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Thank You!

Posted by DjPaulT on 8th October 2017

Hi everyone DjPaulT here. Thank you so much for your support and generosity during the fundraiser. It took just a little over 24 hours to exceed our fundraising goal. We will do it again in six months, however, you can donate anytime throughout the year.

Thanks again.


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Tornado and this weeks postings

Posted by DjPaulT on 7th August 2017

Hi everybody,

Some of you may have heard that a Tornado struck Tulsa early Sunday morning causing significant damage to parts of the city. I am fine and did not receive any damage however power was out for several hours. I am planning to postpone posting this week for several reasons. I will be going to help my fellow Tulsans with any clean up help that may be needed. In addition my mom was in the hospital last week and will be coming to stay with me a couple of days this week. So as you can see not much time for posting.

If you want to help with Tornado recovery efforts you can contact the American Red Cross.



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Posted by DjPaulT on 4th July 2017

Hi guys,

As you know my hosting service took BTG down for most of the weekend due to heavy traffic and bandwidth usage. I am happy to let you know the site is now back up and should be operating as normal. The problem was too many files being downloaded at one time causing an overload on my site and others on the server. I urge folks to not use download managers to try and grab several files at once, this can cause high bandwidth usage. I would appreciate if you pace yourselves and only download a couple of files per day.

In addition I had to remove about 700 posts from the site from 2010 to 2013 just because the site’s foot print is becoming very large. I may re-upload some of these at later dates with new transfers. There are also new security features that are running in the background that should help with routing traffic.

If bandwidth problems persists I may have to take further action by limiting each post to being active for thirty days. The other alternative is to purchase my own dedicated server which would require a lot of work and hefty donations from you guys. I don’t like having to do any of this but if that is what it takes to keep BTG open I will.

Thank you for your cooperation.


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A Note From DjPaulT

Posted by DjPaulT on 24th June 2017

Hi BTG fans,

I have had some readers ask me why do you post records that I have never heard of? The answer is I have very eclectic taste and I love showcasing songs and artists that have been forgotten. The 80s were a special time for music, and I like showing a wider, historical view of the brave creative choices that musicians made in that decade. I really get into broadening minds outside of the well-known mainstream songs that we all know and hear regularly. Not to say that I don’t like posting those. I do. I just think that we should be open to discovering new things from 80s music. I really appreciate when a post gets lots of likes or comments and I would like to see more of you participate in the BTG community. The main reason I started BTG way back in 2007 was to digitize and share my record collection with you. Many of the records have been forgotten by major labels. Many of you that have been following me all these years know that I am not a huge CD fan. I’m not really even keen on mp3s. They are both compressed and fidelity is lost. If I could, BTG would just be a lossless 24bit site, but that is not what most of my readers prefer. I guess what I want to say is that on BTG you can expect some obscure stuff with some mainstream added in the mix. I do hope that more of you will comment and press the like button on the BTG Facebook and Twitter pages.

I hope you have a great weekend.


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Memorial Day Weekend

Posted by DjPaulT on 26th May 2017

Hi, everyone

This weekend is Memorial Day weekend here in the USA a national holiday for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. The holiday also marks the start of the unofficial summer vacation season and many Americans take to lakes and camping grounds for the long holiday weekend. I will be leaving myself later this afternoon for a short holiday just to get away and reset.
I think after the tough week that we all had we should take a deep breath and remember that we are all in this crazy world together. I especially want to send a big hug to all that are hurting in Manchester and around the globe.

I will be back on Tuesday with more music.

Love & Light


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New Scanner

Posted by DjPaulT on 23rd April 2017

Hey everybody I hope your weekend was a good one. I picked up the new scanner Saturday afternoon and so far I really like it. It was very easy to set up and seems to scan really nicely. The images are sharp with lots of detail. The only thing that I noticed is scanning is a bit slow however I don’t mind given that the scan looks really nice. Another plus is that it has wireless internet connectivity so you can really place this massive beast anywhere. I like the touch screen panel on the front as well. I am going to test it out for the next week or so and decide if I like it enough to keep it. Below are a couple if pics for your reference.


Epson Workforce WF-7610



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