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Author and former magazine editor David Hepworth discusses our enduring relationship with vinyl albums. Other musical formats have come and gone but even in the age of streaming, the 12-inch LP is prospering.

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0120181203

Author and former magazine editor David Hepworth discusses our enduring relationship with vinyl albums. Other musical formats have come and gone but even in the age of streaming, the 12-inch LP is prospering. In this opening talk, he explores the reasons why people are so attached to this apparently redundant format.

David Hepworth discusses the golden age, and recent resurgence, of vinyl records.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond

0120181203

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In this opening talk, he explores the reasons why people are so attached to this apparently redundant format.

David Hepworth discusses the golden age, and recent resurgence, of vinyl records.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond

In this opening talk, he explores the reasons why people are so attached to this apparently redundant format."

0220181204

Author and former magazine editor David Hepworth discusses our enduring relationship with vinyl albums. Other musical formats have come and gone but even in the age of streaming, the 12-inch LP is prospering. In part 2 of this 5-part series he recalls the heyday of the town centre record shop and the delights (and risks) involved in browsing the record racks, purchasing an album and taking it home on the bus.

David Hepworth discusses the golden age, and recent resurgence, of vinyl records.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond

0220181204

Author and former magazine editor David Hepworth discusses our enduring relationship with vinyl albums. Other musical formats have come and gone but even in the age of streaming, the 12-inch LP is prospering. In part 2 of this 5-part series he recalls the heyday of the town centre record shop and the delights (and risks) involved in browsing the record racks, purchasing an album and taking it home on the bus.

David Hepworth discusses the golden age, and recent resurgence, of vinyl records.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond

In part 2 of this 5-part series he recalls the heyday of the town centre record shop and the delights (and risks) involved in browsing the record racks, purchasing an album and taking it home on the bus.

0320181205

Author and former magazine editor David Hepworth reflects on the golden age of the vinyl album and the recent resurgence of interest in this apparently redundant technology. The cassette, the Walkman and the iPod have come and gone but in this time of streaming and digital downloads, the LP is making a comeback. In Part 3 of this 5-part series David recalls the rituals involved in playing a record.

David Hepworth reflects on the golden age, and recent resurgence, of the vinyl album

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond

0420181206

Author and former magazine editor David Hepworth discusses our enduring relationship with vinyl albums. Other musical formats have come and gone but even in the age of streaming, the 12-inch LP is prospering. In part 4 of this 5-part series he explores the great days of the album sleeve, the creativity and innovation which went into some of the iconic record covers and their lasting appeal.

David Hepworth discusses the golden age, and recent resurgence, of vinyl records.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond

0420181206

Author and former magazine editor David Hepworth discusses our enduring relationship with vinyl albums. Other musical formats have come and gone but even in the age of streaming, the 12-inch LP is prospering. In part 4 of this 5-part series he explores the great days of the album sleeve, the creativity and innovation which went into some of the iconic record covers and their lasting appeal.

David Hepworth discusses the golden age, and recent resurgence, of vinyl records.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond

In part 4 of this 5-part series he explores the great days of the album sleeve, the creativity and innovation which went into some of the iconic record covers and their lasting appeal.

0520181207

David Hepworth discusses the golden age, and recent resurgence, of vinyl records.

Essays from leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond

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