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Thanks to David Burnham, who recovered the message - actually posted to the 78 list.
In case anyone is interested, posted message is copied below.
To elaborate: on the Alternate issue of this LP, the following tracks 
were substituted:
  A5 Everybody Loves My Baby The    Stomp Six 2:55   
  A6 Tennessee Twilight             Chicago Rhythm Kings 3:00   
  A7 Maple Leaf Rag                 Paul Mares and His Friar's Society Orchestra 2:57   
  B1 Somebody Stole My Gal          Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang 2:55
Does anyone HAVE the original record, or KNOW if it actually was issued?
THANKS!
Best wishes, Thomas.

Date: Sat, 12 Sep 2009 20:15:33 -0400
From: "Thomas Stern" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: [78-L] Alternate Folkway Jazz Vol 6
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Here's the key - as the notes state - to figure out what the original
Chicago No.2 contained, you have to scan the listings of titles for the
series which is contained
in the notes for Vol.11.  These are online on the Smithsonian-Folkways
website, so
I've extracted the following:
Four tracks (A5,A6,A7,B1) were replaced.

A1 Sweet Lovin' Man              King Oliver Creole Jazz Band
A2 Sweet Lovin' Man              New Orleans Rhythm Kings
A3 Jazz Me Blues                  Wolverine Orchestra
A4 Sister Kate                    Charles Pierce and His Orchestra
A5 BULL FROG BLUES                Charles Pierce and His Orchestra
A6 CHINA BOY                      Charles Pierce and His Orchestra
A7 NOBODY'S SWEETHEART            Charles Pierce and His Orchestra
B1 LAUGHING AT YOU                Bud Jacobson's Jungle Kings
B2 Margie                        Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang
B3 Jazz Me Blues                  Frank Teschemacher's Chicagoans
B4 Sugar                          McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans
B5 China Boy                      McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans
B6 Nobody's Sweetheart            McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans
B7 There'll Be Some Changes Made  McKenzie-Condon's Chicagoans

It would be nice to verify this if someone actually has the original issue,
Incidentally, albums with catalog number FP 65 are also ALTERNATE, so it
would
have to be a first/early pressing.
  Best wishes, Thomas.

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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Folkways Jazz V.6 CHICAGO No.2


From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad



Hello Thomas,

among the 250 posts or so from you I found the following information:

You posted the first on this matter on 4 October 2009.

However, there was no thread on this list, and you did not get back with the 
information you had obtained. There must be another list that has received 
your favors.

Kind regards,


George



> A while ago there was a thread concerning the
> different recordings in the original CHICAGO No.2
> and the ALTERNATE.
> 
> I posted a message containing what I constructed (from the notes in V.11)
> as being the original contents.  I cannot find my 
> copy of that message - would someone send it to me - THANKS!
> 
> Has anyone located a copy of the original?
> Anyone know if it was actually issued?
> 
> Thanks, Thomas.