Photo: Photo Courtesy of Fran Laks
Photo: Courtesy of Katherine Brow
A 78rpm record with a startling name: The A-side reads The Bright Fiery Cross, and the B-side reads The Jolly Old Klansman. The record came with a stack of 1920s albums included in the Victrola Jan Hazel bought at an Indiana antique store.
Photo: Courtesy of Rachel Ross
Did this amp boom the bass line of the Motown sound? This battered Ampeg B-15 amp with the name James Jamerson stenciled on the side, was found by Steve Fishman. A musician himself, he was excited to explore its authenticity with HISTORY DETECTIVES
History Detectives, Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.