A look at Sopic cap records - a 1970s Japanese music format that helped to kickstart an entertainment phenomena. 00:00
How it's used16:29
Wrap-up & credits
Waterloo Road - The original version: https://youtu.be/aKYUrxWRLHk
My video about a KORG portable personal Karaoke system https://youtu.be/Uc79POGOVL8
My video about the Panapic https://youtu.be/quF45LvBtwA
Q) Can I get a list of all the song titles in this set.
A) Yes - if you freeze the video at the one minute point you can read all the track titles clearly (especially in 4K).
Q) Hey you’re holding the Japanese pages wrong - the text is vertical.
A) Google Translate will only translate horizontal passages of text so the page has to be orientated that way.
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