In recent years, entertainment companies have increased their efforts to shackle music so that free copies of songs will not spread willy-nilly across the Web as they did in the glory days of song-swapping site Napster.
However, some customers and consumer groups have protested the moves, saying they illegally restrict those who have no intention of breaking the law. Contact Info.
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In short, it can feel like Downtown Music Gallery is hanging on by a thread — which is a shame, because for its carefully curated focus on art rock, underground jazz, and contemporary classical, it remains a valuable resource for used and rare LPs. There are free weekly live performances as well, in addition to chats with owner Bruce Lee Gallanter, whose warm and knowledgeable presence fosters an inclusive environment.
For those who want a taste of the old New York, Downtown Music Gallery, even now, is at least one place to find it. Owner Tony Mignone has been holding court at its current location in Park Slope since , and inside the store, very little seems to have changed in the subsequent four decades.
Most records are organized and shelved, but some of them simply sit in a pile, waiting to be sorted through by an intrepid prospective buyer. If you have a lot of time on your hands and are willing to brave the narrow aisles and musty atmosphere, this could well be a gold mine for vintage rarities at knockdown prices. Its earlier opening hours — 7 a. Oh, and its walls are also lined with Victorian taxidermy, folk art, and other such eccentric antiques.
Black Gold has recently expanded its operations with the opening of a second branch in the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Gowanus, so enjoy these carefully curated wares at both locales. Disc two contains ten bonus tracks recorded in September and Just announced are upgrades to two classic Dylan shows played in Japan. The secondFeb 25, · Consumer claims victory in CD lawsuit. Makers of a Charley Pride CD have agreed to stop tracking most listener habits and to warn consumers that .