Thank you so much.
The manufacturer is DECCA Records.
Issue no. 183 B
On Sun, Aug 11, 2019 at 1:07 PM Corey Bailey Audio Engineering <
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> Hi Anne,
> It's been awhile. I transferred a disc for you a couple of years ago.
> I hope this finds you well.
> RE: Your inquiry to ARSC:
> I think that Steve Smolians advice is good. And, if he has a copy of this
> recording, grab it! That said, properly identify & store the one that you
> have so that the sentimentality remains intact.
> Kind regards,
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> Steve Smolian wrote:
> Hines' records were widely distributed. It will far, far less expensive
> to buy a replacement copy than repair yours and any repair will still have
> clicks twice per revolution. No matter how sentimentally you may feel
> toward this specific item, I think it a great waste of money to get what
> is, at best, an inferior result.
> Can you give me the record manufacturer and issue number that is on the
> label? I may even have it in stock here and, if not locate one for you to
> buy on line from a reputable supplier.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List [mailto:
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> Sent: Sunday, August 11, 2019 7:36 AM
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Article in ARSC member in India
> Dear Steve,
> I have an old 75 recording of Earl Hines. I inherited it from my dad, who
> kept it in a manila envelope. Unfortunately, I did not put it in a firm
> casing and it is now broken into two pieces.
> Is there anyone who fixes old records in the membership?
> Thank you,
> Annie Schneiderman Valliere
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