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by Lynn F Medley March. 24, 2019 435 views

What a memorable night it was listening to family and friends playing music one fall evening!

“Music is the art which is most nigh to tears and memory.”Oscar Wilde.

Have you ever heard a particular song come on the radio and a flood of memories pop up in your mind? I certainly have and still find it difficult to part with a few of my vinyl albums from the past. I would read, look and touch my album covers over and over again. There is a lot of good in the digital world ( this blog being one😊) but there is sadness too for the lack of a connection you don’t get with digital.



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Jay Boggess 1 year, 8 months ago

Love these creative images!
 Music is my first love......always has been, always will be......

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Lynn F Medley Replied to Jay Boggess 1 year, 8 months ago

Thank you! Same here 😊

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Jay Boggess Replied to Lynn F Medley 1 year, 8 months ago

My pleasure!smile+1

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Bob Rosenberg 1 year, 8 months ago

One of the things that modern times and the digital world has given us is "RAP".  I'm sure I don't have to whine about this here.  smile

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Lynn F Medley Replied to Bob Rosenberg 1 year, 8 months ago

😄

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Sylvia Warren 1 year, 8 months ago

I refuse to part with my vinyl even though I no longer have a way to play them! I spent so many hours playing and singing along with my old 45s. My boyfriend replaced all his with CDs, mostly for the portability - can't play a record in the car, you know. He bought an iPod several years ago but because the depreciation in sound quality, he still prefers CDS. It's so hard to find rental cars now that come with CD players - music is often the soundtrack to our road trips, which often lead to my photographic endeavors. 

I also agree that digital world can separate us from the tangible. I tell people, who only have photos on their phones, the value of printing. There are many inexpensive options and many apps that make it easy to create a printed photo album of their digital prints. I think they don't realize the value those printed images will have in the future. Where would we be without the hieroglyphs,pictographs, paintings, etc. of the past?

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Lynn F Medley Replied to Sylvia Warren 1 year, 8 months ago

Enjoyed your comment, I watched a movie on Netflix called Kodachrome starring Ed Harris, about a dying man, a photographer that wanted to travel to the last lab that would make slides from film ever,, not for children to watch, but liked the discussion about the very thing you mentioned without prints etc,, there won’t be anything for the future generations to hold ,, 🙁

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Russell Smith 1 year, 8 months ago

Ironically Vinyl is making a comeback . I know my daughter has gotten a record player and some vinyls . She enjoys the sound out of them :). This is a nice series

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Lynn F Medley Replied to Russell Smith 1 year, 8 months ago

I have seen that! That is neat about your daughter enjoying her albums 😊 and thank you!

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