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August 2017

Goldmine Magazine A Few Minutes with Marshall Crenshaw

        Pop music fans are certainly very familiar with Marshall Crenshaw. Beginning with the release of his classic, self-titled LP in 1982 (featuring enduring gems such as “Someday Someway” and “Cynical Girl,” among many) and continuing through …

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This day in music On this Day August 20, 2007

The funeral of Manchester music mogul and broadcaster, Tony Wilson was held at St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Manchester. Peter Hook and Stephen Morris – two members of first Factory signing
Joy Division and later incarnation, New Order attended along with Happy Mondays front man, Shaun Ryder.

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Geoffrey Smith’s Jazz Charles Mingus

Looking forward to next Thursday’s jazz Prom (Beneath the Underdog: Charles Mingus Revisited on August 24), Geoffrey Smith celebrates the passionate life and creativity of the unique bassist, composer and leader, surveying some of Mingus’s greatest work.

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The week in mandersmedia

Welcome and hope you’ve had a good week…

We are now selling books! This week sees the launch of Bookogs and we are selling books, for the time being Discogs will be the main focus but Books will become moreso as time goes on, by the way, still look at Discogs for music books which we will be starting to list in the next week.

We’ve purchased a scanner! Mainly for administration but will be used for sleeves (Cassette, CD, 8 Track etc.) when we list more in the future.

Play Grading focus: Akai CR-81D This is the 8 Track machine used for play grading, this is seen as one of the best 8 Track machines ever made, you may be intrigued to know that 8 Track was created by a consortium lead by Bill Lear of Lear Jet fame. Anyway, here’s more information on the Akai CR-81D.

New Blogs and Podcasts added! 78Man is a enlightening podcast about the world of all things 78RPM from themed shows to favourites, each podcast is around 30 minutes each, if you’re a 78s collector or interested to know more about this format, have a listen. Keep an eye on the Blog as when they post, you will see it here.

#DiscogsData Discogs describes this as ‘All music trivia, all the time. Interesting facts on releases and genres in real-time.’ Again, watch this Blog as this will also appear here.

Discogs Seller Feedback, this is be a real-time posting of ALL feedback from customers purchasing from us on Discogs, we believe it’s important for you to see what experience you’ll get when purchasing from us.

A few other tweaks we’ve updated to bibliogs to bookogs and Instagram logos in the Seller’s Shipping infomation.

Price Reductions every week, we review the prices to continue to be fair and competitive in our pricing, please see the tags for a list of artists that have had Price Reductions, if you’d like to see what we have on your ‘Items I Want’ list, go to bit.ly/mandersmedia.

That’s it for this time, have a great week ahead… John

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This day in music On this Day August 19, 2016

American record producer and fraudster Lou Pearlman died aged 62 from cardiac arrest. He was the manager of successful 1990s boy bands such as Backstreet Boys and NSYNC. In 2006, he was accused of running one of the largest and longest-running Ponzi schemes in history, leaving more than $300 million in debts. After being apprehended, he pled guilty to conspiracy, money laundering, and making false statements during a bankruptcy proceeding. In 2008, Pearlman was convicted and sentenced to up to 25 years in prison.

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Goldmine Magazine Where Are They Now? Buzz Cason

 Win an autographed copy of songwriter Buzz Cason’s new CD “Passion” and read a 50th anniversary of “Everlasting Love” interview!

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Goldmine Magazine Woodstock photo auction features prominent photographers

Rock Scene Auctions will feature photographers who captured Woodstock, including Baron Wolman, Rolling Stone Magazine’s first chief photographer.

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Goldmine Magazine Artist Vinyl Record Value Guide: Elvis Presley on RCA

This week’s artist is Elvis Presley, since Elvis is our cover feature in the September issue on newsstands now. Here is a selected Elvis album discography on RCA.

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The Real Mick Rock Pati and Nathalie Rock, my fabulous blondes, at a recent party!…

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