It sounds like the first Coinola they were talking about on Nickel
Music was the Memory Lane Special. This is probably the only recording
of it. Paul also had a Coinola C-2 and you can hear it on the album,
"A Nickels Worth, When" and "For My Grandchildren".
The Beale Street special shows up on 3 albums -- "Nickel Music", "More
from the Gay 90s Village" and "A Nickels Worth, When". It plays a good
version of "Beale Street Blues" on "A Nickels Worth". I wish they
had done a full album of both of these but they did do a full album of
their Wurlitzer style "O" photoplayer, 2 of the Wurlitzer style "I"
piano, the Seeburg "H" pictured in the upcoming Reblitz book, and
several others, not to mention all the band organs they recorded.
One good thing about a record album was the nice big picture of the
instrument on the cover. I've heard of a few of these albums being
sold on eBay.