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Thread: The way a reissue/compilation should be done

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    Default The way a reissue/compilation should be done

    Ron Weinstock's excellent blog had an article on an Otis Redding reissue: The AMG review explains my headline: No skin in the game yet--when the price moderates I will purchase--currently at about $23 for a new copy, $32 for used (no, I don't get the anomaly either).
    Some lesser-known songs:
    A man accustomed to hear only the echo of his own sentiments, soon bars all the common avenues of delight, and has no part in the general gratification of mankind--Dr. Johnson
    What he said. Amen, Bro--JazzboCR

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    a huge thanks Jazzbo.....

    listening to Otis at 4:20am is what i needed to fully wake up.....

    him and Wilson Pickett are my two favourite r+b/soul artists,pure "class"

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    and yes......

    ive never understood neither why on 'the usual suspect' that secondhand cds are more expensive than new ones on occasion????

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