Protest music and vinyl records thrive in today’s streaming age

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Vinyl record sales doubled in 2021, showing the continued interest in owning a physical record even in the age of streaming. MSNBC’s Ari Melber shares some of his parents’ favorite records in this light-hearted holiday segment — from Dylan to Jimmy Cliff — and invites viewers to share their favorites with him on social media (@arimelber).

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