Monday, September 16, 2019
I just made a deal of the decade.
Louis Armstrong was the greatest musician of the last century. I recently started exploring his stuff and am amazed. Louie is so talented and his songs appeal to us even today. I want to get deeper into his oeuvre and have been searching for his music on vinyl.
Yesterday I leafed through a dusty, disorganized record store and found a 4-record box set with dozens of Louie's best songs. And the collection includes wonderful photos and biographical literature. Upon examination I see the records are pristine: they look like they've never been played.
The price for this treasure? Five dollars. Or, as we say in New York, "fi-dollas."
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Wow, what a great find! Sometimes those stores don't know what they've got!ReplyDelete
I know! I ran out of the store before the clerk changed his mind. :)Delete
What a great find, Ally, I love Louis Armstrong! xxxReplyDelete
Deal of the decade. Great stroke of luck.ReplyDelete
He was a great musician and singer. Have you to his house in Corona Queens. it is not a museum and National Landmark.
While his fame was as a 'trumpeter' his primary instrument was the cornet although his first brass instrument was a simple bugle.
No, I haven't. I'll have to go there. Thanks.Delete
What a score! Great piece of musical history you have right here. :)ReplyDelete
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