Michael Droste | Edison's Light & Sound (One Song Every Day Project Song) [#188 July 7]

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Edison's Light & Sound (One Song Every Day Project Song) [#188 July 7]

by Michael Droste

Edison's Light & Sound Song #188 Jul 7 Thomas Alva Edison - born 1847, Milan, Ohio, U.S. d. Oct. 18, 1931, West Orange, N.J. American inventor who, singly or jointly, held a world record 1,093 patents.
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REDONE, REMASTERED, RECYCLED - This is what I would have released if I had more time. This is Song #188 Jul 7 Thomas Alva Edison - born 1847, Milan, Ohio, U.S. d. Oct. 18, 1931, West Orange, N.J. American inventor who, singly or jointly, held a world record 1,093 patents. In addition, he created the world's first industrial research laboratory. Edison was the quintessential American inventor in the era of Yankee ingenuity. He began his career in 1863, in the adolescence of the telegraph industry, when virtually the only source of electricity was primitive batteries putting out a low-voltage current. Before he died, in 1931, he had played a critical role in introducing the modern age of electricity. From his laboratories and workshops emanated the phonograph, the carbon-button transmitter for the telephone speaker and microphone, the incandescent lamp, a revolutionary generator of unprecedented efficiency, the first commercial electric light and power system, an experimental electric railroad, and key elements of motion-picture apparatus, as well as a host of other inventions.


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