Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/01/22

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Subject: [Leica] The "impending doom" of film (now vinyl oddity)
From: lmc at (Luis Miguel Castañeda)
Date: Sun Jan 22 02:27:16 2006
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On 22/01/2006, at 11:15, GeeBee wrote:

> I have a solo LP by Andy Fraser the bass player in
> Free. The labels for side 'A' and side 'B' are different as are the  
> track
> listings but the pressing is the same 5 tracks on both sides. Am I  
> rich? :-)

taking care about that Free was almost forgotten, except for a short  
revival at early 90's, and now by the Queen affaire,  you might have  
a high probability to find anyone able to ride on a pony across fire  
and water to get where the LP belongs and perhaps to pay a little  
fortune :)

neglected bands...


Replies: Reply from at (Douglas Sharp) ([Leica] Re: was vinyl oddity now selling records)
In reply to: Message from lug at (Steve Unsworth) ([Leica] The "impending doom" of film)
Message from geebee at (GeeBee) ([Leica] The "impending doom" of film (now vinyl oddity))