... a lot has happened (in the technological advancements for sound reproduction) in the last 15 years. They can now take an unplayable acetate or 78, make a scan on a computer and have programs to extract music out of the photos of the grooves. For both the legacy of your family (IMHO your father was a very fascinating read) and the immortal Bubber Miley, I think you may want to look into it. I will try to find the links for you and write to you off list (they were listed on 78L if I am not mistaken), if you are interested
all the best
--- On Wed, 7/1/09, pryordodge <pryordodge@...> wrote:
From: pryordodge <pryordodge@...>
Subject: [RedHotJazz] Re: Roger Pryor Dodge was Lord Let Me In The Lifeboat !
Date: Wednesday, July 1, 2009, 3:15 PM
About 15 years ago.
> How long ago was the transfer/issue attempted? Technology seems to have
> really skyrocketed lately.
> Ron L
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> Subject: [RedHotJazz] Re: Roger Pryor Dodge was Lord Let Me In The Lifeboat
> Miley recordings - he used Black & Tan and Zulus among others in his dance
> performances (he did a touring gig with Miley). The recordings were never
> issued; they weren't of sufficient technical quality and Zulus, from an
> initial transfer attempt, has playback problems. What do you suggest I do?
> > Thanks Pryor and everybody.
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