Not that we don’t appreciate the many benefits MP3s have brought us, but we could all use a little analog in our digitally dominated lives. So let’s hear it for good old-fashioned turntables and the records they play. Sure, vinyl can scratch and skip, but that’s just part of its charm. Records’ packaging and liner notes only add to the allure. We can do without CDs and — despite fond memories of mix tapes — cassettes. But there’s a reason people today have vinyl collections. The technology for playing music in the ’60s was just fine — and the music itself? Just classic.
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