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    B. A. Rolfe & His Palais d'Or Orchestra-'Je t'Aime' Means 'I Love You"

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    kspm0220s

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    kspm0220s
    Indeed, Jack, Edison was very convinced of the superiority of his acoustical system and at some point he did have the very best acoustical studio, but obviously he got overtaken by the later technical evolution. Great you enjoyed this recording anyhow :-)
    Par kspm0220sIl y a 3 ans
    kspm0220s
    Thanks so much Lou; so do I and that's why I don't mind at all if they're acoustical. He arrangements were always fresh and special, even under the limited acoustical recording conditions.
    Par kspm0220sIl y a 3 ans
    kspm0220s
    Thank you very much Dave, most appreciated! So glad you enjoyed this posting. I have been looking out for you latest upload but you seem to take a break :-)
    Par kspm0220sIl y a 3 ans
    kspm0220s
    Thank you Ginny! I'm delighted you loved this uplifting song and the performance. Indeed, although the recording is acoustical, Edison obtained particularly good results with this process, which is why he stubbornly waited so long before switching to electrical. Only Banner and its associated labels maintained this system even a year longer.
    Par kspm0220sIl y a 3 ans
    Boston Blackie
    Very nice. Hard to figure why Edison held out so long with the acoustical recordings. Same thing with direct electric current as opposed to alternate. He could be stubborn.
    Par Boston BlackieIl y a 3 ans
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