[Dixielandjazz] Not OKOM, but....
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Wed Jan 5 13:00:36 PST 2005
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From: "Fr M J (Mike) Logsdon" <mjl at ix.netcom.com>
To: <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>
Sent: 05 January 2005 19:35
Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Not OKOM, but....
> ... could definitely be of interest to some, recording-history-speaking.
> The New York Times
> January 5, 2005
> Twilight of the CD Gods? A Studio 'Tristan' May Be the Last Ever
> By MICHAEL WHITE
> LONDON, Jan. 4 - The EMI recording studios at Abbey Road in
> north London are always a surprise when you walk through the
> modest regency-villa facade and find yourself in a citadel
> of sound technology. It's like passing through some
> science-fiction barrier from one world into the next: a magical
> world that has embraced all categories of music making since
> the 1930's.
> It was here that the 16-year-old Yehudi Menuhin recorded
> Elgar's Violin Concerto under the composer's baton. Here
> that the Beatles made their soundtrack to the 60's,
.......and not forgetting Glenn Miller's AEF Orchestra in 1944.
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