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  1. I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts Im Not Wanted Anymore - B.B. King - Great Moments With B.B. King Town. How Long, How Long Blues. Cherry Red. Paying the Cost to Be the Boss. Until I Found You. Having My Say. I'm Not Wanted Anymore. Gambler's Blues B. Blind Love B. Baby Get Lost Leonard Feather. Gonna Keep on Loving You B. Heartbreaker B. Spotify.
  2. ONES MEDIA V-DISCS COLLECTION [OTR-6CD-V-Discs] - OLD TIME RADIO - 6 CD - mp3 - Total Playtime: V-Disc ("V" for Victory) was a morale-boosting initiative involving the production of several series of recordings during the World War II era by special arrangement between the United States government and various private U.S. record companies.
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  4. These sessions also produced Jordan's first big-selling record, "I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town", originally recorded by Casey Bill Weldon in , although again it did not make the charts. It too was covered by Lunceford, in , whose version reached #12 on the pop charts, and it was also covered by Big Bill Broonzy and Jimmy Rushing.
  5. – Muggsy Spanier And His V-Disc All Stars: Pee Wee Speaks: – Louis Jordan: I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town: – Hoagy Carmichael: Billy-A-Dick: – Count Basie & His Orchestra* High Tide (I Ain't Mad At You) – Kay Starr With Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra: Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen: – Jimmie.
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  7. May 21,  · Not as readily as 8-track tapes, but yeah it happens. I’ve taken apart more than one cassette to move the tape to a different case because of that felt pad coming off issue. I’ve also had them act like they were wound too tightly and sticking, especially after being in a hot car. Sometimes a FF through entire tape would fix it, sometimes not.
  8. in the audio cassette world, all cassettes are the same shape and same size. "type" refers to the chemistry of the tape. knowing the chemistry is important because different type tapes have different effects on sound reproduction. audio tape is not a sterile media. tape imparts it's own signature (distortion to you engineer types) on recorded music. knowing a little about what the different.

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