today's 45 playlist

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  1. 45rpmspinner

    45rpmspinner New Member

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    Another 45 I'm listening to this evening. One of five releases on the Jenmark label....one of three releases in total by the artist [one credited as Lonie Jones].

    Despite the "corporate" look of the youtube clip, it's a vinyl rip....may in fact be one I made some 8-10 years ago.

     
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    A record I have trouble keeping off my turntable.....

     
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    Clip shows original release on the Farrall label out of Louisville, Kentucky....released nationally on Swan S-4144 in 1963.
    As far as I know, the only release by Fannom Patrick...at least, under that name.

     
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    Such a beautiful tune...with basically no bottom end to it at all.
    Issued in 1964. Local Detroit pressing is on the Thelma label ["Thelma" is Thelma Gordy, Berry Gordy's mother], national release on NPC [shown in the clip].
    Emanuel Lasky [also Laskey] had twelve singles to his name.

     
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  5. KentTeffeteller

    KentTeffeteller Gimpus Stereophilus!

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    One of Starday's finest 45 singles of 1961. The most authentic country label of the era, and love this classic.
     
  6. rkgren1

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    Country night with the 45s:
    Mark Chestnutt, "It ain't over (as long as I am not over you)"
    Randy Travis, "Good intentions"

    Two excellent quality recordings.
     
  7. 45rpmspinner

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    Dave Rich's third single, RCA 47-6595, from 1956.
    Dave looks to have been pretty big in the mid to late 50s. He continued recording into the 70s.
    25+ 7in releases to his name.
    Must have played this record five times today.
    Flip side ain't bad either.

     
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    From 1959, the a-side "Be Ever Wonderful" was a good sized hit. However, I much prefer the b-side.
    Taylor had a prolific career until he tragically died in a car accident. Over 80 7in releases to his name.

     

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