Decca Records Shuts Down


Wed, Feb 11th, 2009 09:19 by capnasty NEWS

Decca Records, a 1929 British record label known for introducing us to stereo, the LP and digital recording, will be closing its doors sometime before Valentine's day. The classical music business, says prolific music writer Norman Lebrecht, "no longer follows shooting stars and the logic of the market. It is far too busy playing corporate games".



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