your awesome, I have 90% of these on LP records, crap load 45's and a few on 78's. I bet that jogs your memory. let letbut I have to either convert my old records to MP3s or get them digital for the DJ or I could really do it the old way. Just set out the records and the record player and let people chose
That's the chaotic way. Set up a playlist and put the records in that order. If you use your iPhone, convert the music to MP3. Then played through a Bose sound system it would ROCK!.. I have a little over 700 songs on my phone and in my computer.
the new way sounds like less work and more fun
I will be using my Denon 1200 watt stereo, too bad Wolfman Jack was not still alive. He would make a great DJ for this music
Loved da Wolfman!
Thanks for the MHO!
Hmmm... @DaveToo and I have two different artists for "Sh-Boom".Maybe mine was the cover group and his was the original. I suspect so and would go with his suggestion then.
Scroll Down to Read Other Opinions
I have a ton of records LPs and 45s, no shortage there. But I have to make the playlist for todays DJ. I bet the DJ dont even know what a record is
@humanearth Ask the DJ if he can do a proper slip cue. If he has no idea what that is, find a new DJ.
@exitseven I would be most likely the DJ because I am cheap, pretty much my laptop and my big ass house stereo. I would put it on shuffle. My player would be VLC media player. works great with Linux computers
I am familiar with VLC. I knew somebody who was a DJ back in the 80s. He had the biggest record collection I ever saw and had two turntables and a tape deck he set up. There was a real artform to it to get the music to flow in a coherent way.
@exitseven well I could do it that way, I have 3 record players and a 15 inch reel to reel tape deck. plus throw in some of my working 8 tracks
@humanearth wow 8 tracks. Do you have any tapes?
@exitseven Yes, I have about 12 tapes. 6 of them are from kTel records. Do you remember that record lable. If not look them up and get a taste of a flashback in a time machine
kTel used to sell records on TV if I remember correctly.
@exitseven Yeap, and in Kmart and Sears stores to
Them are all good
The Beatles weren't around yet at that time.
Lets Twist Again
The Twist is the 1960s. OP is asking about the 1950s.
That’s close enough as far as I’m concerned
thats a good one and a must have
Great songs must haves
Thats a good one
The only opinion from girls was selected the Most Helpful Opinion, but you can still contribute by sharing an opinion!