Recording Pioneers- Part 6

Frederick William Gaisberg 1873 – 1951 “Fred was clearly one of those Children with a natural talent for the keyboard, and his mother made the most of this opportunity from the moment she began to teach him when he was four.” -Extract from ‘A Voice in Time’ – Jerrold Northrop Moore  Name:      Continue reading “Recording Pioneers- Part 6”

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Nipper 1884 – 1895

Name:            Nipper Born:              1884 Resident:        London Occupation:   Posing for paintings, attacking Gramophones, looking for His   Masters Voice Loves:              Being a world famous icon, treats Francis Barraud’s painting of a fox terrier to an early gramophone remains one of the oldest and best-known of trademarks and records logos. It was a brilliantly conceivedContinue reading “Nipper 1884 – 1895”

Recording Pioneers- Part 5

Francis Barraud 1856 – 1924 “The whole world saw it and succumbed to its charm” -Alfred Clark comments on the painting Name:                   Francis Barraud Born:                    June 16, 1856 Resident:             Born in London Occupation:         Artist, Painter, stray dog lover Loves:                 Painting, animals Francis James Barraud was born into a family ofContinue reading “Recording Pioneers- Part 5”

Apple sues Amazon over App stores. History goes round and round..like a record.

Apple, who for years was in dispute with The Beatles’ Apple Corps over name and logo usage, is now taking the lead and suing Amazon for use of the term ‘App Store’ according to the Daily Telegraph.  It’s a problem that over the years has upset the likes of Hoover, Biro and………….The Gramophone Company. Thomas Edison’s originalContinue reading “Apple sues Amazon over App stores. History goes round and round..like a record.”