April 11th is remembered as National Eight-Track Tape Day as a dedication to the music of sixties and seventies which was stored on eight-track tape. The Eight-track tape was formally called Stereo 8 that was generated in 1964.
Eight-Track Tapes are the magnetic tapes that recorded sound, but with the invention of magnetic tape, these tapes gradually disappeared as they were used for re-recording audio with minimal loss of quality making rearranging and editing easy.
National Eight-Track Tape Day can be celebrated by paying a tribute to The Beatles, as they were the first to record the music album on Eight-Track Tape. People can listen to this music all day long along with family and friends, or call for a retro-theme party to jazz to the tunes of The Beatles.
National Eight-Track Tape, a tape that was used to record music was first created in the year 1964 by Bill Lear through his Lear Jet Corporation in addition to Ampex, Ford, Motorola and RCA Victor Records.
To honor this day, people can clad up in retro attires and dance to the tunes of The Beatles, the first ever music album recorded on Eight-Track Tape.