EARLY 60s DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, LYNN ANDERSON – NOTHING BETWEEN US

The flip side of Rose Garden, by Lynn Anderson on Columbia label, monaural and again extremely bassy,played on my Dumont console stereo circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what’s visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she’s pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard ‘lab series’ type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you’re playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you’ll hear
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Lynn Anderson Drinks Diet Shasta Shasta

I LOVE LYNN ANDERSON! Lynn came from Grand Forks, ND, not far from me! Original Columbia monaural 45rpmpressing; played on my 1962 Seeburg DS160HR – fully refurbished and customized. It has an auto-speed unit so it plays both 45rpm and 33-1/3rpm 7″ records, holds 80 records for 160 selections (more with extended-play discs), original rebuilt tube amplifier (transistorized pre-amp circuit), rebuilt Tormat tube-type selection receiver; rebuilt solid state (all transistorized) auto-speed unit; original Pickering dual-styli magnetic stereo cartridge. Original speakers: two 12″ woofers thru a “Seeburg Stereo Network” (low-pass filter); two 4×6″ ear speakers each thru a high-pass filter. Two extra 4″ tweeters and one subwoofer have been added (concealed inside the cabinet). If you are playing this back thru a sub and tweeters, you will get astounding bass and treble response. New reproduction upper & lower glass, custom 3-D mirrors around center crown and also flanking speaker grille. New stainless steel mirror-finish kickplate; repainted cabinet sides with custom pinstriping and decal work. The jukebox is wired with a ‘free-play’ credit unit which keeps the credit lamp lit, but the latch bar solenoid is only energized once the first button is pushed and releases when the second one is pushed. Ropelighting installed underneath the cabinet creates a blue glow beneath the juke. This piece of history looks as good as, or better than the day she rolled off the assembly line and has
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Lynn Anderson – Perfect Match (with Glenn Sutton)

From the album KEEP ME IN MIND(1973) Lynn Anderson – Perfect Match (Glenn Sutton – Ben Peters)
Video Rating: 0 / 5

CLASSIC MUSIC SPECIAL!!! JIM FERGUSSON… “LYNN ANDERSON STARS IN THIS SEGMENT OF MUTUAL RADIO’S “STAR-LIVE TO TAPE” SERIES… IN 1983 AND 1984 THE FAMOUS WRITER ALANNA NASH AND I DID 21 “STAR-LIVE TO TAPE” RADIO BROADCAST FOR MUTUAL RADIO (WHICH LEFT THE AIR IN 1999) THESE SHOWS USUALLY INCLUDED A 15 MINUTE STAR INTERVIEW SEGMENT WHICH ALANNA DID AFTER THE SHOW IN THE DRESSING ROOM BACKSTAGE… OR SOMETIMES ON THE STAR’S BUS… IT WAS ALWAYS A PLEASURE WORKING WITH ALANNA…SHE WAS MOST PROFESSIONAL…..ON THE TECHNICAL SIDE…I THINK “THE THING” THAT MAKES THIS SERIES OF RECORDINGS SO GREAT…IS THE SPECIAL ATTENTION I PAID TO CAPTURING THE “AUDIENCE” … AND IT’S REACTION TO THE ARTIST… AS A LISTENER…YOU ARE PLACED “EXACTLY” IN THE MIDDLE OF THAT AUDIENCE… THUS COMPLETING THE “YOU ARE THERE” APPROACH TO “LIVE” RECORDING…. THINK ABOUT IT…. I HAVE TAKEN YOU BACK IN TIME…BACK DECADES…AND PLACED YOU ABSOLUTLY IN THE MIDDLE OF THAT “LIVE” AUDIENCE… “TIMETRAVEL CAPTURED”…. THE MUTUAL RADIO “STAR-LIVE TO TAPE” SERIES… ALL PART OF JIM FERGUSSON’S “RADIO STORY!!!” FOR THE WHOLE STORY…GOOGLE OR VISIT… TRAXJIM… I HOPE THE POSITIVE ASPECTS OF “RADIO STORY” WILL SERVE AS AN INSPIRATION TO ALL KIDS EVERYWHERE TO BECOME INVOLVED IN BROADCASTING… “RADIO STORY” ILLUSTRATES THE POINT …THAT YOU CAN ACHIVE ALL THINGS DESIRED BY HARD WORK… AND BEING PREPARED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BREAKS… AND IN SOME CASES CREATE YOUR OWN BREAKS… FINALLY… “RADIO
Video Rating: 0 / 5

Lynn Anderson – Playing With The Queen Of Hearts (8/21)

Lynn Rene Anderson (born September 26, 1947 in Grand Forks, North Dakota) is an American country music singer and equestrian, best known for her Grammy Award-winning, worldwide mega-hit, “(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden.” Helped by her regular exposure on national television, Anderson was one of the most popular and successful female country singers of the 1970s. In addition to being named “Top Female Vocalist” by the Academy of Country Music (twice) and “Female Vocalist of the Year” by the Country Music Association, she has scored 11 #1, 18 Top 10, and over 50 Top 40 hits. She was the first female country artist to win an American Music Award in 1974, as well as the first to headline and sell out Madison Square Garden that same year. Anderson was named Billboards “Artist of the Decade” (1970–1980). Anderson debuted in 1966, at the age of 19, and had her first major hit with Ride, Ride, Ride. After a series of Top 10 hit singles on the country charts during the later half of the 1960s, Anderson went on to sign with Columbia Records in 1970. Under Columbia, she had her most successful string of hits. Her signature song, “(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden”, was and remains one of the most successful country crossover hits of all time. The song even made it to #3 on the Billboard Pop Chart and was later ranked #83 on CMT’s “100 Greatest Songs in Country Music History.” (extract from Wikipedia 2011)

Video Rating: 5 / 5