True listening is taking the time out of the day to sit down and be engrossed in the music, with no other distractions. To me, a high quality turntable with a non-scratched, well-preserved LP is the best way to go about this "quality time." Maybe it's just me, but I feel I hear more out of the recording on a vinyl LP as opposed to a digital replication. There's been numerous times that I have been listening to an album on my phonograph and go back to relisten to a lick or drum fill I've never heard before, though I've heard the particular song hundreds of times on my car stereo in the past.
Furthermore, I feel that a good quality turntable, through a graphic equalizer, through a power amp and into a good set of speakers is the only way to truly hear the stereo spectrum at its fullest. I can't tell you how many times I've been spinning an album only to be amazed at how well-thought out the stereo spectrum was devised. Again, this has many times been on a song I've heard hundreds of times through my car stereo or a set of headphones on an iPod.
I'm not saying that there's not a place for digital music. It is incredibly convenient and, for some people, the only way they have time to listen to music is through headphones while walking or working at their desk. However, I implore the general public to take that moment once in awhile and truly listen to the music, as it was meant to be listened to. And if you're brave enough, go pick up some old second hand LPs and a good quality turntable, and tell me if you don't hear the difference.