If you're sure its a 60s original, then my best advice is probably to find out more at a specialist forum i. Might be worth something, might not. Ditto, a bare-bones 70s-style inlay- I had cassettes bought in the mids that still came with the 70s-style inlays like this one , as they hadn't got round to redesigning them. The giveaway with later manufacturing runs is that they often have the cassette text printed directly onto the shell instead of being labelled like the one shown. If the cassette has a clear shell like this one , then it's probably even newer mids onwards?
They definitely are original old ones because my OH or myself bought them at the time. Although not everyone could win, we enjoyed reading through your responses, and were able to take a look back at so many great products.
A Place for Mom is paid by our participating communities, therefore our service is offered at no charge to families. My friend and I have a collection of cassettes from the 70's and 80's, some of them irreplaceable. We're planning to make digital copies of them. I remember from my studio days that old reel-to-reel tapes could get sticky after years in storage but we never ran into the problem so I can't remember how to prevent it.
Before we start I'll clean the machine, check the rollers and such and align it. What I'm worried about are the tapes themselves. Has anyone had any experience with this? What else do I need to do before playing these back so they don't get ruined?
I play all kinds of tapes from the no issues here. I think they will still work flawlessly. Tapes are build like tanks : You definetely won't rip them off at the end. I tried to rip one by Hand. No chance. Old cassettes may shed a little, but I don't think they should be sticky. Another Smash!!! Going to the Ventures Dance Party! Let's Go! Walk, Don't Run, Vol. Knock Me Out! Where the Action Is! Wild Things! Louis Memory Released: Label:. The Ventures Favorites Released: Label:.
Another in a long string of hits from , Classical Gas was both composed and performed by Mason Williams, an American composer and poet. The track has been re-recorded and re-released numerous times, but the original recording features Mason on classical guitar with the backing of an orchestra. An interesting fact about the track; it was originally titled Classical Gasoline but was shortened to Classical Gas by the music copyist. Hugh Masakela was the first artist to record Grazing in the Grass in March of , and his original version continues to hold relevance even today.
Composed by Philemon Hou, the track was actually inspired by another Masakela song from earlier in his career, Mr.Find great deals on eBay for cassettes 50 60's music. Shop with confidence.