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A Flashback to the Days of Vinyl Focus of “First Class Business”

Looking for that impossible to find original version of The Beatles’ “Revolver” album? Can’t seem to land Carl Douglas’ immortal “Kung Fu Fighting” on 45 RPM? If you’ve been on a quest for a hard to find recording, you’d be wise to listen to this month’s “First Class Business” segment of Jack Heath’s “New Hampshire Today” show on WTPL 107.7 FM on Wednesday, February 3rd at 4 p.m.

vinyl-recordThis month’s “First Class Business” is Manchester-based Music Connection, a music store which harkens back to the day when vinyl was king. Owner Richard Gesner has spent the past 22 years helping customers locate vinyl records from great artists from the past and present though his store also features CDs and cassettes.

“The Music Connection is a step back in time where all of your old favorites can be heard in the background while you shop,” said Heath. “If you miss the purity of a vinyl recording or have a burning question about a release that you’ve never quite been able to find, this show will be a great one for you.”

 “First Class Business” appears on a monthly basis as part of the “New Hampshire Today” program that runs from 3-5 p.m. Monday through Friday on “The Pulse.” “New Hampshire Today” host Jack Heath and New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development Commissioner George Bald share good news about innovative new products created by New Hampshire companies, community service projects undertaken by local businesses and firms that are thriving despite a tough economic climate.

To listen live, tune in to WTPL 107.7 on Wednesday, February 3rd at 4 p.m. or visit WTPL online at www.wtplfm.com.

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