DO YOU YEARN TO SEE AGAIN MUSIC VIDEOS FROM THE 1950s,1960s, 1970s (mpeg)??? ----PERFORMANCES YOU THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER SEE AGAIN (except perhaps on you-tube, which is small screen and not always there when you go back to look for the clip a second time????)
OR ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AUDIO-ONLY SONGS FROM THE 1950s/60s/70s (mp3's)??? 45's YOU LOST AND THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER FIND AGAIN ?
First : the music VIDEOs : I and my music partner have over 12,000 (yes twelve thousand lol) music videos (mainly mpeg format, a few avi, etc-----all playable on PC---and convertible for TV with the right software; I do that for myself sometimes, but do not have time to convert for TV for others I'm afraid). They range from thousands of "singles" taken from TV shows of the time, or promo vids of the time, or cinema films, or concerts.....anywhere and everywhere.
I love this music and I am happy to share what I have ( the only costs are for the CD or DVD plus disc case, packaging and postage - standard recorded delivery to any destination).
I DO have a full catalogue of all our music video collection, but I prefer to receive requests from music-lovers who are looking for certain artists or songs on mpg film format ( though if absolutely necessary, I will send full free catalogue by email). The music videos range from 20-40 MBs for a normal "single" ( ie. about 3 minutes)..........all the way up to 1 GB for a huge full-scale concert (more than an hour).........and everything in-between ( most are in the 30 to 80 MB range, if I had to guess at an average figure). I have all the greats of the 50s/60s and 70s: they are originals or, in a few cases, later versions by the original artist(s) at nostalgia concerts etc. The heart of the collection lies in chart singles ( especially 1960s).......but SO much more is available; it would be impossible to describe here.
I also have many documentaries about music /performers/producers/etc/etc from the 50s/60s/70s-----they are normally in the 100MB to 500 MB range and last up to an hour or more.
Some of these videos are 50 years old ( and I do also have some 1930s/40s material too), so the quality is not always like looking at a video from Madonna or Michael Jackson, but they are as good as films from that era which are shown on TV now. And some have been enhanced to perfect picture and sound quality. On the whole they all sound like you were playing a 45 in excellent condition, or a modern CD. Picture quality is generally excellent or very good; if it is not, you will be informed in advance and see a "clip" so you can decide.
NEXT : AUDIO MUSIC (mp3's)--------I have no catalogue for you to browse.....
because ermmmm....I haven't got one :))) I estimate the collection to run to nearly 30,000 songs. Once again they are centered around pop, chart and LP music of the 1950s, 60s, 70s (but the collection is so wide ranging that it covers some of the earliest music recordings ever made eg The Great Caruso at start of the 20th century ;to some "modern" material from the 21st century-----but always remember that my collection is aimed at the period described in the rest of this website: www.memoriesneverdie.co.uk
SO IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A PERFORMANCE YOU THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER SEE AGAIN OR A SONG YOU THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER OWN AGAIN, PLEASE WRITE TO ME ( WITH AS MUCH INFO AS POSSIBLE) AT email@example.com
NB: All music-lovers who request material will be reminded of copyright laws and asked for an assurance that any videos/songs are for their own personal and private use only. Having said that, many of these videos/songs are too old for anyone to remember who might have a copyright so the issue might mainly be academic. This website's policy and feelings about copyright are well documented on site, especially on the music pages: and that remains unaltered. Also, one of the main purposes of providing items from my collection is to encourage recipients to look for more material by the same artist/company on ebay etc; and to encourage them to buy the original material which may now be available on CDs in record shops either as solo material or as part of "oldies" compilation CDs. More info on request at firstname.lastname@example.org