Greetings. I'm glad to see from these messages that you are planning to update your American Berliner book.
I'm wondering how best to help with discs at Yale HSR: of course, if there are any you need to re-view, that's easily managed; but I doubt that I'll be able to tell which if any Am. Berliners held here are "new" since your 1st edition. Have you any way to tell which Yale-held discs we dealt with for 1st ed. ?
Also, how would you like to proceed for information about ones that are "new" here.
With best wishes, Richard
P.S.: I've just received photos of 2 discs a friend recently found among a batch of 45's he recently acquired (a pleasant surprise for him as he had NO Berliners before).
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Paul Charosh
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Berliner Discography
No. I am simply adding material on American issues uncovered since
publication of the book in 1995.
I believe others are doing extensive work on European releases and I am
more than pleased to leave that research and its subsequent publication to
In a message dated 1/25/10 5:34:14 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
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But Paul: will your proposed up-dated version include discs recorded
for/pressed by the European company, and discs made for Kaemmer &