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General Sharing & Discussion => Library Vinyl and CD rips => Topic started by: cesser000 on April 18, 2018, 06:33:15 PM

Title: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: cesser000 on April 18, 2018, 06:33:15 PM
DW 2712 - Frans Mijts Progressive Dance Orchestra (1961)

Got hold of this WAV rip just this morning from a guy in France that I deal with on occasion.  I've been looking for the specific track on this record titled 'Skirmish' for the longest time, as it appears in a couple NFL Films programs from 1968.  Anyway, just passing along the full record for everyone here - enjoy!

WAV - 49 MBs -   h--ps://mega.nz/#!qwAiHb5a!g_4FjoLwSJsIjpsPKWy_3arNT3R-k2XOyA67JWqGZic
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: Greta on April 18, 2018, 07:00:16 PM
Thank you cesser.
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: Your Pal Doug on April 18, 2018, 08:09:27 PM
Thank you.
Any idea on the composers?
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: cesser000 on April 18, 2018, 09:00:24 PM
Any idea on the composers?

The actual composer would be Frank Rothman - Frans Mijts was an alias that he used -- https://www.discogs.com/artist/2671940-The-Frank-Rothman-Progressive-Dance-Orchestra (https://www.discogs.com/artist/2671940-The-Frank-Rothman-Progressive-Dance-Orchestra)
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: Mr on April 19, 2018, 01:22:20 AM
Thank you! I didn't even know this one existed.

The actual composer would be Frank Rothman - Frans Mijts was an alias that he used
The other way around, actually - Frans Mijts was one of the handful of Hilversum-ites that did work for De Wolfe. Like Jan Stoeckart ("Jack Trombey"), he opted for a more British-sounding name for most of his work there.
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: a8detective on April 19, 2018, 04:48:48 AM
     Thank you, cesser!
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: cesser000 on April 19, 2018, 02:58:47 PM
The other way around, actually - Frans Mijts was one of the handful of Hilversum-ites that did work for De Wolfe. Like Jan Stoeckart ("Jack Trombey"), he opted for a more British-sounding name for most of his work there.

Thanks Mr - I probably knew that, but somewhere along the line I flip-flopped them in my brain  :)
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: Flemming on April 19, 2018, 07:54:48 PM
Thank you cesser000!  :)
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: stackjackson on April 20, 2018, 04:17:00 AM
Thanks, cesser! And thanks to Mr for the Frans Mijts info.
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: Muff Diver on June 11, 2018, 08:10:26 PM

Thanks very much, Cesser000!
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: mshow81 on August 13, 2019, 12:31:36 AM
Missed out on this the first time - the link is no longer valid. Re-up please?
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: cesser000 on August 13, 2019, 04:30:37 PM
Missed out on this the first time - the link is no longer valid. Re-up please?

Wow, I'm surprised that original link went down since it was on one of my MEGA accounts.  No worries though - here it is again ---- hxxps://mega.nz/#!dfxnzYRa!YJGSH59UQ3haoU1oErIswAQ_utKkWkI03f6Qc62_tIg
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: mshow81 on August 13, 2019, 09:28:21 PM
Missed out on this the first time - the link is no longer valid. Re-up please?

Wow, I'm surprised that original link went down since it was on one of my MEGA accounts.  No worries though - here it is again ---- hxxps://mega.nz/#!dfxnzYRa!YJGSH59UQ3haoU1oErIswAQ_utKkWkI03f6Qc62_tIg

thanks for the re-upload.
I admit that the original link being down caught me by surprise, since it was a MEGA link. No issues with the new link - downloaded, unzipped, and listened to. (I think that track A2, BEDAZZLE, is my favorite of the 4 tracks.)
Title: Re: De Wolfe DW 2712 (1961)
Post by: Pegbars on August 16, 2019, 03:06:54 AM
This rip has a lot of distortion in it.  I looked at the waveform, and you can see the clipping.  Is there any chance your French friend can rip it again, with the gain not so high?  ;D

(https://i552.photobucket.com/albums/jj352/w3hr/Clipping.jpg) (http://s552.photobucket.com/user/w3hr/media/Clipping.jpg.html)