Listen to the sounds of time Passing by and spinning round Loudly then soft a gain Melodic essence abound
"What goes around comes around, but it never ends up in the same place- you ever notice that? Like a record on a turn-table, all it takes is one groove's difference and the universe can be on into a whole 'nother song." ~Thomas Pynchon
Vinyl record player history dates back to 1877, when Thomas Edison announced his invention of a device that would record and replay sound. The phonograph, as it was called, functioned by inscribing and retrieving audio information on a sheet of heavy tin foil wrapped around a cardboard cylinder. Three years later, Alexander Graham Bell improved that technology with the development of the graphophone, a device that retained Edison's cylinder but used wax instead of tin foil as the recording medium. Both devices were marketed in the late 1800s often as office dictation machines or as coin-operated record players stationed in public arcades.
Spin was originally photographed at The American Jazz Museum in Kansas City, Missouri summer 2016.
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