Since the piratical ravages of Napster, folks in the traditional recording industry have often felt themselves embattled. Sure, they've got iTunes and Spotify now, which are nifty consolation prizes to be sure. But cash flowing to record companies from such digital innovations has been enough only to partially stanch the bleeding. Still, the good old days were very good indeed. Richard Foos, the former head of Rhino Records, for example, did well enough for a 10,000 square-foot Mediterranean style estate in Brentwood, California, which he and his wife Shari—a former singer/songwriter and current therapist with a New Age-ish bent—put on the market five years ago for $19.9 million. The couple's ambitions in the New York City property game seem to be a bit more modest. They've just nabbed a co-op at 200 West 79th Street for $2.35 million, according to city records.