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It's Pinko de Mayo!

Many of you know of my love for the orchestra Pink Martini. I don’t even remember at this point how I discovered them, but I’m always glad I did. 702 more words



How many of you remember jukeboxes?  How many of you have seen one in real life?  Long before iPods and other music players these were the way to hear music when you were out at places like a diner, a truck stop restaurant, or the burger/soda shops of days gone by.  121 more words


Intolerance in West Seattle

I don’t know how I heard about it. It was probably a movie ad in the newspaper, perhaps brought to my attention by my dad, who regularly perused that section of the paper. 461 more words


North Tonawanda History Museum takes in new Wurlitzer piano

By Mia Summerson
Niagara Gazette 4.15.15

A vintage Wurlitzer piano made in North Tonawanda has found its way home after being donated by a family in Delaware to the North Tonawanda History Museum. 607 more words


Korg Sv-1 and Nord Electro 2 Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer & Clavinet sample pack in Korg Kronos & Soundfont 2 format

I owned a Korg SV1 and Nord Electro Rack 2 before selling them to fund a Korg Kronos.
I especially loved the Rhodes on the SV1 and had a feeling that I would miss my usual custom Rhodes preset. 181 more words


Worlds Apart

Wurlitzer at the Theatre Organ Heritage Centre

Another world, time and place from Digital Music. This traditional Theatre, based in Eccles, Manchester, is an Organ Heritage Centre.   36 more words


The Organist and the Sailor

For many years Noreen Hennessy was quite the character in Sydney, where she worked as the resident organist at the Prince Edward Theatre. Now, I was surprised to discover that theatres and cinemas (and the Prince Edward doubled as both things) had resident organists long after the transition from silent films to talkies – but they did, and they were often very famous and popular. 349 more words