[78-L] Marni Nixon
Rodger Holtin 78-L
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Tue Aug 16 21:03:43 PDT 2016
By the same token they (78s) were easier to handle for us little kids, too. It was also true that mom n dad could get a few more years of use out of that old 78-only record player if they turned it over to junior to play his records and leave their nice new micro groove machine in relative peace. I remember comparing notes with other little boomers who had the old players. I lived it.
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> On Aug 16, 2016, at 9:51 PM, David Lennick <dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid> wrote:
> Teachers preferred 78s for years..easier to handle and not damage, easier to find specific selections. Same reason film studios and production houses and newsrooms kept mood music libraries producing 78s into the late 60s.
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>> Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2016 21:40:16 -0500
>> From: jsalerno at collector.org.invalid
>> Subject: Re: [78-L] Marni Nixon
>> Come to think of it, I remember having yellow and orange 78s, why were
>> children's records 78s into the 50s?
>> Joe Salerno
>>> On 8/16/2016 9:26 PM, David Lennick wrote:
>>> I have a set of educational discs from the mid 50s where she sings either folk songs or children's songs (haven't looked at it in years). And she recorded Mary Poppins songs for the Disneyland label and those were on small 78s.
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