Sorry for you loss. I lost my Dad a few years back, he was about the same age. I have his old records, music strikes so many memories..... I still recall him turning up the stereo and singing along with 'King of the Road" on hot summer days with the house doors and windows wide open.....
So for the last week I have been messing around trying to get my new Nagaoka MP-200H cartridge working right. On some albums it sounds fantastic on others it won’t track right. I checked the alignment with a protractor numerous times, tried different tracking forces within the recommended range, all to no good answer. Today I decided to return it. It must not be compatible with my tone arm or something like that. I’m bummed? I am going back to the Sumiko Olympia which tracks like a champ and sounds almost as good at the Nagaoka on albums it could track. Maybe I will upgrade the stylus to the Moonstone which is compatible with the Sumiko Olympia body.
The Dark Side of the Moon cover art created intrigue when the album landed in record stores in March 1973. At the time, Pink Floyd was on the cusp of becoming a mainstream success with a growing fan base. The cover, depicting white light passing through a prism to form the bright colors of the spectrum against a stunning black field, invited listeners to explore the music inside.
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