The EMI collection of Berliners is huge. We saw it when we toured in
2001 at the ARSC Conference in London. I never thought I would see you
many Berliners in one place.
Paul Charosh wrote:
> Well, not quite yet. This is a heads up to let you know that I'm now
> updating my data base with the hope of creating a new version of the
> discography. My goal: an inexpensive paperback, few bells and whistles, but with
> the discographical information collectors find useful.
> It will include information received since the Greenwood Press volume was
> published in 1995, and I would like your help.
> Have you found Berliners not included in the book?
> Can you add new information about numbers and titles already included? (For
> example, new take letters, perhaps new artist attribution, recording dates
> omitted, city locations not given.)
> Can you correct errors?
> The book published in 1995 was made possible, after years of collecting
> data, because over 150 collectors sent me data about the discs in their
> collections. Information about who owns what has never been shared and won't be
> shared in the revised version.
> If you would like to help, write to me privately at this address:
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> Paul Charosh