Our messages crossed - Thanks for this information!
I wonder if anyone at Greenwood is thinking about making the Discography
on CD-ROM? I, like many older collectors no longer can afford the price of
the print editions
of discographies. The production costs for ROM are significantly lower, and
would make the work
available, if the cost savings are passed on. If search capabilities are
included, the ROM
format is significantly better for searching.
Of course, I'd like to see a freely available online national discography
but until that happens it is nice to see resources like 78discography
Best wishes, Thomas.
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Michel RUPPLI
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2009 11:24 AM
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Mercury 25073 source/date/performer?
Yes,MG25073 wa a reissue of songs previously issued on 78 rpm in a 3
Here are details I mentioned in my Mercury Discoraphy (Grenwood Press,
NEW SONGS OF PALESTINE (SONGS OF ISRAEL):
We have the strength/ Merc.1068(alb.A-35)
Israel's heroes - -
Song of the signal man - -
Song of faith Merc.1069 -
Song of the Jewish partisans - -
Song of the Emek Merc.1070 -
This way - -
All titles also issued on Merc.MG25073.
Le 8 oct. 09 à 16:29, Thomas Stern a écrit :
> Anyone know if the LP listed below
> originated from a 78rpm album?
> Who are the performers?
> Best wishes, Thomas.
> Mercury MG 25073 10"-LP
> Songs of Israel
> A1. We Have the Strength-Israel's Heroes
> A2. Song of the Signal Man
> A3. Song of Faith
> B1. Song of the Jewish Partisans
> B2. Song of the Emek
> B3. This Way