In the case of Olga Guillot, we have more than we need for a proper assessment of artistic stature, We have a musical career that spans more than 60 years, a discography that includes more than 60 long-playing records
, the prestige of having worked in 16 films, and the evidence of long-standing popularity attested to by the possession of ten gold records, the keys to more than 30 cities around the world, the honor of having one of her dresses on display at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of American History in Washington, DC, and a myriad of trophies and official recognitions awarded by governments and organizations from around the globe.
For the one in May 1981 Lawler brought seven photograms of long-playing records
, one of them the Supremes' "Where Did Our Love Go?
And, of course, I prefer my long-playing records
to my CDs.
Instead of nostalgia, perhaps it was uncanny foresight that led some people to keep their obsolete long-playing records
all these years.
Although appreciated for some time by a small number of connoisseurs and savants, the music of India, in general, and of the sitar, in particular, was introduced to millions of Westerners by way of long-playing records
on such labels as Capitol and World Pacific during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
SEPTEMBER 17: 1931 - Long-playing records
It was about that time that long-playing records
entered the market, along with high-fidelity record players.
Below, also a forerunner of the entertainment center, is a phonograph stand with rotating carousel base for storing 150 long-playing records
The collection includes books, magazines, and newspaper clippings of reviews and articles in various languages; long-playing records
and a record player; over 250 music scores by European classical composers; original compositions by famous Filipino composers dedicated to (and premiered by) Lozada; trophies and posters from around the world.
Prognosis: Don't start listening to any long-playing records
EUGENE - Amelia Hart has been attending the Eugene Record Convention as long as she can remember, usually with a set list of certain long-playing records
After the Second World War came the introduction of magnetic tape, quickly followed by the microgroove which made long-playing records