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Chicago Rare Coin Auction Sets New Records
 
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The US Coin Auction at the 80th Anniversary Central States Numismatics Society Coin Show delivered some trueuly rare and very valuable coins. A new record price for a Kennedy Half Dollar , a very rare 1982 transitional error penny, and many more awesome coins. Identify your US Coins and see what they are worth in the Official USA Coins Red Book : http://amzn.to/2equxEI Visit the World Numismatic News Website here : https://goo.gl/eDJK6w You can also follow the World Numismatic News on social media to keep up to date with the latest in coin and banknote news. Twitter : https://twitter.com/realwnn Facebook : https://goo.gl/cw7ycn Sign up for the WNN Newsletter here : https://goo.gl/aDZztg Thank you for watching. If you have any questions or comments or suggestions, please let me know in the comment section. Useful Resources : Check all your USA Variety Coins against the Cherrypicker's Guide : http://amzn.to/2vREnWr Read up about valuable coins found in pocket change : http://amzn.to/2wuJ4Yu Get a Powerful Loupe to inspect your coins with : http://amzn.to/2vRCBVv Identify your World Coins with the Standard Catalog of World Coins : http://amzn.to/2gqhm7D Keep Your Coin Collection Safe with these supplies: Archival Safe, pvc free, Clear Coin Flips - http://amzn.to/2wYGj4E Cardboard Coin Flips - http://amzn.to/2wqREJn Coin Collector's Starter Kit - http://amzn.to/2wqQXQj
Views: 3958 World Numismatic News
1982 Copper Penny Worth $10 000!
 
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A second example of the long rumored 1982 D copper small date penny has now been dis covered. This after the first copy o f this rare coin was found only in 2016. The very rare transitional error coin also sold for more than $10 000. So we take a look at this rare and valuable coin that you can look for in your pocket change. Check all your USA Variety Coins against the Cherrypicker's Guide : http://amzn.to/2vREnWr Visit the World Numismatic News Website here : https://goo.gl/eDJK6w You can also follow the World Numismatic News on social media to keep up to date with the latest in coin and banknote news. Twitter : https://twitter.com/realwnn Facebook : https://goo.gl/cw7ycn Sign up for the WNN Newsletter here : https://goo.gl/aDZztg Thank you for watching. If you have any questions or comments or suggestions, please let me know in the comment section. Useful Resources : Or Identify your US Coins and see what they are worth in the Official USA Red Book : http://amzn.to/2equxEI Read up about valuable coins found in pocket change : http://amzn.to/2wuJ4Yu Get a Powerful Loupe to inspect your coins with : http://amzn.to/2vRCBVv Identify your World Coins with the Standard Catalog of World Coins : http://amzn.to/2gqhm7D Keep Your Coin Collection Safe with these supplies: Archival Safe, pvc free, Clear Coin Flips - http://amzn.to/2wYGj4E Cardboard Coin Flips - http://amzn.to/2wqREJn Coin Collector's Starter Kit - http://amzn.to/2wqQXQj
Views: 9011 World Numismatic News
When You Can't Find A Death Record | Ancestry
 
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We all know the importance of finding documentation about the facts we put into our family tree. But, what happens when you can't find the records you need? Join Crista Cowan for a look at all the places you find death information. Start Your Journey Today: http://www.ancestry.com/s89537/t38352/rd.ashx Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsc0AQkAh_2cQmxqwD6VWRw?sub_confirmation=1 About Ancestry: Bringing together science and self-discovery, Ancestry helps everyone, everywhere discover the story of what led to them. Our sophisticated engineering and technology harnesses family history and consumer genomics, combining billions of rich historical records and millions of family trees to over 10 million and counting to provide people with deeply meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from. We’ve pioneered and defined this category, developing new innovations and technologies that have reinvented how people make family history discoveries. And these discoveries can give everyone a greater sense of identity, relatedness, and their place in the world. Connect with Ancestry: Visit Ancestry’s Official Site: https://www.ancestry.com/ Like Ancestry on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ancestry/ Follow Ancestry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ancestry Follow Ancestry on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ancestry When You Can't Find A Death Record | Ancestry https://www.youtube.com/user/AncestryCom
Views: 23342 Ancestry
What Records Exist and Where Do I Find Them? | Barefoot Genealogist | Ancestry
 
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Do you know how to find out if the records you need to answer your genealogy question even exist? Join Crista Cowan for a look at some basic research processes that will help you find answers to your family history questions. She will share the two major resources (the Ancestry Card Catalog and the Family History Wiki) that you need to know about and how best to use them to determine if the record you want exists and if it is online. Subscribe: http://po.st/AncestrySubscribe About Ancestry: Bringing together science and self-discovery, Ancestry helps everyone, everywhere discover the story of what led to them. Our sophisticated engineering and technology harnesses family history and consumer genomics, combining billions of rich historical records, millions of family trees, and samples from almost 10 million people in the AncestryDNA database to provide people with deeply meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from. We’ve pioneered and defined this category, developing new innovations and technologies that have reinvented how people make family history discoveries. And these discoveries can give everyone a greater sense of identity, relatedness, and their place in the world. Connect with Ancestry: Visit Ancestry’s Official Site: https://www.ancestry.com/ Like Ancestry on Facebook: http://po.st/AncestryFacebook Follow Ancestry on Twitter: http://po.st/Ancestry_Twitter Follow Ancestry on Instagram: http://po.st/AncestryInstagram What Records Exist and Where Do I Find Them? | Barefoot Genealogist | Ancestry https://www.youtube.com/user/AncestryCom
Views: 11602 Ancestry
Genealogy Introduction—Census Records at the National Archives
 
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PROGRAM: Know Your Records Program - Introduction to Genealogy (5 of 5 videos) LECTURE TITLE: Census Records by Constance Potter LECTURE DESCRIPTION: Archivist Constance Potter discusses U.S. Federal Census records from 1790 to 1930 and how they can be used for genealogical research. Census records are available in digital or microfilm form. LECTURER'S BIOGRAPHY: Constance Potter, an archivist at the National Archives in Washington, DC, specializes in federal records of interest to genealogists. She worked on the release of the 1920 and 1930 censuses.  She is the editor for "Genealogy Notes" in Prologue, the Journal of the National Archives and has written about the history of the National Archives for the Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly and various topics for Prologue.  Potter is a regular speaker at the Federation of Genealogical Societies, the National Genealogical Society, the National Institute on Genealogical Research as well as local genealogical groups in Virginia and Maryland. Learn more about the Know Your Records program at http://www.archives.gov/calendar/know-your-records.
Views: 17909 US National Archives
Byron G. Harlan "Can't You See" Edison Standard Record 10347 (1910)
 
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Byron G. Harlan sings "Can't You See?" on Edison Standard Record 10347, issued in 1910. Words are by Alfred Bryan (1871-1958). Music is by Albert Gumble (1883-1946). Byron G. Harlan was born on August 29, 1861. The tenor became known as half of a popular duo, but Harlan made many records without Arthur Collins. Harlan specialized in sentimental ballads and rube numbers. He was born in Kansas as George Byron Harlan. An Edison catalog states that his birthplace was Lynn, Kansas, but Harlan's widow reported that the singer was born in Paris, Kansas. His father, George Winchester Harlan, moved the family to Sioux City, Iowa, to begin a brick business, then moved the family to Canton, South Dakota, where he operated an overland stage. The young Byron G. Harlan joined touring companies. Walsh writes in the March 1965 issue of Hobbies, "He got his first chance in...show business when Gus Brigham, a traveler for 'the Yanes Piano House,' heard him singing while he was working as a hotel clerk in South Dakota, and told the manager of the Hess Opera Company about him. Harlan became a member of the Newton Beers' 'Lost In London' company, then was with Hoyt's 'A Texas Steer' for three and one-half years..." At age 24 "he went to Chicago and studied music...After gaining valuable theatrical experience by his appearances in opera, he accepted a part with Otis Harlan in A Texas Steer. Later he became a producer and had a company of his own. His singing of 'coon' and 'rag' songs gained him much renown and when the phonograph came into general use he became an Edison artist." Harlan formed his own "Lost In London" theatrical company and by 1899 reached Orange, New Jersey. Walter Miller, Edison's recording director, invited Harlan to make cylinders. Harlan's first record may be "Please, Mr. Conductor, Don't Put Me Off The Train," issued as Edison 7219 in the autumn of 1899. From the beginning he was associated with sentimental numbers. Harlan settled in Orange for the rest of his life and was a personal friend of Thomas A. Edison. Walsh writes in "The Funny Side of the Phonograph World" published in the May 1952 issue of American Record Guide, "When Byron was married, the inventor gave him the then latest model Edison cylinder phonograph as a wedding present, and when Mr. and Mrs. Harlan's daughter was graduated from high school, he presented her with an Official Model Diamond Disc instrument." Harlan made no Berliners. He made early Columbia discs though discs with low catalog numbers usually featured other singers on initial pressings, Harlan being issued on later pressings. Victor discs followed a session on October 31, 1902. On this date he worked as a solo artist but also was teamed with Arthur Collins, perhaps for the first time (in the previous year, Collins cut duets with tenor Joe Natus). Collins and Harlan recorded five titles during that Victor session. Around 1902, Harlan recorded ten Edison selections with whistler Joe Belmont. From 1901 to 1909 he made 50 Edison recordings with fellow Orange resident Frank C. Stanley. The two recorded for other companies, He was paired often with Steve Porter in rube sketches. His earliest regular partner was bass A.D. Madeira. An Edison ensemble called the Big Four Quartet combined the duo Harlan and Madeira with the duo Collins and Natus, and from this sprang eventually the team of Collins and Harlan. He probably cut more material for Leeds & Catlin in 1905 than any other artist. He was especially successful with "child" ballads, or songs with lyrics featuring a child's point of view. The February 1907 issue of Edison Phonograph Monthly states, "Mr. Harlan occupies an almost unique position in the talking machine world as a singer of these songs." A popular rube song is "They Gotta Quit Kickin' My Dawg Aroun'." It was among the first records he made after recovering from a serious illness in 1911 (Collins worked with Albert Campbell until Harlan was well again). The January 1912 issue of Edison Phonograph Monthly, announcing the March release of "I Want To Be Down Home In Dixie" performed by Collins and Harlan on Amberol 948, states, "Mr. Harlan is just getting around again after his long illness, and his voice sounds fresher and more pleasing than ever." In the 1910s Harlan as solo artist recorded fewer sentimental numbers. Songs with child or "kid" themes remained fashionable for female singers such as Irene Franklin and Frances White but not for male singers. Companies increasingly relied upon Will Oakland and Manuel Romain for sentimental material. Harlan as a solo artist performed mostly as a rube singer, sometimes using the name Cyrus Pippins. Other pseudonyms include Deacon Treadway (for Pathé), Bert Terry, Byron Holland, Chester Lincoln, and Cy Stebbins. He died on September 11, 1936. Byron G. Harlan "Can't You See" Edison Standard Record 10347 (1910)
Views: 9 Tim Gracyk
Service Cloud Omni Feature Demo
 
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With Service Cloud Omni, companies can deliver faster service and greater agent efficiency by routing the right work to the right agents in real-time.
Views: 25337 Salesforce
Mina Hickman "Mexico" American Record Company RARE 1905 (popular before Ada Jones)
 
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Mina Hickman sings "Mexico" on an American Record Company disc issued around 1905. American Record Company ‎– 031001 Before Ada Jones began recording regularly in 1905, Mina Hickman was arguably the industry's leading female recording artist. In the early 1900s she probably worked most often for Columbia, typical titles being "Lullaby" (658) and "Pretty Molly Shannon" (659). The company issued several discs of Hickman singing with bass William F. Hooley, including early numbers 101, 102, and 103. Many early Columbia records featured anonymous soprano voices, and Hickman is undoubtedly on some of these. Hickman's first records for Eldridge R. Johnson's new Victor Talking Machine Company were cut on April 29, 1901, and she worked for the company until 1905. The sole performance issued from her 1901 session was "When I Think of You" (seven-inch 751). Several 1903 performances were issued, including "Killarney," "For All Eternity," and "Under The Bamboo Tree." None of the five titles cut during her final session on March 14, 1905, was issued. She recorded for Zon-o-phone from 1901 to 1904. Solo numbers include "Under the Bamboo Tree" (nine-inch 5413), "Under the Deodar" (nine-inch 5414), and "Laughing Water" (nine-inch 5778). The May 10, 1901, catalog lists four numbers that she sang with tenor J.J. Taylor, including "The Kiss Duet" (seven-inch 9570). In 1901 she made with Harry Macdonough two Edison Standard records, "When Two Little Hearts Are One" (7975) and "Tale of the Bumblebee" (7976). She recorded a 1902 song closely associated with stage performer Lillian Russell, "Come Down, Ma Evenin' Star." Hickman's versions were issued as Columbia 955 and Zon-o-phone 5292. Some of her last records were made for the American Record Company, with four records issued in February 1905: "Mexico" (031001), "On Llawana's Shore" (031002), "Sylvie" (030932), and "My Little Canoe" (030847). American also issued some Ada Jones titles. From this point on--for a decade--Jones would be the industry's dominant female artist of popular material.
Views: 30 Tim Gracyk
Francisco and his Cuban Boys - Esperanza - Standard T-1007-B
 
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Title: Esperanza Artist: Francisco and his Cuban Boys Record Label: Standard Catalog Number: T-1007-B Matrix Number: T1007B Recording Format: 78 Notes: Hope. View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website: http://frontera.library.ucla.edu/recordings/esperanza-23 This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at: http://www.arhoolie.org For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz. http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/publications/book/arhoolie-foundations-strachwitz-frontera-collection-mexican-and-mexican-american The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!
Views: 137 Frontera Collection
Our visit to Record Industry, one of world's largest vinyl pressing plants !
 
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Newsletter ▶https://authenticsound.leadpages.co/join/ Subscribe ▶https://www.youtube.com/c/authenticsound?sub_confirmation=1 All recordings ▶http://authenticsound.be/youtube.html ============================================== You know that Authentic Sound will become a platform for more than a YouTube channel alone. On of the projects that keeps us busy, is the recording label Authentic Sound Records. We are about to start to record Bach's partitas on our Studer Tape Recorder for release on vinyl on May 15th, 2017. In this video, we take you for a quick visit to Record Industry, one of the world's largest vinyl pressing plants in Haarlem, The Netherlands. Here is a bit of the history of this fascinating plant: (quoted from their website: http://www.recordindustry.com/index.php) In 1958 the pressing plant was founded by Dirk Slinger who was an oil trader. His sons Casper Dirk and Wim were responsible for running the plant under the name Artone, manufacturing only 7" records. The factory did not have a cutting studio and galvanic department yet. Lacquers were cut in Germany by mister Kliewer and metalparts were made by Vox-Imago also based in Germany. Because there was not enough room inside the pressing plant, a few years later Artone started their own galvanics in the Kruistraat, in the centre of Haarlem. In 1966 CBS bought a 50% share in Artone, and they started a printing company that year to make their own sleeves too. The first sleeve they printed made was for a Nancy Sinatra record, "Like I do". In 1962 they added 12" vinyl pressing and in 1969 CBS (Colombia) took over full ownership. In the seventies demand for vinyl was growing rapidly and CBS pressed more than 50 million records every year. Of Michael Jackson's album "Thriller" over 35 million copies were pressed in Haarlem in the eighties. The plants main focus was pressing the CBS catalog that was then merged with Sony Music. The plant was their most important vinyl production facility for Europe. In June 1998 Record Industry took over operation of the plant. Since then, a lot of effort, energy and knowledge has been invested in maintenance and development of the machinery, combining new techniques with the existing ones. History Quality What remained the same was the high Japanese quality standard, which Record Industry adopted from Sony Music Entertainment, and still use as the standard to live up to. As a result, the quantities of records being pressed went up drastically, from 2 million records per year in 1998 to almost 7 million in 2004. At the moment there is ahughe demand world wide for vinyl capacity. We have therefore enlarged our capacity by adding a double shift to the production, we're investing in new technology and hiring and training new staff. Record Industry strongly believes in a future for vinyl especially in the high quality audiophile market and we expect there will always be a demand for for that. ====================================================== Connect with me on: Facebook ▶https://www.facebook.com/Authentic-Sound-601076609974303/ Twitter ▶https://twitter.com/_WimWinters Website: ▶http://www.authenticsound.be
Views: 3619 AuthenticSound
Luis Ortiz - Congo Baila - Standard F-4008-A
 
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Title: Congo Baila Artist: Luis Ortiz Accompaniment: Y Su Grupo, vocal: Yayo Y Alvarado Record Label: Standard Catalog Number: F-4008-A Matrix Number: 10-209-A Recording Format: 78 Notes: The Congo Dance. Cantan Yayo y Alvarado. View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website: http://frontera.library.ucla.edu/recordings/congo-baila-0 This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at: http://www.arhoolie.org For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz. http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/publications/book/arhoolie-foundations-strachwitz-frontera-collection-mexican-and-mexican-american The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!
Byron G. Harlan "Can't You See" Edison Standard Record 10347 (1910)
 
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Byron G. Harlan sings "Can't You See?" on Edison Standard Record 10347, issued in 1910. Words are by Alfred Bryan (1871-1958). Music is by Albert Gumble (1883-1946). Byron G. Harlan was born on August 29, 1861. The tenor became known as half of a popular duo, but Harlan made many records without Arthur Collins. Harlan specialized in sentimental ballads and rube numbers. He was born in Kansas as George Byron Harlan. An Edison catalog states that his birthplace was Lynn, Kansas, but Harlan's widow reported that the singer was born in Paris, Kansas. His father, George Winchester Harlan, moved the family to Sioux City, Iowa, to begin a brick business, then moved the family to Canton, South Dakota, where he operated an overland stage. The young Byron G. Harlan joined touring companies. Walsh writes in the March 1965 issue of Hobbies, "He got his first chance in...show business when Gus Brigham, a traveler for 'the Yanes Piano House,' heard him singing while he was working as a hotel clerk in South Dakota, and told the manager of the Hess Opera Company about him. Harlan became a member of the Newton Beers' 'Lost In London' company, then was with Hoyt's 'A Texas Steer' for three and one-half years..." At age 24 "he went to Chicago and studied music...After gaining valuable theatrical experience by his appearances in opera, he accepted a part with Otis Harlan in A Texas Steer. Later he became a producer and had a company of his own. His singing of 'coon' and 'rag' songs gained him much renown and when the phonograph came into general use he became an Edison artist." Harlan formed his own "Lost In London" theatrical company and by 1899 reached Orange, New Jersey. Walter Miller, Edison's recording director, invited Harlan to make cylinders. Harlan's first record may be "Please, Mr. Conductor, Don't Put Me Off The Train," issued as Edison 7219 in the autumn of 1899. From the beginning he was associated with sentimental numbers. Harlan settled in Orange for the rest of his life and was a personal friend of Thomas A. Edison. Walsh writes in "The Funny Side of the Phonograph World" published in the May 1952 issue of American Record Guide, "When Byron was married, the inventor gave him the then latest model Edison cylinder phonograph as a wedding present, and when Mr. and Mrs. Harlan's daughter was graduated from high school, he presented her with an Official Model Diamond Disc instrument." Harlan made no Berliners. He made early Columbia discs though discs with low catalog numbers usually featured other singers on initial pressings, Harlan being issued on later pressings. Victor discs followed a session on October 31, 1902. On this date he worked as a solo artist but also was teamed with Arthur Collins, perhaps for the first time (in the previous year, Collins cut duets with tenor Joe Natus). Collins and Harlan recorded five titles during that Victor session. Around 1902, Harlan recorded ten Edison selections with whistler Joe Belmont. From 1901 to 1909 he made 50 Edison recordings with fellow Orange resident Frank C. Stanley. The two recorded for other companies, He was paired often with Steve Porter in rube sketches. His earliest regular partner was bass A.D. Madeira. An Edison ensemble called the Big Four Quartet combined the duo Harlan and Madeira with the duo Collins and Natus, and from this sprang eventually the team of Collins and Harlan. He probably cut more material for Leeds & Catlin in 1905 than any other artist. He was especially successful with "child" ballads, or songs with lyrics featuring a child's point of view. The February 1907 issue of Edison Phonograph Monthly states, "Mr. Harlan occupies an almost unique position in the talking machine world as a singer of these songs." A popular rube song is "They Gotta Quit Kickin' My Dawg Aroun'." It was among the first records he made after recovering from a serious illness in 1911 (Collins worked with Albert Campbell until Harlan was well again). The January 1912 issue of Edison Phonograph Monthly, announcing the March release of "I Want To Be Down Home In Dixie" performed by Collins and Harlan on Amberol 948, states, "Mr. Harlan is just getting around again after his long illness, and his voice sounds fresher and more pleasing than ever." In the 1910s Harlan as solo artist recorded fewer sentimental numbers. Songs with child or "kid" themes remained fashionable for female singers such as Irene Franklin and Frances White but not for male singers. Companies increasingly relied upon Will Oakland and Manuel Romain for sentimental material. Harlan as a solo artist performed mostly as a rube singer, sometimes using the name Cyrus Pippins. Other pseudonyms include Deacon Treadway (for Pathé), Bert Terry, Byron Holland, Chester Lincoln, and Cy Stebbins. He died on September 11, 1936.
Views: 454 Tim Gracyk
How to Find Pre-1850 Ancestors | Ancestry
 
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Join Ancestry's own barefoot genealogist, Crista Cowan, as she shows you the answer to this week's question: How do I find my ancestors before 1850? Start Your Journey Today: http://www.ancestry.com/s89910/t38352/rd.ashx Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsc0AQkAh_2cQmxqwD6VWRw?sub_confirmation=1 About Ancestry: Bringing together science and self-discovery, Ancestry helps everyone, everywhere discover the story of what led to them. Our sophisticated engineering and technology harnesses family history and consumer genomics, combining billions of rich historical records and millions of family trees to over 10 million and counting to provide people with deeply meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from. We’ve pioneered and defined this category, developing new innovations and technologies that have reinvented how people make family history discoveries. And these discoveries can give everyone a greater sense of identity, relatedness, and their place in the world. Connect with Ancestry: Visit Ancestry’s Official Site: https://www.ancestry.com/ Like Ancestry on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ancestry/ Follow Ancestry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ancestry Follow Ancestry on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ancestry How to Find Pre-1850 Ancestors | Ancestry https://www.youtube.com/user/AncestryCom
Views: 104645 Ancestry
Alberto Iznaga - Te Espero - Standard T-1005-B
 
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Title: Te Espero Artist: Alberto Iznaga Accompaniment: And His “Siboney” Orchestra, vocal: J. Gonzalez Record Label: Standard Catalog Number: T-1005-B Matrix Number: T1005B Recording Format: 78 Notes: Longing For You. Vocal in Spanish by J. Gonzalez. View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website: http://frontera.library.ucla.edu/recordings/te-espero-8 This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at: http://www.arhoolie.org For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz. http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/publications/book/arhoolie-foundations-strachwitz-frontera-collection-mexican-and-mexican-american The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!
Are You Saving That Record to the Right Person in Your Family Tree? | Ancestry
 
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Sometimes you find records through hints. Sometimes you find them through suggested records. And, sometimes you find them through searching. No matter how you get to the record, you need to be sure you are saving the right record to the right person. Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at how to make sure you are saving the right records to the right people in the right way. Start Your Journey Today: http://www.ancestry.com/s89107/t38352/rd.ashx Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsc0AQkAh_2cQmxqwD6VWRw?sub_confirmation=1 About Ancestry: Bringing together science and self-discovery, Ancestry helps everyone, everywhere discover the story of what led to them. Our sophisticated engineering and technology harnesses family history and consumer genomics, combining billions of rich historical records and millions of family trees to over 10 million and counting to provide people with deeply meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from. We’ve pioneered and defined this category, developing new innovations and technologies that have reinvented how people make family history discoveries. And these discoveries can give everyone a greater sense of identity, relatedness, and their place in the world. Connect with Ancestry: Visit Ancestry’s Official Site: https://www.ancestry.com/ Like Ancestry on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ancestry/ Follow Ancestry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ancestry Follow Ancestry on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ancestry Are You Saving That Record to the Right Person in Your Family Tree? | Ancestry https://www.youtube.com/user/AncestryCom
Views: 9019 Ancestry
My grandfather's crane Plumbing Catalogue 1915.
 
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Here is a look at a Crane Plumbing Catalogue that was printed sometime in 1915. Has a lot of old-vintage stuff we have never seen before! I was surprised what the contents of this book was, and it has something that might peak you guys' interest. I might flip through the pages pretty fast but the filesize gets bigger and bigger the longer you film. xD I hope this gets you guys interested.
Views: 833 Lil'Cinnamon
Orquidea Pino & José Moneró - El Matrimonio Feliz - Standard F-4004-B
 
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Title: El Matrimonio Feliz Artist: Orquidea Pino & José Moneró Accompaniment: With A. Mendez Orchestra Record Label: Standard Catalog Number: F-4004-B Matrix Number: 10-173 Recording Format: 78 Notes: Added 7/25/07. View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website: http://frontera.library.ucla.edu/recordings/el-matrimonio-feliz-0 This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at: http://www.arhoolie.org For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz. http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/publications/book/arhoolie-foundations-strachwitz-frontera-collection-mexican-and-mexican-american The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!
Mina Hickman "Sylvie" American Record Company 030932 RARE 1905 (popular before Ada Jones)
 
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Mina Hickman sings "Sylvie" on American Record Company disc #030932. This was recorded in late 1904 and issued in February 1905. Before Ada Jones began recording regularly in 1905, Mina Hickman was arguably the industry's leading female recording artist. In the early 1900s she probably worked most often for Columbia, typical titles being "Lullaby" (658) and "Pretty Molly Shannon" (659). The company issued several discs of Hickman singing with bass William F. Hooley, including early numbers 101, 102, and 103. Many early Columbia records featured anonymous soprano voices, and Hickman is undoubtedly on some of these. Hickman's first records for Eldridge R. Johnson's new Victor Talking Machine Company were cut on April 29, 1901, and she worked for the company until 1905. The sole performance issued from her 1901 session was "When I Think of You" (seven-inch 751). Several 1903 performances were issued, including "Killarney," "For All Eternity," and "Under The Bamboo Tree." None of the five titles cut during her final session on March 14, 1905, was issued. She recorded for Zon-o-phone from 1901 to 1904. Solo numbers include "Under the Bamboo Tree" (nine-inch 5413), "Under the Deodar" (nine-inch 5414), and "Laughing Water" (nine-inch 5778). The May 10, 1901, catalog lists four numbers that she sang with tenor J.J. Taylor, including "The Kiss Duet" (seven-inch 9570). In 1901 she made with Harry Macdonough two Edison Standard records, "When Two Little Hearts Are One" (7975) and "Tale of the Bumblebee" (7976). She recorded a 1902 song closely associated with stage performer Lillian Russell, "Come Down, Ma Evenin' Star." Hickman's versions were issued as Columbia 955 and Zon-o-phone 5292. Some of her last records were made for the American Record Company, with four records issued in February 1905: "Mexico" (031001), "On Llawana's Shore" (031002), "Sylvie" (030932), and "My Little Canoe" (030847). American also issued some Ada Jones titles. From this point on--for a decade--Jones would be the industry's dominant female artist of popular material.
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Alfredo Mendez - El Cojo - Standard T-1003-A
 
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Title: El Cojo Artist: Alfredo Mendez Accompaniment: & His Orchestra Record Label: Standard Catalog Number: T-1003-A Matrix Number: T-1003A Recording Format: 78 Notes: Additions 3/7. Vocal in Spanish by: G. Del Toro. View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website: http://frontera.library.ucla.edu/recordings/el-cojo-0 This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at: http://www.arhoolie.org For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz. http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/publications/book/arhoolie-foundations-strachwitz-frontera-collection-mexican-and-mexican-american The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!
Sam F & TastyTreat - Wavy (feat. Sophie Rose) [Official Music Video] | Dim Mak Records
 
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Sam F & TastyTreat "Wavy (feat. Sophie Rose)" OUT NOW on DIM MAK Spotify: http://smarturl.it/SamF-TT_Wavy/spotify | Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/SamF-TT_Wavy/applemusic Beatport: http://smarturl.it/SamF-TT_Wavy/beatport | iTunes: http://smarturl.it/SamF-TT_Wavy/itunes Rising-stars Sam F and TastyTreat catch a vibe on the free-spirited “Wavy,” featuring Sophie Rose. Propelled by velvety pop cadences and future bass beats, the single beams feel-good vibes. Director: Stefan Vleming Sam F Facebook: http://facebook.com/djsamf Sam F Twitter: http://twitter.com/djsamf Sam F Instagram: http://instagram.com/therealsamf Sam F SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/djsamf TastyTreat Facebook: http://facebook.com/tastytreatmusic TastyTreat Twitter: http://twitter.com/tastytreatmusic TastyTreat Instagram: http://instagram.com/tastytreatmusic TastyTreat SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/tastytreatmusic Sophie Rose Facebook: http://facebook.com/sophierosemusic/ Sophie Rose Twitter: http://twitter.com/sophierosemusic Sophie Rose Instagram: http://instagram.com/sophierosemusic/ Sophie Rose SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/sophierosemusic --- Dim Mak Facebook: http://facebook.com/dimmak Dim Mak Twitter: http://twitter.com/dimmak Dim Mak Instagram: http://instagram.com/dimmak Dim Mak SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/dimmakrecords Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1iIt8r4 By Any Means Necessary In 1996, Steve Aoki founded DIM MAK and developed it into an influential independent record label and music lifestyle brand. Responsible for launching the careers of seminal acts such as Bloc Party, The Bloody Beetroots, The Chainsmokers, Deorro, Keys N Krates and countless others, the independently owned DIM MAK has consistently pushed new musical movements via its staunch DIY ethos. With a back catalog hundreds of records deep, a history of legendary live events, and a fully formed clothing line, Dim Mak continues its global mission of promoting boundary-pushing music and culture ‘by any means necessary.’
Views: 11068 DIM MAK
Otis Redding - Merry Christmas Baby (Atco Records 1967)
 
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"Merry Christmas Baby" is an R & B Christmas standard written by Lou Baxter and Johnny Moore. The original 1947 version by Johnny Moore's Three Trailblazers (featuring singer/pianist Charles Brown (musician), is the definitive version of this song. Otis Ray Redding, Jr. (September 9, 1941 – December 10, 1967) was an American singer-songwriter, record producer, arranger, and talent scout. He is considered one of the greatest singers in the history of American popular music and a seminal artist in soul and rhythm and blues. His singing style was powerfully influential among soul artists of 1960s and helped exemplify the Stax sound. Born and raised in the US state of Georgia, Redding quit school at age 15 to support his family, working with Little Richard's backing band, the Upsetters, and also performing at talent shows for prize money. In 1958, he joined Johnny Jenkins's band, the Pinetoppers, and toured the Southern states as a driver and musician. An unscheduled appearance on a Stax recording session led to a contract and his first single, "These Arms of Mine," in 1962. Stax released Redding's debut album Pain in My Heart two years later. Initially popular mainly with African Americans, Redding later reached a wider American popular music audience. Along with his group, he first played small gigs in the American South, then performed in the western states at the popular Los Angeles night club Whisky a Go Go. European appearances included London, Paris and other major cities. After appearing at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, Redding wrote and recorded his iconic "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" with Steve Cropper. The song became the first posthumous number-one record on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B charts after his death in a plane crash. The Dock of the Bay became the first posthumous album to reach number one on the UK Albums Chart. Redding's premature death devastated Stax. Already on the verge of bankruptcy, the label soon discovered that Atlantic Records owned the rights to his entire song catalog. Redding received many posthumous accolades, including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. He received the honorific nickname King of Soul. In addition to "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay," "Respect" and "Try a Little Tenderness" are among his best-known songs. Merry Christmas baby Sure do treat me nice Merry Christmas baby Sure do treat me nice Bought me a diamond ring for Christmas I feel like I'm in paradise I feel mighty fine, y'all I've got music on my radio Feel mighty fine, girl I've got music on my radio, ho, ho, ho I feel like I'm gonna kiss you Standing beneath that mistletoe Santa came down the chimney Half past three, y'all Left all them good ole presents For my baby and for me, ha, ha, ha Merry Christmas baby Sure do treat me nice You bought me all those good ole presents I love you baby rest of my life Merry Christmas, girl Merry, merry, merry Christmas baby Sure do treat me nice Merry Christmas baby I said you sure do treat me nice You bought all those lovely things, yeah I feel like I'm in paradise I wish you a merry Christmas baby Happy new year, ha A merry Christams, honey Everything here is beautiful I love you, baby For everything that you give me I love you, honey...
Views: 7471871 ChristmasTimeTV
Byron G. Harlan "Mamma's Boy" American Record disc circa 1904
 
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Byron G. Harlan sings "Mamma's Boy" on an American Record disc issued circa 1904. Music is by J. Fred Helf. Words are by Harry Sinclair. Harlan was born on August 29, 1861. The tenor became known as half of a popular duo, but Harlan made many records without Arthur Collins. Harlan specialized in sentimental ballads and rube numbers. He was born in Kansas as George Byron Harlan. An Edison catalog states that his birthplace was Lynn, Kansas, but Harlan's widow reported that the singer was born in Paris, Kansas. His father, George Winchester Harlan, moved the family to Sioux City, Iowa, to begin a brick business, then moved the family to Canton, South Dakota, where he operated an overland stage. The young Byron G. Harlan joined touring companies. Walsh writes in the March 1965 issue of Hobbies, "He got his first chance in...show business when Gus Brigham, a traveler for 'the Yanes Piano House,' heard him singing while he was working as a hotel clerk in South Dakota, and told the manager of the Hess Opera Company about him. Harlan became a member of the Newton Beers' 'Lost In London' company, then was with Hoyt's 'A Texas Steer' for three and one-half years..." At age 24 "he went to Chicago and studied music...After gaining valuable theatrical experience by his appearances in opera, he accepted a part with Otis Harlan in A Texas Steer. Later he became a producer and had a company of his own. His singing of 'coon' and 'rag' songs gained him much renown and when the phonograph came into general use he became an Edison artist." The statement that he was famous for singing "coon" and "rag" songs is curious since he almost never recorded such songs as a solo artist. Harlan formed his own "Lost In London" theatrical company and by 1899 reached Orange, New Jersey. Walter Miller, Edison's recording director, invited Harlan to make cylinders. Harlan's first record may be "Please, Mr. Conductor, Don't Put Me Off The Train," issued as Edison 7219 in the autumn of 1899. From the beginning he was associated with sentimental numbers. Harlan settled in Orange for the rest of his life and was a personal friend of Thomas A. Edison. Walsh writes in "The Funny Side of the Phonograph World" published in the May 1952 issue of American Record Guide, "When Byron was married, the inventor gave him the then latest model Edison cylinder phonograph as a wedding present, and when Mr. and Mrs. Harlan's daughter was graduated from high school, he presented her with an Official Model Diamond Disc instrument." Harlan made no Berliners. He made early Columbia discs though discs with low catalog numbers usually featured other singers on initial pressings, Harlan being issued on later pressings. Victor discs followed a session on October 31, 1902. On this date he worked as a solo artist but also was teamed with Arthur Collins, perhaps for the first time (in the previous year, Collins cut duets with tenor Joe Natus). Collins and Harlan recorded five titles during that Victor session. Around 1902, Harlan recorded ten Edison selections with whistler Joe Belmont. From 1901 to 1909 he made 50 Edison recordings with fellow Orange resident Frank C. Stanley. The two recorded for other companies, He was paired often with Steve Porter in rube sketches. His earliest regular partner was bass A.D. Madeira. An Edison ensemble called the Big Four Quartet combined the duo Harlan and Madeira with the duo Collins and Natus, and from this sprang eventually the team of Collins and Harlan. He probably cut more material for Leeds & Catlin in 1905 than any other artist. He was especially successful with "child" ballads, or songs with lyrics featuring a child's point of view. The February 1907 issue of Edison Phonograph Monthly states, "Mr. Harlan occupies an almost unique position in the talking machine world as a singer of these songs." A popular rube song is "They Gotta Quit Kickin' My Dawg Aroun'." It was among the first records he made after recovering from a serious illness in 1911 (Collins worked with Albert Campbell until Harlan was well again). The January 1912 issue of Edison Phonograph Monthly, announcing the March release of "I Want To Be Down Home In Dixie" performed by Collins and Harlan on Amberol 948, states, "Mr. Harlan is just getting around again after his long illness, and his voice sounds fresher and more pleasing than ever." In the 1910s Harlan as solo artist recorded fewer sentimental numbers. Songs with child or "kid" themes remained fashionable for female singers such as Irene Franklin and Frances White but not for male singers. Companies increasingly relied upon Will Oakland and Manuel Romain for sentimental material. Harlan as a solo artist performed mostly as a rube singer, sometimes using the name Cyrus Pippins. Other pseudonyms include Deacon Treadway (for Pathé), Bert Terry, Byron Holland, Chester Lincoln, and Cy Stebbins. He died on September 11, 1936.
Views: 203 Tim Gracyk
RDA for Copy Catalogers: The Basics
 
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An ALCTS webinar. Copy cataloging often involves matching an existing bibliographic record to an item. Determining whether or not a bibliographic record is a match can depend upon knowing what guidelines were used in the construction of the description. This webinar seeks to provide an understanding of the variations in bibliographic description that occur within a shared cataloging environment when a variety of rules guide the process of record creation. The primary focus is on the application of specific RDA guidelines in the creation of bibliographic description through the use of excerpts from RDA, sample title pages, and sample bibliographic records. Special attention is paid to the basic principles and organization of RDA, and its relationship to FRBR. Examples highlight the variation in descriptions that can result from the application of RDA guidelines and options, as well as how these descriptions vary from those based on the application of AACR2. Presented on 09/09/2015 by Vicki Sipe.
Views: 4582 alctsce
Ada Jones "Oh You Blondy!" Edison Standard Record 10384 issued 1910
 
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Ada Jones sings "Oh You Blondy!" on Edison Standard Record 10384, issued in 1910. Words are by Arthur Longbrake. Music is by Eddie Edwards. Ada Jones lived from June 1, 1873, to May 2, 1922. She was the leading female recording artist in the acoustic recording era, especially popular from 1905 to 1912 or so. Her singing range was limited, but she was remarkably versatile, successful with vaudeville sketches, sentimental ballads, hits from Broadway shows, British music hall material, "coon" and ragtime songs, and Irish comic songs. She was known for an ability to mimic dialects. Victor catalogs listed roles at which she excelled: "Whether Miss Jones' impersonation be that of a darky wench, a little German maiden, a 'fresh' saleslady, a cowboy girl, a country damsel, Mrs. Flanagan or an Irish colleen, a Bowery tough girl, a newsboy or a grandmother, it is invariably a perfect one of its kind." Columbia catalogs as late as 1921 stated: "Miss Jones is without question the cleverest singer of soubrette songs, popular child ballads and popular ragtime hits adaptable for the soprano voice now recording for any Company. She is also one of the most popular singers in the record field and her records have been heard in all quarters of the globe. Her duet records with Mr. [Walter] Van Brunt, unique and entertaining as they are, have also come in for unlimited popular approval." Despite this high praise in Columbia's 1921 catalog, very little of her vast output was available by the early 1920s. For example, of the nearly two hundred titles that she recorded for Columbia from 1904 to 1917, only six remained in the catalog by 1921--five duets and one solo effort, "Cross My Heart and Hope To Die." She was born in her parents' home at 78 Manchester Street in Oldham, Lancashire, England. Her father, James Jones, ran an inn, or public house, named The British Flag--the original building no longer stands. Her mother's maiden name was Ann Jane Walsh. Ada was baptized on June 15 in Oldham's St. Patrick's Church as Ada Jane Jones. Her birth was registered on August 18, 1873. The family moved to Philadelphia by 1879 (documents show that a brother was born there in that year). Her mother died and her father remarried. Ada's stepmother, Annie Douglas Maloney, encouraged Ada to make stage appearances, and "Little Ada Jones" was on the cover of sheet music in the early 1880s. One example is the sheet music for Harry S. Miller's "Barney's Parting" (1883). The January 1921 issue of Farm and Fireside duplicates an 1886 photograph showing Ada Jones as "Jack, a stable boy with song." Ada's stepmother had been hired to make or mend drapes for the Edison company. The Jones family at that time lived nearby in Newark, New Jersey. It is likely that at the studio she saw an opportunity for her talented stepdaughter. Ada's earliest recordings were brown wax cylinders made for Edison in late 1893 or early 1894 (no recording logs of this period exist). Two surviving cylinders are "Sweet Marie" (North American 1289), a song by Raymon Moore, and "The Volunteer Organist" (North American 1292). They are among the earliest commercial recordings of a female singing as a solo artist. Estimating how many female singers preceded Jones is difficult. Moreover, nothing is known of singers such as "Miss Lillian Cleaver, the phenomenal contralto of the Howard Burlesque Co."--she is included in an 1892 New Jersey Phonograph Company catalog described by Jim Walsh in the October 1958 issue of Hobbies. Though Jones would later win fame as a performer of comic numbers, her brown wax cylinders give no hint of her comic talents. During most of her recording years she resided in Huntington Station, Long Island, New York. She died of uremic poisoning (kidney failure) in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, on May 2, 1922, while on a performing tour. Ada Jones is buried in Saint Patrick's Cemetery in Huntington, New York (Section C, Plot 70).
Views: 284 Tim Gracyk
US National Anthem The Star Spangled Banner Sung by John McCormack
 
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Victor single-sided "Victrola" Red Seal record of John McCormack singing "The Star Spangled Banner". Played on my beautiful Victor VV-XVII Victrola. This machine features gold-plated hardware and beautiful red mahogany finish. It was Victor's most expensive standard catalog machine when made in 1917. 10-inch record features versus 1 and 2 of the US National Anthem.
Views: 69 okbridges
Meet North Carolina
 
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Creator(s): U.S. Information Agency. 1982-10/1/1999 (Most Recent) Series: Moving Images Relating to U.S. Domestic and International Activities , 1982 - 1999 Record Group 306: Records of the U.S. Information Agency, 1900 - 2003 Date: ca. early 1950s Original Description: The grandeur of the Great Smokies, the rolling beauty of the Blue Ridge, the historic North Carolina coast are brought to the screen in superb natural color. You'll visit Manteo, to witness scenes from the "Lost Colony" pageant. You'll explore the picturesque but little·known Outer Banks. You'll see and hear one of the famous tobacco auctioneers as he conducts a tobacco sale. You'll be shown a panorama of year-round sports, against a back-drop of gorgeous scenery from mountain top to blue sea. Description Source: "Teaching Aids Concerning the Publishing Industry" published by Esso Standard Oil Company and reproduced in Robert L. Hurley's 1956 Master's thesis "The Esso Refinery, Everett, Mass.: an Analysis and Evaluation of Its Public Relations Policies and Practices" (https://open.bu.edu/handle/2144/17190) Contact(s): National Archives at College Park - Motion Pictures (RDSM), National Archives at College Park 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001 Phone: 301-837-3540, Fax: 301-837-3620, Email: [email protected] National Archives Identifier: 50841 Local Identifier: 306.4611 Catalog: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/50841
Views: 32508 US National Archives
Luis Ortiz - Niegame - Standard F-4014-A
 
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Title: Niegame Artist: Luis Ortiz Accompaniment: Y Su Grupo, vocal: Yayo Y Alvarado Record Label: Standard Catalog Number: F-4014-A Matrix Number: 10-213 Recording Format: 78 Notes: Deny It To Me. Cantan Yayo y Alvarado. View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website: http://frontera.library.ucla.edu/recordings/niegame-0 This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at: http://www.arhoolie.org For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz. http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/publications/book/arhoolie-foundations-strachwitz-frontera-collection-mexican-and-mexican-american The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!
Francisco and his Cuban Boys - El Torero Se Fué - Standard T-1007-A
 
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Title: El Torero Se Fué Artist: Francisco and his Cuban Boys Record Label: Standard Catalog Number: T-1007-A Matrix Number: T1007A Recording Format: 78 Notes: The Torero Is Gone. View more information about this and other recordings at the University of California at Los Angeles' Frontera website: http://frontera.library.ucla.edu/recordings/el-torero-se-fu%C3%A9-0 This recording is from the Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Collection of Mexican American and Mexican Recordings. For more information about the Arhoolie Foundation visit our website at: http://www.arhoolie.org For detailed information about the Frontera Collection read the book The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings by Agustín Gurza with Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz. http://www.chicano.ucla.edu/publications/book/arhoolie-foundations-strachwitz-frontera-collection-mexican-and-mexican-american The Arhoolie Foundation does not sell the music in the Frontera collection. We welcome your comments and suggestions but we can not sell you this music in any format. Thank you! - La Fundación Arhoolie no vende la música en la colección Frontera. Le damos la bienvenida a sus comentarios y sugerencias, pero no podemos venderle esta música en ningún formato. ¡Gracias!
Views: 118 Frontera Collection
Byron G. Harlan “Let’s Go In To A Picture Show” Edison Standard Record 10269
 
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Byron G. Harlan sings “Let’s Go In To A Picture Show” on Edison Standard Record 10269. Byron G. Harlan was born on August 29, 1861. The tenor became known as half of a popular duo, but Harlan made many records without Arthur Collins. Harlan specialized in sentimental ballads and rube numbers. He was born in Kansas as George Byron Harlan. An Edison catalog states that his birthplace was Lynn, Kansas, but Harlan's widow reported that the singer was born in Paris, Kansas. His father, George Winchester Harlan, moved the family to Sioux City, Iowa, to begin a brick business, then moved the family to Canton, South Dakota, where he operated an overland stage. The young Byron G. Harlan joined touring companies. Walsh writes in the March 1965 issue of Hobbies, "He got his first chance in...show business when Gus Brigham, a traveler for 'the Yanes Piano House,' heard him singing while he was working as a hotel clerk in South Dakota, and told the manager of the Hess Opera Company about him. Harlan became a member of the Newton Beers' 'Lost In London' company, then was with Hoyt's 'A Texas Steer' for three and one-half years..." At age 24 "he went to Chicago and studied music...After gaining valuable theatrical experience by his appearances in opera, he accepted a part with Otis Harlan in A Texas Steer. Later he became a producer and had a company of his own. His singing of 'coon' and 'rag' songs gained him much renown and when the phonograph came into general use he became an Edison artist." Harlan formed his own "Lost In London" theatrical company and by 1899 reached Orange, New Jersey. Walter Miller, Edison's recording director, invited Harlan to make cylinders. Harlan's first record may be "Please, Mr. Conductor, Don't Put Me Off The Train," issued as Edison 7219 in the autumn of 1899. From the beginning he was associated with sentimental numbers. Harlan settled in Orange for the rest of his life and was a personal friend of Thomas A. Edison. Walsh writes in "The Funny Side of the Phonograph World" published in the May 1952 issue of American Record Guide, "When Byron was married, the inventor gave him the then latest model Edison cylinder phonograph as a wedding present, and when Mr. and Mrs. Harlan's daughter was graduated from high school, he presented her with an Official Model Diamond Disc instrument." Harlan made no Berliners. He made early Columbia discs though discs with low catalog numbers usually featured other singers on initial pressings, Harlan being issued on later pressings. Victor discs followed a session on October 31, 1902. On this date he worked as a solo artist but also was teamed with Arthur Collins, perhaps for the first time (in the previous year, Collins cut duets with tenor Joe Natus). Collins and Harlan recorded five titles during that Victor session. Around 1902, Harlan recorded ten Edison selections with whistler Joe Belmont. From 1901 to 1909 he made 50 Edison recordings with fellow Orange resident Frank C. Stanley. The two recorded for other companies, He was paired often with Steve Porter in rube sketches. His earliest regular partner was bass A.D. Madeira. An Edison ensemble called the Big Four Quartet combined the duo Harlan and Madeira with the duo Collins and Natus, and from this sprang eventually the team of Collins and Harlan. He probably cut more material for Leeds & Catlin in 1905 than any other artist. He was especially successful with "child" ballads, or songs with lyrics featuring a child's point of view. The February 1907 issue of Edison Phonograph Monthly states, "Mr. Harlan occupies an almost unique position in the talking machine world as a singer of these songs." A popular rube song is "They Gotta Quit Kickin' My Dawg Aroun'." It was among the first records he made after recovering from a serious illness in 1911 (Collins worked with Albert Campbell until Harlan was well again). The January 1912 issue of Edison Phonograph Monthly, announcing the March release of "I Want To Be Down Home In Dixie" performed by Collins and Harlan on Amberol 948, states, "Mr. Harlan is just getting around again after his long illness, and his voice sounds fresher and more pleasing than ever." In the 1910s Harlan as solo artist recorded fewer sentimental numbers. Songs with child or "kid" themes remained fashionable for female singers such as Irene Franklin and Frances White but not for male singers. Companies increasingly relied upon Will Oakland and Manuel Romain for sentimental material. Harlan as a solo artist performed mostly as a rube singer, sometimes using the name Cyrus Pippins. Other pseudonyms include Deacon Treadway (for Pathé), Bert Terry, Byron Holland, Chester Lincoln, and Cy Stebbins. He died on September 11, 1936.
Views: 287 Tim Gracyk
WE BROKE THE STICK SHIFT CORVETTE WORLD RECORD!!! UNREAL PASS!
 
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Five Reasons You Are Not Finding Your Ancestor | Ancestry
 
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You have searched and searched and searched and are still coming up empty when looking for information about a particular family line. Join Crista Cowan for a look at five possible reasons why you might not be finding your ancestor. Even one of them could provide you with the spark of an idea you need to bust right through that #genealogy brick wall. Start Your Journey Today: http://www.ancestry.com/s89497/t38352/rd.ashx Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsc0AQkAh_2cQmxqwD6VWRw?sub_confirmation=1 About Ancestry: Bringing together science and self-discovery, Ancestry helps everyone, everywhere discover the story of what led to them. Our sophisticated engineering and technology harnesses family history and consumer genomics, combining billions of rich historical records and millions of family trees to over 10 million and counting to provide people with deeply meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from. We’ve pioneered and defined this category, developing new innovations and technologies that have reinvented how people make family history discoveries. And these discoveries can give everyone a greater sense of identity, relatedness, and their place in the world. Connect with Ancestry: Visit Ancestry’s Official Site: https://www.ancestry.com/ Like Ancestry on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ancestry/ Follow Ancestry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ancestry Follow Ancestry on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ancestry Five Reasons You Are Not Finding Your Ancestor | Ancestry https://www.youtube.com/user/AncestryCom
Views: 75614 Ancestry
"He Didn't Know How To Use It" Billy Heins 1904 American Record Company disc BIOGRAPHY OF BILLY HEIN
 
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Billy Heins sings "He Didn't Know How To Use It," comic number issued in 1904 on American Record Company disc #030899. Billy Heins recorded comic and topical numbers for various companies. In 1898 he made three Edison cylinders: "I Want Them Presents Back" (1136), "Hugh McCue" (1137), and "Baby Lize" (1138). In 1899 he made cylinders with the Ancient City Quartet as part of a minstrel series, with numbers ranging from 4700 to 4705. A typical number is "Remus Take The Cake" (4703). He was among the first to make Zon-o-phone discs (seven-inch and nine-inch ones), beginning in 1900. In 1904 he recorded "Dis-pos-zes Means Move" (5954), "Down On The Brandywine" (5955), "Follow The Merry Crowd" (5958), "Hooray For A Holiday" (5965), and "Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis" (5972). These are nine-inch discs. The September 1905 American Record catalog identifies Heins as a baritone. He recorded for American in 1904 and 1905 such titles as "Bill Was There" (030563), "The Color Was Wrong" (030898), and "Money Was Made For Coons To Spend" (030897). As far as is known, these were his final recorded performances as a solo artist. He cut comic routines with Billy Golden in 1917 following the death on March 21, 1917, of Golden's recording partner James Marlowe. One Golden and Heins Victor disc features "A Trip To Paradise" backed by "The Death Of Towser" (35641), recorded on May 24, 1917. The other Victor disc, also twelve-inch, features "In A Bird Store" and "Up For Sentence" (35659). The two made Paramount and Okeh discs around this time. For Rex they cut "A Scheme To Enter Heaven" (5478). For Edison, Golden and Heins made seven Diamond Discs and a number of Blue Amberols, such as "Colored Recruits" (3546) and "Aunt Phoebe's Wedding Day" (4421). In the August 1973 issue of Hobbies, Jim Walsh stated that the comedian "was still living about 20 years ago." Social Security records show that a William Heins was born on November 29, 1874, and died in New York in July 1971. Whether this was the recording artist is unknown.
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"My Little Canoe" Mina Hickman (most popular female to make records before Ada Jones?) 1904
 
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Mina Hickman sings "My Little Canoe" on American Record Company disc #030847 from 1904, issued early 1905. Before Ada Jones began recording regularly in 1905, Mina Hickman was arguably the industry's leading female recording artist. In the early 1900s she probably worked most often for Columbia, typical titles being "Lullaby" (658) and "Pretty Molly Shannon" (659). The company issued several discs of Hickman singing with bass William F. Hooley, including early numbers 101, 102, and 103. Many early Columbia records featured anonymous soprano voices, and Hickman is undoubtedly on some of these. Hickman's first records for Eldridge R. Johnson's new Victor Talking Machine Company were cut on April 29, 1901, and she worked for the company until 1905. The sole performance issued from her 1901 session was "When I Think of You" (seven-inch 751). Several 1903 performances were issued, including "Killarney," "For All Eternity," and "Under The Bamboo Tree." None of the five titles cut during her final session on March 14, 1905, was issued. She recorded for Zon-o-phone from 1901 to 1904. Solo numbers include "Under the Bamboo Tree" (nine-inch 5413), "Under the Deodar" (nine-inch 5414), and "Laughing Water" (nine-inch 5778). The May 10, 1901, catalog lists four numbers that she sang with tenor J.J. Taylor, including "The Kiss Duet" (seven-inch 9570). In 1901 she made with Harry Macdonough two Edison Standard records, "When Two Little Hearts Are One" (7975) and "Tale of the Bumblebee" (7976). She recorded a 1902 song closely associated with stage performer Lillian Russell, "Come Down, Ma Evenin' Star." Hickman's versions were issued as Columbia 955 and Zon-o-phone 5292. Some of her last records were made for the American Record Company, with four records issued in February 1905: "Mexico" (031001), "On Llawana's Shore" (031002), "Sylvie" (030932), and "My Little Canoe" (030847). American also issued some Ada Jones titles. From this point on--for a decade--Jones would be the industry's dominant female artist of popular material.
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Finding the Maiden Names of Women in Your Family Tree | Ancestry
 
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Join Ancestry's own barefoot genealogist, Crista Cowan, as she shows you the answer to this week's question: How do I find the maiden names of women in my family tree? Start Your Journey Today: http://www.ancestry.com/s89864/t38352/rd.ashx Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsc0AQkAh_2cQmxqwD6VWRw?sub_confirmation=1 About Ancestry: Bringing together science and self-discovery, Ancestry helps everyone, everywhere discover the story of what led to them. Our sophisticated engineering and technology harnesses family history and consumer genomics, combining billions of rich historical records and millions of family trees to over 10 million and counting to provide people with deeply meaningful insights about who they are and where they come from. We’ve pioneered and defined this category, developing new innovations and technologies that have reinvented how people make family history discoveries. And these discoveries can give everyone a greater sense of identity, relatedness, and their place in the world. Connect with Ancestry: Visit Ancestry’s Official Site: https://www.ancestry.com/ Like Ancestry on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ancestry/ Follow Ancestry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ancestry Follow Ancestry on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ancestry Finding the Maiden Names of Women in Your Family Tree | Ancestry https://www.youtube.com/user/AncestryCom
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Blake Shelton - Footloose (Official Music Video)
 
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Blake Shelton - Footloose (Official Music Video) From the album Music From The Motion Picture Footloose Check out the Blake Shelton Official Music Videos Playlist! https://bit.ly/2DlxP9P Subscribe to Blake’s channel for all the best and latest official music videos, official audio, albums, behind the scenes, live performances and more! https://bit.ly/2Hjua0h See Blake on the road! https://www.blakeshelton.com/tour Get your Blake Shelton merchandise here! https://store.blakeshelton.com/ Explore Blake’s iconic music catalog! https://BlakeShelton.lnk.to/discography Stay in touch with Blake! Website: http://www.blakeshelton.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blakeshelton/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/blakeshelton Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blakeshelton/ The official YouTube channel of Blake Shelton. Warner Music Nashville’s Blake Shelton is a country music heavyweight with over 25 #1 hit songs like “God Gave Me You”, “Boys 'Round Here”, “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking”, “Honey Bee” and “I’ll Name The Dogs”. His iconic catalog also includes 6 #1 albums such as Red River Blue, Bringing Back The Sunshine, If I’m Honest and Texoma Shore. A celebrated singer, songwriter, musician and coach of Team Blake on hit TV show “The Voice”, Blake has redefined what it means to be an entertainment superstar. And if that weren’t enough, Blake also dabbles in the finer things by way of his Ole Red bar and restaurants, inspired by hit song "Ol' Red", and his award-winning Smithworks vodka. With every turn, Blake continues to expand his own and country music's horizons. #BlakeShelton #TeamBlake #Footloose
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2019 Florida Million Dollar Rare Coin Auction Highlights
 
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The Florida United Numismatics Coin Show, or FUN Show, has obtained a reputation as a destination event on the annual Numismatic calendar. And the 2019 show has lived up to that reputation with the Signature coin auction realizing more than $43 million in rare coins sold. Get the Official Guidebook to USA Coins, the 'Red Book' : http://amzn.to/2equxEI Visit the World Numismatic News Website here : https://goo.gl/eDJK6w You can also follow the World Numismatic News on social media to keep up to date with the latest in coin and banknote news. Twitter : https://twitter.com/realwnn Facebook : https://goo.gl/cw7ycn Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/105100411374964295533 Sign up for the WNN Newsletter here : https://goo.gl/aDZztg Thank you for watching. If you have any questions or comments or suggestions, please let me know in the comment section. Useful Resources : Check all your USA Variety Coins against the Cherrypicker's Guide : http://amzn.to/2vREnWr Read up about valuable coins found in pocket change : http://amzn.to/2wuJ4Yu Get a Powerful Loupe to inspect your coins with : http://amzn.to/2vRCBVv Identify your World Coins with the Standard Catalog of World Coins : http://amzn.to/2gqhm7D Keep Your Coin Collection Safe with these supplies: Archival Safe, pvc free, Clear Coin Flips - http://amzn.to/2wYGj4E Cardboard Coin Flips - http://amzn.to/2wqREJn Coin Collector's Starter Kit - http://amzn.to/2wqQXQj
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Vengince - "Police States of America" Unable Records - Official Lyric Video
 
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http://www.KrankTV.com - Vengince - "Police States of America" - Like this video? Come see thousands more at the Net's largest, uncensored, completely d.i.y. music video site, KrankTV.com! We've got News, Games, Contests and the stuff that we can't show on YouTube! Free! Uncensored! Triggered! KrankTV.com! *** iTunes: www.itunes.com/vengince Amazon: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KBK3ZKU Other Purchase Link: www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/music/album/vengince/against-the-tide/8d6kgx0sl0xj Vengince - "Police States of America" Unable Records - Official Lyric Video Artist city, country: Oakland, California, U.S.A. Artist Biography: Vengince is a thrash/metal/hardcore band hailing from Oakland, California. Originally formed in 1994, Vengince has been around the block a few times. Over the past seventeen years the band has risen from the local music scene, through the underground, and into an internationally known act. Since their formation, Vengince has put out three full length albums, racked up over 20,000 catalog sales, and has appeared on numerous compilations totaling over 50,000 copies, TV shows, radio stations, magazines, over 600 live shows in over twenty countries and forty states! Throughout the years, the band has played well over one thousand live shows, while touring through forty-two states and thirty different countries. They have shared the stage with countless national and international acts such as Slipknot, Korn, Slayer, Disturbed, Godsmack, Hatebreed, Lamb of God, Machine Head and many others. Most recently, Vengince appeared on the main stage at several U.S. festivals and had a short run of headline shows across the Western U.S. Following this, Vengince completed a 32-show co-headlining tour with Ektomorf (AFM/Nuclear Blast). Director Name: Trey Xavier Producer Name: Vengince Artist Website: http://www.vengince.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/venginceband Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/vengince Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/vengince ReverbNation: http://www.reverbnation.com/vengince BandCamp: http://vengince.bandcamp.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/vengince94 Label Name: Unable Records Label Website: http://www.unablerecords.com Song Lyrics: "Police States of America" False Sense of Freedom, Brainwashed slaves Inside invisible cages, Our rights engraved Our freedoms robbed, We’re told what to say Their rules we play, Their rules we pray They are coming for us, We’ll have nothing left We won’t be prisoners, In our homeland x2 National debt, borrowed money, foreign aid, Police states of America Citizens detained, privacy restrained, martial law, Police states of America. They are coming for us, We’ll have nothing left We won’t be prisoners, In our homeland x2 Founding Fathers shamed, once a liberated nation The true gold standard, The reserve currency Rotten politicians, Unconstitutional Last chance is coming, The take-over has begun. They are coming for us, We’ll have nothing left We won’t be prisoners, In our homeland x2 National debt, borrowed money, foreign aid, Police states of America Citizens detained, privacy restrained, martial law, Police states of America *** Check out the BlankTV official website: http://www.BlankTV.com/ Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BlankTV Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/#!/blanktv Upvote us on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/BlankTV Check out the new merch! http://www.blanktv.bigcartel.com/
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Seven Mary Three - Strangely At Home Here
 
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BIOGRAPHY Seven Mary Three are a quintessentially American band. Guitar. Guitar. Bass. Drums. An arsenal of chords and the truth. It's this simplicity coupled with a bond with each other and their fans over a fifteen year career that has kept the band moving forward long after many of their contemporaries have disbanded. It's their personal powerful songs that have sustained the band through mainstream flirtations with ska, swing, electronica, emo, and (insert the next big thing here). Seven Mary Three continues to develop its following because they continue to evolve musically while connecting with the listener. With a string of top ten singles from the massive hit "Cumbersome" to 2001s "Wait" under their belt, the band has continually found a home on the radio. Yet there's so much more to Seven Mary Three than the songs that have fared so well on the charts. Powerful lyrics. A depth in songwriting. Seven Mary Three's fans cling to every word Jason Ross emits from his soft to raspy voice. Whether it's fiction or personal truth, each song holds a story that means so much more than just singing along. This is a band that had a platinum debut, charted each of their first four albums while, and continues to produce vital music while building a groundswell of critical acclaim in the process. Formed in 1993 while teenagers at the College of William & Mary in Virginia, Seven Mary Three took their name from the 70s cult TV show CHiPs. After a few years of honing their sound in Virginia clubs, the band began to turn heads in their native Florida with their self-released debut Churn. The song "Cumbersome" found support at hometown rock station WJRR in Orlando, and when added to rotation in early 1995 the song sparked an immediate reaction from fans and the industry. A record deal with Mammoth/Atlantic soon followed, and band members managed to graduate from college in May, re-record much of Churn to form their major label debut American Standard (1995) in June, have a hit single nationwide with "Cumbersome" in August, and enjoy a platinum release by years end. Both "Water's Edge" and "My My" from the debut also found their way into the top 10, and Seven Mary Three lived on the road supporting the record and building its reputation as a powerful live act. A parting of Mammoth and Atlantic held up release of Seven Mary Three's follow-up Rock Crown (1997). The record explored darker and more personal material, highlighted by the acoustic top ten single "Lucky". Fans often mention Rock Crown as their favorite Seven Mary Three release. The band's third release Orange Avenue (1998) is a more straightforward pop/rock album with great songs like the top ten single "Over Your Shoulder" and haunting "Each Little Mystery". Album number four, The Economy of Sound (2001), found the band back on Mammoth with their most accomplished record to date. Soaring vocals. Insightful lyrics. The album brought the band much deserved critical acclaim while continuing their string of top ten singles with "Wait". Recorded with Brain Paulson (Wilco, Beck, The Jayhawks), Dis/Location (2004) is a down and dirty rock record driven by big riffs and a sonic overload. Seven Mary Three returned to the studio with Paulson to record day&nightdriving (2008) a perfect marriage of surging dark rock anthems and quiet introspective acoustic songs. Inspired by the changing landscape of the music industry, Seven Mary Three formed its own record company in 2008 called Settle Up Records, and re-released their long out of print debut Churn. In addition to standard release formats, the band sold a deluxe version of Churn exclusively on their website and social networking platforms. In November 2009, Settle Up Records released Backbooth in standard and deluxe formats. Recorded in Orlando, FL at a private show for its' most passionate fans, Backbooth documents Seven Mary Three in its' simplest form--great songs, mostly acoustic instrumentation, and an intimate setting. In addition to classic Seven Mary Three songs ("Lucky", "Wait"), the record includes previously unreleased ("Untitled") and rare ("Don't Walk With the Devil") gems from their catalog, and a stunning cover of Otis' Reddings "That's How Strong My Love Is". Seven Mary Three is first and foremost a live band, having toured with Aerosmith, Matchbox Twenty, and Three Doors Down and headlining countless festivals and club shows. In the past five years, the band has performed at multiple NASCAR races, opened the National Hockey League season for the NY Islanders, and performed at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game that aired nationally on ESPN. Seven Mary Three is currently on tour and working on their seventh studio album. SEVEN MARY THREE: Jason Ross: vocals, guitar Casey Daniel: bass Thomas Juliano: guitar Mike Levesque: drums
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Bob Woods on The Process of Remastering Classic Telarc Albums
 
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Craft Recordings has honored the legacy of Telarc Records by re-releasing four of its most famous titles in their long and storied catalog on vinyl LP for the first time in over thirty-five years. The LPs being reissued come from Telarc’s initial Soundstream recordings, which were digitalized recordings made on an Analogic MP8016 16-bit Analog to Digital convertor with a three-bit sync pattern and an even parity bit added to form a 20-bit word. These digital recordings were so good that even converted to analog LP, they set the gold standard for how digital recordings were made to transfer to vinyl that stood well into the future. The four LPs include Robert Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus performing Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite & Borodin’s Polovtsian Dances; Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana & Paul Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis; Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra performing Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, Capriccio Italien and Cossack Dance from Mazeppa; and Seiji Ozawa and the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Joseph Silverstein (violin) performing Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. These four vinyl LP’s will be pressed on 180-gram vinyl. These titles were specifically selected from Telarc’s vast classical catalog because they were the label’s all-time best-selling albums and are exceptionally rare in the LP marketplace today. All four of these LPs have been pressed by Optimal in Germany. All titles are available for pre-order at the newly launched Craft Recordings web store: https://found.ee/Classical-all-c Use the special offer code “TELARC15” for a 15% discount off two or more of these titles.
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Christian Howes - Jazz Violin Bowing Lesson Excerpt
 
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Excerpt from In The Style Of Christian Howes: http://www.dc-musicschool.com/catalogue/ Christian Howes talks about bowing in a jazz violin context. Violinist, educator and composer, Christian Howes was voted #1 in the Downbeat Critics Poll (“Rising Stars/Violin”), named among the top three jazz violinists in the JazzTimes critics poll, and nominated for Violinist of the Year by the Jazz Journalist Association. He received the Residency Partner Award through Chamber Music America, earned a USArtists grant through the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, and was invited by the U.S. State department to teach and perform as a cultural ambassador twice, in Ukraine and Montenegro. His release on Resonance Records, “Southern Exposure” earned recognition in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Downbeat, Jazz Times, as well as a six-night run at Lincoln Center. His release, “American Spirit” was named among the Best Jazz Albums of 2015″ by the Huffington Post. Howes is the founder of “Creative Strings“, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to expand music education through the creation of online curriculum, an annual summer conference, and dozens of visits to schools annually teaching improvisation, contemporary styles, and related subjects. He endorses Yamaha violins and D’Addario strings. Check out the following links for news and updates: http://www.facebook.com/dcmusicschool http://www.twitter.com/dcmusicschool
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HeritageQuest Online Genealogy Research in 2 Minutes
 
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HeritageQuest Online is a comprehensive treasury of American genealogical sources--rich in unique primary sources, local and family histories, and finding aids. 18th Century or 20th Century. European or Native American. Farm or Factory. East Coast or West Coast. Where does your American past begin? Discover the amazing history of you with HeritageQuest Online. It delivers an essential collection of genealogical and historical sources--with coverage dating back to the 1700s--that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place's past. Learn more here: http://www.proquest.com/en-US/catalogs/databases/detail/heritagequest.shtml Watch this video in full widescreen Flash and MP4 format here: http://www.proquest.com/en-US/promos/HQO/HQO_2Min.shtml ProQuest offers all kinds of libraries collections of research-ready Internet tools. Details of our online reference subscriptions can be found at our website: http://www.proquest.com HeritageQuest Online consists of six core data sets: U.S. Federal Census feature the original images of every extant federal census in the United States, from 1790 through 1930, with name indexes for many decades. In total the collection covers more than 140 million names. Genealogy and local history books deliver more than 7 million digitized page images from over 26,000 family histories, local histories, and other books. Titles have been digitized from our own renowned microform collections, as well from the American Antiquarian Society via an exclusive partnership. Periodical Source Index (PERSI), published by the Allen County Public Library, is recognized as the most comprehensive index genealogy and local history periodicals. It contains more than 2 million records covering titles published around the world since 1800. Revolutionary War records contains original images from pension and bounty land warrant application files help to identify more than 80,000 American Army, Navy, and Marine officers and enlisted men from the Revolutionary War era. Freedman's Bank Records, with more than 480,000 names of bank applicants, their dependents, and heirs from 18651874, offers valuable data that can provide important clues to tracing African American ancestors prior to and immediately after the Civil War. LexisNexis U.S. Serial Set records the memorials, petitions, private relief actions made to the U.S. Congress back to 1789, with a total of more than 480,000 pages of information. Plus, with a robust search interface, easy-to-use document management tools, and convenient remote access--it's easy to see why HeritageQuest continues to be one of the most recommended resources by family history publications and genealogists. The clues are out there waiting. Let HeritageQuest help you to find them.
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78s - High Brown Blues - Billy Murray & The American Quartet
 
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My favorite artist singing a great song written by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager in 1921. With Murray exclusive to Victor beginning on July 1, 1920, Edison executives in mid-1920 assembled a new group of singers for its Premier Quartet, picking first tenor Charles Hart, second tenor Billy Jones, baritone Steve Porter (the only member from the old quartet), and bass Harry J. Donaghy. Edison continued to use the Premier name. Donaghy told Walsh that the new quartet's first Edison recording was "Oh By Jingo! Oh By Gee!" It was released as Blue Amberol 4041 in August 1920, then on Diamond Disc 50666 in September. At least some record buyers must have recognized a change in the Premier's sound. The new ensemble was known on other labels as either the Harmonizers or Harmonizers Quartet. Never very popular, the Harmonizers disbanded by mid-1922. Diamond Disc 50944, featuring "Huckleberry Finn," was the last Premier Quartet record to be issued. It was released in September 1922 but had been recorded in 1917, so "Huckleberry Finn" features the voices of the original Premier Quartet. The American became defunct just as Victor switched to the electric recording process. No electrically recorded performances featured the name American Quartet. The Quartet's final release, "Alabamy Bound" (19680), was issued in August 1925. Two months earlier, Victor had begun issuing electric discs (without identifying them to the buying public as being electric), but "Alabamy Bound" was an acoustic recording, cut on May 20, 1925, in the New York City studio, which did not have electrical recording equipment as early as the Camden studio. The disc was in the catalog for only fourteen months. Walsh questioned whether all records of the final edition of the American included Campbell, Meyer, and Croxton, saying that "some of the 'last ditch' American Quartet records sound to my ears more as if they had been made by Young, Murray, Porter, and Chalmers than by the later group. It sounds to me, for instance, as if Young, rather than Campbell, sings first tenor in 'The High Brown Blues' and 'The Little Red School House'; and the bass seems more like Chalmers than Croxton." Victor recording logs confirm that Walsh's suspicions were correct. Murray was indeed reunited with his old associates on the following dates: March 31, May 3, May 5, August 31, and September 13, 1922. Presumably the other American Quartet members were unavailable. Riggs notes that in addition to the above coupling (Victor 18904), at least two other titles were recorded in 1922 by the 1918-1920 formation of the group: "Some Sunny Day" (Victor 18903) and "Childhood Days" (Victor 18959).
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