Cooking Vinyl founder and CEO Martin Goldschmidt has hailed 2016 as a significant year, citing its No.1 album with Passenger as a definitive moment for the company.
Speaking to Music Week about the firm’s 30th year in business, Goldschmidt outlined the success of Passenger’s [aka Michael David Rosenberg] Young As The Morning, Old As The Sea as one of several highlights.
The album has sold 44,748 copies to date and beat Bruce Springsteen’s compilation Chapter And Verse to the top ...
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