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a feeling : no really new music can be recorded any more.
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Edited Sep 02, 2008, 14:57
Sep 02, 2008, 14:56
singingringingtree wrote:
IanB wrote:
There is something in me that craves a return to having 400 or 500 great vinyl lps across the genres, binning off the cds and digital.

well, there's nothing stopping you! why stop at 400 or 500? how about 40 or 50? 4 or 5?

after all, if you suddenly feel the urge to hear something, you cd prob download it for nowt, listen to it once, then delete it.

one of my great pleasures is taking a stack of CDs to a 2nd hand shop + trading 'em in for a small pile of vinyl (+ maybe even another CD or 2) + a small pile of notes, then going straight to the pub for a few beers. It's the only way i can keep my collection down to a physically + psychically manageable size.

do you feel any sort of affinity w/ bill drummond's current "all recorded music is dead" schtick? i'd guess we all do, to a degree...

I haven't read Drummond's book. What's he saying?

I could easily go back to one shelf of music but someone might send the discography police round to get me
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