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by Richard Osborne

eBook Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record (Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series) ePub
Author: Richard Osborne
Language: English
ISBN: 1409440273
ISBN13: 978-1409440277
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 19, 2012)
Pages: 224
Category: Music
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 735
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ePub file: 1382 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record is the first in-depth study of the vinyl record. A Yankee Book Peddler US Core Title for 2013Special Mention, 2013 IASPM Book Prize.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Richard Osborne traces the evolution of the recording format from its roots in the first sound recording experiments to its survival in the world of digital technologies. this book is actually one of the best and most engaging books on phonography and/or recording formats in recent years.

Richard Osborne traces the evolution of the recording format from its .

Richard Osborne traces the evolution of the recording format from its roots in the first sound recording experiments to its survival in the world of digital technologies. This book addresses the record's relationship with music: the analogue record was shaped by, and helped to shape, the music of the twentieth century. Why are vinyl records still being produced? This book explores its subject using a distinctive approach: the author takes the vinyl record apart and historicizes its construction.

Ashgate Popular and Folk Music. Richard Osborne is the programme leader for the popular music degrees at Middlesex University. It also looks at the cult of vinyl records. He has published work on the themes of music technology, minstrelsy, alarms, Indian film and The Fall.

Richard Osborne is the programme leader for the popular music degrees at Middlesex University.

Osborne's book proves a fascinating and essential read, and an elegant one at that.

Series: Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. The series focuses on popular musics of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is designed to embrace the world’s popular musics from Acid Jazz to Zydeco, whether high tech or low tech, commercial or non-commercial, contemporary or traditional. Indeed, the format’s. 4. Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record.

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Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record (Unknown Binding). Published December 1st 2012 by Ashgate Publishing. Unknown Binding, 224 pages. Author(s): Richard Osborne. ISBN: 1409440281 (ISBN13: 9781409440284).

series Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. It also looks at the cult of vinyl records

series Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. Why are users so passionate about this format? Why has it become the subject of artworks and advertisements? Why are vinyl records still being produced? This book explores its subject using a distinctive approach: the author takes the vinyl record apart and historicizes its construction.

the Analogue Record Richard Osborne Farnham, UK: Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series, 2012 ISBN: 978-1-4094-4027-7 (HB) RRP: £5. 0 (HB). Whelan, Andrew (2014) Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record

Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record Richard Osborne Farnham, UK: Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series, 2012 ISBN: 978-1-4094-4027-7 (HB) RRP: £5. Whelan, Andrew (2014) Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record. In: IASPM Journal: International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 135-136.

item 1 Ashgate popular and folk music series: Vinyl: a history of the analogue record -Ashgate popular and . This book traces the evolution of the recording format from its roots in the first sound recording experiments, to its survival in the world of digital technologies.

item 1 Ashgate popular and folk music series: Vinyl: a history of the analogue record -Ashgate popular and folk music series: Vinyl: a history of the analogue record. Each chapter explores a different element: the groove, the disc shape, the label, vinyl itself, the album, the single, the b-side and the 12 single, the sleeve.

Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record is the first in-depth study of the vinyl record. Richard Osborne traces the evolution of the recording format from its roots in the first sound recording experiments to its survival in the world of digital technologies. This book addresses the record's relationship with music: the analogue record was shaped by, and helped to shape, the music of the twentieth century. It also looks at the cult of vinyl records. Why are users so passionate about this format? Why has it become the subject of artworks and advertisements? Why are vinyl records still being produced? This book explores its subject using a distinctive approach: the author takes the vinyl record apart and historicizes its construction. Each chapter explores a different element: the groove, the disc shape, the label, vinyl itself, the album, the single, the b-side and the 12" single, and the sleeve. By anatomizing vinyl in this manner, the author shines new light on its impact and appeal.
Dori
Excellent
Dagdarad
This is an extraordinary history of vinyl records; it's a must read for any true enthusiast who wants to understand how the history of vinyl intersects with its staying power in contemporary culture. The author breaks down the history of the record through its different formats. By doing so, he examines the dynamics of what makes vinyl so different from any other way we listen to music today. In doing so, he explains how vinyl records have helped define the conceptual meaning of music (i.e. the concept of the album and the single as we know it today.
Bladebringer
This guy has no taste. Much better: Vinyl Junkies: Adventures in Record Collecting
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