Dance Ads > old ballroom LPs

Discussion in 'Dance Ads' started by ballroomdancertoo, Apr 13, 2010.

  1. ballroomdancertoo

    ballroomdancertoo Well-Known Member

    I have a bunch of old ballroom dance LPs. I was going to transfer all of them to CDs but my computer broke and I lost all the CDs. I since then have not had time to redo it so I am selling these LPs. If interested please pm and I will get back to you.
    Thanks for ready this post.
     
  2. Linda J Schlensker

    Linda J Schlensker New Member

    Would you want to give them to someone who would copy them onto CD for you and then return? If you work this deal, send a few at a time and get your CD's back before you send another set. Might be a win/win. Depending on what you got, I might be interested.
     
  3. TinyDancer109

    TinyDancer109 Well-Known Member

    what are LPs?
     
  4. j_alexandra

    j_alexandra Well-Known Member

    Please tell me this was a joke?
     
  5. TinyDancer109

    TinyDancer109 Well-Known Member

    no :oops: what does it stand for?
     
  6. tanya_the_dancer

    tanya_the_dancer Well-Known Member

    I know what they are (they are also known as vinyls), but I have no idea what LP stands for.
     
  7. TinyDancer109

    TinyDancer109 Well-Known Member

    oooooh ok!! can someone tell us why they are called LP?
     
  8. Larinda McRaven

    Larinda McRaven Site Moderator Staff Member

    Long-Playing as opposed to the Single
     
  9. j_alexandra

    j_alexandra Well-Known Member

    Singles played one song per side, at 45 rpm (revolutions per minute); LPs played five or so songs per side, at 33rpm. They both came later than 78s, which played at -- you guessed it -- 78rpm.

    Back in the day when I worked in that industry, we still made cassettes, but CDs had finally come in and replaced vinyl. Very few clients wanted vinyl LPs. What we called records.

    Hand me my cane and my teeth, gramps!
    Now I feel really, really old.
     
  10. Bailamosdance

    Bailamosdance Well-Known Member

    These days, vinyl is making a big comeback tho...
     
  11. TinyDancer109

    TinyDancer109 Well-Known Member

    thanks for the clarification, all! :)
     
  12. DanceJoy

    DanceJoy Member


    I didn't know what LP stood for either!
     
  13. fascination

    fascination Site Moderator Staff Member

    oh lordy...I knew there was a reason I was avoiding this thread...off to take my geritol and try to find some replays of lawrence welk...don't ask
     
  14. Joe

    Joe Well-Known Member

    Define "big." ;)
     
  15. tangotime

    tangotime Well-Known Member

    And vinyl replaced the records that were made from ( not quite sure what we used to call it ?)
     
  16. j_alexandra

    j_alexandra Well-Known Member

    Acetate. My ex boss started his career in the music biz as an edger, a man who literally trimmed the ratty edges off acetates by hand.
     
  17. Steve Pastor

    Steve Pastor Moderator Staff Member

    In the 50s they would cut acetates as first cut / masters, no?
    I remember reading about Sam Phillps, Elvis, etc eaither getting acetates to listen to (Elvis and Hound Dog?) or taking the acetate to the big local dj for air play before other records were played.

    They did EPs, too, at that time. They put several songs on each one, but not as many as the later LPS.

    Carl Perkins was upset when he got one of the new, flimsey feeling 33s.

    Are these records that were sold to the public, or were they masters?
     
  18. Terpsichorean Clod

    Terpsichorean Clod Well-Known Member

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