Post by lucius1958 on Sept 25, 2013 22:03:06 GMT -5
#5001 is "Crazy Rhythm", played by Vince Giordano's Nighthawks. It's an original electric transfer (from tape, I believe); not a dub from an earlier cylinder. They used 'Everlasting' merely as a description, not because of any connection with the US Everlasting records.
A word of caution, though. If this is an early Electrophone on red vinyl, it's going to be a bit noisy compared to their later, black vinyl pressings.
Last Edit: Sept 25, 2013 22:06:51 GMT -5 by lucius1958
Electrophone was a cylinder record company starting off in the late 1970s, into the mid 1990s, It was Peter Dilg, Dennis valente, Paul Morris, and Duncan Miller. They started off with wax cylinders, direct recording, and then in the early 1980s had a red material of moulded records, some vinyl format. The members later became Paul Morris, wax blanks and records (Phoenix) brand. Vulcan made now by Duncan Miller, and Wizard, recorded by Peter Dilg and made by Duncan Miller.
Post by edisonphonoworks on Aug 8, 2017 22:40:28 GMT -5
The Electrophones, did contain original work, that is made from tape masters and cut electrically to the wax master, and electroplated to make a master mold, the copies were made in the various plastics, from metal electrotyped molds.