A few months ago I "ripped" my remaining albums into my computer as WAV files before selling them off. I'm just now using software to split those WAV files into MP3 individual files. I'm working on my Beatles albums right now.
Speaking of the Beatles Albums, I found out that my original Seargent Peppers Album is worth $600 if it were in mint condition (which it isn't). That of course is based on one website that I checked out. I was thinking of taking it into a consignment shop and seeing if I could sell it, but decided I would hold onto it and let it go up in value another 20 years or more. Who knows. So don't throw away those old Beatles albums. They are gold. P.S. My 20-year-old didn't even know what an "album" was. Don't I feel old.
Check out the latest article on the British Television site - it's about British Music shows. The 1960s show Ready Steady Go had early clips of the Beatles and one episode has a lovely interview with George which you can see on YouTube - he was handsome, sweet and witty RIP music article
I'm sure you aware that all the Beatles albums have been digitally remastered and will be available to buy on 9/9/09. Apparently, the clarity is so good, it sounds like it was done yesterday. However, they are very expensive...
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