Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Recording Progress

Converting my LPs is a long-term project, yet slowly I am making progress. Recently, added to my MP3 collection were these albums:


Rita Coolidge    Anytime. . .Anywhere
Mac Davis – Mac Davis Collection
John Denver – An Evening with John Denver (2 LPs)
Crystal Gayle – Classic Crystal
Hillside Singers – I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing
Kris Kristofferson & Rita Coolidge – Breakaway
Olivia Newton-John – Have You Ever Been Mellow
Peter, Paul & Mary – Album 1700
Helen Reddy – I Don’t Know How to Love you
Kenny Rogers -- Kenny
Kenny Rogers – What About Me
Diana Ross & The Supremes – Let the Sunshine In
Spanky and Our Gang – Spanky’s Greatest Hits
Barbara Streisand – Songbird
Barbara Streisand  – Wet
Donna Summer – The Wanderer
Top Star Festival – 20 Dynamic Hits (Vol. 2)
Tanya Tucker – You Are So Beautiful
Bobby Vinton – Bobby Vinton’s All-time Greatest Hits (2 LPs)
Dionne Warwick – I’ll Never Fall in Love


Some favorite songs from these artists include: "Day by Day," "I'm in Love with a Big Blue Frog," "Watching Scotty Grow," "She's a Mystery to Me," "You Never Miss a Real Good Thing," and "Blue on Blue."

The Mac Davis and Top Star Festival albums were produced by K-Tel. I remember ordering them after seeing the advertisement on TV, probably one of the first companies to market music that way.

I still have many albums to convert, but the stack is getting smaller.


7 comments:

  1. I haven't thought about the TV commercials for compilation music albums in a long time. They would play bits and pieces of the songs on the album and before I knew it, those bits melded together and became one song in my mind.

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  2. It will be worth it when they are all done:)

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  3. What a trip down Memory Lane you have provided! All great music... they just don't make it like that anymore.

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  4. Oh my gosh, Barbara Streisand's Wet--something I haven't listened to in many years. I must go download it now! Thanks for the memories!

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  5. You've got to keep some of those covers!!

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  6. Blue on Blue always reminds me of school dances and getting asked to dance by a boy I really liked. The Good Old Days?

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