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Hot Tamale celebrates ‘Veteran Hearts’ at Blue Tavern

Hot Tamale (Adrian Fogelin and Craig Reeder) will hold a CD release party at the Blue Tavern on Nov. 6 for their

I bear in mind when albums have been vinyl and got here in shiny cardboard jackets, a dozen or so songs rigorously ordered to create a complete, Meet the Beatles! 

The vinyl spun and the needle dropped.

Vinyl died, changed by a skinny ribbon of plastic in a cassette you can carry in your pocket, or retailer in your glove compartment. Smaller, extra handy than an LP, however the broad canvas of that cardboard jacket was gone.

Cassettes gave strategy to CDs — everybody had a CD participant of their automobile. CDs obtained low-cost to burn, low-cost to mass produce, and novice musicians like us may promote them at our gigs and decide up a bit of money, just a few listening ears.

Now the CD goes dinosaur and because it vanishes one thing else goes extinct. 

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