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Brunswick Records: A Discography of Recordings, 1916-1931, Volume 4: Other Non-U.S. Recordings and Indexes Hardcover – Feb 28 2001


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Includes all known Brunswick label recordings through 1931, including subsidiary labels such as Vocalion and Melotone.

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ROSS LAIRD has worked as a professional librarian, researcher, and archivist and has recently opened a collector's record shop in Sydney, Australia.

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BRUNSWICK RECORDS: A DISOGRAPHY OF RECORDINGS 1916-1931 VOLUME 4. Sept. 1 2009
By Patrick R. Mccoy - Published on Amazon.com
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THIS THE FINAL VOLUME OF A FOUR BOOK SET. I RECOMMEND THE ENTIRE SET. ANY RECORD COLLECTOR WILL APPRECIATE THIS SET. THE MAIN ENTRY IS STRICKLY BY MATRIX (MASTER) NUMBERS BUT DOES HAVE A TITLE AND ARTIST INDEX. THE TITLE INDEX EVEN CONTAINS THE COMPOSERS AND PUBLISHERS TO THEIR WORKS! A NICE TOUCH. THERE IS ONLY ONE THING I WOULD OF ADDED TO THIS REFERENCE: IF THE SECOND SIDE IS SEVERAL NUMBERS AHEAD IN THE MATRIX, SHOULD REFERENCE AS SEE 12345-1. I CAN REALLY APPRECIATE ALL THE EFFORT TO COMPILE THIS INFORMATION THAT OTHERWISE BEEN LOST THROUGH THE YEARS.


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