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From: "Asemeh Fendereski" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
> salam, gharareh doreh aaly avaz bezarim, mr ali jahandar
Okeh...does ANYBODY know (1) wotinell the above IS (or means)...AND...
HOW/WHY it showed up on ARSCLIST...?!?!
IS there a "Mr. Fendereski"...and what is his connection to "ali jahandar"
the bi-cultural appelation?!)...or is this the work of some bored "computer
punk" with a LOT of time on his hands...and NO noticeable good sense...who
gets his strange "jollies" posting gibberish to serious e-mail lists he
IF this party is formally subscribed to ARSCLIST...(1) find him; (2) remove
from the list...and (3) KILL the #$#@$^$#^&!!!
> --- On Wed, 3/6/09, Peoples, Curtis <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> From: Peoples, Curtis <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Lubbock Texas Quartet Recording
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Date: Wednesday, 3 June, 2009, 10:35 PM
> I am conducting research about music and recording in Lubbock, Texas. The
> earliest known recording of Lubbock music I have found, which I have a
> copy of, is the following:
> Lubbock Texas Quartet (Columbia)
> Vocal Quartet: acc. Unknown, g. Friday, December 6, 1929
> Dallas, Texas
> 149554-1 Turn Away Co 15510-D
> 149555-2 O Mother How we Miss You Co 15510-D
> Cited from: Russell, Tony, et al. Country Music Records: A Discography,
> 1921-1942. Oxford University Press US, 2004, 515.
> Does anyone know where I can obtain more information about these
> recordings, or the Columbia country/gospel series from the 20s that these
> recordings were a part of?
> Curtis Peoples
> Crossroads of Music Archive
> Southwest Collection, Texas Tech University
> 806-742-3749 *265
> Box 41040
> Lubbock, Texas 79409-1041