[78-L] WNBC Recording of Jeanne O'Brien
jsalerno at earthlink.net.invalid
Fri Aug 29 08:59:54 PDT 2014
I didn't find anything on wikipedia or google about the singer. The
studios may have been in New Orleans, Louisiana or New York (WNBC is a
NYC station) or who knows where.
Records like this excite my curiosity and sense of frustration at the
same time. I've found a few myself. Just another person who enjoyed
music and performing, but perhaps never had or tried to have a career in
How in your opinion is the singing? Does it sound amateur, professional,
or maybe college level?
On 8/29/2014 10:47 AM, Mark Glicksman wrote:
> Hello I'm new to the list so please bear with me. I picked up a large
> record collection about a week ago and while going through it discovered
> two records, one of them saying WNBC Jeanne O'Brien, and then a bunch of
> songs and then another one from I believe September 3, 1950, also with
> the same artist Has anyone heard of this artist?
> The label was hand typed it has songs like Let's spend a quiet evening
> at home and Let's go to church on Sunday.
> The label also says Nola recording studios.
> The material of the record seems to be a typical standard homebrew
> recording records.
> Does anyone have any thoughts or questions about this record.
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