quick turntable question

Paul B. Walker, Jr. walkerbroadcasting@gmail.com
Sun Oct 18 22:49:07 EDT 2009

Im 25 and would buy vinyl if i had a record player since alot of the music I
listen to (50s and 60s) is on a record anyways.

We had a WORKING (and occassionally used) Russco Pro turntbale when I was at
WABV 1590


On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 3:50 PM, Paul Norton <paul.norton@gmail.com> wrote:

> Sid Schweiger wrote:
>> "What happened to the great vinyl resurgence that was supposedly being
>> embraced by this generation?"
>> For that resurgence to occur, two things are necessary: turntables and
>> something to play on them.  The latter don't exist, outside of a few
>> specialty shops that go out of their way to stock them.
> I'm 27 and I only buy vinyl.  Have since I was 13.  I'm seeing more and
> more bands (both popular and underground) releasing vinyl these days. Even a
> lot of older releases (60's and 70s) are seeing remastered versions released
> on vinyl. While most shops don't carry them, you can purchase them all
> online (where I would imagine most music is purchased these days).
> Paul

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