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The earliest is a 78rpm single of Here In My Heart by Al Martino, which topped the first chart based on record sales only.
On 1972's self titled debut album the cowboy is seen trying to figure out how a new fangled 78rpm record player works and on follow up album Bustin' Out he is pictured being slung out of a saloon.
He also has a 78rpm record of an interview and rendition of their signature Cuckoo Song which he says is "absolutely brilliant."
The book opens in 1952 when the New Musical Express issued its first record chart, the vinyl 45rpm single replaced the old 'Shellac' 78rpm records and at the same time, the Dansette Record player made its first appearance.
This belt-driven turntable can be played at speeds of 33, 45 and 78rpm and has a handsome build quality.
With vinyl albums priced PS2, 12" singles PS1, 7" singles 50p, CDs 50p and 78rpm records 50p, there are bargains to be had.
Once again, there will be a chance to see 'real' record-making courtesy of the Lathe Revival project - a fascinating return to analogue recording/disc-cutting on a genuine 1930s machine, capturing some of the Cantina artists live and directing the output onto a 78rpm field recording unit.
Among the highlights here are the abridged premiere recording (1916) of the Violin Concerto, slashed down to fit on to four 78rpm sides.
He began playing piano aged five and discovered rhythm and blues at age thirteen when he heard a 78rpm of Pete Johnson and Albert Ammons performing 'Boogie Woogie Man'.
His prized possession is a very rare 1942, 950 Wurlitzer that plays 24 discs at 78rpm. "I have jukeboxes from 1936 -- 1983 all in working order, its a weakness of mine that I've had since a small child when I didn't even have coins to be able to listen to them," reminisces Antonis.
Sir Charles Santley: A Victorian Celebrity features an array of personal items held by the Liverpool Record Office, including letters, photographs, concert programmes, one of the earliest 78rpm vinyl recordings - and even Santley's beloved pipe, still containing tobacco!
The 78rpm 10-inch was made before John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr broke into the big time with EMI in late 1962 and went on to be one of the most famous bands in the world.