Pink Floyd's Atom Heart Mother is an album that runs forever; The drip-dripping of a kitchen tap at the end of the its last song, Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast, is cut into the run-off groove, making the record play indefinitely until the listener chooses removes the stylus from the vinyl, ending the song.
With the vinyl becoming a relic of past times, the run-on groove as we knew it was rendered obsolete and the effect was tragically lost on the CD. The joy of collecting and playing vinyl faded away in a culture that had no time for the kind of active, participatory listening that the record demands.
However, the End-September launch the Fiftysix® collection for Vacheron Constantin gave us the perfect opportunity to rekindle our passion and bring the joy of vinyl to a wonderfully classy location.
Hosted at the NCO's Club, the Fiftysix® collection pays tribute to the 1950’s, a time marked by easy to wear and elegantly designed watches, bringing back the best of the period while embracing the present time and modern expectations.
Few things can beat the warmth and clarity of listening to a record with a pair of headphones. With the resurgence in the popularity of records outstripping the growth of digital music in 2017, it seems as if present-day music lovers are unable to resist the call of the beauty of the physical artifact of music made manifest.
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