Steven Smolian wrote:
> There was a "wiki" type list being developed by Allen Sutton on his
> Mainspring Press site.
> Steve Smolian
THAT's where I saw it! It was there in January, but Allen has taken it
down until June for some re-tooling.
http://www.mainspringpress.com/marsh.html It might be accessible via
the Waybackmachine on the Archive site.
But to answer Shiffy's question about Amos 'n' Andy and possibly the
Roumanian recordings question, the original discography centered on the
early years and went only to 1926. They specifically said they were not
working on including the AnA and otgher broadcast transcription work
Marsh did in the later 20s. I don't think the Greek records were
included either. Maybe Allen will be adding this later stuff. We'll
have to wait and see, but I'll ask him at ARSC (or maybe he'll see this
Mike Biel [log in to unmask]
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ian Nagoski" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Sunday, March 07, 2010 11:04 AM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Marsh Labs small label discography? Ardyal?
>> I seem to recall that there was a discography of various small labels
>> that arose from the recording work at Marsh Labs, but I can't remember
>> who did it or what it's called.
>> In particular, I'm inquiring on behalf of a researcher on Romanian
>> music. There were about seven releases on a label from Chicago called
>> Ardyal, recorded around late 1927 by one J Ionescu-Ardeal. My guess is
>> that they were Marsh Labs productions. Can anyone help confirm or