Concord launches Vinyl Corner

The press release :  

http://www.concordmusicgroup.com/collectors-corner/

Concord Music Group launches new section of website devoted to rarities and collectables: The Collector's Corner

 

Site features rare vinyl, box sets, out of print releases & more from Concord Music Group's Rich Legacy

Hollywood CA – Withlabels such as fantasy, Speciality, Prestige and Stax, the scope pf the Concord Music Group catalog is as deep and eclectic as your beloved public radio station left of the dial and as vast as the greatest neighbourhood indie store. The quandary now is where to go to find a colection of Jerry Garcia's oeuvre with Meri Saunders or to find Soultrane on vinyl without having to take out a second mortgage or trolling onlone until your fingers turn blue. Well record collecting has just turned a corner…right here…

Concord Music Group welcomes you to The Collector's Corner

 Everything is here, from Carolina Bluesman Pink Anderson (whose name inspired Syd Barrett to christen his little English quartet Pink Floyd) to Albert King playing tribute to that other King, Elvis Presley; to the classis comprehensive Miles Davis and John Coltrane box sets from the Prestige vaults.

 Audiophiles and rarity hunters will also discover the bliss of having Waltz for Debby and Credence Clearwater Revival's chronicles on vinyl is no longer relegated to the labyrinth of online auctions. In The Collector's Corner, visitors can peruse through the titles available in the venerated vinyl format.

In addition to great collectibles, each month The Collector's Corner offers reviews, pointers and suggestions from experts and Concord Music Group staffers. They'll share the must-have collectibles, from the historic to the bizarre.

Visit 

http://www.concordmusicgroup.com/collectors-corner/

  and see what special surprises have been tucked away. Its all been packed into the collector's sorner.

 

Feautured Vinyl Titles

Sonny Rollins – Saxophone Colossus

Bill Evans – Walts for Debby

Yusef Lateef – Eastern Sounds

 John Coltrane – Soultrane

Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane

 

Our take :  

Although there is currently a limited catalogue, and the records are not deluxe issues(standard vinyl and simple packaging) you have here the opportunity to get some of the best jazz music recorded and mastered by some of the best names in the business, such as Rudy van Gelder, Steve Hoffman and Kevin gray. Not all releases but on some. As well as the Credence compilation you also have the new release by John Fogerty which is classic Credence territory and although most likely a digital source sounds pretty good. The records are all  modestly priced too. Definitely worth checking out.

 

http://www.concordmusicgroup.com/collectors-corner/

 

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