A quarter hardly buys anything these days. A gumball, a few more minutes on the meter, maybe an eighth of a load of laundry. Unless, that is, you’re standing in front of the 1971 Wurlitzer Zodiac at Bull’s Horn. This is a place suspended in time, one where an actual human still works the pull-tab booth and 25 cents still gets you three songs. Have two quarters to spare? The lovingly restored relic will spit out seven classics for you, whether you want to hear Elvis or Frank Sinatra or New Order or the Beach Boys or Bette Midler. (Or, yes, something from Prince or Hüsker Dü.) Save your coins, skip the spin cycle, and spin some 45s instead.