Disc 1, track 11, Do You Call That Religion? ....
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Sent: Monday, July 01, 2013 1:59 PM
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Folk Music in America
Yes, thank you for this. It is most enlightening.
There were two files that had an error extracting, but WinRAR corrected
One had a question mark in the filename which is a
wild card for a single character in Windows
The other had a string of asterisks and an asterisk is a
wild card for any number of characters, hence the
infamous del *.* command where you erase everything.
It replaced the ? and * with underscores _
On 2013-07-01 1:38 PM, Carl Pultz wrote:
> Wow - thank you! I never heard of this series, so it's really a discovery.
> Must have taken you weeks. The meta-data alone was a large task.
> One note - I downloaded the full set zip. After extraction on my
> office Windows 7 machine, the file/folder names were green, meaning
> they were encrypted. They opened, but when I tried to copy the music
> folder to my studio W7 computer, it wouldn't copy. Clearing the
> Encrypt contents to secure data attribute from the folder's Advanced
Attributes dialog fixed it.
> There was an error on one file during extraction, but I don't remember
> which one. It might not matter, as nothing seems to be missing or of
> the wrong size. It will be a while before I can play them all. :)
> Again, thank you!
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Mason Vander Lugt
> Sent: Monday, July 01, 2013 9:51 AM
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Folk Music in America
> Partially in observance of the coming holiday, mostly because I love
> music and get a kick out of sharing, I scanned and blogged the 1976
> Library of Congress / Dick Spottswood LP series "Folk Music in
> America". If you're unfamiliar, it's a 15 LP series of recordings and
> booklets documenting the folk song and dance of pretty much any
> culture that can be considered American (US, that is) between 1890 and
> 1976. It's a truly remarkable set, and has never been available in digital
form (as far as I know) until now.
> You can download the full set here -
> Or download individual volumes and read my notes about it here -
> Please excuse me if this is "blogspam", but I know Dick is a long-time
> ARSC member and thought many of you would appreciate it.
> Mason Vander Lugt
Richard L. Hess email: [log in to unmask]
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