Saturday, September 8, 2007

PHOTOHUNTERS: Music

Our theme for this week at Photohunt is MUSIC. Here are my entries:

This is my late granpa's 1940's Magic Voice Radio. My brother is keeping this at his gallery as a souvenir from our grandpa. Look how sleek the design is hehehe.


This one is a Radio Phonograph with 78 rpm. It is popular also in the 1940's.

I know all of us are enjoying our i-pods nowadays but it always nice to see what our parents and grandparents use to listen to music back then.

Have a great weekend everyone and Happy Photo Hunting!!

I have a different entry at my OTHER BLOG, hope you can take a peek there.
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20 comments:

  1. Nice photos,Te! Great entries for the hunt:)

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  2. Thanks for sharing these memories from my early childhood. I still have some 78rpm disks. But my old Garrard is broken.

    Greetings from:
    http://toraamusic.blogspot.com/

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  3. great collection! I havent seen disks like this for ages:)

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  4. i still have memories of these but unfortunately i didnt keep these :(

    great entry for the hunt. i will now go to yr other blog :)

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  5. wonderful photos - and wonderful motifs too. Perfect for the theme!! :)

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  6. uy, vintage.. this is nice, jen.

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  7. Your photographs took me back to the music of my youth. I wasn't born until the 1950s but the 1940s equipment looks like what we had at home when I was a child. I still like to listen to old albums. Great images for the music theme.

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  8. Those are pretty cool. Vintage stuff has such a different look to it than what's available now. Thanks for stopping by.

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  9. Nice old stereo & records. We used to have one. I don't know what happen to it.

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  10. What great memorialbilia (however it's spelled.) How technology has changed in the last 50 years. Great photos and have a good weekend.

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  11. wow - oh so beautiful. i can tell you are a natural born artist.

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  12. those are really valuable things you have there! keep them in good shape, ok? You have a little gold mine!

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  13. Very cool photos! Brings back lots of memories of records. Last Christmas the kids and I got a framed LP of Frank Sinatra's on the turquoise label for my hubby that will still work, but we don't have a player. He's got a lot of Frank CDs.
    Photo Hunters

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  14. Yes, good memories for me here! Great entry!

    Come see mine.

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  15. Wow..what a collection! It's precious!

    Cheers...
    Trinity

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  16. Hi jen, ang cool naman nito. i love vintage items!

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