Phantom 3rd Channel!

Yes, I do like to pick up odd albums at the thrift store. And even though digitizing them is a bigger hassle than the software promised it would be, I was able to get a few more tracks captured this evening.

For your listening enjoyment and edification we’ve selected a couple of tracks from an unusual various artist album. This is not just an odd collection of hits. No, this is a demonstration record produced to accompany Admiral stereophonic devices. It is on the Decca label and consists of music by artists released by Decca.

First the announcer man will explain to you that there is a right channel, a left channel, and a PHANTOM 3rd Channel!!!!!

Sorry to cut you off, announcer man. I had no idea you were about to present several more aural examples of how you can hear things from your left channel, right channel and PHANTOM 3rd CHANNEL!!!!

Soon enough the tunes begin…a sampling of what I presume were popular artists and music of the day.

The featured selection tonight is Trumpet Cha Cha Cha by Warren Covington and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. Amazon says this track was from an album released in 1958. It was re-issued in 2010 as a CD. But is it in PHANTOM 3rd CHANNEL SOUND?

Bonus Track – ┬áIt is an instrumental from Bill Haley And His Comets called Joey’s Song.