Frank and Ernest by Thaves for February 06, 2019

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    skeeterhawk  over 4 years ago

    So that’s where that cliche came from. Fits.

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    InTraining  over 4 years ago

    They are about to learn what a scratched record sounds like… !

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    the lost wizard  over 4 years ago

    What goes around comes back around.

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    The Brooklyn Accent  over 4 years ago

    What a revolutionary concept!

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    waltermgm  over 4 years ago

    And you could appreciate the artwork on the album covers, and frequently there were lyrics and liner notes.

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    Stocky One  over 4 years ago

    What a great disc-overy!

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    mattro65  over 4 years ago

    My father sure didn’t listen to groovy music on our record player, but (I guess) I did. Your ears are analog, records are analog and CDs etc are digital. Phonograph sound is the best but you have to spend a lot to be able to tell the difference.

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    PO' DAWG  over 4 years ago

    Teach those kids how to handle a record properly.

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    JanBic Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Vinyl is back. Every group now releases on vinyl records again recognizing the superior range and warmth of the medium. Two years ago I purchased a new direct drive, magnetic cartridge turntable better than any I had had as a youth. One difference. This one also has a usb output for digitizing my LPs!

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    RonaldDad Premium Member over 4 years ago

    In the groove, coined by a dj about the needle in the record, became groovy. In the groove meant good music, or just anything good. It isn’t irony.

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    ChessPirate  over 4 years ago

    Other sayings possibly referring to vinyl records: “Lay down some tracks”; “Spin some tunes”; “Like a broken record”; “The tables have turned”…

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    cwizard71  over 4 years ago

    I bet a bunch of kids reading this strip don’t get it. When I was a kid, vinyl was all there was. Well, that and 8-track cassettes.

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    dogday Premium Member over 4 years ago

    “….just kickin’ down the cobblestones. Look at the fun in feelin’ groooovy! Dadadada-dada-da da da da. Feelin’ grooooovy!” Happy summer song from Simon and Garfunkel. Used to sing it as I was walking home from the train station my first summer out of school.

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    wiatr  over 4 years ago

    That’s what I was listening to last night instead of the farce on TV.

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