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Jan 23, 2019 01:45:59   #
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KTJohnson wrote:
There IS something about the tactile feel of a vinyl record, and the sound is great when played on a good system if the record is not scratched.

I also loved the liner notes that were sometimes included to tell us who played what instrument on what track, however, that is sometimes included on CDs also.

But the ARTWORK, oh the ARTWORK. Check out Abraxus or any YES album. You don't get that with a CD. Or King Crimson's In The Hall Of The Crimson King, folded out. Yeah, good times.
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Agree about the artwork. I still have something like 100 albums, including the Traffic and Carol King albums in your post. My wife and I saw the play "Beautiful" in New York in September about Carol King and her music. It was FANTASTIC; see it if you can. BTW, a classic was "Stand Up" by Jethro Tull. When you opened up the album cover, there was a "pop-up" of the band (I still have it).

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