- n. Plural form of 78.
“I have one other disk of his stuff, but most of his vast catalog of 78s is lost to history.”
“It was a 78; they had things called 78s in those days, which were the equivalent of singles today.”
“It's like saying that some 50's singer has sold more "78s" than anyone today.”
“CK: Producer, writer, and primarily engineer, working with the old 78s to begin with.”
“I basically have been collecting old 78s since before high school, and I get somewhat obsessed with various topics such as disaster songs, or in this case, war songs, and I try to find the best copies of everything and put them in my collection.”
“Although 12-inch LPs make up the bulk of the collection, there are also ample amounts of 78s and CDs.”
“Mahler's piano rolls, Rachmaninoff's 78s, studio tapes from the 1960s — they're all here and now.”
“I started with a box set called Goodbye Babylon, which are digitally re-mastered gospel songs from the original 78s, then we moved on to the Alan Lomax collection.”
“Mom occasionally played 78s and LPs of Brahms Requiem on Good Friday or Broadway musicals to which I would help clean house.”
“Some vintage-themed nights seem to be content with soundtracking their soirees with a few Andrews Sisters MP3s before doing their best to convince everyone that the cutesy close harmonising seeping out of the PA is actually coming from one of their grandma's prized 78s.”
Looking for tweets for 78s.