Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The Hustlers - In Action (Live From Aspen's Red Onion)

This one was taken from a sealed vinyl copy and has great sound although there was some surface noise on a couple of the songs which I think was from the original mastering. It's actually pretty good with a couple of nice folk songs and some comedy bits mixed in between.

Link (256 kbps CBR MP3)

Sunday, April 25, 2010

New York City Overture Orchestra - Broadway's Best Overtures and Dances (1995)

This one was taken from cassette and features songs from lots of popular Broadway musicals (including South Pacific, Candide, The Music Man, My Fair Lady, Brigadoon, and more.)

Link (192 kbps CBR MP3)

Monday, April 19, 2010

Roger Wagner Chorale - Folk Songs of the New World

A collection of early American folk songs. Side A is a bit rough but still listenable.

Link (256 kbps CBR MP3)

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Freddy Quinn - Junge, komm bald wieder

This guy was also apparently an actor (or was he an actor first? I don't know.) as well as a fairly accomplished German crooner.

Link (256 kbps CBR MP3)

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Joe "Fingers" Carr - The World's Greatest Ragtime Piano Player

It seems that this guy had a quite illustrious career playing ragtime piano and this album is a good representation of his abilities.

Link (256 kbps CBR MP3)

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

The Dukes of Dixieland - Carnegie Hall Concert (Vol. 10)

This one is pretty good if you like Dixieland type music. The vinyl is pristeen so the rip is quite good.

Link (256 kbps CBR MP3)

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Vandermeide - Learn Self-Hypnosis

From the back of the tape insert: "IF YOU ARE SERIOUS ABOUT SELF HYPNOSIS, THIS CASSETTE WILL HELP YOU ACQUIRE THE BENEFITS YOU SEEK." The capital letters are his, not mine.


Friday, April 9, 2010

Tricia McCannon - UFO's, Ancient Civilizations and the Galactic Family

How about some trippy new age speech about aliens?


Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Radio Movie Classics Starring Clark Gable

I got a new new computer so I can now scan (and post) again!

Today's post is a double cassette featuring Clark Gable's OTR (old-time radio) appearances in Lux's THE BUCCANEER and IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT. Enjoy!