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Throat singing, aka overtone singing, is a well known practice in the traditional music of Mongolian, Tibetan, and other indigenous people around the world. Surprisingly, you can also hear it on "Lonely Cowboy," a fantastic 78 RPM shellac record from 1927 by cowboy singer Arthur Miles that also features some lovely yodeling!
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Acoustically Recorded 78 rpm Discs Are Back
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Acoustically Recorded 78 rpm Discs Are Back
The records, which feature David Jellema and Colin Hancock on horns and vocals and Dan Walton on piano, were embossed on polycarbonate discs rather than cut on lacquers. The sound was communicated to the cutter through a Victrola No. 4 reproducer, chosen for its superior sound. Successful takes...
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“A New Era In Music”: Miles Davis’ Family On Birth Of The Cool Turning 70
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Pioneers of the Sound Industry
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Charley Patton's "High Sheriff Blues" is save now!