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Author Topic: From Dire Straits to Brothers in arms LP-Album from Canada Radio-Competition  (Read 406 times)

OfflineKlaus74

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Hello to all Dire Straits Vinyl-fans.
I think all of the Dire Straits Vinyl-Fans know that story about the Canadian One of a kind LP-Album called From Dire Straits to Brothers in arms, which was exclusively released to a lucky winner of a Vancouver Radio-Competition from Radiostation CFOX.
On Discogs are some information on that record and on that competition with the fact that around 5 copies were made, but 6 lucky collectors have a copy on Discogs. Interesting to know.
Does somebody here in the forum has more background-information on that competition in Canada in those days, or about the production of that rare record.
Enclosed you will find the Discogs photos.
« Last Edit: April 06, 2021, 05:24:57 pm by Klaus74 »
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Offlinefarco

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I am one of the lucky owners!  8)
I remember that many years ago several copies of the ONLY 1 came out for sale (I think all 5 extra copies)
Sadly I have nothing else to add to the description on discogs (pics are from my copy)

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Hello farco. CONGRATULATIONS.
Thanks for your answer anyway.  :thumbsup
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