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 Post subject: Re: What media did you last buy??
PostPosted: Nov Fri 15, 2019 3:43 pm 
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14. Columbia red. In love in vain, there is good blues tonight.
Columbia. The song from Moulin Rouge, Swedish Rhapsody.
Columbia. I see 1 million people, the count.
Columbia. Autumn nocturne, snowfall.
Columbia. Someone else’s roses, Kay muleta.
Columbia. Go, I’ll follow you.
Columbia. Come to baby do, do you won’t be satisfied.
Columbia. Walking the night away, a woman in love.
(2)Columbia. There must be a reason, Someday.
Columbia. Adios amigo, make love to me.
Columbia. The kids last fight, long distance love.
Columbia. Paths of paradise, parade of the broken hearts.
Columbia. Doing what comes naturally, I got lost in his arms.
Columbia. I got a gal I love, that’s how much I love you.
Columbia. My cousin Luella, what do I do.
Columbia. All the time, love on a Greyhound bus.
Columbia. That’s the beginning of the end, ManaguaNicaragua.
Columbia. Orchids in the moonlight, temptation.
Columbia. Anna Barraco Tinde, yo ta namora.
Columbia. Symphony, my guys come back.
Columbia. I’ll get by, Flatbush Flanagan.
Columbia. I’ll be around, I love the way you say good night.
Columbia. As years go by, the echo said no.
Columbia.Little girl, takin Miss Mary to the ball.
Columbia. Never, once.
Columbia. You would be so nice to come home too, I am so so so so so in love.
Columbia. All or nothing at all, flash.
15. Columbia red continued.
Columbia. Brahms lullaby, where will the temple be.
Columbia. Sioux City Sue, I don’t mean a word I said.
Columbia read continued.
Columbia. Brahms lullaby, where will the temple be.
Columbia. Sioux City Sue, I didn’t mean a word I said.
Columbia. Sleepy lagoon, trumpet blues.
Columbia. Bellbottom trousers, can’t you read between the lines.
Columbia. Moonglow, show me the way to get out of this world.
Columbia. Come to me bend to me, Peg o my heart.
Columbia. Larry Adler harmonica virtuoso Rhapsody in blue, side two.
Columbia. Bolero, I’ve got you under my skin.
Columbia. Smoke gets in your eyes, the continental.
Columbia. Oh what a sad sad day, Mr. midnight.
Columbia. Prince charming, velvet moon.
Columbia. Tell me, Moonlight Bay.
Columbia. I’ve got a gal in Kalamazoo, serenade in blue.
Columbia. Poor butterfly, the sheik.
Columbia. Id give a million tomorrows, slap her down again Paw.
Columbia. Funny thing, my pretty shoo-gah.
Columbia. There must be a reason, someday.
Columbia. Every night about this time, strip polka.
Columbia. A sinner kissed an angel, you made me love you.
Columbia. The dance of the blue Danube, the trumpets have triplets.
Columbia. How do I know it’s real, who wouldn’t love you.
Columbia. Smoke gets in your eyes, them there eyes.
Columbia. Old shoes, in the beginning.
Columbia. Paths of Paradise, parade of broken hearts.
Columbia. Day by day, oh what it seemed to be.
Columbia. The thunder, eL Capitan.
Columbia. Tropical merengue, we won’t say goodbye.
Columbia. Kay muleta, Someone else’s roses.
Columbia yellow label. Early bird, I’ll stay in the house.

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16. Victor black label. A slip of the lip, sentimental Lady.
Victor. Dirty hands dirty face, my sweetie went away.
Victor. Here we go again, long time no see baby.
Victor. I lost my job again, chicory chick.
Victor. The trolly Song, the very thought of you.
Victor. Let’s get close, happy go lucky.
Victor. All for love, easy to love.
Victor. Sherry I love you, the Little White House.
Victor. My dream of the big parade, the prisoners sweetheart.
Victor. The 32 counties, Kalarney.
Victor. From another world, it never entered my mind.
Victor. You can cry on somebody else’s shoulder, the bells of St. Mary’s.
Victor gold label. You ain’t heard nothing yet, rose of Washington Square.
Victor. Chipped. The Life of a rose, I love you.
Victor. Who’s baby are you, left all alone again blues.
Victor. Mickey, kisses.
Victor. Mr. Gallagher and Mr Shean, Parade of the wooden soldiers.
RCA Victor black label. The one that I am, the gypsy.
RCA Victor. Forever Amber, my sin.
RCA Victor. For sentimental reasons, it’s all over now.
RCA Victor. Cynthias in love, Strange love.
RCA Victor. Mr. and Mississippi, a trinket of shiny gold.
RCA Victor. That’s my desire, red silk stockings and green perfume.
RCA Victor. Ave Maria, bless this house.
RCA Victor. The crawl, drink hearty.
(2)Victor red label. giannina mia, The donkey serenade.
Victor. pavanne, The toy trumpet.
Victor. Ritual fire dance, dance of terror.
Victrola red label. Juanita, an old Madrid.
His masters voice red label. Set dances, March O’Sullivan mor.
His masters voice. The mountains of Pompeii, the blue hills of Antrim.
RCA Victor red label. I’ll never love you, be my love.
RCA Victor. Hora staccato, none but the lonely heart.
RCA Victor purple label. My lagan love, Galway Bay.
RCA Victrola. strada del dosco, soli soli nella notte.
Victor blue label. Ma and the auto, it couldn’t be done wait till your part comes home.
RCA Victor color label. Heaven was never like this, I need you now.
17. 16. Victor small Gold label. Somebody else took you out of my arms, Walk Jenny walk. Victor. Say it again, innocent eyes.
Victor. Soothing, night.
Victor. Sad Hawaiian sea, hula hula dream girl.
Victor. Dearest, way down yonder in New Orleans.
Victor. Wonder if she’s lonely too, I never had a mammy.
Victor. Tomorrow, you gave me your heart.
Victor. Falling, burning sands.
Victor. All that I need is you, granny you are my Mammys Mammy.
Victor. I am all broken up over you, I’m somebody nobody loves.
Victor. Nobody knows but my pillow and me, I never miss the sunshine.
Victor. Tutankhamen, down by the river.
Victor. Linger a while, Hollywood.
Victor. I don’t care what you used to be, oh how I miss you tonight.
RCA Victor small black label. Single saddle, riders in the sky.
18. RCA Victor. Some in chanted evening, Bali hai.
RCA Victor begin the begin, frenzy.
RCA Victor. I want to know you better than I do, on the boardwalk in Atlantic City.
Victor gold label. It’s 12 you, never in 1 million years.
Victor record gold label. Your picture says remember all your letter says forgot, Cheer up cherries will soon be ripe.
Victor record small gold label. Stop stop stop, song of the English chappie.
Victor record. When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam, Casey Jones went down on the Robert E Lee.
Victor record. Uncle Josh in a department store, uncle Josh’s second visit to the metropolis. Victor large gold label. Somebody, biddy (Big chip).
Small black victor label. Little man with the candy, oh look at me now.
Victor. Kalamazoo, at last.
Victor. They’ll soon be a rainbow, goodbye Sue.
Victor. Dancing in the dark, Poinicana.
Victor. In the blue of evening, it’s always you.
Victor. Chloe, do nothing till you hear from me.
Victor. It must be jelly, rainbow Rhapsody.
Victor. Serenade in blue, that’s sabotage.
Victor VE small gold label. Baby feet go pitter patter, after we kiss.

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 Post subject: Re: What media did you last buy??
PostPosted: Nov Thu 21, 2019 5:22 pm 
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I was given about 90 78s a month ago...only 5 were cracked/chipped. Not bad. As far as last purchased, it would be the 30th anniversary vinyl (green) record of Mannheim Steamroller's "Christmas" Lp.
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 Post subject: Re: What media did you last buy??
PostPosted: Nov Fri 29, 2019 3:41 am 
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https://www.target.com/p/frank-sinatra- ... A-78139991

Frank Sinatra - Ultimate Christmas - 2 Green Translucent Disc Edition


Looks like it's selling fast.


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I last got Metallicas first album on cassette :) (No dolby,etc)


Sounds goregous!!


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 Post subject: Re: What media did you last buy??
PostPosted: Apr Fri 24, 2020 2:07 pm 
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Edisons!
And 250 misc 1930-1940's 78's. I've been listening for a few days to check them. Only 150 more to go.. :wink:

One is a DJ copy and it's not bad.

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Wow look at em all,they look goregous!!!!

If I lived closer to ya buddy I would come over and we could clean em up and enjoy :)


78s are goregous!!!!! -- I hope you love most of em :)


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 Post subject: Re: What media did you last buy??
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Some rock and roll records, Mill Brother records, Jack and Tommy Dorsey ones.

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Dude111 wrote:
Wow look at em all,they look goregous!!!!

If I lived closer to ya buddy I would come over and we could clean em up and enjoy :)


78s are goregous!!!!! -- I hope you love most of em :)


Thats the problem, I like too many of them.. lol

Mr Highlander,
I am a fan of The Mills Brothers... I have many Dorsey records too. Give me 1940's FoxTrots or 1920's jazz and I am a happy boy.


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 Post subject: Re: What media did you last buy??
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i bought this eddie money cd set.

it is fantastic.

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OldRestorer wrote:
Thats the problem, I like too many of them.. lol


Hehe its hard not to right?? Something that sounds so beautiful........ (Analog is goregous)


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OldRestorer wrote:
Dude111 wrote:
Mr Highlander,
I am a fan of The Mills Brothers... I have many Dorsey records too. Give me 1940's FoxTrots or 1920's jazz and I am a happy boy.
Kirk


I am right there with ya!

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 Post subject: Re: What media did you last buy??
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There's lots of different music genres that interest me, from jazz to some kinds of pop.

My jukeboxes reflect some of my tastes, one having 50s/60s/70s/80s pop, doo-wop and jazz standards, the other, sixties Motown, R&B and Soul.

I've been occasionally listening to "Durand Jones and The Inspirations," for about a year. They'a bit of a throwback to the sixties in their style,

One of my favourite tracks is this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPLhTzq-TpY

They record for Colemine Records, who produce vinyl, I tried to order it a few months ago, but they were out of stock but would let me know when it was in again. I've just had an e-mail to let me know they've got it back in again, so I ordered it. At $7.99 for a new 45rpm record I think was quite reasonable, it's just the postage that's the killer. Anyway,
Why not?
It's destined for my jukebox made in the sixties. Just got to decide what record to take out.

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