I am resending this as it failed to appear in the archives.
The classical market is not dead. There are still many tens of thousands of
obscure records on Amazon. You are talking through your hat, as usual.
> This certainly affects decisions about new pressing runs. I'm told the
> underlying problem is that the "megaglomerate" retail stores are
> everything that they can't turn over within six weeks. The one-two punch
> Napster and Amazon have killed the classical market dead because a huge
> percentage of sales in the past came from folks who were browsing and
> stumbled across something interesting in the classical section of a store.
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