[78-L] Gene Rodemich Recordings
Glenn at GlennRobison.com.invalid
Mon Jun 8 07:55:55 PDT 2020
I purchased four of the original CDs in 2001. Not sure how I missed the
other two. The CDs as originally produced are no longer available, but
the digital files are. A CD containing mp3 files is available as is a
flash drive with wav files. Thanks to Andrew Homzy for tracking them
down. I purchased the wav files on the flash drive which I received the
other day. I haven't had time to compare them to the original CDs, but
the flash drive also contains pdfs of discographies and even sheet
music. Here are the links.
Talk about a shot in the dark ~~~
From the address you sent, I was able to track-down the producer -
We no longer offer them in individual audio CDs but in two different forms now. One is a CD of the entire Gene Rodemich Brunswick catalog in MP3 files. The other is a flash drive with the entire catalog in WAV files.
Here are the ads.
Jeff Sultanof wrote on 6/8/2020 7:20 AM:
> Did anyone say that these CDs are still available?
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Jun 8, 2020, at 10:16 AM, LANG <bobhope at optonline.net.invalid> wrote:
>> HI All,
>> A week or two ago there was a discussion about the collection of Gene Rodemich recordings that are available on CD.
>> I'm familiar with these CDs and it's a very good collection. One song that I don't think is included is the 1921 recording of "I Never Knew". This was a completely unknown and undocumented side, but I found a test pressing of it on ebay back in 2006.
>> It is available, though, because I let Rich Conaty use it on his "The Big Broadcast" Volume 5 CD. Rivermont Records issued that CD and you surely can get it on Amazon.
>> Bob Lang
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