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The week in mandersmedia

Hello and hope you’ve had a good week…

Two especially big announcements this week to tell you about.

We now accept bitcoin If you wish to pay by bitcoin, contact by message over at Discogs/Bookogs/Filmogs and the payment will be arranged. We are using the same payment system as some major companies and brands around the world. We believe this to be a great addition to the other payment options already offered. We are very interested to hear what you think about bitcoin.

We will be listing DVD and VHS on filmogs filmogs launched its Marketplace yesterday and we have some DVD and VHS titles ready to be listed! You will find them trickling on over the next handful of weeks. You’ll find the link to us in the Profile and Shipping Information on Discogs or go here.

More CDs, Cassettes and Vinyl will be listed this week, keep your eyes peeled, these will be across all sorts of genres and styles, we believe in stocking a wide variety of genres and formats for a wide choice.

Play grading focus This week we focus on the Akai 4000DS that’s used for Reel to Reel play grading, xagu on HiFi engine gives this 5 stars and says ‘Great little reel to reel. Amazing sound.’ Don’t forget, we are always able to play grade anything you wish to buy.

Podcast and/or YouTube? Would you like to see/hear podcasts and/or YouTube videos from us? We’d like to know.

Did you know? Ozzy Osbourne came a cropper when a catapult malfunctioned during his 1981 Diary Of A Madman tour. A catapult was supposed to throw meat into the audience but due to a fault when Ozzy put his foot on a lever, several pounds of offal hit the singer on the back of his head. (thanks to thisdayinmusic for this).

That’s it for this week, thanks as always for supporting us and to our customers, past, present and future.

Speak soon, John from mandersmedia

 

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The week in mandersmedia

Hello and I hope you’ve had a good week…

We are 100! We have had over 100 feedbacks for items purchased on Discogs, we always value feedback from customers and always interested in your ideas.

Play grading equipment focus. This week, we will focus on the amplifier, the Pioneer SA-1000. This is a Class A Amplifier from the early 1970s and has a beautiful sound, great features like a ‘mode’ selector which allows you to listen in mono or just left and right channels or even reverse the channels! Take a look at more information.

PledgeMusic. As you know, we are very interested in supporting music here at mandersmedia, we are supporters and donators to Help Musicians UK, a fantastic musicans’ related cause so, you’ll start seeing posts from PledgeMusic. If you haven’t already heard of it, It’s a great way to connect artists and fans and for crowdfunding.

We’re moving to sensible pricing! Tired of seeing £3.84, £4.82, £0.87? We’re moving to more sensible pricing ending with a ‘9’, we hope you find this easier and less silly!

Price reductions You’ll find the regular weekly Price Reductions have been completed as we always aim to remain competitive in our pricing.

Adding more releases! As always, we will adding more releases, especially over this Bank Holiday (UK), keep your eyes peeled!

Did you know? ‘In 2009, Shina Twain was rated as having the Perfect Face, by scientists. The study, led by the University of Toronto and the University of California suggested her face has a perfect set of geometric measurements, based on the Golden Ratio.’ (thanks to thisdayinmusic.com).

That’s all this week, have a great week ahead! John from mandersmedia

 

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Ionarts #morninglistening to #Bach; #Partitas on @firmaMelodia: Amazon:…

#morninglistening to #Bach; #Partitas on @firmaMelodia:
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#Adventskalender Day 14
w/#AntonBatagov. An insane, amazing reading that defies all expectations and standards of Bach and how to play Bach! Must-hear stuff.
thanks to #ChristophSchlüren for the intro!
#EarlyMusic #classicalmusiccollection #classicalcdcollection #baroquemusic #solokeyboard #pianomusic

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The Real Mick Rock “Here was a ‘monster’ in the Shakespearean…

Classic Album Sundays CAS Birmingham presents Fela Kuti with special guest Lekan Babalola (Fela Kuti political protege)

We were delighted to be joined by Lekan Babalola (Fela Kuti political protege) at our latest Classic Album Sundays event in Birmingham where CAS Birmingham host Chris Watkiss was able to ask Lekan about his first hand experiences of working with Fela.

You can also here our Worldwide FM radio show featuring Fela’s manager Rikki Stein about Fela Kuti here.

Check our our Fela Kuti playlists here.

Grab one of our Fela Kuti posters here.

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Babalola

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Classic Album Sundays Nick Mason’s Top 5 Albums Of All Time

Ahead of our event with Nick at The John Peel Centre For Creative Arts on Thursday 11th January we caught up with Nick to get the lowdown on his Top 5 Albums Of All Time.

Full details of the event and tickets can be found here.

Bob Dylan – The Freewheelin’

“Still the greatest song writer in rock music.”

Jimi Hendrix – Axis Bold As Love

“Not only the great guitar player but one of my favourite and most influential drummers in Mitch Mitchel.”

Thelonious Monk – Monk at The Town Hall

“One of my favourite modern jazz players of all time and his piano playing is a lesson in timing and percussion as well as the music.”

Miles Davis – Jack Johnson

“Probably the greatest groove album of all time assembled by Miles and a stellar line up of players.”

Bruce Hornsby & The Range – Halcyon Days

“Love the songs, love the band and you also get a bit of Eric Clapton.”

You may also want to check out the podcast from our last event with Nick Mason at The V&A where we discussed Pink Floyd’s iconic ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’.

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Check out our blog Pink Floyd ‘Animals’: The Story 40 Years Later here.

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Discogs Blog 2017 Discogs Staff Picks: The Best Tracks

I don’t know about you, but two thousand and seventeen is giving us the green light to start sharing with you our staff picks. Truth is, this task has given us hard times trying to decide. It’s in our DNA to show some love to those artists we listen to, no matter if they’re fresh […]

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Ionarts #morninglistening to #Bach on @OndineRecords…

#morninglistening to #Bach on @OndineRecords w/#ChristianTetzlaff:
Amazon: http://amzn.to/2jS0sBm
🎻♡♡♡
His third recording of the #Sonatas & #Partitas for #soloviolin
#Adventskalender Day 14
#baroquemusic
#classicalmusic #classicalmusiccollection #classicalcdcollection #PeterGreiner violin #violinmusic #JohannSebastianBach #SeiSolo: You Are Alone.

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Record Collector Magazine Exclusive – This Week’s News

14 December 2017: in this week’s NEWS , Sting sets sail, James get heavy and Eminem is revived.

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Ionarts Forbes Classical CD Of The Week: Who Is Johann Bernhard Bach?

…Who In The World Is Johann Bernhard Bach? In Johann Nikolaus Forkel’s Bach biography, he is “No.18”, eldest son of Johann Ägidius (No.8, also spelled Egidius and Aegydius) who was the cousin of No.11, Johann Ambrosius Bach (1645-1695) of whom Johann Sebastian Bach was the youngest son. In other words, Johann Ägidius was JSB’s first cousin once removed which, if you are into genealogy, makes

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This day in music On this Day December 14, 2015

Adele
was at No.1 on both the UK and US chart with her third album 25. The album was a massive commercial success, debuting at No.1 in more than 25 markets and broke first-week sales records in many countries, including the UK and US. 25 eventually became the world’s best-selling album of 2015 with 17.4 million copies sold within the year, and has sold 20 million copies as of June 2016, making it one of the best selling albums worldwide.

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