This print is available as a blank card here.
We bought a Crosley phonograph this winter and it is now being used almost everyday. I has been interesting to see the youngest children 7-12 years old really take to it. It isn't like they couldn't find music on line or just stored in iTunes but they for some reason don't access music that way but they are now spinning records. One of their current favorites is a Nancy Sinatra titled "Nancy in London" which includes the Dusty Springfield song, "Wishen and Hopen" a song they now know by heart.
It is intersting to see technology that I grew up with that had for a time became obsolete now be in the process of being rediscovered by a whole new generation. Also it is interesting to me how we crave a touchable, physical object we can understand. We need to feel the weight of a record in our hand which some how makes the music seem more real. A digital file just doesn't have physical heft. Their is no cardboard sleeve to get dog eared. The children know that the soul still needs a body.