The first LP I ever bought, way back in 1981. I remember getting the bus to town, going into Woolworths and handing over my hard earned money. I got home and placed my pride and joy on my very cheap and tacky Fidelity HF42 Portable Record Player. I may have only been eleven but in my eyes I became a man that day. I must climb into my parents attic and see if I still have it, Coz the newer CD version just doesn't sound the same. but I'm probably biased. Where did the Years go?
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On the train from New York City to Chattanooga, Tennessee, Elvis Presley listens to the acetate (gramophone record made from the master tape) of “Hound Dog,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” and “Any Way You Want Me,” and hears his music as his fans will hear it on a cheap record player, 1956 by Alfred Wertheimer