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The Irish Times
Making The Late Late Show: What Tub's tie tells usto a lot of Beatles to channel his voice,” he says later. “I’m musically very
Making The Late Late Show: What Tub's tie tells us
The Irish Times / Posted 2 hours ago
to a lot of Beatles to channel his voice,” he says later. “I’m musically very predictable,” says Tubridy. He mimics a phonograph playing jazzy music from the 1920s. Tubridy takes any opportunity to talk about music, TV, books and films. He... Read more
13h
The New Zealand Herald
From Beatles to Beyonce: TV series traces recorded historysuite. Though this was to be a story of music recording, it's a not a chronolo
From Beatles to Beyonce: TV series traces recorded history
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
suite. Though this was to be a story of music recording, it's a not a chronological history beginning with Thomas Edison's phonograph and ending with Kanye's favourite apps. "There were cuts and versions of the show where it was: 'Let's talk about... Read more
16h
Orillia Packet & Times
CDs vs. vinyl: Debate rages over superior soundis amazing how many ways we have recorded and replayed music. Although Thomas E
CDs vs. vinyl: Debate rages over superior sound
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 16 hours ago
is amazing how many ways we have recorded and replayed music. Although Thomas Edison is credited with inventing the phonograph in 1877, it was a Frenchman named Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville who patented the first recording device some... Read more
23h
The Columbian
Francis Ford Coppola the eternal film studentare. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That
Francis Ford Coppola the eternal film student
The Columbian / Posted 23 hours ago
are. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That basically since the invention of the phonograph and the cinema that all our art forms are canned. By live cinema, I don’t mean like in the form of a television... Read more
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The Irish Times
Backstage: how the Late Late Show is madeto a lot of Beatles to channel his voice,” he says later. “I’m musically very
Backstage: how the Late Late Show is made
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
to a lot of Beatles to channel his voice,” he says later. “I’m musically very predictable,” says Tubridy. He mimics a phonograph playing jazzy music from the 1920s. Tubridy takes any opportunity to talk about music, TV, books and films. He... Read more
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Japan Today
Coppola, eternal film student, on his robust life in cinema ‹ Japan Todayare. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That
Coppola, eternal film student, on his robust life in cinema ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted yesterday
are. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That basically since the invention of the phonograph and the cinema that all our art forms are canned. By live cinema, I don’t mean like in the form of a television... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
National tour of revelatory 'Cabaret' revival heats up the Hippodromeorchestrations are spot-on). One recorded voice makes a chilling appearance —
National tour of revelatory 'Cabaret' revival heats up the Hippodrome
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
orchestrations are spot-on). One recorded voice makes a chilling appearance — a boy soprano (Alex Bowen), heard on a phonograph warbling the innocent-sounding "Tomorrow Belongs to Me," later revealed to be a menacing anthem. Superbly... Read more
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Everett Herald
Coppola, eternal film student, on his robust life in cinemaare. I do feel it�s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That
Coppola, eternal film student, on his robust life in cinema
Everett Herald / Posted 2 days ago
are. I do feel it�s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That basically since the invention of the phonograph and the cinema that all our art forms are canned. By live cinema, I don�t mean like in the form of a television... Read more
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Salon.com
Coppola, eternal film student, on his robust life in cinemaare. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That
Coppola, eternal film student, on his robust life in cinema
Salon.com / Posted 3 days ago
are. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That basically since the invention of the phonograph and the cinema that all our art forms are canned. By live cinema, I don’t mean like in the form of a television... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
History shaped business landscape in Scrantonof the Scranton Button Co. founded in 1880s. Button making translated to plasti
History shaped business landscape in Scranton
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
of the Scranton Button Co. founded in 1880s. Button making translated to plastics and the company began making shellac phonograph records, a sideline that became a specialty. The company become a division of Capital Records in 1949. A Capital... Read more
10d
Marie Claire
Forget room service, this hotel has a number you can call for bedtime storiesSteve also explained that the hotel was 'Marriott's newest brand geared towards
Forget room service, this hotel has a number you can call for bedtime stories
Marie Claire / Posted 10 days ago
Steve also explained that the hotel was 'Marriott's newest brand geared towards millenials'. That means in addition to the 'bedtime story' phone, each room had their own guitar, Netflix and a phonograph with half a dozen records on it. Of... Read more
10d
Wired News
Computer Science Reveals Exactly How To Organize Your ClosetAtlas. Its principal memory consisted of a large drum that could be rotated to
Computer Science Reveals Exactly How To Organize Your Closet
Wired News / Posted 10 days ago
Atlas. Its principal memory consisted of a large drum that could be rotated to read and write information, not unlike a wax phonograph cylinder. But Atlas also had a smaller, faster “working” memory built from polarized magnets. Data could be read... Read more
10d
Boston Globe
As vinyl revives, three friends make a U-TurnWhen Ben Carter, Bob Hertig, and Peter Maltzan were born in 1988, vinyl phonogr
As vinyl revives, three friends make a U-Turn
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
When Ben Carter, Bob Hertig, and Peter Maltzan were born in 1988, vinyl phonograph records were headed the way of black-and-white TV and eight-track tapes. Yet the three high-school buddies became avid vinyl buffs. They were ahead of the curve.... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Vinyl fans find their groove on Record Store DayJohnny’s, the 40-year-old mainstay music store in Darien center, was flooded wi
Vinyl fans find their groove on Record Store Day
Darien News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
Johnny’s, the 40-year-old mainstay music store in Darien center, was flooded with phonograph fans Saturday. Along with a visit from a Grammy-winning guitarist, the day had 350 official new releases put out by record companies in honor of this... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Five questions with ... John Konradwas just fascinated with records. Anything that was musical I loved. I can reme
Five questions with ... John Konrad
Darien News-Review / Posted 13 days ago
was just fascinated with records. Anything that was musical I loved. I can remember hardly knowing how to walk and having a phonograph and just sitting there and playing “Big Rock Candy Mountain,” Burl Ives, all that stuff. My dad knew somebody in... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
William ConnellScranton Button Co., which was among the biggest of its kind in the country and
William Connell
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Scranton Button Co., which was among the biggest of its kind in the country and in time got into the telephone parts and phonograph record business. Mr. Connell parlayed his business success into a political career, serving three terms as a U.S.... Read more
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Daily Herald
Flood saves historical Elgin collection from firethe house late last month might have done far more damage to the record players
Flood saves historical Elgin collection from fire
Daily Herald / Posted 19 days ago
the house late last month might have done far more damage to the record players, Victrolas, antique TVs and radios, 8,000 phonograph records, historic photos, magazines and kerosene lamps he has been collecting all his life. As disaster-cleanup... Read more
21d
Northwest Herald
New 'Take me out to the ballgame' menua baseball game. The song became an instant hit and was later recorded by a fe
New 'Take me out to the ballgame' menu
Northwest Herald / Posted 21 days ago
a baseball game. The song became an instant hit and was later recorded by a fellow named Edward Meeker for the Edison Phonograph Company. It was the most popular song of 1908 and eventually was selected as one of the top “Songs of the... Read more
22d
The New Yorker
Let’s Talk About Your Speakeasy Bar!or even just New York in 2007, when the first one of these goddamned places ope
Let’s Talk About Your Speakeasy Bar!
The New Yorker / Posted 22 days ago
or even just New York in 2007, when the first one of these goddamned places opened. Inside your starter pack you’ll find a phonograph, pressed-tin ceiling tiles, and a stuffed jackalope, but we encourage you to fill your bar with all manner of... Read more
23d
The New Yorker
Performance Art that Doesn’t Boresecond-floor bedroom, above a café in a picturesque French village. She gets dr
Performance Art that Doesn’t Bore
The New Yorker / Posted 23 days ago
second-floor bedroom, above a café in a picturesque French village. She gets dressed, puts a record on the old-fashioned phonograph (it’s Charles Trenet, singing “La Mer”), brushes her hair, and pulls on stockings. Simultaneously, a young man on... Read more
24d
Staten Island Advance
Noble sheds new light on Staten Island's 'Home in the Harbor'land mass at all – and isolated, despite its location in one of the world's bus
Noble sheds new light on Staten Island's 'Home in the Harbor'
Staten Island Advance / Posted 24 days ago
land mass at all – and isolated, despite its location in one of the world's busiest harbors. Music (records and a manual phonograph), Walker told friends and family, offered crucial stimulation and distraction from loneliness. In the mock-upof... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
There’s a secret apartment on top of the Eiffel TowerEiffel shunned their exorbitant offers. Instead, he used it to greet illustriou
There’s a secret apartment on top of the Eiffel Tower
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
Eiffel shunned their exorbitant offers. Instead, he used it to greet illustrious guests like Thomas Edison (who gave him a phonograph machine as a gift), or as a quiet space for solitary reflection. Author Jill Jonnes provides a great visual image... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury Accent: If tunnels could talkthe seniors home. Creepiest of these, to me, are the Styrofoam heads nestled i
Sudbury Accent: If tunnels could talk
The Sudbury Star / Posted 28 days ago
the seniors home. Creepiest of these, to me, are the Styrofoam heads nestled in a storage container. There's also an old phonograph -- when its horn pops loose, Gaudet proclaims "it's our moose-caller now" -- and a vintage wicker wheelchair that... Read more
29d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Obsolete film, sound technology preserved at National Archiveobjects room" at the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) in Canberra. The s
Obsolete film, sound technology preserved at National Archive
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
objects room" at the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) in Canberra. The shelves are crammed with technology — from phonographs and magic lanterns, to video cassette recorders and iPod nanos. There is some professional equipment stored, but... Read more

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