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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Roger and Allison Kulp" <[log in to unmask]>
> If there is information out there about this,it's probably in another one of
those obscure,out of print,and unobtainable books,from 20,30,or more years ago
that so many on this list are so fond of citing.
>
Sadly, the above description fits at least 90% of discographic reference
works! There are all-but-innumerable cases where something (a label, an
artist, a lesser genre, usw.) has been documented by an enthusiastic (or
eccentric) collector/discographer...but the resulting work was run off
on a mimeograph (or similar) to the tune of 25 or so copies, and only
exists in that form (to the extent that copies haven't been consigned
to trash bins when estates were closed up...).

In fact, what we of the 78-ophilic community need is for someone
with the necessary time and ambition to data-enter these obscurities
into HTML-file "web pages" and make them more available...!

Steven C. Barr