I have the Lindbergh downloadable at my website on 'The King Speaks'
http://mcproductions.ca/product_info.php?products_id=88 and the Associated
glee club - both Columbia and Victor electrics
710 Westminster Avenue West
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] sounds of early phonograph
I'm to be interviewed about my record collecting on a local RADIO station,
so I'd like some sounds to play as illustrations. However, I can't play my
LPs or 78s on the station. It hasn't a record player or tape deck to play
I'd love Edison's recollections of first recording ("Mary Had a Little
Lamb"), and anything else. Lindbergh arrival home? Columbia Double-Disc
promo ("Don't put your record money into any other!")? Victor 19626 Joan
Arkansas? Asso. Choirs early electrics? Jones and Hare on early radio
I have some items of dance and vocal on CDs which I can use, but nothing of
the historic listed above.
Can someone(s) send me MP3s of those items?
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