last seven days has been cosmetic rather than economic – Amazon’s gains are being celebrated as positive for the music industry at large.
Via Pierre Priot, Ultrafonic
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