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MICHAEL FEINSTEINS AMERICAN SONGBOOK

Time Machines

  • Aired: 02/03/2012
  • 06:05
  • Rating: NR
Michael Feinstein visits film collector Mark Cantor who demonstrates his Panoram machine, which was used to play 'Soundies' in the 1940s. Soundies were the original music videos, a kind of motion picture juke box installed in bars and restaurants that offered short musical films of all the popular talents of the era.
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Michael Feinstein explores how films and recordings capture and alter our musical past.
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