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Sampler

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Sampler

an electronic musical instrument closely related to a synthesizerSource: Wikipedia

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Sampler

A (needlework) sampler is a piece of embroidery produced as a demonstration or test of skill in needleworkSource: Wikipedia

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Sampler

an EP by CURB Records artist PlumbSource: Wikipedia

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may meanSource: Wikipedia

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Sampler

This is an introduction to the music of Cardiacs and each track is taken from a different albumSource: Wikipedia

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  1. a type of compilation album generally offered at a reduced price to showcase a selection of artists signed to a particular record label

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  2. The format became popular in the late 1960s as record labels sought to promote artists whose work was primarily available in album rather than single format, and therefore had little opportunity to gain exposure through singles-dominated radio airpla

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  3. One of the first labels to issue sampler albums of its range of artists was Elektra, who issued the folk samplers A Cold Wind Blows (1966) and Fantastic Folk (1968), before the rock-oriented Select Elektra (1968)

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  4. However, these were full price issues. CBS’s The Rock Machine Turns You On, Liberty Records' Gutbucket, Warner Bros.' The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook (first of the long-standing Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders series), and Island Records' You Can All

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  5. Many of the most important and innovative folk and rock artists of the time featured on the samplers of their respective record labels, particularly in the UK, and as a result their work reached an audience which would have otherwise been inaccessibl

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