Victrola Favorites book and CD

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I just bought a copy of Victrola Favorites: Artifacts from Bygone Days, a lovely two-CD compilation of old wax and vinyl recordings from the 1920s-1950s. The collection is exquisitely packaged by Dust-to-Digital in a clothbound, full-color book of beautiful record label artwork, archival photographs, listening instructions, postcards, and all sorts of old timey music ephemera. The music on the CDs is a delightful and eclectic trip around the world: Persian folk, American jazz, Delta blues, Chinese opera, Korean flutes, Japanese bamboo xylophones, Burmese electric guitar, and a slew of other enchanting genres. Victrola Favorites is not one of those CD purchases that's ripped and then relegated to the storage box in your garage. It's an exquisite objet d'art more suited for the coffee table than for the iPod. I only wish I had the opportunity to hear these recordings on the media they were made for. Link to buy Victrola Favorites, Link to Dust-to-Digital's Victrola Favorites page