On 26 apr 2007, at 04.07, Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
> Where there is a single matrix number on an LP label, it refers to
> the actual "matrix" (the first negative copy, from which stampers
> were made) of the recording in question. Columbia, and IIRC RCA
> used this system.
So it sounds "safe" to place this number as the matrix with space for
other "versions" or "variants" that may emerge as the db is populated
in the future? If anyone uses it though.
Many thanks, Darren