I can personally attest to the remarkable quality and overall excellence
of the work you and Numero Group are doing. To me and many others your
work represents some of the finest offerings being done today to
preserve and disseminate long forgotten or overlooked music. I welcome
you to the list and hope that you get all the support you can. I saw a
smaller version of the Eccentric Soul tour a few weeks ago here in
Philly and the show was great.
Onward and upward,
Steven Smolian wrote:
> This is the kind of music I do not understand. No support from me
> until you can show that what you are doing is worth preserving.
> Resources are scarce enough as is. And don't give me a video to look
> at. I want to read.
> Steven Smolian
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Michael Slaboch"
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> Sent: Saturday, November 21, 2009 10:29 AM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Introducing The Numero Group
>> Hello ARSC Members and Listservers,
>> I wanted to introduce myself to all of you since I am a new member
>> and look forward to hopefully collaborating and getting your input on
>> a myriad of projects in the future.
>> Over the past three years I have worked as the head archivist for the
>> award-winning record label, The Numero Group. Preserving music and
>> people's stories is our modus operandi but, we are currently looking
>> into getting grants to fund some of these ambitious and complex
>> restoration and preservation projects we've got on our palette.
>> Please check out our website if you are unfamiliar with our label
>> and you can find out more about my work here.
>> Any help on putting us in the right direction as far as preservation
>> grants go is greatly appreciated and please feel free to contact me
>> Michael Slaboch
>> Michael Slaboch
>> Archivist / Producer
>> The Numero Group
>> 2348 S. Marshall Blvd.
>> Chicago, IL 60623