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Kwame Owusu Ansah 31 Jan 19
Remember the old gramophone apaawa 😂 and audio cassettes. Do you still have one at home? RT for apaawa, Like for cassette. Watch full video and subscribe👉
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SITARA GALAXY 💫 Mar 12
of black and white era in cinema industry with old style record of nite nite bye till next day 🌟☔️🌷🌟☔️🌷🌟☔️🌷
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İBRAHIM ÇELIKKOL NORTH AMERICA 1 Apr 19
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Quince_3D Jul 26
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Regent Antiques May 28
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KansenClub | कानसेन क्लब Jun 4
Highly inspiring story of this ‘One-Man Army’ - ji has established the "Archive of Indian Music" (AIM) to preserve 15,000+ pre-radio era records...💐🙏
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#jazzbox Dec 10
"Jazz will endure just as long people hear it through their feet instead of their brains." - John Philip Sousa 🎷🎁
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Vojtěch Gybas 🇨🇿 Apr 27
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Harrisons Auction Centre Jan 29
Absolutely stunning vintage 1920s Eddison Bell Gramophone all in working order. You can also bid online with On Saturday when the auction is live.
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Quince_3D Jul 26
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Kelly Mills Mar 17
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Nii Adjetey Cleland 🇬🇭🇹🇿🇰🇪™ Apr 28
Replying to @Gramophone_Gh
chorus were marvelous and the conductor was just sterling. I couldn't hide my excitement after witnessing such an applaudable performance yesterday. Kudos to .
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Aaron Lee 4 Jan 19
Spent a fair bit of today working on something non-electronic. 1927 HMV model 157 The audio fidelity on some of these old restored gramophone units (which are at least 90 years old) is quite incredible. Here’s 🎶
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Kelly Mills Nov 3
Playing on the Ol' Banjo Prints Vintage Gramophone Prints These are Original watercolor Paintings by Kelly Mills available in PRINTS!
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the.boods 29 Jan 19
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Lin Nov 23
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Al Digit 5 Mar 19
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Fonthill Media Mar 6
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Anisha Nagpurkar🍁 Oct 16
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The Long Victorian Jun 3
His Master's Voice (1898) by Francis Barraud (1856-1924).
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