From the invention of the phonograph in 1877 - thanks, Thomas Edison! - to the gramophone that gave the Grammy Awards their name, the way we listen to music has changed so dramatically.
Vinyl LPs came along in 1948 and remain a favorite of many today. 8-track tapes were invented in 1963. They do not enjoy the same level of appreciation today, outside of sheer nostalgia.
The first-generation iPod in 2001 was a game changer, and brought about the era of ubiquitous headphones we love today.
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