Monday, July 15, 2013

Vinyl Record News & Music Notes

Universal Launches New Vinyl Project

Hope to Repress Rare And Deleted Vinyl

Universal Music’s vinyl subsidiary Uvinyl has launched "The Vinyl Project," a Kickstarter-like initiative that intends to repress rare and deleted records if enough buyers register their interest.  Funders of The Vinyl Project will become “owners of limited edition rare records, which will also include digital downloads and personalized art prints.”

Releases currently being considered for being made available to funders include ‘ABC’ by The Jackson 5, Sonic Youth’s ‘Goo’, Björk’s ‘Biophilia’, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ by Elton John, ‘His N Hers’ by Pulp, ‘Hysteria’ by Def Leppard, Cream’s ‘Disraeli Gears’, and Nirvana’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ performance. 

Stay tuned for more details, it will be interesting to see what this becomes!


in the CVR mailbox:

We just wanted to inform you of Dylan Walshe's debut release on Squoodge Records

It's a once off limited edition 7" vinyl.  BLIND IS BLIND 45' out now, Limited to 150 copies.  50 hand numbered copies in green wax, white wax & gold wax, each piece with rubber stamped labels and inner sleeves.

A1 - Blind Is Blind
B1 - Your Belly Not Mine
B2 - Lonesome Valley

Dylan Walshe - Blind Is Blind


very cool article from Pakistan, i guess vinyl collectors are all the same!

Vinyl collectors: For the record


Third Man Records Production Head Says Limited Edition Vinyl For Jay-Z's 'Magna Carta' Is His Year's 'Good Idea'


very cool story, vinyl doing well in the great state of delaware!

A revival of vinyl at new Lansdowne business


Genesis’ Debut Single Sells for $3,850

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