Vinyl Memories

Jimi Hendrix listening to records - Note Elmore James record who was a blues cat w/ 6 fingers on one of his hands - MW

Vinyl Memories

historical photos Customers at a London music store listen to the latest record releases in soundproof listening booths, 1955

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Vinyl Memories

A woman lying down on the floor, smoking cigarette, surrounded by record albums, including “Lonely Girl” by Julie London, and The George Shearing Quartet released

Vinyl Memories

French chanteuse Juliette Greco (from Boris Vian’s illustrated Manual of St Germain des Pres). (love the candidness of this. maybe in kitchen or garden- not bed)

Vinyl Memories

vintage everyday: Vinyles Passion – Vintage Photos of Teenage Record Party in the and

Vinyl Memories

Joe Strummer once claimed that listening to records of the Beach Boys (among others) was why he got into music. And when you consider the enduring legacy of The Clash, we're grateful that he did.

Vinyl Memories

My favorite Audrey photo yet. I want this for my music room.and I want a music room. For now, it could hang above my record player.

Vinyl Memories

Elizabeth Taylor in a red court heel (a popular style) with vinyl records.

Vinyl Memories

As the HMV shops became more and more successful, listening booths were installed so that customers could try before they bought. This shot comes from the London HMV store in

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