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 Post subject: A little Frankie Marvin
PostPosted: Mon Dec 04, 2017 12:55 pm 
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Please forgive my videography, I already know I suck at it. ;)

I received 4 very late electrically recorded Diamond Disc records* recently, from an incredibly magnanimous cousin, and would like to share one of the 8 selections: N0. 52607-R; Frankie Marvin and His Guitar performing "A High Silk Hat And A Walking Cane", played on my DUAL 1229 using a SHURE M91E with N78S stylus wired for vertically cut groove; playback is in mono.

Sorry, at this point, I don't think I'll be recording any of these 4 records using my C 250...just because of their obvious rarity. I'll try to record the other records as time allows.

I hope y'all enjoy this.

Happy Holidays!
Fran

https://youtu.be/RT9lnHeHgfk

*For posterity, they are:

52574-R; 19163-A-1-4; "Lady of the Morning" - Piccadilly Players
52574-L; 19164-B-1-3; "On With The Dance!" - Piccadilly Players

52576-R; 19143-B-1-1; "Oklahoma Blues No.1" - Frankie Marvin and His Guitar
52576-L; 19144-A-1-1; The Two Gun Cowboy - Frankie Marvin and His Guitar

52607-R; 19232-B-1-1; "A High Silk Hat and a Walking Cane" -Frankie Marvin and His Guitar
52607-L; 19233-B-1-3; "It's Funny When You Feel That Way" - Frankie Marvin and His Guitar

52614-R; 18706-C-1-1[1-1]; "Mah Lindy Lou" - Vaughn De Leath
52614-L; 18716-C-1-2; "Marianna" - Vaughn De Leath
Francis; "i" for him, "e" for her
"Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while" - the unappreciative supervisor.


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 Post subject: Re: A little Frankie Marvin
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Ah... another Dual owner. :D I have a 1009, with a cartridge sled set up for DDs the same way. Being able to slide the sleds in and out easily is a great feature of these changers. I have a GE VR mono cart on one sled with an 003 stylus for 78s, a sled with a Pickering Stereo and conical stylus for LPs, and a sled with another Pickering and conical stylus cross wired for DDs.


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 Post subject: Re: A little Frankie Marvin
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gramophone-georg wrote:
Ah... another Dual owner. :D I have a 1009, with a cartridge sled set up for DDs the same way. Being able to slide the sleds in and out easily is a great feature of these changers. I have a GE VR mono cart on one sled with an 003 stylus for 78s, a sled with a Pickering Stereo and conical stylus for LPs, and a sled with another Pickering and conical stylus cross wired for DDs.

Nice, George!

You aren't kidding about the ease!

I have 3 or 4 sleds around with carts mounted for various applications, it makes swapping cart/stylus combos so simple. I also use a Miracord 10H setup dedicated for 78's, fed through an old Kodak film sound amp (12AX7/6L6) that I rebuilt earlier this year, in my little backroom mad scientist lab. :lol:

...and another Jukebox/PA amp (a ROWE "Customusic" 6EU7/6973), on the bench waiting for the holidays to end...

Happy Holidays!

Fran
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 Post subject: Re: A little Frankie Marvin
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 Post subject: Re: A little Frankie Marvin
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Here's another:

Edison DD 52607-L; "It's Funny When You Feel That Way" - Frankie Marvin and His Guitar

https://youtu.be/fm_yZIRdWuo
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 Post subject: Re: A little Frankie Marvin
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...and a couple more:

Edison DD 52576-R; "Oklahoma Blues No 1" - Frankie Marvin and His Guitar

https://youtu.be/KH8KhvWE93s


Edison DD 52576-L; "The Two Gun Cowboy" - Frankie Marvin and His Guitar

https://youtu.be/CrgSHghV31s
Francis; "i" for him, "e" for her
"Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while" - the unappreciative supervisor.


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 Post subject: Re: A little Frankie Marvin
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Great stuff!

Bill


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 Post subject: Re: A little Frankie Marvin
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Lucius1958 wrote:
Great stuff!

Bill

Thanks, Bill!
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