In the age of instant musical gratification via digital downloads you would be mistaken to think that vinyl is dead. Since 2005 vinyl has increase in sales faster than any other music format.
In this documentary I ask Duke Special, The Hot Sprockets, Little Matador’s Nathan Connolly and Tower Records’ Joe Plunkett, who share their thoughts on why this ‘by gone’ format holds such gravitas with musicians and consumers alike.
The documentary features music from the 19th, 20th and 21st Centuries.
Ken Macintosh – Applejack
George W. Johnson – Negro Laughing Song
Jimi Hendrix – Little Wing
Led Zeppelin – Dazed and Confused
Tom Waits – Get Behind The Mule
Duke Special – Texarkana Baby
The Hot Sprockets – Homeslice
It also contains samples taken from multiple news clips, and RCA’s 1942 documentary ‘Command Performance’
Thanks to Martyk for putting this on the web. You can follow him on Twitter or visit his Mixcloud page at this link.