[78-L] Music preferences
jusmee123 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 6 23:10:01 PST 2011
Sandy appealed to me because I know the song having heard it as a kid. It
was one my grandfather had, and liked to play.
They are getting at least one spin each here because I am wading through
some boxes of them to find out what's there.
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 4:52 PM, Taylor Bowie <bowiebks at isomedia.com> wrote:
> Hello, David,
> I have pretty wide taste myself and would give each of those records you
> list at least one spin...although my experience so far with Sandy
> would put him last in order of which I'd spin!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David London" <jusmee123 at gmail.com>
> To: "78L mailing list" <78-l at klickitat.78online.com>
> Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2011 5:50 PM
> Subject: [78-L] Music preferences
> >I am just getting time to renew my interest in 78s and the old sounds they
> > contain. I find I am enjoying quite a range of stuff, although I am not
> > sure my wife is happy with some of what I am playing :) I see it as a
> > thing, because I am not caring too much about collectability, hence I can
> > buy them cheaply.
> > For example, I just played and liked
> > Mine - all mine, Lee Sims, Brunswick
> > Dashing Dragoons March, Parlophone Military Orch., Parlophone
> > Valencia, Franklyn Baur, Brunswick
> > Tiptoe through the Tulips, George Sorlie, Parlophone
> > My Bonnie Heilen Maggie, Sandy MacFarlane, Brunswick
> > Tie me to your Apron Strings again, Volunteer Firemen, Brunswick
> > Also I have a lot of early orchestra, Big Band, and Jazz records. Then
> > there's the classical, especially 12" 78 sets and opera.
> > I'll be reading posts on this list more now as well. Just wondering if
> > others consider some of this stuff worth listening to as well.
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