Add to EJ Playlist **No it didn't damage the needle in the slightest**
A video with playback of the "record". I have discovered that this track is "Comme Ci, Comme Ca" and the last track (#5) is "Midnight in Paris" By Duke Ellington. Still trying to identify the actual album. It's been suggested by Neoteric Films that the album may be Duke Ellington And His Orchestra -- Ellington Fantasies
UPDATE: The second attempt failed due to there being some sort of residue on the stamper and the glue stuck to that ;)
***I can't believe this video has over 150,000 views. Nice to see so many vinyl enthusiasts out there. ***
Add to EJ Playlist Update:
The original recording for this was posted to Digg, with one of the comments being:
"The voice sounds like a rapidly processing IVR voice "inaudible option....Dial 5.....inaudible option.....Dial 6" going through over and over. Not sure what it could be used for, almost certainly commercial."
IVR stands for "interactive voice response" pointing to the possibility that this is some sort of malfunctioning telephone equipment being broadcasted.
Well, this is a case of "back so soon".
I've captured this example 1 notch up from the last recording, with the BFO compensating for the extra 1kHz which is further away from the annoying data beacon.
I'm not even sure if this is a numbers station - until I know otherwise, I'm going to call it a numbers station, because, it sounds like one.
Another possibility is that's some sort of aeronautical beacon, but you'd go flipping insane trying to keep up with whatever is being read out.
Pirates? Drug runners? Pandas? Santa?
It's even more bizarre not knowing what the heck it is...
Add to EJ Playlist Cornelis Gerardus Hendricus Steijn (beter bekend als Cor Steyn) (Leiden, 22 december 1906 - Hilversum, 17 november 1965) was een Nederlands musicus, die vooral bekendheid kreeg als medewerker van de VARA.
Cor Steyn was een muzikaal wonderkind: Vanaf zijn vijfde kreeg hij piano- en vioollessen en al op twaalfjarige leeftijd deed hij in 1918 vervroegd toelatingsexame n van het Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag. In 1920 begeleidde hij stomme film op de piano en trad hij voor het eerst op als concertpianist. Toen zijn vader door een ongeval arbeidsongeschi kt raakte, brak de jonge Cor zijn studie af om als barpianist de kost voor het gezin te verdienen
Add to EJ Playlist Now available on vinyl / digital download via Minimal Wave
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From TV show "Vinger in de Pap", BRT 1982
Dett Peyskens & Hilde Van Roy (vocals), Walter Verdin (synthesizer), Chris Poelmans (drums) & Karel Vereertbrugghen (bass:-)
(degenerated video tape and dirty video heads... we try to make a better copy)
Add to EJ Playlist - Recorded live for television . This appearance was one of the few promotional attempts to keep the band alive during the "Dressed To Kill" period. "She" included Ace's guitar solo. It and "Deuce" were broadcast when the show aired on July 11, 1975 (show #124). "Black Diamond," with a repeat of "Deuce," was broadcast on November 28, 1975 (show #141). "C'mon And Love Me" was never broadcast (Gooch, Suhs - KISS Alive Forever).
- The video of "Black Diamond" is included in stunning color on the "Burt Sugarman's The Midnight Special Legendary Performances - 1975" DVD. On the "KISSology Vol. 1" DVD the video is in black and white, though "She" is in color.
Add to EJ Playlist Opening theme intros to mostly crime-themed action shows that aired in syndication between the late 1950s and early 1960s. World of Giants, Cannonball, Everglades, Assignment Underwater, African Patrol, Police Station, Mike Hammer, Case of the Dangerous Robin, That Man Dawson, Johnny Midnight, Brothers Brannigan, King of Diamonds, Miami Undercover, Shannon, Coronado 9, International Detective, The Cheaters, Four Just Men, Third Man, Maigret, Edgar Wallace Mystery Theater, Sentimental Agent, The Saint, Man of the World
Add to EJ Playlist Quite rare and largely forgotten theme intros to shows that made their debuts between 1960-1964: Follow the Sun, Cain's Hundred, East Side West Side, Robert Taylor The Detectives, Bus Stop, Destry, Outlaws, National Velvet, Dick Powell Show, Richard Boone Show, Chrysler Theatre, Empire, Stoney Burke, Wide Country, Llyod Bridges Show, The Lieutenant, Stagecoach West, Overland Trail, Great Adventure, Profiles in Courage, Hollywood and the Stars, Mr. Novak, Arrest and Trial, The Defenders, Slattery's People, Dante, Michael Shayne, Hong Kong, Target: The Corruptors, New Breed.
Add to EJ Playlist Abandoned by his wife, André is on his own. His wish is to get away from a father who is slowly giving up on life and from a brother who only thinks about killing. Then, he makes a strange dream. In a deserted house, he meets a beautiful woman with whom he indulges in bizarre games.
The day after, his job brings him to a downtown apartment. The tenant, Hortense, looks like the stranger of his dream
(Source : L'annuaire du cinéma québécois 1988)
Cast : Lothaire Bluteau (André), Carole Laure (Hortense)
Dir: Jean Chabot