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    Slow in here so I thought I’d post something ...
    About 30 years ago a demolition team was digging a hole to push structures into to burn,then cover completely. I was called to check out a water well which was old , rusted, and not worth salvaging..I checked out a store house which was next on the list to be destroyed.. Inside there were about a thousand 45’s and some artist I did not know...Anyway, I consider myself a salvage expert of sorts and pulled these out of the demolition teams way....The Elvis has one song on it that I was told was his only C&W ........JJ

  • #2
    Ah, the twentieth century iPod! What's funny is I know all of these songs! I am 16 and wow, that is very weird for this day and age. Cool stuff! I bet a collector would pay something for those.

    My grandmother had some troubles with her water pipes a few months ago. They had to pull up the floor to get to them, and lo and behold, sat a bunch of 1960's super bowl Wheaties boxes. My grandfather collected everything under the sun and hid it, or displayed it. Don't ask me why he buried cereal boxes though...
    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee


    • #3
      You still have the record player?
      Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan


    • #4
      Hey JJ, Nice save. I remember listening to 45's when I was young. My favorite was "Pistol Packin Mama"

      Al Dexter : Pistol Packin' Mama ( 1943 )
      Last edited by Ron Kelley; 11-30-2018, 12:12 PM.
      Michigan Yooper
      If You Don’t Stand for Something, You’ll Fall for Anything


      • Lindenmeier-Man
        Lindenmeier-Man commented
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        I’ve never heard that song Ron but my wife is that song !

    • #5
      Hey we had 45’s to cool and a record player .
      On Elvis it was Hound Dig and the flip side was Dont be cruel .. how many of you out there are singing it now


    • #6
      hound dog


      • #7
        Love them old Sun records, when I was a kid, my folks only had 78 rpm records.