I would also hope to have this on vinyl. I find myself buying the CD and the vinyl unless they offer the MP3 with the vinyl like they have done in the past. Then I can listen in the car and at home. I can burn LP to CD also but have gotten lazy lately......
Gotta have the vinyl! I really can't even imagine buying this album unless it's on vinyl, in which case, I'm all over it. I'd buy it right now!!!!
Plus, while most vinyl releases come with the Mp3 these days, Bobs last vinyl release came with a CD. It was great... but this one, I'd much rather have with my records then anything... I HOPE THEY SEE THIS AT COLUMBIA/ SONY!!!!
I wasn't sure anyone still wanted vinyl. One of the most popular duos of all time was Sandler and Young. Most of their vinyl albums are no longer available, however Tony Sandler has boxes of vinyl Christmas albums in a warehouse still in the original shrink warp. One of them is a Christmas album "The True Spirit of Christmas" and the other is "The Bells of Paradise". I am his producer and can release these if anyone is interested. firstname.lastname@example.org www.huberentertainmentgroup.com.
Robert, Vinyl has made a tremendous comeback in the past few years. There are many vinyl retailers on the internet, selling both new and old releases. You could contact them or even sell the records on eBay. There is definitely a market for vinyl.
CDs these days are being mixed with a louder sound that compresses the dynamic range of the music. They can't do that on vinyl because the records would skip. So ironically, even when the music was recorded digitally, it can sound better on analog.