DrSuperlove wrote:Oh Mr. DC may be missing in action because a discomix of it was on Studio One Classics and they seem to go some way not to have duplicates in their catalogue, that's the closest to an explanation i can think of
They're damned if they do and damned if they don't. It's a practice that even the sainted 'Blood & Fire' indulge in from time to time.
By the way Gordon, SoulJazz aren't ripping anyone off, the covers clearly state what tracks are included. It's up to you if you wish to purchase or not. What you see is what you get. I fail to see how anyone is being ripped off.
I reckon SoulJazz are doing a fairly good job with the Studio One stuff, though personally I don't touch it with a barge pole. It really makes me laugh when people here spend so much time and effort debating the merits of CD v vinyl sound qualities when after all is said and done all they are going to do is rush out and buy Coxone's stuff which may have sounded great in the studio, but 99% of his recordings sounds dreadful. It's like you're hearing it coming through your neighbours wall. They almost had to give his stuff away in Jamaica. To attempt to sell it at full price really would have been a rip-off.