Like you, I look for records all the time. But there are over two million here @ ARC, so it’s difficult to know when what you’ve found is what’s needed. Not everything in the library is cataloged, and my computer is not… read more >>
posts tagged: 78s
To celebrate the new year, the end of summer, strikes in France or as the kids say, “whatever,” I took the day off and made a trek way uptown to the Whitney Museum. Prime reason was to see the Christian Marclay exhibition… read more >>
It is a little known fact that the ancient Nabataeans were early adaptors of new sound recording technologies. They began with cylinder discs (called columns) but found them awkward. Later, around 70 BC, they sliced the cylinders into wafer thin segments, well… read more >>
Come on down and help us pay the rent here at the ARChive and pick up some great bargains @ bargain prices – CDs, books, singles, LPS – all for a good cause !
Today, the stars aligned while I was alphabetizing the “J” section of the ARChive’s collection of 78 rpm records – a small collection here of about 8,000. Tucked in between the Harry James and the James Johnson was a runty nine-inch record… read more >>