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This is a comments thread about Blog Post: Why the Rózsa Box Sold Out at 1,500, Not 2,000 Copies by Lukas Kendall
 
 Posted:   Feb 27, 2012 - 3:30 PM   
 By:   pp312   (Member)

I'm 60 years old now and I've been collecting soundtracks for at least 45 years. The advent of FSM, Rhino, Intrada, MMM, Tribute, BYU, LaLa Land, Kritzerland, Varese-Sarabande and others have given to me things which, 40-odd years ago I never would have thought in my wildest dreams would ever happen.

I'm VERY grateful for what I've gotten.

J.


James, I'm right up there with you in age, years collecting and amazement about the riches that have befallen us in recent years, thanks to the above-mentioned. My sentiments exactly! (And thanks for reminding us!)


Ditto. I'm 65 and have been collecting for 50 years, though of course it's only in the last 15 years that I've been able to get all that stuff I was desperate for in the early 60s. It's been amazing having all these dreams finally come true, even if it is at an age when tinnitus has set in and my passion for music has slightly--but only slightly--declined. I often wonder how I would have reacted if multi-disc sets of Spartacus, B-H, King of Kings, Mutiny on the Bounty etc had come out at the time--I probably would have died of a heart attack at 15, so it's just as well. But who would have thunk it, eh? All these riches, 50 years later. Thank you, God, and of course all those closer to the ground who've made it all possible. smile

 
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