Welcome friends old and new to Select! Here you’ll find the rare reissue you’ve been seeking and the deluxe package of your favorite album among many other treasures. We’re in the process of building this new location and excited about
KISS The Casablanca Singles
on 7” vinyl which you’ll ONLY find on Select!

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About Select

Select, formerly Hip-O-Select, is Universal Music Group’s renowned boutique imprint that launched April 1, 2004. Selling directly to U.S. customers through its website for nearly a decade, the label has released hundreds of projects featuring such diverse artists as Etta James, The Supremes, The Animals, Jimmy Cliff, Peggy Lee, DJ Shadow, James Brown, Suzanne Vega, Oscar Peterson and Joe Walsh.

Hip-O-Select has received numerous awards, among them:
  • Best Historical Album 2009 Grammy® Award for “Little Walter: The Complete Chess Masters”
  • Echo Jazz Award (the German Grammy® equivalent) for Best Reissue to “First Impulse: The Creed Taylor Collection 50th Anniversary”
  • 2010 Down Beat Jazz Critics Poll and the Jazz Journalists’ Association awards for Best Historical Album, to Ella Fitzgerald “Twelve Nights In Hollywood”
  • Académie du Jazz Best Reissue 2012, for Stan Getz “Quintets: The Clef & Norgran Albums”
  • Mojo Honours List, in 2005 for reissue program and in 2007 for catalogue release of the year, for “The Complete Motown Singles: Volume 6”
  • Mojo Magazine Reissue of the Year award in 2004 went to Max Romeo’s “War Ina Babylon”
  • Blues Foundation’s “Handy Award” as Reissue Of The Year for the 2005 Muddy Waters’ volume “Hoochie Coochie Man”
  • And prestigious Alex art design awards in 2005 for both Muddy Waters’ “Hoochie Coochie Man” and “The Complete Motown Singles, Volume One: 1959 to 1961”

Furthermore, media from Rolling Stone to Goldmine, have consistently given the label’s releases four and five star reviews. National Public Radio’s flag station KCRW’s newsletter said: “Hip-O Select have quickly made a name for themselves as the premier reissue label.”