Welcome to the world of Renovation Remasters. Beyond this door lies another galaxy - hundreds of tiny planets, each one spinning at 78 revolutions per minute. From your first vantage point, the spheres will appear two-dimensional. But step into your diamond-tipped, intergalactic microship and have a closer look. As you approach each waxen world, you'll see a third dimension: mountains rising up from the dark, molten surface in what appear to be concentric circles, but is actually a single, vast range. Fly around the perimeter till you find your way in. The roads are rough - they were built a century ago, in many cases. But if you float just above the surface and listen carefully, you'll hear the story of the mountains, nestled within its jagged ridges. It's a story that's survived many generations. The characters are long gone, but their legends linger on.
Mission control asks one favor, before you embark on your journey through microspace: please click on "Raison d'Être" above and take a few minutes to learn the history of the Renovation Remasters universe.
To access the music links on this site, please send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Renovation Remasters" in the subject window. Please include your first and last name in the body of the message, and a very short description of your interest in vintage recordings. Registration is free. You'll receive an email confirmation with your username (your email address) and a temporary password, with a link to reset it.
Travel safely and GOOD SPEED!
For those interested in exploring the history of recorded music, Reverend Kingfish has created an easy-to-use index of the Discography of American Recorded (DAHR) Music run by the University of California Santa Barbara. The index provides simple search capabilities as well as direct links to the DAHR page for each recording. Links to Google and YouTube searches are also provided. The index can be accessed here.