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Create Your Own Vinyl Record Label

Here's a fun one from LibrarianInBlack: The Vinyl Record Generator. Create a record with any text you choose for the artist, song title, and producer. You even get to choose between a 78 and a 45 - for those that still know the difference.

You could have some fun with this. I'm filing it away in my National Library Week ideas folder.

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For those who do remember the difference - it's 78 and 45. I don't have any 78's but I still lots of 45's.

Oops - yes, of course it's 78 and 45. Thanks for catching my typo.

Every Christmas my husband still pines after his Robert Goulet's Wonderful World of Christmas 78 album that he had when we was a kid. Maybe this year I'll find it for him on cd.

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