I have been having the best time today playing my old records. Yes, I said records. That's a piece of vinyl that goes round and round with a needle hitting it. heehee
I have some of my childhood Christmas albums. One of mine was scratched terribly and I found an replacement a few years ago at an antiques mall. I was tickled pink. My two favorites are by Goodyear and my Dad picked them up when he got new tires. How retro cool is that?!
Mike pulled out some of my records stored in his collection today: The Best of Bread, The *new* Gaither Vocal Band, the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack and Judy Garland. I'm remembering more but I can't find them.
I started thinking about my records this week after seeing a news piece about this cool place called United Record Pressing. They have been here in Nashville for 40 years and make most of the records out there. Did you know artists are still releasing vinyl? They are used for DJ's in clubs. I sure didn't realize that. I would love to take Caroline there for a field trip. They have some rare editions records on view. I'm thinkin' Daddy might tag-along too.
My records still sound great to me. Right now I'm listening to Mr. and Mrs. Snowman by Roy Clark. Ahhh...takes me back.