Don’t Scratch On My Turntable
Record players aren't for going 'wicky wicky' folks!
This day in age if you're a younger person that enjoys old vinyl records there is appreciation from some and terms such as 'hipster' from others. I don't think I'm snazzy enough the be a hipster so I'll just say I love the warm sounds that come from a vinyl record. I know they take up space and the players a larger than an iPod dock but they can also be a conversation piece!
The warmth of the sound that comes from vinyls is just something you can't get from an MP3 or CD. I could go on forever about the sounds but another thing I like about them is the history. I've got an original 1964 Mississippi John Hurt record, I wonder who listened to that before me. Many came from my parents and it's crazy to think they may have been having a 'party' or something and happened to be listening to half of what they sent me. Chances are I had them on at a party or two of mine.
A friend and I hit up the Penny Pub & Grill on Wednesday nights. You can bring your own vinyl and they'll play it while we all hang out.