Every August 12, the day Thomas Alva Edison invented the phonograph in 1877, has become a time to celebrate the existence of vinyl records.
Buying “Historia De La Musica Rock: Lou Reed” was not about the music as much as it was a reason to acquire a “Historia De La Musica Rock” record for the collection.
by Michael Cumella published originally in Print magazine Welcome to a peek inside my collection of flexi discs, phonosheets, cardboard discs, and oddity records, acquired over 37 years of music collecting and 14 years of hosting WFMU’s The Antique Phonograph …
by Thomas Dimock — Many concert DVDs fall short of what fans expect: a true concert experience in their homes that is second only to being there in person, front row center.
Akim Boldireff and Aaron Keele, known as The Record Guys, uncovered a singular stash of Beatles LPs earlier this year. “I knew right away when I saw these that they were special,” says Boldireff.