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December 30, 2012

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Miriam Robeson

I gave away my LPs in '95, but I do have that particular JC collection in digital format. FWIW, I inherited my grandmother's LP collection, which I still have (Lawrence Welk, anyone?)

While I admire your keeping with analog format, you just can't haul around a record player in your pocket or briefcase, and the needles tend to scratch the records when played in a moving car.

Rick Georges

I still listen to digital music. All my records have been ripped to CD, and I have all of it in the cloud at Google Music. I keep the turntable and speaker system and amp in my den at home. There is something beautiful about the click of the needle on vinyl, and the soft sound of vinyl. I enjoy the whole ritual of pulling the record out of its sleeve, wiping it down to get rid of all the dust, and watching it begin. I must be channeling Jean Shepherd; but, it is a sensual experience.

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