The Rise and Fall…and Rise…of the LP

Music aficionados may have noticed how the LP record has been making a comeback in recent years. While record stores are virtually extinct — except for those independent stores specializing in used vinyl — evidence is perhaps most easily found in the music department of any equally-endangered Barnes & Noble or FYE store. B&N has, for several years, been clearing out rows of CD shelves to make room for pressings of both…

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Garry Berman

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Pop Culture historian, Freelance Writer, Author, specializing in American comedy history in films, radio, and TV. Beatles and jazz enthusiast, animal lover.

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