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Facing the Music

When Tower Records declared bankruptcy, the move caused some extra pain in New Orleans. The Tower Records in the French Quarter was the only major music store in the city and it carried a fair amount of music produced by local musicians sold on consignment. But the terms of Towers' agreement with Great American Liquidators gave the company complete control over the leftover inventory, leaving small-time musicians unable to get their CDs back from the store.

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