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February 12, 2007

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Kip W

Anybody out there have a 7" LP promoting the Titano "Sounds Great" accordion? Side B (or maybe it's Side A -- it's been so long) is a solo called "Twenty Fingers" Bossa Nova, and I've been jonesing to hear it for years. I search the web. I'm pathetic. Help me, WFMU!

Michael Downes

I want a Conn organ.

John Tabacco

The Conn Prelude Strummer and the record that came along with it is from the early 70's. My family bought a brand new one right around 1973.

Matt Baxley

I have a variation of the same Conn Prelude record, except the narrator has a....how to say....'crisper' voice, and the fantastic musical numbers are different. The opening one sounds the same, however. Mine is a demo for the Prelude Strummer, and includes the OEM Leslie, the Stage III reverb, the 'Sassy Brass', VFM, and other wonderful features. "Play now, learn later..."

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