Re: Second Edition Latest CD
- How about a multi-volume set, with 1 or 2 songs from each champ down
through the years. Maybe their gold-medal winning songs altogether.
I would bet that would get some interest. Even if it was just
released by NVR for download to my iPod.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "barbershopboy" <grady@...> wrote:
> Hi guys
> I suspect the LIST you are referring to is the collection on the
> webpage (www.AICGold.com). There you can see what's been released on
> CDs (from the Pittsburghers to Max Q) even tho some are out of
> Most are available via the Harmony MarketPlace.
> As you probably can guess, the cost of re-creating the LPs on CD
> doesn't always generate enough sales to break even so they will be
> forever lost commercially.
> Best bet is to BOOK some of these quartets and hear them in person
> your show. There are several AIC quartets singing today and some
> entertain the possibility of coming out of retirement for money.
> I wonder how many BBSers would travel a great distance to hear
> Edition live again. It will be 2014 and their 25th anniversary
> the AIC will do a Masterworks release of their material and, with
> luck, they will perform on the AIC show.
> Till then you'll have to listen to THN and request cuts from their
> record. Almost Like Being In Love is my favorite cut.
> --- In email@example.com, "Tim Buell" <tpbuell@> wrote:
> > I would go so far as to say that it would be nice to have all of
> > champs CD's re-released, maybe as a Masterworks edition.
> > as I browse through the list, I
> > see many gaps where recordings are not available.
> > Tim Buell