Many Making The Switch To Vinyl Records
For many music lovers, a trip to a local record shop or music department within a department store used to be a time-honored outing.
Country Artists are responding to the trend of recordings being offered the old way… on vinyl! For many music lovers, a trip to a local record shop or music department within a department store used to be a time-honored outing. Browsing the record racks alphabetically, or hitting the 'New Release' rack, was as much fun and rewarding as one could imagine. Then, once at home you'd unwrap your purchase, play the disc and while the warm audio opening tracks filled your listening room you'd explore the liner notes on the jacket, or marvel at the album art. Back in the day, truly a rousing experience. For me, it was a ritual. Here's hoping you have a RECORD YEAR!
Do you still have a record player or turntable connected to an in-home stereo system? Do you know you can buy USB turntables? Generally, music enthusiasts and audiophiles believe that music sounds better on vinyl. Today I thought I'd hook you up with some links to many popular country artists who have made their current recordings available to you on vinyl. Many also include an accompanying MP3 version for instant portability.
I've also included a link below to connect you to an opportunity to win a Crosley Memory Master II Turntable with Radio, CD, Cassette, with Aux-In, once you SIGN-UP as a VIP in the Quick Country Club.
Here's a few choices you may already own as MP-3's, available as a VINYL LP. Just ((CLICK)) the thumbnails below.