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From: "Thomas Stern" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 9:11 PM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] "soundbook" Book-Records Inc, NY
> Does anyone know the history of SOUNDBOOK (BOOK-RECORDS Inc.) which
> produced a series
> of 10" LP's bound with a book relating to the recording, one had 45rpm
> Some of the albums were re-issued by CAEDMON in a CB-x series (with 10"
> and later expanded to 12" with additional material.
> They may have a connection with COOK RECORDS - one indicates "a Cook
> another has recordings edited by Sam Eskin, who was connected to Cook (but
> Folkways, and independent).
> Below is a list of the albums I know of - PLEASE send information for any
> others. Thanks!
> Best wishes, Thomas.
> Soundbook ??? THE PUEBLO INDIANS in Story, Song and Dance
> as told by Swift Eagle
> Caedmon CB-3
> Caedmon TC 1327 12" (expanded)
> Soundbook 965 SONGBIRDS OF AMERICA
> published in cooperation with Cornell University Press
> Soundbook 988 THE TIME OF SINGING - The Story and Songs of Passover
> Michael Alexander, baritone' Richard J Neumann, musical
> Soundbook 1011 THE STORY OF THE MUSIC BOX (with 2-45rpm disks)
> Caedmon CB-2 with 10" disk
> "A cook recording"
> Soundbook 1020 GOLDEN SLUMBERS Lullabies from near and far
> Caedmon CB-1
> Caedmon TC 1399 12" (expanded)
> Record research and editing: Sam Eskin