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Chopin By Starlight: The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra - I love the music of Chopin. This is one of the first LPs I remember from my parent's record cabinet. I was listening to it regularly before I even started 1st grade.

Chopin By Starlight: The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra - I was listening to this before I started to school. I remember trying to copy this drawing of Chopin on the back of the album.

Waveform Of Music: 12 inch record grooves shows the wave forms like you'd see in a studio recording screen. RESEARCH #DdO:) - MOST POPULAR RE-PINS in 7 days: https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/ddo-most-popular-re-pins/ - LOGIC, MATH & MUSIC. 9 April 1860- 17 years BEFORE Edison invented phonograph- Parisian typesetter Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville put voice of a singing woman etched on soot-blackened paper: The first recording. PHOTO: Themtapicture.

Tommy Dorsey Favorites- The Pied Pipers - I was listening to this LP before I started school. I thought this guy was so handsome and the lady looked like a woman who went to our chuch named Doris Brown.

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"The Classic Della" - Mama bought this LP when I was seven or eight. Della sings popular lyrics against classical music. I listened to this constantly when I was a little boy. A-hem, I did start early

I don't remember how or when I started liking Brenda Lee but Daddy gave me this LP for Christmas when I was in the second grade and I wore it out. This is a fine album from a fine artist. Owen Bradley knew what he was doing.

Jim Nabors Galveston Vinyl LP Record by SandyLeesAttic on Etsy, $4.95

Perry Comos 1961 Record Merry Christmas by JandDsAtticTreasures, $8.00