Vinyl’s back, Baby!
If you’re a child of the ‘60s, ‘70s or well before, you probably grew up listening to long-playing, vinyl music albums (LPs) and their smaller kin, the 45 rpm records. Even the hardcover slips that encased LPs were works of art with their enchanting, often outlandish, but always creative, images.
You may have thought them all doomed to the dustbin of music history.
But, vinyl lovers, you would be wrong.
An apparent vinyl resurgence has taken over the country, according to news reports. Even the city of Middletown can boast of a music store that specializes in “new and vintage LPs, compact discs, cassettes and 8-track tapes” and more…” So popular has the store become that it plans to expand to a larger location.*
There you’ll find Hoopla with its literally “hundreds of thousands of free movies, TV Shows, full music albums, audiobooks, eBooks, comic books and more…” including “Vinyl Me Please - 100 Albums You Need in Your Collection” and “Records Collecting Dust -- A Documentary Film About the Music and Records That Changed Our Lives.”
No library card? No problem! Sign up for your free card at any of our five locations:
Middletown, West Chester, Trenton, Monroe and Liberty Township (2nd floor, Liberty Center).
Then enjoy a day filled with the magic of music!