Wednesday, September 05, 2018

Volume 12-Ten (Eleven!) Years On

Well, I figured I should go ahead and throw this up before I forget about it again. This is the very last installment in the For Hi-Fi Living series I first shared with you back in 2007, and started resharing sometime last year. Sorry it's taken so long to get finished with it, but there always seems to be something better to do. I hope it was worth the wait. The earlier installment by Malcolm Lockyer is one of the less-downloaded volumes, but I'm not sure why.  This one is pretty similar to all the ones that have come before, except there are no interludes of any sort between songs.  Still not sure what those were all about after all this time. Anyhow, I'm very happy to finally bring this series to a close once again, because that means I can share other stuff without feeling bad.  After a great Christmas in July, I'm looking forward to turning my attention to a small stack of records that's built up that have nothing to do with Christmas.  And then, of course, I need to get really serious about the Christmas music.  But in the meantime, please download and enjoy Malcolm Lockyer And His Orchestra-We're Having A Party (RCA Custom RAL-1012, Mono, 1957).

1. I've Found A New Baby
2. Heartaches
3. (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons
4. Under Paris Skies (Sous Le Ciel De Paris)
5. Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don't Love Nobody But Me)
6. Undecided
7. Little Girl
8. You Know (Tu Sais)
9. I'll Never Smile Again
10. The Petite Waltz
11. Baby Won't You Please Come Home
12. Now Is The Hour (Maori Farewell Song)

Zippyshare
If none of this means anything to you, click through the links below to visit all the other albums in the series.  As of now, they're still all up and available to download.  They may never come around again, so get 'em while they're hot!
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13 comments:

Buster said...

Thanks, buddy - I just came across the Peter Barclay LP in this series today. Passed it by because I have your transfer. I bought a Wally Stott record. I think I already have two copies of it, but you gotta make sure, you know what I mean?

Excited to see that you plan other non-Christmas transfers!

Zoltán Levente Gugi said...

Thank you very much!

barba said...

oh man, volume 12! and here i’ve been going around for the past six months talking about an “ernie’s dozen” every time eleven of anything came up. looks like i’ve got some more ‘splainin to do.

mel said...

Thanks, Ernie, for this whole series for the second time around.

Bill said...

Thanks Ernie!

Badgercat said...

Thank you, Ernie. This was a nice thing to see!

Rodney Haydon said...

Thank you, Ernie. Many of us really appreciate your shares, and this series has been a great one.

docvoltage said...

Thank you thank you thank you ! I have been eagerly awaiting this last volume to complete the set!

Mac said...

Wonderful to have them all now, I think my favorites are vol 1, 3 and this one #12.

I guess on the interlude stick it makes sense when you play an entire album at once with a nice transistion from one track to the next - in this day of just putting the player on shuffle it does not. anyway they should have done it with all in the series if for nothing else consistency

That said I (and I'm sure others)greatly appreciate the effort as always - thanks for an even dozen

Kwork said...

Thank you for completing this set once again. Much appreciated!

Anonymous said...

A heartfelt thank you and congratulations on completing your second posting of these albums. I had the previous 12 and was waiting for the last re-master of the second group. If anybody cares, I seem to remember that the first group had cleaner back covers by far. I use them when I make a CD.

Thanks for all the Christmas in July and August. I was wondering if you might go into September this year. lol

Frog Queen said...

Thanks so much! I'm looking forward to listening to this series.

George Birch said...

Thanks for all these.

I'm just sitting here listening to Camarata and waiting for Christmas.