45's With Rhyme But No Reason


Sunday, January 31, 2010

Where Are We Going?


Derik said...

Just wanted to let you know I'm loving your new 45rpm blog. Truly great stuff, and I'm downloading every post. I thought I might also comment that I feel a bit overwhelmed with the output, and am having trouble keeping up with you. With your daily 45 coming into my email inbox, plus what's on this blog, it is a bit much for a person with only an hour or so a day to devote to downloading and such. I think one 45 a day on the blog is enough to keep us all happy.


Red Neckerson said...

This is just an extension of digitizing my record collection. I spend about an hour a day recording the music. I randomly pick a record with no rhyme or reason to post maybe sometimes two a day. These will eventually dry up an be deleted and will never be posted again. I am also using this as a test for morphing the 45 of the day email into something different at some point

Anonymous said...

Great blog! I like it that there's no rhyme or reason to your posts - always something new, interesting , and surprising.

Anonymous said...

This was the same Bobby Bloom who hit in 1970 with "Montego Bay" on Joey Levine's L&R label. Bloom was a protege of Levine's during the 1960's & did a number of sessions for Levine's bosses Jerry Katzenez, Jeff Katz, & Artie Kornfeild at Kama Sutra/Buddah Records before leaving with Levine to set up L&R Records with Mike Curb at MGM for major distribution.Bloom had some pothsumous cash-in releases on the labels he recorded for previously on Buddah & Roulette (he also did some business with the notorious label owner/Mafia member of the Genovesee Family Syndicate Morris Levy, hence this Roulette recording originally recorded in 1967).Bloom was always considered an unstable guy throughout his short career, taking drugs & having a wild party life, which abruptly ended in a 1974 accidental fatal shooting over a botched drug deal,resulting in Bloom's death. he was 29 years old at the time.