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Friday, April 29, 2011

From 45's to Cassette Tape!!

Many month's ago a very sad thing occured...my car's CD player died!!!  It was my best friend as I drive quite a bit.  Until we have the money to replace it, I've gone back in time.  I dusted off my old cassettes and made some new ones.  I recently found one that brought me back into time.  I really enjoyed it and realized that I only have them on 45's.  We do have something that I can make 45's record onto CD's.  I better get to it.   I hope that you enjoy the flashback and the way us old folk used to listen to music.  For me, the Walkman was brand new technology...What was a CD?  I hope that you enjoy!!

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From 45 singles on a turntable

To cassette

To walkman

Or to car cassette deck player!!


Wanda's Wings said...

I remember them all. Sigh!

Mike Golch said...

CC,great set of tunes.I never had a Walkman.but I did have a cassett player.

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