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The Village Stompers albums are still in excellent condition, and sound great, but I am getting ahead of myself.
I started to realize that I had a growing personal interest in radio, music, and recorded sound in 1968 when I was eight years old.
Growing up in the 1960s, my maternal grandparents owned a 1948 RCA Victor model 77V1 AM radio-phonograph console.
The top of the cabinet was divided into two separate hinged sections.
When I realized that the great radio formatting I grew up with during the 1960s and 1970s was gone forever, I decided to document some of what that early listening experience, and the personal connection to radio was like for me.I would focus my gaze on the small red pilot lamp at the base of the console as the sounds drifted through the room.I have a photograph of this set, but need to un-earth it from the archives.My parents were members of the Columbia Record Club and received regular shipments of new music.I have since inherited all of those 12 inch vinyl LP ("long playing") gems, and believe they stood the test of time rather well.
In the late 1950s to mid 1960s, there was a major technology shift away from vacuum tubes to transistors, but I appreciate the design esthetics of both periods.