My expertise is in REAL OLDIES from 1890s- 1930. 78s as well as Edison Cylinders. I can also answer some Phonograph questions though I'm not a repair person
35 years of collecting as well as reviewing reissues of this material. I've taught a number of antique classes on early record collecting.
Member of various phonograph societies around the world as well as the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC)
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The firsr "flat" records - Berliner discs - were 5 inches in diameter and played on one side. The latest disc - CDs - are five inches in diameter and (ta da!) play on only one side!
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Hi Edgil: Sorry for few day delay as My PC was in repair shop. I can't find your exact song but this one is close. Not sure if that helps. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/everlybrothers/thatsilverhaireddaddyofmine
Hi Sandy: Apparantly a popular song. I see it was discussed here a few years ago and here is the answer posted. (Peter - mentioned - is also a friend - so tell him hi for me.) Peter Muldavin (aka Kiddie
Kaela: Sorryfor delay in reply. I was on vacation for 2 weeks. I listened and I don't recognize the song. It could just bee some incidental music that the Fleischers used. In any case I don't recognize
Joe: Yoiu didn't explain the method you are using to transfer. Are yiu using one of those new Ion (or similar) turntables with a USB plug into yiur PC? They come with software to filter out some noise
Hi Lillian: The PRTB may have continued into the 1940s and you father may have played in it. But the band did NOT record for Victor after 1926. You might want to email or call the Philadelphia History
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