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UPDATED October 12, 2017 02:29 PM

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    Lafayette Haynes, owner of Old School Records on Second Street, and Willie Dantzler, owner of Fresh Produce Records on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, say vinyl albums are making a comeback in Macon.