Donald Fagen made the first digitally recorded hit album 25 years ago. He complained then about the dullness of the sound and digital’s deafness to nuance and dynamics. The good part is that there is no extraneous noise from tape hiss or a speck of dust in a groove.
Searching the internet, we found this post from New York:
“They have survived for almost 100 years. The first threat to their existence came from reel-to-reel tapes, then 8-tracks and later from cassettes. But vinyl records outlived them all. Everybody thought their run had ended with the advent of CDs, which in the early 1990s far surpassed vinyl in popularity.
Also online, a site dedicated to “all with a passion for vinyl records” has been established, but is still under construction. Click here to see that page.
After publication,m Robert Benson contacted Tulsa Today. Benson is an avid vinyl record collector for over 30 years and has compiled a resource for all the lovers of vinyl records. If you are just beginning to collect, or are an established hobbyist click here.