Started by George, April 10, 2007, 06:21:24 AM
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Quote from: Holden on April 11, 2007, 01:39:54 AMOne of the hardest to find is the Richter in Leipzig recital which I noticed was selling second hand on Amazon for $999.00. Music and Arts could put an end to this by simply reissuing the recording.
Quote from: George on April 10, 2007, 06:21:24 AMFor those who aren't in the know, the below link is for Parnassus. I used them recently to locate a very hard to find CD. They had it and it was very cheap, too! The man on the phone told me that this was not the usual, but that their service specializes in finding OOP and hard to find CD's. You can request that they find you a given CD or you can use the second link to search for existing inventory elsewhere. I haven't used this very much so perhaps folks who have could clarify if I'm not correct? Link To Parnassus: http://www.parnassusrecords.com/wantlist.htmLink To CD Trackdown: http://www.cdtrackdown.com/The second link is also for searching for rare and OOP CD's.
Quote from: Que on April 11, 2007, 08:44:50 AMI've ordered with Parnassus several times, the service is good. There is also the possibility to keep items you bought in storage and ship them later with other purchases.No experience with CDtrackdown however.Q
Quote from: George on April 11, 2007, 09:36:32 AMI bet it would be worth a try if one were looking for say, Schnabel Plays Beethoven II.
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