To Have and To Hold

I was thinking that in this immediate digital age, where things just fly by at great speed, it’s nice to hold on to something and take it in for a while, like a good book.

I was remembering getting certain albums on vinyl in my youth, and holding the cover by way of an introduction and an entrance into the music that nestled within. I’ll never forget buying the Sgt.Pepper’s album when it first came out, not only was the music pushing boundaries at the time, but the cover was so creative that holding and studying it made the whole experience more personal and tangible. Even holding the white album was unique!

Are we missing that now, I wonder. Thoughts?

MG

6 Responses to "To Have and To Hold"
  1. 27/07/2011 18:50

    Mick

    That’s cool Denim (I think!)
    Best,
    M

    • 19/12/2011 09:18

      Danice

      Shoot, so that’s that one suppoess.

    • 21/12/2011 04:37

      Deacon

      We need a lot more isngihts like this!

  2. 19/12/2011 09:57

    Margie

    Peerfct shot! Thanks for your post!

  3. 21/12/2011 00:51

    Melloney

    Whoa, thigns just got a whole lot easier.

  4. 29/12/2011 13:08

    Elliptical review

    Glad to read this blog! Keep it going!

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