[Realistic CTR-72 Cassette Recorder]

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Creation: 1988

Jack Hurst was the first full-time music writer for The Tennessean, the first Nashville contributing editor for Country Music Magazine and originated the country music beats at the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Chicago Tribune. In 1981, the Maryville, Tennessee, native was the first recipient of the Country Music Association media achievement award. Hurst used recorders such as this one to record the interviews he conducted with musicians, often referring to them later for exact quotes from the artists.

Title

[Realistic CTR-72 Cassette Recorder]

Contributor

Date

Creation: 1988

Subject

Description

Jack Hurst was the first full-time music writer for The Tennessean, the first Nashville contributing editor for Country Music Magazine and originated the country music beats at the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Chicago Tribune. In 1981, the Maryville, Tennessee, native was the first recipient of the Country Music Association media achievement award. Hurst used recorders such as this one to record the interviews he conducted with musicians, often referring to them later for exact quotes from the artists.

Rights

Copyright; licensed to Vanderbilt University

Format

Tape recorders

Source

MSS0360, Jack Hurst Collection, Memorabilia

Files

http://libexh.library.vanderbilt.edu/impomeka/2015-exhibit/Cassette-Eddie_Arnold-CRW-3072.jpg

Citation

“[Realistic CTR-72 Cassette Recorder],” Gallery, accessed September 17, 2019, https://gallery.library.vanderbilt.edu/items/show/954.