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2d Photograph - Seeburg Select-o-matic Jukebox by Brian Wallace

Seeburg Select-o-matic Jukebox is a photograph by Brian Wallace which was uploaded on May 7th, 2014.

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Thanks Jenn Pointer, for featuring my work in the group, https://fineartamerica.com/groups/funky-greeting-cards-etc.html

Thanks Pamela, for featuring my work in the group, https://fineartamerica.com/groups/abc-group--v-is-for-vintage.html

Thanks for the fave Kym.

Thanks for the fave Pablo!

Congratulations on your sale!!! Muchas felicitaciones por tu venta, Brian!!

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Pablo!

Wonderful and congratulation on sale announcement.

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Nandika!

Congrats on your recent sale (smile)

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Owlspook!

Congrats Brian!

Brian Wallace replied:

Thank you Skip!

Congrats on your sale.

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Thank you Michael!

Great!

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks Stefania! I'm extra pleased because the other day a small print of this image was purchased. :)

Thanks Sylvia, for featuring my image in the group, http://fineartamerica.com/groups/3-a-day-greeting-cards-for-all-occasions.html

I guess the era of cherry cokes and root-beer floats, are a thing of the past, it never lasts. A nickel in the jukebox would play your favorite tune, Elvis would croon, the girls would swoon. You'd go to the Drive-In, see a "B" movie, hope for some lovin, it was all groovy. The family would have dinner and watch TV together, it was a connection that inevitably would sever. Dad's favorite chair, Mom cut your hair, we had no idea we could never go back there. Homework was a bore, but you still had the chore, of cleaning your room before you could groom and zoom out of the door even though you were poor. Cruising for chicks because you had no date, explaining later why you were out so late. You needed money to burn and it had to be earned, that was a concern, and a lesson to learn. At the time, you thought you were having it rough, but now we see it wasn't so tough. If we knew then what we know now, we'd surely make it last longer some how. ~Brian Wallace

Great vintage find, Brian, great capture! v/l

Brian Wallace replied:

Thanks for the comment, fave, and like Sandi. I bought this Jukebox many years ago and restored it.

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