Ina is publishing for the very first time recordings of artists, which have never-before been seen on vinyl albums. To that end, it has joined forces with the Diggers Factory to launch its “33 tours avec l’Ina”, album collection.
Since 20 April this year, French chanson and jazz aficionados can purchase cult, long-playing albums, taken from the Ina collections, by Serge Gainsbourg, Dalida and Ray Charles on the Diggers Factory website. Diggers Factory is a French start-up, an innovative community platform, which produces and re-publishes vinyl albums on demand.
Ina has preserved these superb recordings and for the first time, the limited editions are available to the general public and collectors, for a unique music experience. Discover the vinyl albums of some of the finest musical artists of the 20th century, from their earliest days in France.
They include Serge Gainsbourg’s first concerts on French radio, Ray Charles and his big band at the Palais des Sports in October 1961, and Dalida’s triumph at the Olympia on 8 December 1961.
L'Ina édite pour la première fois des inédits d'artistes sur vinyle et s'associe à Diggers Factory pour lancer sa collection "33 tours avec l'Ina".
L'Ina édite pour la première fois des inédits d'artistes sur vinyle et...
Diggers Factory: a brand-new concept 100% made in France
Diggers Factory is a new on-demand vinyl-pressing platform. It allows artists, labels and rights-owners to produce and republish long-players without the slightest risk and at no expense, as they control the entire production line. It’s a simple idea: to bring together a minimum number of pre-orders for each project in order to launch the vinyl pressing. In France, and elsewhere, people are showing a new-found interest in those beautiful black vinyl albums.
This partnership is the perfect opportunity for Ina to innovate in its approach, which is now resolutely focused on new uses by joining forces with an originally designed platform, which encourages and supports the development of a fine quality of high-standard creation since 2016.