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> Once again... I'm looking for Songs with Train Effects in them, Songs with a train feel, or sounds in them
cristian1929
post May 17 2010, 05:41 PM
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This is another hot jazz tune with train efects, I love this version of the great Blue Ribbon Syncopators:

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New York, 29 April 1927
Columbia 14215-D


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post May 17 2010, 06:27 PM
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QUOTE (cristian1929 @ May 17 2010, 10:41 AM) *
Greg
This is another hot jazz tune with train efects, I love this version of the great Blue Ribbon Syncopators:

Scratch
Blue Ribbon Syncopators
New York, 29 April 1927
Columbia 14215-D


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Thanks!


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post May 20 2010, 06:59 PM
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Hi Greg, another old vintage train effects by:

Arthur Collins with acc by Studio Orchestra:
Railroad Rag
1911
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post May 21 2010, 04:59 AM
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QUOTE (cristian1929 @ May 20 2010, 11:59 AM) *
Hi Greg, another old vintage train effects by:

Arthur Collins with acc by Studio Orchestra:
Railroad Rag
1911
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Kewl! How did this 1911 record get such a "high fidelity" sound?


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post May 24 2010, 12:10 AM
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A train song recently heard on Radio Dismuke.

Art Kahn's Orch - Two Tickets to Georgia (vC.Bullock) (1933)


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Do they have a way to record Cylinders that go directly into a modern electronic device? Or is that cylinder going through a horn and into a mic?


Three examples of how to....
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Mic in horn

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Reproducer with RCA plugs

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Archeophone



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post May 24 2010, 02:53 AM
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QUOTE (Roseman @ May 23 2010, 05:10 PM) *
A train song recently heard on Radio Dismuke.

Art Kahn's Orch - Two Tickets to Georgia (vC.Bullock) (1933)




Three examples of how to....
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Mic in horn

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Reproducer with RCA plugs

.
Archeophone



Don...



Very neat, thanks!


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post Jun 8 2010, 11:38 AM
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Greg,

Great thread since train watching is a favorite hobby of mine second to vintage music and third to fishing. "Alabamy Bound" with Paul Whiteman's Orchestra 12/29/1924 has effects. A side note about this recording which I down loaded from the Red Hot Jazz Archive-I "pitched down" the recording when processing it through my noise reduction software and found there were qualities more akin to an early electrical recording than an actual acoustic recording. Could it be that the Victor fathers were experimenting early on prior to the late April 1925 release of the first electrical recordings from that shop?

Also check out George Olsen's "Beyond the Blue Horizon."

All the best.

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post Jun 8 2010, 04:51 PM
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QUOTE (Murfunit @ Jun 8 2010, 04:38 AM) *
Greg,

Great thread since train watching is a favorite hobby of mine second to vintage music and third to fishing. "Alabamy Bound" with Paul Whiteman's Orchestra 12/29/1924 has effects. A side note about this recording which I down loaded from the Red Hot Jazz Archive-I "pitched down" the recording when processing it through my noise reduction software and found there were qualities more akin to an early electrical recording than an actual acoustic recording. Could it be that the Victor fathers were experimenting early on prior to the late April 1925 release of the first electrical recordings from that shop?

Also check out George Olsen's "Beyond the Blue Horizon."

All the best.

Murfunit


As long as it ain't "train chasing!!!" LOL

I think too, that there were newer techniques in Acoustical recording in the '20s that captured sound very well... some of the victor recordings of the '20s have amazing full sound, including amazing bass when "upped" in the software!

Thanks for the suggestions... these are already on my list!

http://gregoryagogo.multiply.com/music/ite...oo_Choo_Express



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post Jun 10 2010, 02:04 AM
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Thanks Greg,

Here's my restored version of Whiteman's Alabamy Bound
Alabamy Bound -Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra 1924

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post Jun 14 2010, 07:27 PM
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This song kinda has that train rhythm with all the bells and whistles.


He's Welcome Home (1929)




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post Jun 14 2010, 08:30 PM
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Thanks! Neat machine!


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post Jun 14 2010, 10:22 PM
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QUOTE (gregoryagogo @ Nov 9 2009, 12:13 PM) *
I'm looking to compile a play list of songs not necessarlily about trains, but have train sound effects in them. I know I posted something along these lines years ago (can you believe it?--years?)!! I don't remember much of a list! So I'm trying again!


Songs I have already:

"Choo Choo", "Farwell Blues (Abe Lyman), "Daybreak Express" (Ellington), "Beyond the Blue Horizon" (Olsen), "My Cuties Due At Two To Two Today" (Weems), "Flag That Train To Alabam", (Hamm)...

any more?!

Any song that has a "Clickity-clack drums", "whistles", or just great creative arranging... all that create the feeling of being on a train...

Thanks!


Greg, here it is another train effects recording, made by:

Fess Williams & His Royal Flush Orchestra

Hot Town
Recorded 17/04/1929
Victor V-38077-A
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post Jun 15 2010, 01:02 AM
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I have that one already! smile.gif Thanks


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