Friday, March 17, 2023

Dream Weapons present: THE SHRINE C90


The Shrine was a fraternal publication distributed to members from 1926–1928. Freemasonry feel like a bizarre anachronism to me. Yet to me these nearly century old magazine-covers are timeless works of captivating beauty. And that’s why I reworked the very first Shrine publication for another intercontinental mix of shellac-era oldies. It’s intended to match the charm and mystique of its musical content - and vice versa -Moahaha
 

1 Betty Cody - Pale Moon (1953)
2 Mohamed Abdel Wahab - Ayamy (1954)
3 橘 良江 - イタリーの庭  (1935)
4 ダークダックス - 宵待草 (1959)
5 Damia - Beau Petit Marin de Passage (1933)
6 Tony Martinez and His Mambo Combo - Pharoah's Curse (1957)
7 금사향  - 소녀의 꿈 (1956)
8 The Dinning Sisters - Drop Me a Line (early 1940's)
9 Connie Haynes - Be Careful It's My Heart (1942)
10 Gordon Jenkins - The Lady and the Cellist (1954)
11 Ronald Frankau & Renee Roberts - Good Morning Mr. Barlow (1936)
12 Jimmie Lunceford - Chillun, Get up (1934)
13 Odete Amaral - Tenho Que Fugir (1941)
14 Robert Gaden - Perdóname (1939)
15 Gina Martin - Elegua (1957)
16 Suraiya - Naam Tera Hai Zaban Par (1950)

17 Farid el-Atrash - Ahwak We Rouhiy Fadak (1942)
18 Sid Peltyn & Orchestra - Hells Bells (1933)
19 King Radio & The Lion - Abyssinian Lament (1934)
20 Margot Loyola - Despedida (1958)
21 이미자 - 열아홉 순정 (1959)
22 Pete Rugolo - Interlude (1956)
23 The Sportsmen - Me and My Shadow (1950)
24 Rudi Terzett Schuricke - Anjuschka (1939)
25 The Charioteers - With Every Breath I Take (1942)
26 Franco Ferrara - Antibes - New Dawn (1957)
27 Jens-Book Jensen - Bli Hos Mig (1934)
28 The Fontane Sisters - Linger in My Arms a Little Longer, Baby (1946)
29 Sebo Miklos - Ködbe Borult Már a Határ (1933)
30 Sol Ho'opi'i - Most of All I Want Your Love (1927)
31 Sam Browne & Ambrose Orchestra - Goodnight To You All (1937)

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-I’ve made quite a few 78RPM-era collections by now. Just press the Oldies-tag and among a few exotica/xmas/easy listening/latin-mixes (containing both very old, and some slightly less old songs) you’ll find about a dozen C60/C90’s containing nothing but a century - up to six decade old music.

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