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Where to get the rarest digital vinyl

Thousands of recordings – many on 78rpm discs – that had been consigned to memory in the revisionism of the digital age have gained a new life, thanks to the tireless efforts of one man.

As the digital music movement started in earnest, Cliff Bolling began digitizing his records, and posted a list of the first 1,500 songs he had digitized so other collectors could take a look, later on he decided to upload MP3s of every song on the list so that he could access them from anywhere, and others could find them.
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