Finding out-of-print Jewish Music Albums

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    YFR Bachur

    I thought it would be a good idea to start a thread to help people find albums that they didnt find in their local seforim store. The members of the CR can help by directing questioners to online sources where they KNOW the album can be found, or offering a trade, or giving them a copy (if your rav allows), or any other idea you have.

    The album I would like to find is by The Gateshead Boys Choir entitled “A Journey Through The Ages”

    All help would be Appriciated.


    try calling Aderet Music aka Mostly Music. Check them out online…

    YFR Bachur

    Phillis, thanks but I already searched both &

    and I could only find the other album Gateshead released entiteled “Chaim Shel Tova”.

    I started this thread to help people find music that was NOT found on the 2 above sites.

    (i am sorry if i worded my response too strongly)


    YFR Bachur: do you know the year/era of the album?

    If it’s really an album, then I can search through my collection (vast). If it’s tape or CD, then I’ll pass.


    Did you try Gal-Paz? They take a lot of old records and transfer them to tape or CD.

    Try calling them to see if they have it in stock.


    Assuming copyright regulations were followed, Library of Congress should have a copy.

    YFR Bachur

    All I know about the album is that i used to listen to it as a young child on tape and that the dartmouth site says that it was put out on tape in 1991.

    Do you have the number for Gal-Paz?

    S’koyach to all.


    Why not CALL aderet music. It might be something they dont have online but they can get ahold of for u.

    Sarah Ballon

    Contact Gateshead Jewish Boarding School which produces their albums.
    +44 191 420 3066 ext 2
    [email protected]

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