Sounds like 78 rpms. Can your turntable play those? I feel like I read you can mess up your stylus if it's not designed to play a 78.
oh, I probably shouldn't try it, because I'm not sure.
Do I remember right that you have a Victoria Tunewriter? Someone here does, just can't recall who. Anyway, if that's what you have, you're fine. I have a Tunewriter III and it can definitely play 78s. Only reason I got the extra player is because you can play 45s and 78s, plays cassettes and CDs, and it can convert record to mp3 format. Either way, check by the stylus to see if there's a toggle switch between 33/45/78 - if it does you're probably good.
Edit - nevermind. I have caught up on the other messages.
Post by sangvincent on Dec 16, 2013 12:27:56 GMT -5
I think it's most gospel and bluegrass.
Jimmie Davis Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys Carl Smith Stuart Hamblen Kay Kyser and his Orchestra Dinah Shore Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys Klaudt Indian Family The Hal Lomen Orchestra The Chuck Wagon Gang Harry James and his Orchestra "Little" Jimmy Dickens The Prairie Ramblers The Humbard Family Rice Brothers Gang Gene Autry Peggy Taylor Billy Walker Woody Herman and his Orchestra Patti Page The Charloteers Lefty Frizzell Ted Daffan's Texans Molly O'Day and the Cumberland Mountain Folks
If things go my way I'll finally be gettin' a record player in the next two weeks! Then I can finally listen to my collection and expand my growin' obsession. On a bummer note, I managed to secure a copy of Failure's "Magnified" RSD release, but a statement was just released sayin' the label and/or manufacturer left off a track from the album.
My little brother was the only one brave enough to buy me vinyl for Christmas. He got me the new Third Man Sun Studio 45s.
In other news, my aunt got a package from Ten Club today that included a 45 of PJ with Jay Z at Made In America doing "99 Problems". I've been waiting for some sort of release of this collaboration. She won't sell me the record but I'm gonna borrow it so I can at least rip it to an mp3
2/19: Flaming Lips
2/25: Trailer Park Boys
4/4: of Montreal
4/22: Peter Hook & The Light
4/24: Gov't Mule
4.25: Dead Feat?
5/1: Primus > Voodoo Dead
5/2: Zappa Plays Zappa
5/3: Jazzfest > Voodoo Dead
7/3-5: Fare Thee Well
I just found this thread, and I'm looking to trade off some of my records. If you see anything you like, make me an offer! Not really looking to sell, but will consider any offers. (Also looking for old-school Garbage Pail Kids!)
"All in all, the creative act is not performed by the artist alone.. the spectator brings the work in contact with the external world by deciphering and interpreting its inner qualifications and thus adds his contribution to the creative act." -- Marcel Duchamp