I do. My dad gave me the player as a house warming gift. I have Elvis, Johnny Cash, Willie and Waylon, Johnny Horton, Don Gibson, Hank Williams, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry and some more I'll think of later.
I still have 150 - 200 stashed away and have a Pioneer PL -15 turntable hooked up , just never seem to play any albums any more , what sounded awesome in 1977 just doesn't come through the way it did then, now that I'm digitally spoiled.
Someone came in the shop my SIL works in and need work for a trade out.....he got an old, old Victrola wind up phonograph. The thing is big as a washing machine. It works too. Beautiful cabinet. Sound is not great...but its probably like it was supposed to be. I'll bet its a hundred years old.
My dad has a nice collection of vinyl. Three or four milk creates full of stuff from the late 60's through the 80's. Good stuff too IMO. I like the way records sound if they're still in good shape. There is something about the way records sound that is appealing to me. I've heard it described as a "warmer" sound. That's as good a description as any I suppose. CD's have good clarity, but it lacks something, they're too "digital." All of my music is on CD. I sold all of my cassettes and have never regretted it. I would rather listen to records than cassette tapes.
I still have several albums and a turntable but don't anything to plug it up to now. Someday I'm going to buy one of those boxes from Radio Shack so I can connect it to the computer and put them on the hard drive.
We have quite a stack of LP's, but our stereo doesn't want to drop the records like it should. I have been searching for a new "Automatic turntable" but they are very scarce! I am about ready to take it in to a shop in town and have them try to get it going again. Vinyl records do have a better sound to them than tapes or CD's in my opinion.
I have a lot of albums from the 60s and 70s, here in the house. My old Pioneer system is out in the barn, with only the reciever hooked up. I think I'll move the records out there and connect the turntable, and give them a listen sometime. Should bring back some good memories.
It may just be me, but I've always thought vinyl produced a quality you still don't hear today on the more modern devices.