You could interview him over the phone. Not as good as being there, but
better than nothing, yes?
Michael Biel wrote:
> On 8/18/2010 5:35 PM, Cary Ginell wrote:
>> I work with Rainbo all the time. They pressed up my recent Jazz Man
>> Anthology CD. I went to their warehouse to pick up my pressings and
>> there was as much vinyl being readied to be shipped out as there was
>> CDs and DVDs.
>> Cary Ginell
> The TV program had a printed note that in 2008 Rainbo's CD production
> had gone down, and part of the interview was about how much their vinyl
> production has been going up!
> When we had the ARSC in Santa Barbara, I wish we had known that Rainbo
> was still in business, that the original owner was still alive, and the
> place was so close. We should have had a tour of the place. I would
> have loved interviewing the old man -- there is a great article about
> him or by him somewhere on the web that I found a few months after the
> conference. Among other things, Rainbo manufactured most of the WW II
> soldier records to home blanks for Gem Blades and the USO, etc.
> Mike Biel [log in to unmask]