----- Original Message -----
From: "Mal Rockwell" <[log in to unmask]>
> Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Andes, Donald" <[log in to unmask]>
> >>As the Director of Archives I oversee the collection, cataloging, and
> >>storage of all Creative assets (Audio/Video/Film/Photo/Artwork) for EMI
> >>in the US. I don't deal with any legal, accounting, or contractual
> >>paperwork as that is stored in paper vaults under someone else's careful
> >>I do have metal parts, 16" transcription discs, 78's LP's, ect. as well
> >>as analog tape, digital tape, cd's, dvd's, and most other media storage
> >>formats. I also keep session notes, recording logs, release books, etc.
> >>If it came out in the US with EMI/Capitol/Virgin/Blue Note (or any other
> >>subsidiary label) then technically I should have the masters and 2
> >>copies of the finished product.
> >>The job keeps me pretty busy, which is why I lurk more then I post in
> >>this forum.
> >Thanxes muchly!
> >So, if one wanted to do the "Complete Capitol Discography" (hint hint
> >hint...) you would be the party to whom one would inquire...
> >Steven C. Barr
> But didn't Ruppli do just that?
Dunno...he's done so many, where ledgers had survived. RR was running
a numeric list when my sub ran out...no idea how far they got!
However, we in Canada had our own numbering system from c.1949 to
the mid-fifties...confusingly, it used the same "C-" prefix as
did our Columbias...
Steven C. Barr