Useful resource on Gaslight-Classic era music and recording.


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Post Wed Dec 03, 2014 6:32 pm

Useful resource on Gaslight-Classic era music and recording.

I found a very interesting blog recently, it's run by a publisher specializing in the history of recording in the 1890's - 1930's. While obviously intended to promote their books, it contains many period adverts and samples from historical albums. At one point they did offer downloads but apparently the ability to do this was lost with a site upgrade.

And of course there are gizmos like this

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http://78records.wordpress.com/
"If you do good, you'll live forever, if you do bad, you'll die hearing a single note for I am the one true sound...", Fragment found in a cult hideout.

Graduate Student

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Post Fri Dec 26, 2014 2:00 am

Re: Useful resource on Gaslight-Classic era music and record

I've found another blog which covers early 20th C recordings, this one allows for downloads of music samples.

http://fluffontheneedle.blogspot.com.au/
"If you do good, you'll live forever, if you do bad, you'll die hearing a single note for I am the one true sound...", Fragment found in a cult hideout.

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