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LP to CD Conversions

by Reviewer Rob

There’s people who convert old LPs into CDs. I think those people should be revered as heroes in today’s musical culture. If there is anything worth saving in this world it’s old music and there’s plenty of ancient vinyl that still needs to make the transition to modern CD format.

Several years ago when Fat Possum Records came out with their TRUE BEATS FROM THE DELTA release I thought it was the best thing since radio because it was preserving a quickly vanishing entity that was priceless. Sure there was a monetary motive there, but still, the fact that they went for it and found those old musicians and gave them another shot at the brass ring was pretty cool. Lot’s of them didn’t have a pot to piss in, I’m sure.

To find from long dead artists is almost as good but no less important, from an historical perspective. And that goes for all genres: rock, blues, punk, hell even disco. Play that funky music white boy, where ever you can find it.

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