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"I just wanted you to know the CD arrived safe and sound yesterday. This recording was made at a local radio station in Greenwood, SC, in the early 1950's. My father sang with a gospel quartet that had its own radio show at the time. This is the only known recording we have of my dad singing and I am thrill to have been able to preserve it for future generations. This recording had been neglected and abused over the years, so I thought I would never be able to hear it again, but you have brought it back to life. Thanks so much,"

Time Machine – 1950s


Artist/Band
Song/Piece
Genre
Audio Trigger
Joe Jones You Talk Too Much Rock/Funny Trigger
The Playmates Beep Beep Rock/Funny Trigger
Bill Emerson & His Virginia Mountaineers Jesse James Country/Bluegrass Trigger
Louis Prima Felicia No Capicia Italian Popular/Funny Trigger
Louis Prima Please No Squeeza Da Banana Italian Popular/Funny Trigger
Disneyland Fantasy Land promo Children Trigger
Disneyland Adventure Land promo Children Trigger
Paul Petersen Little Boy Sad Rock Trigger
Elvis Presley Interview with Elvis in his dressing room Radio Interview Trigger
Elvis Presley Are You Lonesome Tonight Rock Trigger
The Skyliners Pennies From Heaven Swing/Rock Trigger
Randy and the Rainbows Debbie Rock Trigger
Gene Autry Home On The Range Country/Western Trigger
Fabian Turn Me Loose 50′s Rock Trigger
Dizzy Gillespie and Stan Getz One Alone Jazz Trigger
Oscar Peterson Come Rain Or Shine Jazz Trigger
Harry James Fair And Warmer Swing Trigger
Edith Piaf Non, Je ne regrette rien French chanson Trigger
Jacques Brel Quand on n’a que l’amour French chanson Trigger

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Customer Testimonials
"I just wanted you to know the CD arrived safe and sound yesterday. This recording was made at a local radio station in Greenwood, SC, in the early 1950's. My father sang with a gospel quartet that had its own radio show at the time. This is the only known recording we have of my dad singing and I am thrill to have been able to preserve it for future generations. This recording had been neglected and abused over the years, so I thought I would never be able to hear it again, but you have brought it back to life. Thanks so much,"