The 90-minute varied selection of music featuring featuring artists such as Beethoven, Guan Pinghu, Mozart, Stravinsky, Blind Willie Johnson, Chuck Berry and Kesarbai Kerkar, includes one jazz track, 3 minutes long, from Louis Armstrong and his hot Seven. (That’s what happens when you leave selection to a committee).
The copyright owners of the music on the record signed agreements only permitted the replay outside of the solar system. EMI alledgedly refused to allow the inclusion of The Beatles title “Here Comes The Sun” on the record, presumably fearful of Space Piracy. So no exceptions: this record may only be played outside our solar system.
The record is gold-plated copper with cover in aluminum and electroplated with ultra-pure isotope uranium-238 with a half-life of 4.468 billion years. A few meteorite scuffs, nothing serious, still a strong VG ++ Writing in deadwax: “To the makers of music – all worlds, all times” No ear.
Ebay – sellers description
I am selling this from my own personal personal collection, accumulated while destroying millions of lifeforms in terrifying and unstoppable ways across the universe. Personally detached from the hull of Voyager One.
Bid with confidence, Earthlings. While your planet lasts.
Full Track Listing includes:
“Johnny B. Goode,” written and performed by Chuck Berry. 2:38
“Melancholy Blues,” performed by Louis Armstrong and his Hot Seven. 3:05
“Dark Was the Night,” written and performed by Blind Willie Johnson. 3:15
Bonus tracks: Includes printed messages from President Jimmy Carter (optional) and spoken greetings from Earth-people in fifty-five languages (list available on request)
Location of record: Death Star
Voyager 1 left the solar system in November 2004 and on September 12, 2013, NASA announced Voyager1 had entered interstellar space. In about 40,000 years, it will come to within about 1.8 light-years of star Gliese 445, located in the constellation Ophiuchus (see delivery options)
Please note, postage is not Ebay £4!! Await invoice before payment.
USPS First Class Interstellar Plus (signed for) $398,769,998bn
Returns accepted (buyer pays postage)
NORMAL SERVICE WILL BE RESUMED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, WITH SOME PROPER JAZZ.