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About his neck dangles what appears to be a gold record, or phonograph.
The museum dedicated to his career covers the King’s music, movies, and touring life with hundreds of artifacts, including jumpsuits and gold records, throughout 20,000 square feet.
Yet the model, Kari-Ann Muller, is less a pouting ingenue than a knowing predator, teeth bared, who is laying a trap, a gold record peeking out from behind her wrap.
The krewe threw a special doubloon featuring the late musician Pete Fountain that looks like a little gold record.
From baseball memorabilia to gold records earned by his clients, photos, and letters, there was no shortage of history around, and no piece that didn’t go along with a story of Bert’s to tell.
Those missions sent up gold records containing the sites and sounds of Earth.
Shelley Berman was a comedian who earned gold records and appeared on top television shows in the 1950s and 1960s delivering wry monologues about the annoyances of everyday life.
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GOLD RECORD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gold record for English Language Learners
: an award that is given to a singer or musical group for selling a lot of recordings
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