Throwback Thursday - Remote Control Music!
In today's world we have remote controls for everything. TVs, toys, fans, lights, garage doors and the list goes on. The Seeburg Company was definitely thinking out of the box (The Juke Box), when they flooded the restaurants and diners with a remote control record selectors.
You couldn't hold it in your hand, or put it in your pocket, but you could choose your favorite song and play it for everyone to hear, without even leaving your seat. Of course it would cost you a nickel per song, or 3 for a quarter. Ind the 1940s, 3/4 of the records produced in America were put into Juke Boxes, as they were popular during the 40s, 50s and 60s.
I don't remember where I took this photo, as I hardly passed up an old diner, without taking some pictures.
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