[78-L] OT: Tape Recorder
dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid
Thu Oct 19 14:55:49 PDT 2017
At this point I can't say where I got the information about Pauline..a lot of
paperwork and reference material has gone astray including a couple of King
Cole discographies. By the way, there's a D&S King Cole Swingsters among my
transcriptions that I didn't have at that time (I may have borrowed from Gord
Grieveson or had some dubs supplied if I didn't have my own discs).
On 10/19/2017 5:46 PM, Kristjan Saag wrote:
> I actually found a picture of the recorder used. It's an EMI L2B from
> about 1955.
> Why he used a good mike? Maybe it was used in the theatre performance.
> BTW, David, I will be playing a few of Nat "King" Cole's recordings from
> the 1939 transcriptions in my radio programme. The ones you transferred
> for Naxos. Terrific job - very good sound!
> I wonder: was it really THE Pauline Byrns (Byrne) who "led" the vocal
> group Pauline & Her Perils on some of these recordings? She sounds a bit
> different from the Pauline Byrne on Shaw's recordings made a year later.
> On 2017-10-19 23:29, David Lennick wrote:
>> I just wonder why he's using such a good mike instead of the typical
>> hand held one that would come with a 50s recorder! dl On 10/19/2017
>> 5:15 PM, Kristjan Saag wrote:
>>> Does anyone recognize the tape recorder that Patrick Magee uses here
>>> on the Royal Court Theatre in 1958? (It's from the original
>>> production of "Krapp's Last Tape" by Samuel Beckett.)
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