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OK,but this book doesn't cover pseudonymous/anonymous classical records, does it ?Or does he have one  in the works that does?

Speaking of children's records,what about the Cub label from the late 40s,that Woodie Guthrie recorded for ? I don't know anything about it.I don't think it was an Asch label,was it ?

                                 Roger

David Lennick <[log in to unmask]> wrote: This book:
http://www.scarecrowpress.com/Catalog/SingleBook.shtml?command=Search&db=%5EDB/CATALOG.db&eqSKUdata=081085919X

I can't recommend it highly enough. Unfortunately, it's bloody EXPENSIVE! 15% 
discount via the above link.

dl

Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
> What book is that ?
> 
>                                          Roger
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> David Lennick  wrote: So there was the Webster Library of the World's Greatest Music, and there was 
> the Standard Treasury of the World's Greatest Music. Each with 16 records which 
> you had to keep coming back and buying because one work would be continued on 
> next week's disc, and each one eventually ending up in a binder. I have a half 
> Webster set and a complete Standard set, and until I looked at both (in my 
> lockup) I thought they were the same. Definitely not. The Webster set is 
> obviously from Remingtons, but where did the Standard source come from? Vox? 
> Vanguard? Concert Hall? Any source they could find? All remastered and pressed 
> by RCA, by the way.
> 
> I suspect David Bonner will have the answer (and I suspect that it might be in 
> his fabulous book about YPR, which has already surprised me on many other topics).
> 
> dl
> 
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