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Or to put it more accurate, Chet Baker in New York being played on a nostalgic turntable at coffee bar of the local library.

 

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Ha!

 

I tuned in thinking I would see a shot of old Chet..

 

I remember those portable players, we had a wind up Victrola at home

 

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What a lively composition!  Great trip down memory lane - a time that I often miss.

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Wicked! - so well seen and taken!

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Thanks guys! Rags, the title was kind of a clickbait, I couldn't resist that one ...

In Holland "analog" music is enjoying a revival with sales booming.

CD sales are down dramatically and streaming services like Spotify are doing well especially the free variant with advertising.

I've sold my records a few years ago to a music enthousiast. I still have about 1.500 CD's but mosty listen to Spotify, a great way to discover new music.

 

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3 hours ago, Luc de Schepper said:

Thanks guys! Rags, the title was kind of a clickbait, I couldn't resist that one ...

In Holland "analog" music is enjoying a revival with sales booming.

CD sales are down dramatically and streaming services like Spotify are doing well especially the free variant with advertising.

I've sold my records a few years ago to a music enthousiast. I still have about 1.500 CD's but mosty listen to Spotify, a great way to discover new music.

 

 

These crazy hipsters who insist on the "superiority" of vinyl amuse me. The amount of money you would have to spend on audio equipment to get even close to the quality of CD's is way beyond the average hipster's comprehension, let alone budget. :D 

 

I also flogged all my old records a few years back. I should have held onto them for a while longer because I could have probably gotten more for some of them given the prices I see for new pressings these days.

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On the way to California where I am currently I saw a Candian production. "Born to be Blue".

 

The old American Junkie Jazzer died 1988 in Europe.

 

Great film.


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