[78-L] Billboard archive website? Thanks!

Kristjan Saag saag at telia.com.invalid
Wed Jun 12 06:41:23 PDT 2019

Come to think of it, Malcolm: I play quite a lot of exotica in my music 
programme: Arthur Lyman, Martin Denny, Les Baxter etc, and some modern 
exotica as well. There's a band even in my home town, Gothenburg, that 
plays such music - they write their own stuff and have been invited to 
the States to participate in festivals of exotica music.
I wonder: what's the situation in Hawaii today - is there any presence 
of exotica ensembles like the ones that used to play in hotels and 
restaurants in the 1950's and 60's? After all, the whole thing started 
there with Martin Denny in the mid-50's, didn't it? (Apart from Les 
Baxter's early efforts, but he never left poolside in Hollywood, as far 
as I know.)

On 2019-06-12 04:29, Malcolm wrote:
> Thanks to Donna H, Cary G, David L and all the other who replied to my 
> 78-L query. I was called out by a 78-L member recently for not 
> thanking listmembers who have helped me on one point or another. I 
> guess I thought it was not necessary because I've known most of you 
> for many years. But now that I've been told I really should spread the 
> thanks around I shall! THANKS! And if I can be of any help to youse 
> guys feel free to ask. My interests do go further than just Hawaiian 
> music, you know. Malcolm ******* On 6/11/2019 11:23 AM, Donna Halper 
> wrote:
>> On 6/11/2019 12:24 PM, Malcolm wrote:
>>> A while ago I found a website with a whole batch of  back issues of 
>>> Billboard.
>> www.americanradiohistory.com not only has old digitized issues of 
>> Billboard but also Cashbox and Record World.
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