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Linkage: Catalogue Encounters from Around the Internet

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While The Second Disc tries to be your No. 1 source for cool news and views on stuff around the catalogue music scene, it can’t hurt to give it up for others that are doing great things in the same field. Here’s a little catch-up on some nice things in that area:

  • The Quietus has a lengthy interview with Everything But the Girl’s Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt on their career and the great new reissues that are out now. The pair have some nice things to say about Edsel – things that are hard to argue with among most catalogue fans this year!
  • Our friend and sometime contributor Eric Luecking at Record Racks has a nice review of Harmless’ Philadelphia International Classics: The Tom Moulton Mixes box set. (RR is also giving away some music prizes this summer, having just finished a giveaway for the new Norah Jones album; this is good a time as any to remind you that we’re giving away a Graceland box, too!)
  • One of our own commenters, Snaporaz d’Uzine, has just started a neat little Facebook page for people to share their ideas for albums worthy of reissues. Go on and give it a like; we can say from experience that you really never know who’s reading sites like ours…!

Written by Mike Duquette

June 22, 2012 at 12:26

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  1. Thanks for the mention, Mr Mike!! The Reissue & Reprint Request Page (RRR) is a bit of an experiment. Sadly I’ve had to find out Fb no longer allows for page administrator comments and guest comments to be displayed together. Anyhow, hope it may inspire a few people 😉

    Snaporaz d'Uzine

    June 23, 2012 at 07:23

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