When CDs appeared I was one of many collectors who junked their entire vinyl collections, and, for some years, I marvelled in the shiny new sound.
Then, about a decade ago I rediscovered vinyl. I may be one of those recalcitrant Luddites who are suspicious on principle of the "let's put all our eggs in the digital basket" credo, but I cannot hear the same depth of soundstage, the sense of bows on strings, the humanness of phrasing and nuance with CDs, fine though they are for the car.
For me, nothing that digital can offer compares with, say, a 1960s Decca Kingsway Hall production on vinyl.
Am I a lone voice crying in the wilderness?