Table of Contents

 

 

 

Factolas

 

Talking Machine '-ola' Brands

 

The 'Phon' & 'Graph' Brands

 

Dictionary of Phonographia

 

On this Day PhonoCalendar

 

Recording and Album Cover Factolas

 

Phonograph Advertising Factolas

 

PhonoLyrics

 

Friends of the Phonograph Birthdays

 

Phonographia RPM Birthdays & Unbirthdays

 

Phonographia Red Letter Days

 

About this Site

 

Disclaimers

 

 

 

 

PhonoArt in Collections & Museums

 

Nipper Art

 

Phonograph Postcards

 

Phonograph Posters

 

PhonoArt by PhonoFriends

 

i-Phonograph Logos

 

Phonograph ClipArt

 

Phonograph Sheet Music

 

PhonoToons

 

PhonoFood

 

PhonoDrinks

 

Phono Valentine Cards

 

Vogue Picture Discs

 

PhonoLithos

 

Phonographs in Other Ads

 

PhonoBooks

 

 

 

Friends of the Phonograph

 

Memories of the Phonograph by Friends of the Phonograph

 

Top Five Lists by Friends of the Phonograph

 

Favorite LP Albums

 

Favorite Songs

 

Favorite Movies

 

Friends of the Phonograph Go GREEN

 

 

 

 

The Axel and Betty Boilesen Legacy Exhibit

About this Collection

 

The Exhibit

 

Axel's Phonograph Story

 

Betty's Phonograph Story

 

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous PhonoLinks

Uncategorized Phonographia connections pre-2018

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Phonograph connections in history and popular culture

Phonograph related images - in advertisements and photographs, on the intranet, etc. (2)

Phonograph related phrases - heard in sayings such as "sounds like a broken record", "in the groove", and "record album".

Phonograph related experiences - stories related to growing up with recorded sound, listening to vinyl records played by phonographs, etc. (3)

Phonograph related facts called Factolas - facts related to the phonograph and recorded sound

 

(1) Stollwerk phonograph and records courtesy of EMI Archive Trust

(2) When Steve Wozniak was seen in the 2015 Cadillac "Dare Greatly" television commercial he was on a couch listening to a "vinyl" record surrounded by record albums.

 

(3) Singer-songwriter Neil Young observed in a CNN 2012 interview, that "Steve Jobs was a pioneer of digital music, but when he went home, he listened to vinyl."