Spent the better part of the morning dusting off the old stacks of wax, got out the platter player and cranked up the amp to 10 and put on some vinyl produced by the likes of Sugar Hill, Rounder and Flyin' Fish...hiss, pop, click, skip...it was great
We were talking about diamonds the other day and how the DeBeers family scammed many on the real value of diamonds,,, their sleazy marketing techniques , etc. and everyone was really trashing these stones!!
I remarked , Well I've bought dozens of diamonds !! After their looks settled inů. I then remarked but I later sold that phonograph and bought a tape player !!
actually I was a radio disc jocky from 1962 to 1995, still dj special events like car shows...still playin' the same old stuff..original rock and roll, doo wop and motown, tunes all the way up to 1972...nothing after that. see photo on maccentral forum alumni fb of me in 1967 at WTBS in Norfolk VA...dang I was young,
I worked under several names, my real name, did use pirate for a while but back then the FCC did not think pirate was so funny something about it was too close to pirate radio stations??....and the one that stuck the longest...Johnny Angel...I still dj under that name
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