Introducing The I-Steampunk One 20150303 The New Steam Revolution Has Begun
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“The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one.” -Spock, The Wrath of Khan
The Wurlitzer was the iconic jukebox of the Big Band era, to the extent that Wurlitzer came in some places to be a generic name for any jukebox. (In Hungarian, “wurlitzer” still means “jukebox”, for example – despite Hungarian only using the letter W for foreign language words). Wurlitzer’s success was due to a first rate marketing department (headed by future Indiana Senator Homer Capehart), the reliable Simplex record changer, and the designs of engineer Paul Fuller who created many cabinet styles in the “lightup” design idiom. Another significant factor contributing to Wurlitzer’s success was the end of Prohibition in 1933 and the resulting increase in the market for coin-operated music machines in bars and dance halls. -wikipedia