So were they the ones behind the bootleg/private pressings of the New York Philharmonic,Boston,and Chicago Symphony concerts,that came out in the 60s ,and 70s ?Could you give me some more details,about them,and their history ?
Steven Smolian <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Sounds lile it was bought at Music Masters which specialized in operatic
bootlegs, from-the-audience tapes of Broadway shows, etc.
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From: "John Ross"
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2008 1:00 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Discographic question "Collector's Grab Bag"
>I have a copy of that thing. I don't know who issued it, but I bought it
>new in New York City around 1970. I've forgotten the name of the store, but
>I believe it was located on 42nd Street. The store had probably been there
>for many years before that, because I found several new copies of
>small-label LPs that had been out of print since the early 1960s on the
> The LP came in a white sleeve, with a single sheet of paper listing the
> tracks. I have to believe that it was probably created by a New York-area
> opera bootlegger.
> John Ross
> At 1/24/2008 09:21 AM, Karl Miller wrote:
>>No doubt one of you will be able to tell me a bit about the source of a
>>disc I recently encountered: "A Collector's Grab Bag." The contents
>>listing includes things like: Three Little Maids, sung by Joan Sutherland,
>>Ella Fitzgerald and Diana Shore; Jan Peerce & Bob Merrill singing
>>Winchester Cathedral...etc. Does anyone know who issued this disc?
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