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  • on this ordinary street inside this ordinary building in Hong Kong is one of the world's most valuable record collections.

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  • Has over 20,000 records, including this signed Nat King Cole recording so called your neck King Cole got so Mary Uncle Things 1964 cover of the Beatles Performing Gray Charles is what I'd say beetles and make the Beatles German.

  • And this rare recording of Yoshiko Yamaguchi made in Japan during World War Two.

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  • James eventually turned his love of music into a business.

  • He opened a record shop and started collecting rare vinyls from around the world.

  • His most prized possessions are his master tapes.

  • A master tape is the original studio recording from which other copies Air made.

  • It's considered the purest version of a record, the Holy Grail of tapes, and James has spent the past 10 years collecting them.

  • He believes you haven't really heard a song until you've heard it's master tape.

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on this ordinary street inside this ordinary building in Hong Kong is one of the world's most valuable record collections.

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This Hong Kong Shop Has the World’s Rarest Records

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/08
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