The Vinyl Revolution Record Show was held over the weekend at the Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden in Astoria.

More than 40 vendors filled the hall with a variety of records, everything from The Beatles to Diana Ross.

Along with records, attendees could also purchase other memorabilia.

Organizers said that even with the technology of CDs and MP3s that vinyl records are here to stay.

"The difference between CDs and vinyl records is, CDs are like the turkey breast that you buy at the deli and vinyl records are Thanksgiving," said Randy Gregg, the co-promoter for the Vinyl Revolution Record Show.

The event is also held in Brooklyn and Manhattan.