At 08:54 PM 01-30-2010 -0700, you wrote:
>Mike Sherman and Kurt Nauck's books are annotated labelographies, I
>would suppose. Peter Fulop's is not, being just label pictures with
>titling and a reference designation that could be used in a sales list
>to identify which label format is on the disc in question.
It would be nice if I had copies of these books to refer to, but I
don't, so I could understand why two are labelographies and one is
not. How does the Fulop book differ from the following Web pages which
have been called labelographies by their authors,
RCA Victor Red Seal Labelography (19501976)
He also has four other labelographies listed at
Which of these Web pages is, or is not, a labelography?
>From: Lou Judson <[log in to unmask]
>As a person in the transfer business, and not from grooved records
>but tape only, I have wondered throughout this thread if it referred
>to the labels printed on mechanical records, or labes as in "record
>label" which means a company that produced records.
The thread is meant to refer to the round pieces of paper attached
around the spindle hole of LP/45/78 recordings, and not specifically to the
company that designed the piece of paper and released the recording. The
question being, if a book or Web site displaying an organized collection of
many pictures of these pieces of paper is not a labelography, what is it?
Doug Henkle - mailto:[log in to unmask]
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