Daily Archive: November 9, 2020

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Free In Concert – 1972 – Past Daily Soundbooth

We’re here because of your support: Become a Patron! It’s always something of a mixed blessing to run across a concert by a band who were well known, but very little existing of them recorded in concert under decent conditions. In this case, it’s a good sounding concert but the...

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Le Orme – Live In Milan – 1974 – Past Daily Soundbooth: Rock Without Borders Classic Edition

The tape of this concert has been sitting in a box, on a shelf, in the vault for the better part of thirty years. I had assumed it was an advance copy of the album Le Orme In Concerto which came out in 1974, and both my tape and the...

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Britain In 1950 – New Government, New Outlook, Hopeful Economy – Past Daily Reference Room

London Forum – Discussion on the economy in Britain and the elections – November 8, 1950 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – After the end of World War II, the British economy had huge amounts of absolute wealth. Its economy was driven entirely for the needs of war and took...

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November 9, 1938 – Neville Chamberlain And The Munich Crisis – Staving Off The Inevitable

Lest we all forget events in history leading up to other events in history, the Munich Crisis of 1938 served as the Preview Of Coming Attractions in what would eventually become World War 2. In what became a word associated with weakness in Foreign Policy, Appeasement had averted, at least...