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If the album is in good condition (and keep in mind that some albums/genres/artists are more popular and would be worth more), it will probably be around $15-$20. Special editions, signed or rare albums will fetch higher dollar amounts, even up to several hundred dollars.
Rock and roll and R&B 45s with cardboard sleeves are worth at least $20, and many are worth more than $200. First edition albums are worth more than second, third or later editions. They are known as the “originals” that were purchased when the record first hit the charts.
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Elvis Presley – Can’t Help Falling in Love: up to $8,000 (£6,797) Elvis’ 1961 classic Can’t Help Falling in Love sold over a million copies in the U.S., AND standard 45 rpm singles cost ten a penny.
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Keeping all your photos well organized in a photo album is a plus of comfort and benefits for you and your memory. We just want to explain the different photo albums that exist and make a simple analysis of the options that exist in the market.
A digital photo album is a book where you can organize your best moments and memories physically or online, where you can put your heart in it and it can transport you to past moments just by immersing yourself in its pages.
You must choose the paper you want to use, the type of opening, the budget you want to invest in this treasure of memories, etc; and although all this seems very complicated it is not, we tell you the differences. Let’s go step by step.
The covers are a very important part of your album; it is the wrapping to a world of photos and memories. The cover is the first thing we are going to see before opening the album, you have to take into account what images you are going to use, what title and what material. You can choose between two types of covers, one more rigid and the other softer and padded.
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The sound of a record is reproduced by a turntable (usually connected to an amplifier), which allows to use records of different diameters and to choose the rotation speed by means of a selector.
As of 2012, the most expensive 45 RPM single vinyl in the world is a record with the track Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) recorded by Frank Wilson in 1965 (of which only two copies were pressed), which was purchased for £20,000. The most expensive LP is Yesterday and Today by The Beatles in the “Butcher Cover”, which can fetch up to $45,000, although on average it has a maximum value of about 20,000. The most expensive vinyl record has also been produced by The Beatles on vinyl.
Vinyl records have also been produced with different diameters, such as 16-inch records used in the radio sector; and with different rotational speeds, such as 16.6 rpm for longer life, though at the cost of fidelity. 16 rpm records were produced mainly in the 1950s and 1960s, primarily in the United States to record audiobooks. The dimensions of a 16 rpm LP, recognizable by the acronym LLP, are the same as a 33 rpm LP (12 or 10 inches) and the playing time is approximately 60 minutes per side.
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In the vinyl recording process, the acetate is the reference disc used during the production of a record (e.g., an LP). The acetate disc is used to determine how a certain recording is transferred to a record. Listening to the acetate provides a reference and allows various changes to the final recording, such as changing the overall volume or adjusting the bass and treble, to ensure that the transfer on the recording will be ideal before creating the master disc (Test Pressing).
The “Album” concept was born with 78 rpm records, where each album contained different sleeves, one for each record. Later this term was used with LP’s when they were replacing the 78 rpm records.
It is a piece of music that has been included in specific editions or reissues of an album or work. It is usually done for promotional reasons, as an incentive for customers to purchase albums they would not otherwise buy or to repurchase albums they already own. As opposed to hidden tracks, bonus tracks are included in the track listing.