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New CD of Seabreeze Park Wurlitzer 165
By Matthew Caulfield

On or about June 1st of this year Dave and Jackie Kaspersin's
Dynamic Recording Studios will be releasing a new CD of the Seabreeze
band organ.  I believe the organ that is heard on this CD is the new
Verbeeck replica Wurlitzer 165 organ.  They do have hours and hours of
unreleased music from the original band organ that burned up March 31,
1994.  Plans are to release a new CD every year.  Visit:

    http://www.dynrec.com

Dave tried something novel in one recording session and included one
tune on the new CD from that session to see what public reaction would
be.  He loaded his recording equipment onto the carousel and recorded
one whole roll while the carousel was in motion.  He says that the
feeling of being on the moving machine while the CD plays that tune is
very real, especially if you use headphones.

Dave also said that he nearly fell flat on his face when he got off the
carousel after 25 minutes of continuous riding.

Matthew Caulfield


(Message sent Fri 1 May 1998, 00:52:25 GMT, from time zone GMT-0700.)

Key Words in Subject:  165, CD, New, Park, Seabreeze, Wurlitzer

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