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5/365 Everyone Is Guilty by Akron/Family

365: “Everyone Is Guilty” by Akron/Family

Not too long ago, I borrowed Akron/Family’s 2009 LP Set ‘Em Wild, Set ‘Em Free from a buddy. I’d never heard it before and so I sit down in my office and start to get the record ready. 119 more words

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78Man podcasts now on You Tube

The Podcasts are now being uploaded as videos to You Tube, with extra information about the records played. At the time of writing, the first three have been uploaded, and we aim to add them at the rate of one per week. 6 more words

78Man Podcast Number 11-The 1910s

The 11th 78Man Podcast showcases music from the 1910s. It is available on itunes HERE or on Soundcloud Here. Tracks heard on the Podcast are : 589 more words

Check your stylus: George Hamilton IV, "A Rose and a Baby Ruth" (1956)

(Above: The sort of thing you find in my house.)

Now that my dissertation on 1960s radio and race is completed, I finally get to read things that I… 896 more words

SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK (EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE)

SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK (and a little history)

East Side, West Side, all around the town
The kids sang “ring around rosie”, “London Bridge is falling down”

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78Man Podcast No. 8

The Eighth 78Man presents podcast focuses on the two George Formbys. It is available on iTunes Here or Souncloud Here .

George Formby senior was born James Lawler Booth on 4 October 1875 in Ashton-Under Lyne, Lancashire. 1,181 more words

78Man Presents Charles Penrose

Charles Penrose is remembered today as the singer of “The Laughing Policeman” but he made many other recordings under a variety of names over a long period. 278 more words

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