Music with Gramaphone records

@yugasini (12836)
Anantapur, India
August 13, 2009 2:05pm CST
hi mylot friends,have you ever known that in olden days means up to 1980,music will be available in gramophone records also,in my notice there are two companies one His Master Voice company records and another is Columbia company records,after that new small records and long play records are in the market now compact discs are out of scene latest is DVDs,next will be memory sticks
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@PeacefulWmn9 (10424)
• United States
13 Aug 09
Hi Yugasini...these are the kind of records I grew up on. I had collected many of the LP albums, and single 45s for many years, and then it became hard to find a turn table stereo on which to play them. It would be nice to see them make a comeback. The CDs are also nice, though, but I've not yet seen the memory sticks. Karen
@yugasini (12836)
• Anantapur, India
14 Aug 09
hi karen, thanks for the response,it is not memory stick it is memory chip,by this time,you might know about memory chip,we can store lot of things in 1 gb memory chip,have a nice day
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• United States
15 Aug 09
Yes, I am familiar with memory chips. Amazing how much fits on such a tiny thing!
@tuyakiki (3017)
• India
14 Aug 09
A gramophone reminds me of many things from the past.... I have seen my grand father dozing off at noon,while listening to some old records. Those are specially some old songs by S.D Burman and R.D. Burman.But now we don't have those records with us as they were destroyed and the gramophone is also not working.. I don't listen to a gramophone now but I do like those old songs.Its better to opt for the CD's and DVD's,they are more easily available.
@yugasini (12836)
• Anantapur, India
14 Aug 09
hi tuyakiki, thanks for the response, you are right and you have have seen the gramophone records also,so you like S D Burman and R D Burman songs,have you seen "Thisree Manzil" movie and songs are very very hit,try for them,have a nice day
@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
14 Aug 09
hello yugasini, isnt it that gramaphone records started in the 1950's? isnt it that when you think of those olden days (well am not sure if you were already born during that time. i wasnt yet. ) you see the evolution. how lucky we are to have known all these things. ann
@yugasini (12836)
• Anantapur, India
14 Aug 09
hi ann, thanks for the comment,so you have also might know about the gramophone records,have a nice day