Thanks for your help; Ben Roth has sent me a full catalog of the original
LP edition so, for the moment, I have a lot of data to work with regarding
Not only has the whole series been reissued on CD, several items have been
pirated. In my project I am documenting the original label, both LPs and
with the intention of identifying the boots. And I would tend to agree
that, under current circumstances, these could be 'done better,' though the
ones I've heard
weren't done badly, which makes them attractive to the privateers. The
practice of reissuing historical opera is itself now an evolutionary and
and I view Club 99 as a significant part of that activity.
David N. Lewis
On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 12:38 PM, Dr Rainer E. Lotz <[log in to unmask]>
> I have some 40 mint or near-mint Club99 LPs for sale at fixed prices here:
> http://www.lotz-verlag.de/liste23d-33-vocal.htm <
> or alternatively as pdf:
> But does it really make sense to re-issue the LPs? The technology of
> transferring 78s has so dramatically improved since Club99 vinyls were
> released that it would seem much more sensible to arrange for new transfers
> from clean originals, or wouldn't it?
> Am 13.04.2015 13:55, schrieb David Lewis:
>> This is for a project that I'm working on about the reissue opera label
>> Club 99 Records. I have the content on most of the releases, but
>> am missing information for the following:
>> Club 99 2, 3, 26, 31, 41-43, 48, 56, 57, 60, 64, 73, 76, 77, 80, 90, 96,
>> 102, 113, 116, 117
>> CL 501, 503, 505 and any CL number higher than 510 and lower than 587.
>> Any OP number other than 1001
>> Any BNS other than 1965-1966
>> In the case of the three latter series there may not be more numbers, but
>> all of the numbers in the top two rows should have been used
>> barring some unpredictable misadventure.
>> thank you in advance for any titles contributed!
>> David N. Lewis
>> Hamilton, OH
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