I was listening through some cds in the past few days and was thinking about some of the lables that have seemingly come and gone(or changed direction). KOCH RECORDS-If the only cd they ever issued was the Bob Wills Tribute from Merle Haggard, I'd put them on the list. This one was hard to find for many years, although BGO issued it several years later. They also reissued the AREA CODE 615 two-fer, and it is pretty scarce as well. For a period of time in the 90's, Koch reissued some absolute gems from the country music arena of the 50's-70's. RAZOR AND TIE-I got the 2-cd set THE GLEN CAMPBELL COLLECTION, and it was well-done. Seems like there were some other good compilations on this label. COLLECTOR'S CHOICE MUSIC- Not sure what I liked better-the wide range of music that they released, or the awesome catalog that I used to receive every couple of months. I've been buying music for many years, but I can't recall being any more excited than when I saw that they were releasing the AMAZING RHYTHM ACES lps from the mid-70's. Also, they released lots of ANITA KERR. Wow, I miss them. Hopefully Gordon will keep this going with REAL GONE MUSIC. Was very happy to see the Jerry Reed release, so that is a good sign of things to come. He seems very fan friendly as well. For what it's worth, SUNDAZED, ICONOCLASSIC, REAL GONE MUSIC, HIP-O SELECT, and BGO records all do a great job, and I hope that they stay around for many years. I like the selection from RAVEN RECORDS, but the quality has been spotty. I have no experience with Varese Vintage or with Wounded Bird. What are some that you miss from years past?