“I vaguely remember. I’m not exactly sure which was the very first one, but very near the beginning was the Beatles’ second album.
I really grew up with that whole album format.
Before albums, there were singles, and I’m old enough to remember a time when there were no LPs yet. When the LP first came out, it was quite a phenomenon. And when stereo first came out – Oh boy!”
Todd Rundgren and his band – bassist Kasim Sulton, drummer Prairie Prince and guitarist Jesse Gress – play a homecoming show of sorts at 8pm Tuesday at the Bearsville Theater in Woodstock in the support of the new album, “Todd Rundgren’s Johnson,” a tribute to blues legend Robert Johnson. Sean Schenker and Jason Sarubbi (both of the Trapps) will the show. Reserved seats are sold out; general admission tickets are $40.