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  1. "HEAVYSIDE LAYER"...a FASCINATING HISTORY of RADIO, TV, RECORDING

    In 1946, Alan, now age 95, began his career as a producer of a regular broadcast on the Mutual Broadcast Radio Network. Using state-of-the-art recording techniques, which included 16” acetate...
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    In Search of WHY

    NOW more than ever, we're "In Search of Why". Stoney Lonesome's answer may surprise you. Made prior to our current predicament, he pondered the question, WHY? If you can use a little light...
  3. "This Too Shall Pass" A 95 year old NYC man's perspective

    A 95 Year Old NYC Man's Perspective. As part of The Greatest Generation, Alan shares his vivid recollection of a scene in 1941 at Penn Station, NYC as young Americans went off to war. Filmed March...
  4. Actual EDISON wax cylinder recording "The Cricket on the Hearth"

    "Cricket on the Hearth" fiddle/banjo duet recorded on an actual 1915 Edison Model "B" cylinder recording machine using a "yellow paraffin" wax cylinder. Cylinder recordings were limited to 2 minutes...
  5. Big Apple'achia "I'd Rather Be a Lonesome Pine"

    Big Apple'achia in New York City. "I'd Rather Be a Lonesome Pine".
    "Big Apple'achia are skyscrapingly high, lonesome purists!"
    --The Village Voice--

    STONEY LONESOME PRODUCTIONS™
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    "It's LONESOME Overall"

    It’s Lonesome in an era of handmade craftsmanship, a time when workers took pride in their work and built things to last a lifetime. The Ford Motor Car, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Martin Guitar, and...
  7. Recording on an EDISON wax cylinder...actual recording!

    Friends of Lonesome:
    Wittness an actual recording session (accurately re-created) of a fiddle/banjo on a 1915 Edison Model "B" phonograph player, using an actual wax cylinder. Old-time tune is...
  8. The Cricket and the Lonesome EDISON Record Session

    It's a cold day in February of 1921 and two itinerant musicians happen upon a record company scouting agent, Smedley DeRange, and make one of the first country music field recordings. Using the...
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