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Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Collectable Bjorn Lynne CD fetches nice profit on eBay

In the same way that it's kind of a disheartening for any musician to see his own CDs sold cheap in the "bargain bin" (ahem, or so I've heard) ;-), it's equally encouraging and, well, actually quite brilliant, for any musician to see his CDs fetching "collectable" style prices second-hand.

Recently a used copy of my CD "Phoenix - Deep Space Resurrection" (released 1997, now sold out) fetched a very handsome EUR 45,50 (approx. 55 US$) on the German eBay site.

I guess that's good news if you are one of the 1,000 who has this CD, or any other of my CDs which are now sold out. It's obviously also very cool for me. :-) Many thanks to Jan Zottmann for spotting this and telling me about it.

- Bjorn


Blogger SacRat said...

Bjorn, with such a limited edition I guess most of your albums would become collector's dream in a couple of years ;)

February 16, 2006  
Anonymous I m L said...

Hi, on listening to 'Savanah" I'm not surprised you sold out. This is truly a wonderful piece of music. As I create similar music, it's very inspiring to come across someone like yourself in this myriad called the internet.

all the very best and take care
I m L

February 18, 2006  
Blogger mahen_fr said...

Personnally I would be willing to pay a great amount for the original version of "Hobbits & Spaceships" ;)

February 27, 2006  
Blogger Alan Gilchrist said...

I should have looked around a bit on eBay when I bought a used CD (labeled very rare) there only about a week ago, I would have likely bid on it or bought it out right.

Interesting of all the Bjorn CD's that I have, this one was a favorite of mine, I downloaded all the tracks for it plus 2 other disks off the old music site when they were up for download and burned them to CD's.

It's been a while since I've been to the site, and now that mp3 downloads are available for all the albums, I might plan to replace the old homemade album with the higher quality one available in the shop.

May 08, 2006  
Anonymous Stephen Sharp said...

I'm on of the 1000!

Completely irrelevent, but I just felt the need to say :)

November 03, 2006  

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