I can't think of a better reason to be listening to vinyl. Acquiring the Dan's whole back catalogue was one of the first things I done when I first got into vinyl. The original pressings, especially from the 70's are a joy.I'm currently playing more vinyl than digital right now but that's partly
as I've just gone completionist on Steely Dan vinyl
This is where records can really come into their own - take a listen to the 2012 remaster of Californication by the Red Hot Chili Peppers on vinyl and then put on the original record or CD and the difference will be stunning. This is an extreme example, but there are thousands of recordings that sound far superior on vinyl.