Look! – the needle’s clean as a whistle! This is a kosher shot, then. [grin]
My apologies for the late thank you.. yes, a clean needle = good sounds.
Peggy still has records and a record player. Think she even has some Bing Crosby. But most of our music is digital, Lynne. The B&W photo was the only way to take it. 🙂 Curt
I bought this for my older daughter(she’s an old soul)..unfortunately my record collection got caught in a flooded shed hence mine are history BUT the collection begins anew with Vanessa 🙂
Wow, that is an “old soul.” Good for Vanessa.
It used to be sold for 1/3 of the Euro in the nineties, when many just ditched their collections for CDs. Now it has become collectible right from the factories. The record companies have absolutely no clue. Just trying everything and blaming the customers for high prices, for poor sales, for lousy quality of records and music contained. But yes, I prefer vinyl, because it somehow grows old and dies like humans. Meanwhile it demands attention, time and has warmer and fuller sound!
I agree with you.. I will always prefer vinyl and am glad to see my daughter feels the same way.. something very warm and exciting about selecting an album to play..it’s a process vs popping a CD in the player. We need a vinyl revolution to lower the prices. Average album cost is $25 USD.. double what I used to pay..
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