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“Listening to old music remastered to a newer format is almost comical,” Sarah says. “They weren’t meant to be digitalized. Listening to Jimi Hendrix on my iPod doesn’t capture his endlessly deep guitar solos quite like a 33 LP of ‘Blues’ does.”

http://www.freep.com/article/20110330/FEATURES01/103300327/1048/SPORTS/In-di

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“Music has taken a digital turn, so we’re beginning to see some of the foundational elements like vinyl disappear,”

http://www.blackbookmag.com/article/new-york-hip-hop-institution-fat-beats-closes/22126

In 2002 Gary Freiberg founded Vinyl Record Day, a nationally established day to celebrate as the organizations Mission Statement says: “The Preservation of the Cultural Influence, the Recordings and the Cover Art of the Vinyl Record” and to have August 12th as a day of Family, Friends and Music. The choice of the date, August 12, is significant. Reportedly, it is the day Thomas Alva Edison invented the phonograph in 1877.

http://www.goldminemag.com/article/vinyl-record-day-attempting-to-gain-momentum