The Premiere of The Global Jukebox

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Twenty years ago American folklorist and ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax designed "The Global Jukebox," a database that used descriptive tools to identify and link archival music and dance footage. The Global Jukebox was essentially Pandora — but conceived long before technology that could realize it existed. Ten years after his death, Lomax's dream may finally be realized: all of his recordings have been put online, but it will take at least another year to get his collection of dance film into the database.

Don Fleming is executive director of The Alan Lomax Archives.

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Don Fleming

Comments [3]

Kiyohide Kunizaki

from Tokyo

Thanks

Jan. 31 2012 11:42 AM
Dave Jerome from Boston, MA

"West End Blues" - Louis Armstrong

The ENTIRE album: "Kind of Blue" - Miles David et. al.

Jan. 31 2012 07:00 AM
carl, queens,n.y.

gene autry's ''don't fence me in''

Jan. 31 2012 06:38 AM

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