New 2-CD set of Louisville soul & doo-wop

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New 2-CD set of Louisville soul & doo-wop

Post by Jamie Miller » Sat Feb 15, 2014 12:07 pm

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Get it at Better Days in Lyles Mall at 2600 W. Broadway, or buy it from cdbaby.com

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ssderbytownvol1
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Re: New 2-CD set of Louisville soul & doo-wop

Post by jaha » Mon Feb 17, 2014 12:47 pm

neat!
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Re: New 2-CD set of Louisville soul & doo-wop

Post by maxson » Sat Feb 22, 2014 3:25 am

Thanks for sussing out the exact link. I wouldn't know anything about the subject. Intrigued enough I took the tour of 30-second listens of every song. Wow. That's all pretty damn interesting, much of it fun in the ear. A history I didn't know.

That the cover for this release of old music features a stylized skyline of the modern era just helps you to accept that the tracks crackle like the last copies of the vinyl on the planet.
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Re: New 2-CD set of Louisville soul & doo-wop

Post by Sean Bailey » Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:45 pm

Thanks for the heads up about this, Jamie! Definitely gonna go and pick up a copy!
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Re: New 2-CD set of Louisville soul & doo-wop

Post by Doug Walker » Fri Feb 28, 2014 11:22 am

maxson wrote:
Thanks for sussing out the exact link. I wouldn't know anything about the subject. Intrigued enough I took the tour of 30-second listens of every song. Wow. That's all pretty damn interesting, much of it fun in the ear. A history I didn't know.

That the cover for this release of old music features a stylized skyline of the modern era just helps you to accept that the tracks crackle like the last copies of the vinyl on the planet.

When you listened to the previews you didn't get any repeating songs? I listened to them all and it was the first 10 or so songs over and over with different titles. Could just be a browser issue or something. I'd be way more into this if there was a book accompanying it.
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Re: New 2-CD set of Louisville soul & doo-wop

Post by maxson » Sun Mar 02, 2014 2:28 am

Doug Walker wrote: get any repeating songs?
Good catch. I went through it all so fast, I was left with wanting a booklet to explain who the dude was who thought he could build a career by becoming the Louisville James Brown--"Good God!"--without realizing I was listening to repeated snippets from the same song. &tc. Continuing the observation that it's a hometown release. Nothing wrong with that...
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