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Now That's What I Call Music! 1

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A "Special Collectors Edition" of Now 1 was released on CD in 2009 as a digipak, 2015 and again in 2018 as a jewel case album.

Between 300 and 1000 copies of this Hank Mobley jazz record (known as Blue Note 1568 by collectors) were released in 1957, and there is one small change that makes them more valuable than other records from the label. often shortened to NOW) is a series of various artists compilation albums released in the United Kingdom and Ireland by Sony Music and Universal Music ( Universal/ Sony Music) which began in 1983. Bernie Grundman, who originally mastered the album, recently used the original 1/2” flat master tape to create a new master and then cut the lacquers. Since the album’s release, only a couple stereo copies of the mistake pressings have surfaced, and fewer than two dozen of the mono copies are known to exist.We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. According to the Beatles Collecting Guide, the album Please Please Me was released in a hurry on March 22, 1963 in Great Britain. The standard address for the record label is 47 West 63rd NYC, but some of the records have labels that say 47 West 63rd New York 23 on one side.

Outstanding value and a great snap shot year by year of the best pop records through these four great decades of music. The compilation series was conceived in the office of Virgin Records in London and took its name from a 1920s British advertising poster for Danish bacon featuring a pig saying "Now. The new 78-minute set fits snugly into to the rear section of the original *Happiness not included CD book format, with no versions on the vinyl duplicated on the CD. Targeting a broad age group, the channel used to play current popular music in the daytime and hits from its 30-year back catalogue in the evenings.The idea for the series was conceived in the office of Virgin Records in Vernon Yard, near Portobello Road in Notting Hill, London, by the head of Licensing and Business Affairs at Virgin Records (1979–1990) Stephen Navin, and General Manager (1983–1988) Jon Webster.

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