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Russ maintains Blog design and content of "Russ & Gary's Best Years of Music", with a little bit of writing. Gary researches and writes most of the content. He is the one with the greater knowledge regarding history of Rock and Roll Music. The Blog would be shallow without Gary's tremendous contributions.

New Album Compilation

Finally, here it is, hot off the squeeze, a new album compilation called HIS MASTER’S VOICE * with little Eloise listening to the horn.

The whole arsenal can be heard here; soprano, alto, tenor, bari and flute. I hope you like this mix.

* Her Master’s Voice is of course a “sequel” to this:

His Master’s Voice

His Master’s Voice (HMV) was the name of a major British record label created in 1901 by The Gramophone Co. Ltd. The phrase was coined in the late 1890s from the title of a painting by English artist Francis Barraud, which depicted a Jack Russell Terrier dog named Nipper tilting his head to listen to a recording on a wind-up disc gramophone. In the original, unmodified 1898 painting, the dog was listening to a cylinder phonograph. The painting was also famously used as the trademark and logo of the Victor Talking Machine Company, later known as RCA Victor.