My blue collar nomination would be Charlie Monroe's (1949) "Time Clock of
Life," RCA 21-0156. Others would no doubt prefer the Clovers' "Sixty
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Fw: A Sirota Favorite to keep
Good one, Dick !
The one I found (at an antiques mall in New Hampshire about 20 years ago)
was made with a Jean Cocteau record which I wanted, so it now bears a
large-red-label HMV DA- disc; but it really should have the Victor
black-label Orth: In a clock store, shouldn't it ?
At 08:47 PM 2/13/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>So when does Billy Graham get a turn?
>----- Forwarded by Dick Spottswood/dick/AmericanU on 02/13/2005 08:52 PM
>Steve Shapiro <[log in to unmask]>
>02/13/2005 08:05 PM
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> Subject: A Sirota Favorite to keep perfect time!
>74 rpm? Battery not included./steve