Monthly Archives: January 2007

DIY: Music Hall MMF-2.1 Tonearm Rewiring

This month’s DIY project wraps up something I started a few years ago. I’d purchased a used Music Hall MMF-2.1 turntable from a fellow member of a forum I frequent. I knew that the cartridge clips had snapped off, and … Continue reading

Posted in Audio/Video Hardware

Reloading The CD Changer; Rediscovering The Music Collection

My CD and LP collections are in a disarray right now. Since my main listening area is on the main floor of the house now, rather than the basement, only parts of my main system and music collection have followed … Continue reading

Posted in Music

RCA Living Stereo SACDs, Pt. 1

A few years ago, BMG began releasing RCA’s Living Stereo classical albums from the 50s and 60s on hybrid SACDs. One had to wonder if the SACDs, or any digital equivalent, could live up to the magic of the original … Continue reading

Posted in Music

More Tijuana Brass and Herb Alpert Reissues Coming!

Great news for fans of the Tijuana Brass and solo Herb Alpert recordings: Herb Alpert’s nephew, Randy “Badazz” Alpert, has informed us at A&M Corner that they are preparing the next round of reissues for release on the Shout! Factory … Continue reading

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“Ask Your Neighbor” Still A Radio Favorite

A month from today, a long-running Detroit radio show will mark its 45th anniversary on the air. Bob Allison’s “Ask Your Neighbor” now broadcasts on WNZK-AM (690), but the format is still the same: callers reach Allison with a question … Continue reading

Posted in Say What?