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Milton Theodore Okun (December 23, 1923 – November 15, 2016) was an American arranger, record producer, conductor, singer and founder of Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company, Inc. Okun transformed the careers of a dozen or more major U.S. artists who under Okun's tutelage became some of the most successful musical acts of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. A special on PBS alludes to Okun as one of the most influential music producers in history. His career lasted over 50 years, from the folk revival to the twenty-first century.
He created arrangements or produced for many popular groups and artists such as Peter, Paul and Mary; The Chad Mitchell Trio; The Brothers Four; John Denver; and Miriam Makeba. In 1968 he interviewed many American folksingers and published the songs they chose in Something to Sing About!At the height of Okun's career, a critic wrote, "Of all producers, Milton Okun's range is the widest, from Plácido Domingo to the Muppets." Conductor for Harry Belafonte, arranger and producer of Peter, Paul and Mary, the man who brought John Denver to stardom and produced his most loved hits, Okun also founded Cherry Lane Music, the music publishing company for Elvis and DreamWorks among many other household names.
Okun died on November 15, 2016, at the age of 92.
Milt Sparks Summer Special, Officer's ACP/3.5" — never out of the package
Milt Sparks VMII, Commander — small amount of carry before I got my Criterion
Cleaning out the holster drawer a bit.
$110 each via paypal F+F, shipped. Happy to meet FTF in inner SE Portland if it works on my end.
I have one for Commander, and really like it.
I picked this one up (used, nice shape) without thinking. Mine have rails, so it will not work.
Problem solved, if I buy another 1911? Lets not go there!! :D
I'm interested in a trade ---->before a sale, so I'll try that first.
Looking for the same...
I have a nearly new Milt Sparks Criterion for a Glock 26, it is dark dark reddish brown with black shark trim, I want to trade it for an all black one, don’t care what kind of leather. I prefer another Criterion, but may trade for a VM2.
I’ve been using it about a month, it has a couple wear...
I got this holster a few years ago and I never really liked it. they are black leather with shark trim. the mag holder is for dual 1911 mags. id like $150 obo + shipping for both due to the holster being autographed by my Doberman at some point in its life :)
Milt Sparks Summer Special 2 Inside-the-Waist-Band Holster. Right hand for Sig 228/229 Horsehide, smooth side out black in color. $80.00 SOLD
See it here: Summer Special 2 | Milt Sparks Holsters
I am located in Clark County
I have a Gen4 G30 with 5 mags. The (3) 10 round mags that came with, a 9 round flush mag and a G21 13 rounder with an X-grip adapter. I bought this new in '15. Has TRUGLO TFX PRO sights. Black Milt Sparks Criterion RH IWB Holster + mag holster (Criterions have the Magnetic snaps, awesome...
I've had this for about 12 years and wore it about a dozen times. Fits the 9mm Sig P239, it may fit the .40/.357 as well but I can't guarantee those.
I don't carry IWB very often, and don't carry this fine handgun much at all.
It's in good condition with minor wear and some dust from...