quinta-feira, 3 de outubro de 2013

O Formato do futuro é o vinil, com cartão de download dentro

Achei muito interessante esta matéria:

“O formato do futuro é o vinil, com cartão de download dentro”.
— Se você analisar bem, isso cria uma agradável série de antíteses. A tecnologia do digital contraposta ao analógico do vinil, a portabilidade do digital contraposta à necessidade de se ouvir o vinil em local completamente estável. No final, você conclui que, mais do que opostos, os dois formatos se completam para tornar a música importante na vida do consumidor."

DICA DO DIA: existem pouquíssimos vinis raros. Não pague preços exorbitantes em sites de leilão, embora eles possam ser fonte de pesquisa e às vezes até seja possível encontrar alguma barbada ali. Pesquise, vá a sebos. 

Paz e bem!
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quarta-feira, 2 de outubro de 2013

Hey Joe em 45 rpm (MONO)



Contains the original mono mixes of Hey Joe and Stone Free. Individually Numbered!!
The project collaboration between Hendrix LLC and Legacy has become a very fruitful experience between both parties, launching out extensive reissues of Jimi Hendrix’s catalog and some of the best archival rarity offerings to date. Legacy has always afforded an open window into the creative process of an artists and this is becoming very evident with the campaign of material they are presenting for Hendrix in these times. Record Store Day was a treat for the two parties as they have presented a repressing of the first UK single The Jimi Hendrix Experience released at the end of 1966 for “Hey Joe” b/w “Stone Free”. Legacy had their hands in a wealth of material for Record Store Day this year and this is one of the best of this new batch. Both of these songs represent the beginning stages of the Experiences sound and would usher in an entirely new essence of music culture to the world. To have the material in its originally released format of sound is a special treat indeed. 45RPM press that is individually numbered as an edition of 3000.