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Published on May 23, 2009
This record at least 92 years old
Upon the recent passing of the Original Navajo Codetalker John Brown Jr. (my late friend Kimos grandfather) I found that he and my grandfather were high school buddies. My grandfather joined the Army and went to Europe and John joined the Marines and helped developed the Navajo Code. So this memorial day as a special tribute to all the armed services and the family, lover and children they leave behind I found this record. Written for soldiers battling world war one its a song to cheer up the ones left behind. This record is the best that Victor recording studios could offer when they use the best recording techs, engineers and material. Too bad that acoustic recording experts and their talents were not used on every Victor recording.
Title:Keep the Home-Fires Burning Label:Victorla Red Seal label Composer:Lena Gilbert Ford and Ivor Novello Recorded:(?).(?).1917 Artist:John McCormick Record Number: 64696 - A Format: Acoustically Recorded 78 RPM Record Technical issues: no Equalization curve, Turntable Speed 80,
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Recorded in Shiprock New Mexico Saturday, May 23, 2009 on a TTUSB ION turntable.