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Various - Save The Vinyl - History album download
Performer: Various
Title: Save The Vinyl - History
Released: 1998
Style: Trance, Techno, Progressive Trance
Rating: 4.7/5
FLAC size: 1116 mb | MP3 size: 1113 mb | WMA size: 1522 mb
Genre: Electronic

Various ‎– Save The Vinyl - History. Various ‎– Save The Vinyl - History. Label: Save The Vinyl ‎– 74321 574 872. Format: 2 CD, Compilation. p) & (c) 1998 Save The Vinyl is a division of Logic Records.

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Original record album art did not exist before Steinweiss stumbled into the field. Art for sheet music was common but the recording industry barely had a graphics tradition at the time that the twenty-two year old commercial artist was hired to design promotional pieces for a small recording firm, The American Gramaphone Company, later renamed Columbia Records. Back then, shellac 78 rpm records were packaged in albums of three or four disks sheathed in separate, kraft paper sleeves that were bound between pasteboard covers. Otherwise the record album was a tabula rasa just waiting for some intrepid pioneer, like Steinweiss, to make commercial art history.

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Save The Last Dance’ is a free-flowing, diverse and carefully selected collection of tried and tested classics, such as Donell Jones’ magnificent ‘U Know What’s Up’, 112’s ‘Only You’ (featuring The Notorious BIG)and Ice Cube’s immortal ‘You Can Do It’, all united by a distinct, uplifting bounce. The soundtrack’s crowning moment is the opening track from Jill Scott and Fredro Starr, the aptly named ‘Shining Through’, a truly sweet R&B cut fusing black consciousness with effortless commercialism (the Nas or Tupac way) with the chorus line taken from Cindy Lauper’s ‘True Colours’.

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