What Killed Vinyl Records

 

Compact Discs did not kill Vinyl Records.What the Death Knell to Vinyl was the end of an easy home recording medium or cassette recorders..
I got believe in my heart of hearts that the lack of available cassette tapes eventually did vinyl in.
A vinyl record is for the most only12- 15 minutes  per side however with  recorded cassette you can get anywhere from 1/2 to 3/4 if an hour per side get the picture?

My Personal Record Collection”800″LP’s’

 

I like most people seldom listened to whole albums but made mix tapes.In other words one song from this album another from that album and made deluxe mix tapes.When no recording medium was available anymore that took life away from Vinyl Records to survive any longer.

As far as CD’s went it hurt but it was not the reason for their Demise.
Bringing back Vinyl without a home recordings medium is totally useless.I had a collection that would make any music collectors mouth water.I attempted to sell them but buyers wanted to rob me blind offering me less than 10cents a record..Each & Every perspective buyer I told them rather than sell to you I’d sooner smash each record with a hammer.
I gave away my entire collection away to a few nursing homes at no cost in the hope that others will get to get to enjoy my record albums as much as I did.

Never Sell Your Old LP Record Collection For Peanuts..

https://thelermanreport.com/2017/10/02/never-sell-your-old-lp-record-collection-for-peanuts/

MOSES LERMAN BLOG  ADMINISTRATOR & EDITOR

 

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