black disc

black disc

n
(Music, other) a conventional black vinyl gramophone record as opposed to a compact disc
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"We were walking down the driveway to the house when I looked up and saw a black disc - it was pretty large in size.
SEATTLE -- The FBI is helping investigate an attack by several suspected white supremacists on a black disc jockey at a tavern in Washington state over the weekend, authorities said Monday.
Starting just after noon and ending in the evening, the midpoint of the transit happens at about 4pm, with Mercury appearing as a small black disc.
Most dispatches described features that were centrally located, although in some instances they were offset towards the edge of the planet's tiny black disc.
Hassan said the transition will last several hours when the small black disc of Venus will travel slowly across the face of the Sun.
Some 170 or so feet later the black disc came to a rest ...
Ex-Viper netminder Andrew Verner had left his goal to intercept the puck but was left stranded by the bounce which sent the black disc into the slot where the unmarked Kralj took the easiest of opportunities to score.
While a lot of people don't really think of the format in terms other than "the stuff we put in the attic once we got a CD player" there has always been a hard core of vinyl obsessives keeping the big black disc alive during the slump of the '80s and '90s.
Blayton hired black disc jockeys, including the legendary Jack Gibson--better known as "Jack the Rapper"--to develop programming with "Negro appeal," accentuated by a liberal dose of R&B music.
John Lewis has a small pink and black disc fascinator with large poppy and feather spray, pounds 125, and a loopy feather fascinator, pounds 25, which is available in a variety of colours.
In the late 1950s rock 'n' roll swept into the market and Ford thought it would be a good idea to counter-program with "good music." He hired the market's only black disc jockey, Spider Burks, to do his jazz show from 1:30-3 p.m.
Appearing as a black disc 30 times smaller than the sun's diameter, it slowly moved from left to right for about six hours.