October 27, 2006
Got Live If You Want It
This week's Newsletter features some of the best live albums still in Factory Sealed condition. Some like Derek & The Domino's/In Concert, The Stones/Got Live If You Want It or Jimi Hendrix/BBC Sessions are probably a few of the last copies still in Factory Sealed condition anywhere in the world.

The various BBC Sessions of artists like The Beatles, The Who, Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix are always great pieces of vinyl. No one ever did a better job of capturing artists at their beginning than the BBC. These are each tremendous treasures and a must for any true collector.

Then there are titles like Bruce Springsteen/Live in New York, Janis Joplin/Live In Concert, Deep Purple's/Made in Japan and Stevie Ray Vaughan's/Live Alive LP Sets that have just disappeared from the vinyl collector's market over the last few years and are becoming true collector's items.

As you've seen if you follow the vinyl market, "All vinyl is in very Limited Editions" in this day and age - year in and year out, so many disappear forever.

What you see today will be gone tomorrow, so don't miss out on these masterpieces of vinyl.

So Good Shopping and Collecting!

Order Information

International Customers cannot place an order on the Shopping Cart - need to e-mail for shipping quote since our Shopping Cart cannot calculate international shipping rates and we accept PayPal internationally if posting via Global Express Insured; otherwise International Money Order in US Dollars (like www.bidpay.com, www.westernunion.com or www.moneygram.com)

To order visit mymusicfix.com, call 949.454.8577 x 10 or email mymusicfix2@msn.com. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Paypal for confirmed shipping addresses & Money Orders. For international customers, please email for shipping rates and purchase by bid pay.

Mymusicfix respects your privacy. You have received this email from Mymusicfix as a customer or subscriber.
To Unsubscribe from Mymusicfix email lists, Go Here.
Please use your subscribed email address to ensure prompt removal