Vinyl records dating first editions

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Juan continues: “Thanks to the demand that exist for our vinyl releases we have started selling limited editions of original vinyls from our catalog that were pressed in the ’70s and ’80s and that are completely new and sealed and have been in our storage all this time.” The photos they’ve rescued from their archives below capture the Peruvian music industry at its height, lapels and all.Dating back to the 1970s as Infopesa began operations, they offer a glimpse of the factory floor, recording studio and mastering suite. Buying the later (Physical Graffiti onwards) albums on vinyl might not be so essential, because the original copies are still common and less expensive.The quality of the original vinyl is also very good: As Led Zep’s manager Peter Grant revealed in a 1989 interview in Raw magazine: “We first got the idea for Swan Song after Atlantic f- up the pressings for Led Zeppelin II.

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With all of these albums, you can buy cheaper copies by targeting the eighties reissues on green Atlantic labels.Legendary Peruvian label, recording studio and pressing plant Infopesa open their archives.Founded by Alberto Maraví­ in 1971 against a backdrop of political instability and explosive creativity, Infopesa (Industria Fonográfica Peruana) was the powerhouse at the centre of the golden age of Peruvian music.With Maraví’s son Juan Ricardo joining him at the helm and the Peruvian music industry in good health, the label has begun repressing classic psych, funk and cumbia records from its back catalogue.As Juan Ricardo told us: “Our first release will be the edition of in vinyl format and due in November.

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