Oakland Museum Exhibit on Sound and Culture of Records

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The thread starts: Just spotted this -- the Oakland Museum of California is presenting an exhibit on Vinyl: The Sound and Culture of Records. It opens on Record Store Day and continues to July 27. According to the museum website, "Explore the social and cultural phenomenon of listening to, collecting, and sharing records in Vinyl: The Sound and Culture of Records. Delve into a uniquely Californian take on this popular medium with experiences ranging from individual and group listening stations to informal talks and live performances."

They will even show visitors "how to use a record player and how to DJ with instructional videos and record players!"

The museum in downtown Oakland is a real treasure and often stages amazing exhibits reflecting popular culture, as well as the Golden State's history. Learn more at: http://www.museumca.org/exhibit/vinyl

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