- Eurythmics Annie Lennox 1987 Savage Promo Poster 24”x36” BMG Music Mega Rare MT.
- Apr 10, 2013 - 4 min - Uploaded by Lakis2Dedicated to my loving friend Mike Wilson!. Version of Beethoven and other fun things like.
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For fans of Marc Almond & Soft Cell.Excellent condition(Cover and inner sleeve have price stickers on them- see photos)Please see my other items for other random releases UK postage is £4Europe £6.50Other destinations- please ask(I normally use Royal Mail Standard Service)Combined postage for other items availablePayPal only- items will ONLY be posted to registered PayPal address givenPayment to be made within 2 days of auction ending, or item will be relisted. Non-paying bidders will be blocked.Please ask if you have any questions. Music RecordsFrom classical music to rock and roll, music records dominated the recorded music scene for decades and remain popular even post-production. The famous American inventor, Thomas Edison (who developed the first electric light bulb), was responsible for the first recording of sound on a flat disk, using paraffin coated paper and later moving on to a rotating drum covered with tin foil, both running under a stylus. Edison discovered that by shouting into a microphone he could get the stylus to translate the vibrations into a faint impression of his voice, which could be played back. The first known disk recording was Edison reciting Mary had a little lamb in 1877.From the late 19th Century, the manufacturing process went through many periods of change. Originally made from hard rubber, music records began to be produced from shellac in the 1890s and this practice remained popular until the 50s when vinyl was introduced.By 1910, the 10-inch music disk was fast gaining popularity, holding about 3 minutes of recorded music on each side.
Families kept music albums similar to modern photo albums, bound in decorated card or leather, with paper sleeves in which to store their records safely, because surface scratches impact sound quality. CollectibleToday, the vinyl record is almost obsolete in terms of production and has been superseded by the compact disk - but remains a popular choice with collectors and music enthusiasts.