Carly Plank grew up listening to her dad’s record collection from the seventies and eighties. She says the songs became tied to many of her childhood memories. “In Maximum Fidelity I wanted to examine the reasons why the closing of a local record store made me feel so deeply saddened. One reason was that, in an era when the music industry is becoming increasingly digitalized, I would no longer be able to buy vintage CDs and LPs at my favorite record store. The closing also reminded me of the rapid changes occurring in my own life and in my family’s life that I had little control over. But I sensed something I was not exploring that needed to be revealed. I was sad because music unites people, and I am still searching for a way to connect with the world. I explored my own experiences, Mario’s journey, and my father’s insights in order to comment on the lasting personal implications of the closing of Beat Goes On.” Read Carly Plank’s story on... More > page 40.
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