In rotation: 2/4/15

Maybe he hit his head? “Neil Young calls vinyl revival ‘a fashion statement’”

“I can see Neil Young’s point about how current music on vinyl may just be a fad. But to me, my albums have never been a fad. They’re part of who I am.

We don’t condone it, but we understand. “Woman allegedly breaks into home to steal record: The intruder seemingly wasn’t there for money or electronics. According to the Chickasha Police Department, Linday Ruth Williams broke into Meloy’s residence to commit some old school music piracy. After Williams’ arrest, a small vinyl record labeled “All Time Fontana Hits” was discovered in her possession at the Grady County Jail.

“Record Store Day is cause for celebration for music fans everywhere, but some artists might not realise how far in advance they must plan. We asked our UK manufacturing partner Key Production what measures artists and record labels should take in preparation for this event.”

They probably don’t have a Pono. “While many thought the resurgence of vinyl records would be a short-lived fad, the interest in both vintage and new releases shows no signs of waning.”

“When it’s done right, however, it is sort of magical…”

“Gord Sauck has some additional company at the Innovative Audio store he operates. The shop, located in a corner of a business park on 78th Avenue, is home to shelves upon shelves of vintage and used audio gear—the kind loved and collected by true audiophiles, most of whom are of a certain vintage themselves.”

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