Sunday, February 15, 2009

A touch of classic

YOU may have noticed that this week there's been two Classic Collection additions, We Are Little Barrie and Graceland, taking up space instead of new releases.
Hopefully a few PR companies have noticed this, and have sent me a few promo CDs to prevent future holes from gaping...
Anyhoo, while reading around about Paul Simon's contribution, I stumbled across the fascinating United States National Recording Registry project in which it has been listed.
A sort of Government-funded Classic Collection, the archive at present contains 250 key cultural recordings - from early experimentations made by Thomas Edison in 1888, through to Nirvana's 2001 album Nevermind, and a mind-boggling array of things in between.
Click here to peruse the full registry.

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