1 Week 2 Go til ARC Summer Sale

30 05 2013

Yes, just about a week till the ARC sale and this is just about the last time we’ll be letting you know.  About 40K new LPs + CDs have arrived, we’ve been staying up late sorting it all, and you can reap the benefits and help support ARC and get some great bargains by coming by next week.

The ARC’s Swingin’ SUMMER  Record + CD SALE

Sat, June 8 and runs through Sun, June 16.
We are open everyday, 11am – 6pm.

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from the art-y + nice $10                                         to the nice + art-y $50

PLUS…thousands of items $3 and UNDER

This is our major fundraiser, so come by and shop  – books, CDs, LPs, singles, VHS, DVDs, sheet music + more    Help us out !  Blog, face, tweet, post or shout out about our sale…

Join the ARC and attend our Summer Party – great food, nice people and first crack at all the recordings!  ARC members ONLY, Thursday June 6
Call or e-us.  You can Join via    Paypal   or   NYcharities.org   –  or go to our website, click dancer image, and use the paypal button.  http://arcmusic.org

PARTY treats provided by:
Brooklyn’s Bonnie’s Grill (hotwings + beer).
Tribeca’s Bubble Lounge (champagne), and Two Boots Pizza.
Krrb is your host for the evening, a local classified startup.
Do visit:  Krrb.com

ARChive of Contemporary Music
54 White Street in Tribeca   New York City, 10013
between Broadway and Church St – 3 short blocks south of Canal
tel : 212-226-6967     e : info@arcmusic.org
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Swingin’ Summer Record + CD Sale

5 05 2013


Country, Folk and Cowboy Songbook Collection

6 04 2013

cw_songbk_hankIn October, Edward J. Ward of Wisconsin pulled his rented U-Haul van up to the steps at 54 White Street and unloaded 46 giant plastic tubs containing hundreds of magazines, music folios, LPs and 46,000 forty-fives, mostly country.  All of this material is now catalogued in our database and integrated into our ever-growing country collection.

Maybe every Ed on Earth loves country, because we launched this focused collection when Ed Salamon,  the former Executive Director  of the Country Radio Broadcasters  Assoc., donated 11,460 singles, 3300 LPs, 250 CDs and 65 seventy-eights in ’02.   Add in our materials of 600 books, 5,843 CDs (haven’t sorted the singles yet) and 2,313 LPs  and it look like the beginning of a pretty serious group.  All we need now is a patron to help create a named collection here like the Keith Richards’ Blues Collection!  All suggestions welcome, as we wait for a call from Taylor Swift…

Of great interest are Mr. Ward’s 167 songbooks focusing on folks and country music, from the 1930s through the 80s.  We’ve started scanning these, so here’s some snazzy covers just for fun and the list generated from our cataloging of the entire collection.

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• 100 Great Country and Western Songs (Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1962).
• 100 WLS Barn Dance Favorites (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1935).
• 33 Prison and Mountain Songs (Shapiro bernstein & Co., 1932).
• 39 Country and Wester Songs (Charles Hansen Pub., 1968).
• Al Clauser & Oklahoma Outlaws Songs of the West (American Music Inc., 1939).
• American Cowboy Songs (Robbins Music Corp, 1936).
• Arkansas Woodchoppers : World’s Greatest Collection of Cowboy Songs with Yodel Arrangement (M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1931).
• Arkansas Woodchoppers (M.M. Cole Pub. Co, Chicago, Il, 1931).
• Arkansas Woodchoppers Cowboy Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., Chicago, Il, 1932).
• Arkansas Woodchopper Square Dance Calls (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., Chicago, Il, 1940).
• Arkansas Woodchoppers : World’s Greatest Collection of Cowboy Songs with Yodel Arrangement (M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1932).
• Arlen & jackie Vaden, The Southern Gospel Singers (KXEL, Waterloo, Iowa, 1957).
• Arling Schaeffer’s Barn Dance (M.M Cole Pub. Co, 1933).
• Arthur Smith’s Original Folk – Folio No. 1 (American Music Inc., 1943).
• Arthur Smith’s Original Folk Songs (American Music Inc., 1943).
• Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmi (Asher Sizemore, 1934). Includes B&W glossy photo of Sizemore & Little Jimmie.

cw_songbk_wwva cw_songbk_homehill cw_songbk_tommix• Bill Scott’s Song & Photo Album – No. 1 (Kelly Music Pub., 1944).
• Blaine Smith Favorite Songsm, Poems, Pictures (Russ Hull’s Country Music, 1942).
• Bluegrass Favorites (Karamar Pub., ).
• Bob Acher’s Home Folk Favorites (Acuff-Rose Pub., 1943).
• Bob Miller’s Famous Hill-Billy Songs (Paull-Pioneer Music Corp, , 1933).
• Bob Miller’s Folio Full of Song Hits (Bob Miller Inc., 1934).
• Bob Nolan’s Folio of Cowboy Classics – No. 1 (American Music Inc., 1939).
• Bob Nolan’s Folio of Cowboy Classics – No. 2 (American Music Inc., 1940).
• Bob Nolan’s Folio of Original Cowboy Classics – No.1 (American Music Inc., 1939).
• Bob Nolan’s Folio of Original Cowboy Classics – No.2 (American Music Inc., 1940).
• Bradley Kincaid – Filio No .12 (Peer International Corp, 1941).
• Carson J Robison’s Mountain Ballads ╔ (M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1930).
• Carson J Robison’s Mountain Ballads ╔ (M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1930).
• Carson Robison Collection (Robbins Music Corp, 1936).
• Carson Robison’s Mountain Ballads & Old Time Songs (MM Cole, Chicago, Il, 1930).
• Charley Pride – His Most Complete Collection (West Coast Pub. Inc., 1971).
• Cliff Carlisle Cowboy and Mountain Songs (M.M Cole Pub. Co, 1936).
• Country Music Souvenir Scrapbook (1968).

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• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, May, 1959).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Jul, 1959).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Nov. 1958).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Sep. 1958).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Nov. 1954).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Dec. 1956).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Feb. 1962).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Jul. 1960).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, May- 1962).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Nov. 1962).
• Country Song Round Up (American Folk Pub. Inc, Aug. 1963).
• Country Sounds of the Nashville Stars (Warner Bros, Sever Arts Music, 1968).
• Cowboy Ballads Folio NO. 4 (American Music Inc., Portland, OR, 1940).
• Cowboy Ballads – Folio No. 1 (American Music Inc., 1939).
• Cowboy Ballads – Folio No. 10 (American Music Inc., 1941).
• Cowboy Ballads – Folio No. 4 (American Music Inc., 1940).
• Cowboy Ballads – Folio No. 7 (American Music Inc., 1941).
• Cowboy Ballads – Folio No. 8 (American Music Inc., 1941).
• Cowboy Songs – No. 62 (American Folk Pub. Inc, July, 1959).
• Cowboy Songs – No. 64 (Nov. 1957).
• Cowboy Songs – No. 69 (American Folk Pub. Inc, Fall, 1962).
• Cowboy Songs as sung by John White (Pacific Coast Borax Company, 1934).
• Cowboy Tom’s Round Up Book – Book One (Bibo-Lang Inc., 1933).cw_songbk_santafe cw_songbk_gene cw_songbk_roundup
• Dale Hunter’s Hill Billy and Cowboy Songs (Chart Music Pub. House, 1934).
• Deluxe Edition Mac and Bob Mountain Songs, Western Songs, Cowboy Songs (M.M. Cole Publishing Co., USA, 1941).
• Dick Foran’s Western Song Classics – Folio No.1 (Cross Music Co, 1943).
• Doc Hopkins & Cumberland Ridgerunners Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1936).
• Don White, Carolina Boys Westerm Hill, Country songs (American Music Inc., 1939).
• Dude Martion’s Songs of the Plains (American Music Inc., 1939).
• Eddy Arnold’s Favorite Songs (Hill and Range Songs Inc., Hollywood, CA, 1948).
• Eddy Arnold’s Favorite Songs No. 2 (Hill and Range Songs, Hollywood, CA, 1950).
• Eddy Arnolds Favorite Songs (Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1948).
• Eddy Arnolds Favorite Songs – No. 3 (Hill and Range Songs Inc., NY, NY, 1953).
• Elmore Vincent’s Lumber Jack Songs (M.M. Cole Publishing, 1932).
• Elton Britt’s Famous Recorded Songs (Bob Miller Inc., 1941).
• Ernest Tubb Favorites – Radio Songbook No. 3 (Ernest Tubb Pub., 1944).
• Favorite Old Time Songs & Mountain Ballads (Bradley Kincaid, Mountain Boy of WLS, 1930).
• Favorite Songs of the WLW Boone County Jamboree (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1941).
• Five Star Collection of Cowboy Songs (Chart Music Pub. House, 1947).

cw_songbk_ricebrothers cw_songbk_robinson cw_songbk_montanaslim• Foggy River Boys (Hill and Range Songs Inc.NY, NY, 1955).
• Folk and Country Songs (Charlton Publication, Nov, 1957).
• Folk and Country Songs (Charlton Publication, Sept, 1956).
• Folk and Country Songs (Charlton Publication, Sept. 1957).
• Four American Indian Songs, Charles Wakefield Cadman (White-Smith Music Pub., 1909).
• Four Star Folio Cavalcade of Melodies (Southern Music Pub. Co., 1939).
• Fred Scott’s Songs of the Open Trail No. 1 (American Music Inc., 1939).
• Gene Autry and Jimmy Long Cowboy Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. , Chicago, IL, 1935).
• Gene Autry’s Cowboy Songs & Mountain Ballads (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1936).
• Gene Autry’s Cowboy Songs & Mountain Ballads (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1932).
• Gene Autry’s Folio of Western Songs (Movie Songs Inc., 1947).
• Georgia Crackers – Song Folio No. 1 (American Music Inc., Portland, OR, 1940).
• Grand Ole Opry WSM Picture – History Book (WSM Nic, 1977).
• Hank Williams Country Music Folio (Acuff-Rose Pub., 1948).
• Hank Williams Favorite Songs (Acuff-Rose Pub., 1953).
• Happy Chappies Collection of Outdoor Songs (M.M.Cole Pub. Co., Chicago, IL, 1933).
• Happy Chappies Greatest Collection of Outdoor Songs (M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1930).
• Happy Jack Turner Cowboy, Home, Mountain Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1942).
• Hill and Range Hit Songs – Folio No. 2 (Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1952).
• Hill-Billy, Prisoner & Mountaineer Song Folio No. 1 (DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, 1933).


• Hillbilly Hit Parade of 1940 (Southern Music Pub. Co., 1941).
• Hillbilly Hit Parade of 1941 (Southern Music Pub. Co., 1941).
• Hillbilly, Cowboy and Standards Songs (Pagani & Bros NY, 1935).
• Home and Hill Country Ballads – Folio No. 1 (American Music Inc., 1939).
• Home and Hill Country Ballads – Folio No. 4 (American Music Inc., 1941).
• Homer Rodeheaver’s Collection of Sacred Songs (M.M.Cole Pub. Co., 1953).
Various• International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and Motion Picture Machine Operators of the United States and Canada ╨ General Bulletins: (, ).
• Jimmie Rodgers (Southern Music Publishing, 1943).
• Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Folio – Volume 1 (Peer International Corp, 1967).
• Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Folio – Volume 2 (Peer International Corp, 1967).
• Jimmy Dean Song Favorites (Robbins Music Corp, 1958).
• Johnny Cash Show Souvenir Song Book (Southwind Music Inc. NY, NY, 1966).
• Lefty Friozzell’s Country Hit Songs (Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1951).
• Log Cabin Songs by Johnny Crockett (Goodman Music Co, 1932).
• Louise Massey and the Westerners Song Folio (Peer International Corp, 1941).
• Lulu Belle & Scotty Hayloft Jamboree Songbook (Hilliard, Currie Corp., Chicago, IL, 1943).
• Lulu Belle & Scotty’s Happy Valley Songs (Lulu Belle & Scotty, Station WLW, Cincinatti, 1940).
• Lulu Belle & Skyland Scotty : Mountain Songs, Western Songs, Cowboy Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., Chicago, Il, 1941).
• Lulu Belle’s Skyland Scotty’s Home Folk Songs (Scott Wiseman, 1937).
• Mac and Bob (M.M.Cole Pub. Co., Chicago, IL, 1941).
• Mac and Bob’s Collection of Songs (Bob Miller Inc., 1935).
• Mac and Bob’s Mountain, Western ,Cowboy Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1941).
• Montana Slim (Wilf Cater) Songs of the Plains & Rockies (Southern Music Pub. Co., 1939). cw_songk_carter
• Nashville Songbag (Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1968).
• New and Original Favorite Songs of Famous Hill Billies (Bibo-Lang Inc. NY, NY, 1934).
• Newest Carson Robison Book (Carson J. Robison, 1936).
• On the Trail (Remick Music Corp, 1945).
• Palls of the Golden West Song Folio No. 1 (American Music Inc., 1942).
• Paul Howard’s Cotton Pickin’ Songs (Acuff-Rose Pub., 1945).
• Paul Howard’s Cotton Pickin’ Songs (Acuff-Rose Pub., Nasjville, TN, 1945).
• Play and Sing (M.M. Cole Publishing House, ).
• Prairie Ramblers & Patsy Montana’s Songs (Bob Miller Inc., 1935).
• Prairie Ramblers and Patsy Montana Collection (Bob Miller Inc. NY, NY, 1937).
• Prairie Ramblers Barn Dance Favorites (Chart Music Publishing House, 1941).
• Ranch Boys Songs of the Plains (M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1939).
• Readers Digest Country & Western Songbook (Reader’s Digest Asso, 1983).
• Red Foley’s Cowboy Songs & Mountain Ballads (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., Chicago, Il, 1940).
• Rice Brothers and Their Radio Gang (Chart Music Pub. House, 1942).
• Round Up Memories – Songs of the Hill and Range (Shapiro bernstein & Co., 1946).
• Round Up Memories – Songs of the Hill and Range (Shapiro bernstein & Co., 1946).
• Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Songs (Acuf-Rose Pub., 1943).
• Roy Clark’s – Big Note Guitar Song Book (Shattinger Intl Music Corp, 1978).
• Santa Fe Folk Songs and Dances (Mills Music, 1940).
• Santa Fe Rangers Western Songs (Leeds Music Corp, 1946).
• Santos Ranger Ensemble Songs of the Camp Fires (Don Santos Pub. Co., 1949).
• Songs Gene Autry Sings (Western Music Co., 1942).
• Songs of Jimmie Davis (Southern Music Pub. Co., 1937).
• Songs of the Pioneers (Albert E. Brumley, 1970).
• Songs of the Roaming Ranger (Tip Top Publishers, 1935).
• Songs of the Saddle (American Music Inc., 1942).
• Sons of the Pioneers Solg Folio (Cross & Winge Inc., 1936).
• Souvenir Program W-H-O Barn Dance Frolic (Central Broadcasting Co, Des Moines IA, 1936).

cw_songbk_prisoner • Tex Ritter Mountan Ballads & Cowboy Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1941).
• The New Hank Keene Book (Hank Keene Inc, 1936).
• The Best of Country Music (Best of Country Music, 1984).
• The Big Round-Up of Cowboy Songs (Amsco Music Sales Co., 1934).
• The Carter Family Album of Smoky Mountain Ballads (Southern Music Pub. Co., 1937).
• The Lonely Mountaineers Cowboy/Mountain Songs (Wm. J. Smith Music Co., 1934).
• The Lonesome Cowboy Songs of the Plains and Hills (George T. Worth & Co., 1930).
• The Short Brothers, Jimmie and Leon (American Music Inc., 1943).
• The Wade Mainer Story Picture Songbook (WWNC, Asheville, NC, 1941).
• Tim Spencer’s Sagebrush Symphonies (American Music Inc., 1943).
• Tom Mix Western Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1935).
• Uncle Jack and Mary Lou’s Songs You Love To Hear (Southern Music Pub. Co., 1941).
• W.W.VA Radio Jamboree Songs (M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1940).
• Walter Peterson’s Mountain Ballads & Old Time Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., 1930).
• Warner’s Old Time Songs of the Gay Nineties (Chart Music Pub. House, 1944).
• Webb Pierce, The Wondering Boy, Folio No. 1 (Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1953).
• Wesern Classics (Chas. H. Hansen Music Co, 1946).
• Witmark’s Peaceful Valley Songs (M. Witmark & Sons NY, 1933).
• WSM Grand Ole Opry History Picture Book (WSM Inc., 1969).
• WWVA Radio Jamboree Famous Songs (M.M. Cole Pub. Co., Portland, OR, 1940).

HAPPY VAL- the new lovedrug from ARC – take two and call me in the morning…

14 02 2013


B.here.now (70s ref. – look it up) :   I once DJ at Danceteria on Valentines Day in the 80s.  It was a disaster.  I only played old 30s – 60s songs.  EVERYONE hated it and wouldn’t dance.  So much for trying something diff.

Lucky for us everyone is diff. these days.  People actually want to know what every single one of us does, did and does not.

Recently I was asked to relieve my shame and recommend some ‘Love Songs” for a fab Valentines MIX Project and compilation by our pal Eilon Paz.  EP runs Dust and Grooves, the amazing site of photos of record collectors.

I was joined by a cadre of other notables who have exhaustive record collections, amateur Cupids (the original armed Drone) and experts all, who have been photographed by Eilon.

The results are here and you can sample 3 hours of mush, gush and rush to get you through the night.  Highly recommended.

My picks for you to track down, were:

“In the Land of My Dreams” – Anna Domino

“The Sweetest Girl” – Scritti Politti

“The First Girl” – Incredible String Band

“L’Atalante (Main Title)” – Narciso Yepes

“Only One You” – Melody Beecher

And did I ever tell you about the day I DJ’d for 100 sets of identical twins, at El International, each twin seated opposite itself?

Soul Session @ the ARC

12 12 2012

Screen shot 2012-12-11 at 11.24.08 PMThis year’s winter Members Only Party, a preview and a shindig held on the Thursday evening before the semi-annual Record and CD Sale kicks into full swing, was a very soulful event.  Frank Lipsius, whose father founded Jamie and Guyden Records in Philadelphia during the fifties, planned to have a celebration in honor of the release of COOLER THAN ICE: THE ARCTIC RECORDS STORY; a box set containing 6 CDs and 6 seven-inch records representing the complete singles output of Arctic Records, another Philadelphia record label, this one specializing in soul music and run by the radio DJ Jimmy Bishop during the sixties, but owned and distributed by Jamie/Guyden.  Arctic’s biggest hit was “Yes I’m Ready” by Barbara Mason; a Number 5 smash during the summer of 1965.  Also, Arctic was the launching pad for several star-destined artists, including Darryl Hall (Hall & Oates), who was a member of The Temptones; The Trammps (“Disco Inferno”), which included members of The Volcanos; and Kenny Gamble, who wrote songs and issued a couple singles on Arctic.

Hamber1While the box set was not ready in time for the party, the party went on regardless.  And what a party!  Frank rented a bus in Philly and brought with him about fifty people associated with Arctic Records and the Philadelphia soul scene.  Those in attendance included several artists who recorded for Arctic, including members of the groups Honey & the Bees, The Tiffanys, The Temptones and The Royal Five.  Entertainment included three Arctic recording artists: The Volcanoes who sang their two Northern Soul favorites “Storm Warning” and “A Ladies Man;” Winfield Parker (below) with a stirring rendition of Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Going to Come” and “Funky Party;” and Kenny Hamber (right) with a really great version of Otis Redding’s “These Arms of Mine.”

ParkerAlthough he had no release on Arctic, John Ellison (the lead singer/songwriter for The Soul Brothers Six) stole the show when he sang his most famous song, “Some Kind of Wonderful.”  Do not confuse this with The Drifters’s song (written by Carole King/Gerry Goffin) of the same title.  The Soul Brothers Six song, released on Atlantic Records, barely scraped the bottom of the Top 100 in 1967.  However, it was covered by Grand Funk Railroad in 1974 and was the Number 3 song in the land the following year.  The song has since been covered by the likes of Buddy Guy and Huey Lewis & the News.  After five singles for Atlantic, Ellison and The Soul Brothers Six recorded for Phil-L.A. of Soul, another record label owned by the good people at Jamie/Guyden, which makes Ellison part of the family.

EllisonAt the ARChive Members Only Party, Ellison looked striking, dressed in a long, white Nehru jacket.  Whereas the other acts sang along to tracks–karaoke style–Ellison sang a capella, with just handclaps and the many people in the room who knew the song singing back-up, making for a very memorable performance.  It was a tremendous performance by a great artist!

How will the ARChive top this at its Members Only Record & CD Sale Preview Party this summer?  Become a member and find out in June!!!

Of course you can join now and get an end-of-the-year tax write off, and help support the ARChive.

Or drop by the ARC during our sale and say hello…

Fred Patterson

Cardboard 78 Player from India

13 11 2012

While in India I had the great pleasure of meeting Suresh Chandvankar, a scholar and one of the catalysts behind the Society of Indian Record Collectors (SIRC).  He also spoke at the IASA conference in New Delhi, is an author and has helped Dust to Digital to release material from the Young India Label.  His true love is Indian Classical music on 78s.  He was also my guide to the record haunts in Chor Bazaar (Thieves Market), Mumbai.

One of the treasures that he showed me was this attempt to create a portable record player for the masses, for pennies (film below). He remembers finding this simple, ingenious device while hiking in the Himalayas forty years ago.  At first he thought the cardboard was there just to separate the two discs until the seller told him that he could only buy the records if he bought the gramaphone also.  “What gramaphone?” was his bewildered response.  And to his amazement the cardboard was unfolded and the player revealed.  To his amazement the two discs and player was six rupees (11¢).  Here’s how it works;

The corrugated cardboard is divided into three folded sections.  On one end is a revolving metal disc with a spindle, on the other a metal stylus (needle).  The 78 rpm record has a spindle hole, and a small hole on the outer edge of the label to insert a pen, pencil or stick.  The cardboard is folded to make a triangular shape, the stylus placed on the record, the triangular fold acting as a resonator.  The user insets the pen and handcranks the disc, and voila, an early walkman.

It’s an iffy sounding system, but then again, it does indeed create a gramophone for practically nothing. The designers were proselytizing Christians, hell-bent on bringing “The Good News” to, in their minds, the heathen Hindus.  The disc containing sermons, Bible stories and quotations.  The only info I could glean from a partially obscured label states that this is a “Cardtalk Record Player” manufactured in Bangalore.

So feel free to make one of these at home, a great add to our DIY plastic cup cylinder disc player @ https://arcmusic.wordpress.com/2007/07/29/anti-iphone-contest-all-systems-go/

For fine academic work on early Indian sound recordings see back issues of Record Collectors News published by the SIRC that Suresh has made available online, downloadable as PDFs – http://hindi-movies-songs.com/sirc/index-sirc.html

What Storm?

28 10 2012

Well it’s the storm that is keeping me in India – That’s what storm.  So as no one from United Airlines has the slightest idea what to do to help, I’ll show you this sky related item:  A beautiful specialty generic 45 sleeve that Angel in India had made to package their ‘ethnic’ releases.  Very nice indeed I think.  NOW, can I fly home?

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