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Vinyl : the art of making records / Mike Evans.

By: Evans, Mike, 1941 October 30- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London Bauer Media Group, [2015]Copyright date: �2015Description: 256 pages : illustrations (some colour), portraits (some colour) ; 26 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781742457420; 1742457428.Subject(s): Sound recordings -- History | Sound recording industry -- History | Music trade -- History | Music trade | Sound recording industry | Sound recordingsGenre/Form: History.DDC classification: 780.266 | 381.4578149 Summary: In our increasingly digital world, audiophiles know that the real recording is on vinyl. That's why sales of vinyl continue to soar. Mike Evans offers a sumptuous visual celebration of this medium's fascinating history and triumphant rebirth. From weighty 78s to feisty 45s, from eccentric EPs to legendary LPs, he brings vinyl recordings off the shelves and out of the crates. No collection is complete without it.
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"In our increasingly digital world, audiophiles know that the real recording is on vinyl. That's why sales of vinyl continue to soar. Mike Evans offers a sumptuous visual celebration of this medium's fascinating history and triumphant rebirth. From weighty 78s to feisty 45s, from eccentric EPs to legendary LPs, he brings vinyl recordings off the shelves and out of the crates. No collection is complete without it."

Includes index.

In our increasingly digital world, audiophiles know that the real recording is on vinyl. That's why sales of vinyl continue to soar. Mike Evans offers a sumptuous visual celebration of this medium's fascinating history and triumphant rebirth. From weighty 78s to feisty 45s, from eccentric EPs to legendary LPs, he brings vinyl recordings off the shelves and out of the crates. No collection is complete without it.