Thursday, March 15, 2012
And music returns to Music You (Possibly) Won't Hear Anyplace Else! Does this mean that I'm all set up, new PC in place, programs running, etc.? Nope. However, my HP is back, new C Drive in place, and with Windows 7. I'd offer my opinion of 7, but I don't want this page flagged for language. Meanwhile, all programs and files are gone, and those files saved just prior to the HP C-Drive crash are simply sitting there and doing squat, absent any associated programs to give them an identity. And my MAGIX is now a trial program, since I have the disc but no authorization number. MAGIX could have included it on the disc, but why spoil the drama?
So, computer-wise, everything is moderately screwed up. In other words, normal. So, what about the music we're about to hear? Well, vintage polkas (Twenties, Forties), fake hits on the Gateway label (from ripped-up copies I nearly didn't bother with, but which sound fine), and two 1926 salon sides by the Eagle Trio, whoever they were. A very MY(P)WAHE playlist.
Rock Around the Clock Polka; and more!
ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK POLKA, AND MORE!
Rock Around the Clock Polka--Adam Nowicki and His Polka Band
Silhouettes--Johnny Desert w. The Four Jacks (Gateway 1230; 1957)
Kolo Mego Orgrodeczka--Stanislow Mermel, Baritone (Columbia 18322-F; 1928)
Owie Kumoszki (Comic Song, Polish)--Stanislaw Mermel--Same.
Hej! Hej! Hej! (Polka)--Orkiestra Polskiej Karuzeli (Columbia 18728-F; 1946)
Keep A'Knockin'--Rufus Brown (Gateway 1230; 1957)
Jailhouse Rock--Earl Robbins w. Dave Remington's Orch. (Gateway Top Tune 1226; 1957)
Treat Me Nice--Same.
Love's Dream After the Ball--Eagle Trio (Columbia 731-D; 1926)
The Herd Girl's Dream--Same.