Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Harlem Hot Chocolates

Found on eBay:


Side One:1. Sing, You Sinners - 2. St. James Infirmary

Side Two: 1. Hit Me In The Nose Blues 2. All Coming Home To You


Thank you, Jerry for sending me this

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Online discographies restyled.

After three month of re-arranging and re-styling I finished my web sites with a new menu and a new address. ( http://keepswinging.opweb.nl ). The major reason was that I became sick of the ads that pop-upped and slowed the pages down. Now the major sites, like my discographies are free of pop-up ads.

Mind that the durium (GB) discography is still under construction and will grow to completeness during the coming months.

Enjoy it and feel free to give your opinion and advices.

Keep swinging web site
Oscar Aleman discography
Hit of the week-Durium discographies

Keep swinging


HIT OF THE WEEK at Dismuke's

On Dismuke's Bulletin Board one of the items, posted some days ago, is the HIT OF THE WEEK; a place to post your favorite recording ( I guess). Great !!

I posted a message on this list to draw attention to MY HIT OF THE WEEK project, which contains all information about the early 1930s weekly released card board records that are so unique !!

So ..... It's good to see you here and to invite you to open one of the links at the right to get informed about my project.

Keep swinging web site

Monday, February 20, 2006

Hungarian Hit of the week?

Last year, in October, I met Ken Swerilas in Wageningen ( The Netherlands) at the two-annual Jazz Record Fair of the Doctor Jazz Magazine. He was record hunting all through Europe and told me he had found a Hungarian Hit of the week.
Today I found a message in my post box in which he promissed to send me a copy of it very soon. We keep in touch !!

Tuesday, February 14, 2006


Welcome to my new Hit of the week - Durium weblog. I hope this web log will be a way to communicate with all those dedicated Hit of the week collectors all over the world.

Please send me your messages or comments.

Keep swinging

Hans Koert