Five stars to whom? Conventional wisdom is something one should always be careful about, in politics and in record collecting.
There’s a reason why music collectors and audiophiles have long looked to the Land of the Rising Sun for hard-to-find LPs, CDs and exotic stereo gear.
Controversy erupted when Jack White’s Third Man Records placed five limited-edition White Stripes LPs on eBay and let auction bidding determine sale prices.
This week’s Market Watch breaks all the rules. For starters, there are NO appearances by The Beatles.
Music lovers check your newsstands. Subscribers check your mailboxes.
Arcade Fire and Miranda Lambert will perform on the Grammys for the first time, while Eminem, Cee Lo Green and Katy Perry are returning to the Grammy stage.
You’ve gotta love a record store that loves music as much as Birdland Records does!
Colored vinyl of Ricky Nelson on Imperial Records is one collector’s most treasured item.
When it comes to this week’s Market Watch, it’s all about soul. Four Northern Soul records sold for a combined value of $21,772.05 this time.
So, just when are the blues a good thing? When you’re making a tidy profit from them, of course.