[78-L] Not only Robert Johnson, but the ODJB and Satchmo..
craigventresco at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 10:22:39 PST 2011
That's awesome.. sitting around listening to King Oliver records playing at
58....So crazy that you gotta love it.....
I play all my Sophie Tucker 78's at 53.7. I'm sure that's right.
On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 1:13 PM, Martin Fenton <mafenton at talktalk.net> wrote:
> On 01/02/2011 17:39, David Lennick wrote:
> > Yes friends, your calendar is correct, it's February 1st and not April
> 1st. But
> > that doesn't stop anyone.
> > http://www.sandybrownjazz.co.uk/whatsnew.html
> "For example, Dippermouth Blues by King Oliver in 1923, is in C at 78
> RPM, but appears to be correct in the key of G."
> I neither know, nor care, what key "Dippermouth Blues" was actually
> recorded in, but I suspect that B-flat might be a more realistic
> alternative than G.
> Sigh. Takes all sorts, dunnit?
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