Santa Monica, CA (May 24, 2007)--Fabian and Frankie Avalon, two of the most popular teen idols of the 50s and 60s, will soon have new digital releases of their hits, as well as unreleased tracks which have been in storage since the original recordings were made. Restoration and archiving to digital was done by Bruce Maddocks' Cups 'N Strings Studios.
The Hitmakers.' border='1'> Pictured is Fabian and Frankie Avalon's monaural 1960 vinyl release, The Hitmakers."We knew we had a treasure trove of material and that we needed an expert like Bruce to ensure that the remastering process went smoothly," explained Barth Ballard of Digital Music Group, Inc., which recently purchased Chancellor Records and all the physical and digital rights to the label catalogue. "In the process of restoring and transferring the original 1/2-inch and 1/4-inch analog masters, we were excited to find that much of the material had never been released in any format. Digital Music Group is looking forward to releasing these tracks as remastered digital files for distribution at online music stores iTunes, Real, and Napster as well as through top mobile audio channels such as Helio and Moderati."
Digital Music Group, Inc.
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