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Keeping Up Old Traditions - Various - Laughter Unlimited Volume Two (Vinyl, LP)
Label: World Record Club - R-00136,World Record Club - 3164 • Series: Retrospect Series - 3164 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Club Edition, Reissue, Mono • Country: Australia • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Comedy
Мария - Various - Кругозор № 1/1976 (Flexi-disc), Heartbeats - Versant - Heartbeats EP (CD), Lord Of Tranz, Janus - Sun Ra* - Janus (CD, Album), Sema 4 - In Memory Of... (Vinyl, LP), My Camera Never Lies - Bucks Fizz - Bucks Fizz (CD), Carolina Walk - A Country Band - Music By A Country Band (Vinyl, LP), Men O´ Galloway - Saor Patrol - Two Headed Dog (CD), Time Has Come - Hugh Mundell - Time And Place (CD, Album), Eyes On The Clouds, Ebenen - Sanri* - Ton-Eskapaden (CD), Something At The Bottom Of The Sea. Parts 1-4, Thorns - Tao Menizoo - Tao Menizoo (CD, Album)
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A vinyl record doesn’t hold a lot of music. You may need to cut songs from your CD to fit the constraints of the vinyl. A inch 33 1/3 rpm record holds only about 18 minutes per side and a 7-inch 45 rpm record holds about 4 1/2 minutes per side. You may lose some fidelity.
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Reason is the excessive stylistic flourishes make the songs start sounding alike after a few tracks. (This is one of the general problems I have with classical violinists in general who try to play traditional music. Too many of them lose the traditions of the fiddle tunes in keeping up with their quite different classical violin traditions/5(5).
I'm just wondering if there's a scientific reason why people feel vinyl has a different sound. It's possible in a "perfect" situation (cd player and record player both hooked up to the same system with physical perfection on both the cd and vinyl) there's no difference - in which case, maybe it is the "scratching" sound or record distortions.