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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Sunday Drive: A Swingin' Safari

As performed by Bert Kaempfert and his orchestra, 1962:


Frank said...

This is stranger than fiction. My husband and I have been downsizing in anticipation of a move - and record albums, being heavy, must go.

I've just this past week gone through my collection of record albums, some of which I've digitalized using a turntable device for that purpose. I then took probably 150 albums to the used record shop. (got $60 - better than taking them to the landfill)

Since then, I've heard several of the songs and/or record albums played or mentioned on the local University station or they've popped up on websites here and there. And many are, if not obscure, mostly forgotten.

Swingin' Safari was one of the tunes I liked - I had it on an album entitled "Music to Barbecue By" which was a collection of the popular instrumentals of the day.

And now this on BTRS. Totally eerie. What DOES it all MEAN?

Russ Manley said...

How strange. Maybe the moon is in the seventh house . . . .

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