Before asking my question, I feel the need to tell my life story. After rediscovering the TJB records, I eagerly combed YouTube in search of more such music. One obvious group to check was the Baja Marimba Band. I liked some of their songs, but couldn't find the album The Baja Marimba Band's Back. I also liked certain Ti-wannabes. For instance, Koldwink (whom you may know for posting TJB stuff, among much other music) posted the album Mexico Party 2 by Los Tijuana Mariachis. I loved it, but couldn't find the first Mexico Party album. Similarly, someone posted the first two songs of the album Tijuana Party (also released as Mexican Hat Dance and Other Latin Favourites) by Stan Hope and the A-Banda Brass. I would love to hear the rest of the album. So I searched for these three albums, not only on YouTube, but also on Vimeo and Soundcloud. I searched the digital music for sale on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. I had no luck. Last week, on Black Friday, I happened to get a good deal on a turntable (which would make another long story in itself). Next year (because certain life matters would interfere during the rest of this year) I hope to order those three rare records and copy them to a digital format. And here's the point: I would want to post them on YouTube. And it would be nice if I could point them out to all of you on this site. My question is: how do people on these boards feel about this? Would anyone care? Would anyone be interested in hearing those albums? Would people feel - as I do - that I'd be performing a public service by giving the world access to these records? Or would people - most notably the administrator, moderators, and the like - find my actions reprehensible on the grounds that they're immoral or illegal? (If this post gets deleted, I guess I'll have my answer! ) In case it's relevant, I should mention that I don't monetize on YouTube, and will not profit from these activities in any way.