Anthology Recordings

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Template:COI Anthology Recordings was born in 2004 from Keith Abrahamsson's desire to digitize and actualize rare albums beyond their physical - and oft impossible to find - format. Earning praise from press (NPR, Wired, CNN) and hardcore seekers alike, Anthology procured hundreds of records under the mantra ″nothing too obscure,″ tirelessly proselytizing until Abrahamsson's archival efforts went on hiatus in 2010.

Anthology Recordings auspiciously relaunched in 2014 as Mexican Summer's reissue imprint, serving vinyl and formats unforeseen. Its ambition is to explore the scope of our musical heritage without limitation to genre or form. Tasked with this mission, Anthology Recordings has worked to elevate the reissue practice through responsibly sourced material, compelling design, and high-quality packaging.

In 2016, Anthology Recordings founded the imprint Anthology Editions to fashion cultural narratives as books, music collections, online experiences, and exhibitions.

Artists and albums that have been, or will be, reissued by Anthology Recordings include:[1]

Books and that will be, and have been published thus far by Anthology Editions include:[2]

  • Flying Saucers are Real!; Jack Womack
  • God Save Sex Pistols; Johan Kugelberg with Jon Savage and Glen Terry
  • Party in the Back; Tino Razo
  • Imaginary Concerts; Peter Coffin
  • Spirit of 76: London Punk Eyewitness; John Ingham
  • Feel the Music: The Psychedelic Worlds of Paul Major; Paul Major with Johan Kugelberg and Mark Iosifescu
  • A Dance with Fred Astaire; Jonas Mekas

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