Would You Buy 20 min Silent Vinyl?

Bobberman

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And " Here is The Kicker "( Drum roll please Wait for it")
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TallPaulInKy

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The most famous albums of this sort was "Best Of Marcel Marceao" (MGM Records ‎– SE-4745), with the name mispelled, presumably to diminish the label’s liability in the eyes of the actual Marcel Marceau. Issued in stereo in 1970 does have a cover illustration that features the internationally famous French mime. Both sides are identical, though pressed from different stampers...19 minutes of silence followed by one minute of applause. Marcel Marceao - The Best Of Marcel Marceao
 

Moritat

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John Cale once wrote a masterpiece(?) called 4:33. Which was 4 minutes & 33 seconds of silence. When people said why is this considered a masterpiece, it's only silence? A critic who loved Cale responded by saying... "it may be only silence but nobody does silence like Cale!"

Regarding the 20 minutes of silence, I would prefer listening to this instead of 20 minutes of Kenny G.
 

Rudy

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Funny. To this day, I still skip any track in my collection that features the G-man as a guest artist. Instantly recognizable--that thin, reedy tone of his, played out of tune...
 

Harry

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The most famous albums of this sort was "Best Of Marcel Marceao" (MGM Records ‎– SE-4745), with the name mispelled, presumably to diminish the label’s liability in the eyes of the actual Marcel Marceau. Issued in stereo in 1970 does have a cover illustration that features the internationally famous French mime. Both sides are identical, though pressed from different stampers...19 minutes of silence followed by one minute of applause. Marcel Marceao - The Best Of Marcel Marceao
I like that there was a special disk jockey pressing!
 

Rudy

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Oh, I would want the "hot stamper" pressing of that one, I tell ya... :biglaugh:
 

AM Matt

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Canadian singer Sarah Slean CD "Blue Parade" (1999) has 10 minutes worth of silence!! Then the final song plays!! I still miss Sarah performing!!!
 
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