Daniel Zavaro, who has dedicated his adult life to the resurrection of musical memories, uses a flashlight to find his way around the insides of a 1947 AMI Model A jukebox, above, as a 78 rpm record spins. The former Belgian army radio repairman has restored or repaired more than 5,000 jukeboxes throughout the world, operating out of a one-room shop in San Francisco. Right, Zavaro applies title strips to the Model A jukebox, known as "The Mother of Pearl." Zavaro charges $20 an hour for his handiwork on the coin-operated electric phonographs that were once commonplace in restaurants and bars.