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Only one I can think of is Names & Numbers, out of the Netherlands. 
Costs about $42 a year. The editors are Erik M. Baaker, Han Enderman, 
Coen Hoffmann (managing editor), Gerard J. Hoogeveen, Howard Rye and Bob 
Weir. You can email them at <[log in to unmask]>
Malcolm

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On 8/9/2010 9:32 AM, Tom Fine wrote:
> Are there any current publications similar to Record Research?
>
> Also, are collectors keeping track of these reissue LPs? For instance, 
> it seems like there's a whole new host of entries in the Prestige, 
> Riverside and Blue Note discographies in the last decade or so. I 
> think there have been Blue Note reissue LPs from Classic Records, 
> Analogue Productions and a newer company that just put out a bunch in 
> the last few years. With the Prestige and Riverside catalogs, there 
> were LP reissues from Fantasy Group (Original Jazz Classics -- LPs 
> often cut from the same digital masters as the then-new CD's) plus 
> Analogue Productions plus maybe others.
>
> And come to think of it, what about when an album is "reissued" as a 
> download (ie it's now out of print in hard-copy formats)? Is there a 
> separate dicography notation for an iTunes (mp4) album vs. an Amazon 
> (mp3) album?
>
> -- Tom Fine
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Michael Biel" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Monday, August 09, 2010 2:50 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Record Research, Blues Research, and Record 
> Americana Bulletins (was: Blues magazine)
>
>
>>  On 8/9/2010 12:29 PM, Malcolm Rockwell wrote:
>>> Great stories, thanks! Now, has anyone got all of the little Blues 
>>> magazines Lenny put out?
>>> IIRC, it didn't last long, maybe 10 issues.
>>> Malcolm
>>>
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>>
>> It was at issue 14 in 1967, and sometime after he started to 
>> "incorporate" it into the main magazine.  For some reason I never got 
>> a set, only about two or 3 issues.  It was in 67 when I discovered RR 
>> on the counter of a 78 store in the neighboring town of Hackensack, 
>> NJ.  I bought the 3 or so different issues he had, one being the 
>> current one.  I bid on the auction and was flabbergasted to win about 
>> 20 of the 30 records I bid on.   I was working in Manhattan at the 
>> time and I called Lenny and asked him if I could pick up my winnings 
>> to save the postage -- all it would have cost me would be one 
>> addition subway fare to make a detour on the way home from work. I 
>> met Lenny, had a quick look around the place that was stuffed totally 
>> with records, and met Bob Colton for the one and only time.  A couple 
>> of issues later when I noticed one or two of the available issue 
>> numbers removed, I sent in a check and rather than order by number I 
>> asked for the earliest 25 or so, and got a couple that were no longer 
>> on the available list.  There were only a few before 20, but I have 
>> NO 5 (which was still mimeographed) and 9 which was the Bix issue.
>>
>> There also were some copies of Record Americana, which were the 
>> Record Research Bulletins. All are mimeographed. It turns out these 
>> were not from before RR, they were supplements to RR.  Largely 
>> reports of correspondence, there also are a few articles, reports on 
>> research and results,  and some had auction lists.  These might have 
>> been sent to subscribers free upon request.  I have #3 (unnumbered 
>> but it refers to #s 1 & 2), 4, 8, 13, 14, and 15, the latter 3 being 
>> reports on RRA meetings.  The material in these do seem to be a 
>> necessary component to RR, as many of the letters are noted to be in 
>> response to RR items.
>>
>> I also disagree with Mal and Steve S on the value of the auction 
>> lists, although Steve seems to be OK with them as an appendix.  Mal 
>> is skipping them altogether.  I find these lists -- and the ones that 
>> are in Record Changer from the 30s and 40s -- to be fascinating and 
>> interesting indicators of what was available back then and what was 
>> already considered rare.  Not including them in some fashion means 
>> that the originals would still be just as necessary.  It is just like 
>> removing the ads from magazines -- often time you get more info from 
>> the ads than from the articles, or there are often relationships 
>> between the ads and the articles.
>>
>> Mike Biel  [log in to unmask]
>>
>>
>>> On 8/9/2010 3:57 AM, Don Chichester wrote:
>>>> My collection of RR is less ironic.  It began at the Hempstead (NY)
>>>> Salvation Army.  I was a teenager, going through the huge pile of 
>>>> 78s at  the back
>>>> of the store.  As I was reading the titles, a man who was also  
>>>> looking
>>>> came over and asked if I collected 78s.  I said "Yes", and he told  
>>>> me he and a
>>>> friend were beginning a magazine for record collectors.  The  
>>>> subscription
>>>> was cheap, so I subscribed, and got #2 by mail the next week.   The 
>>>> man was
>>>> Bob Colten (sp?), whom I never met again.  It was years later  that 
>>>> I met
>>>> Lenny Kunstadt.  I continued RR until it was no more.  I  got a 
>>>> photocopy of #
>>>> 1 to complete my run of RR.  Thank you, Lenny and  Bob!
>>>> Don Chichester
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> In a message dated 8/9/2010 9:43:23 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
>>>> [log in to unmask] writes:
>>>>
>>>> I only  check ARSClist every week or so - so I just found this 
>>>> thread. I
>>>> wanted to share my "ironic moment" with RR.
>>>>
>>>> I started subscribing  in the  1970s when I first got into 
>>>> collecting  old
>>>> records.  Lenny wasx always advertising the "Once in a lifetime" 
>>>> offer of
>>>> run
>>>> of back issues from about #50  (at that time, it was a "rolling  
>>>> number" as
>>>>
>>>> time went on.
>>>>
>>>> So I bought them. Then in late 1990s  I was at a paper collectibles 
>>>> show
>>>> and
>>>> saw a pile of RR's. The guy wanted  to sell it as a lot. I looked 
>>>> to see
>>>> what #s  were there and they  were complete from #5 through # 49. 
>>>> (exactly
>>>> the
>>>> ones I  needed  except the first four issues). So I bought them. 
>>>> Then 2
>>>> months later  Kurt  Nauck's auction catalog came. He had issues 
>>>> #1-70 or
>>>> so. They
>>>> were available  individually or as a lot bid. I wrote Kurt and 
>>>> said  that
>>>> if
>>>> they sold as a lot,  would he xerox the first four issues for  me. 
>>>> They did
>>>> and he did (for a very  reasonable price.) I planned to  go back 
>>>> and read
>>>> them, but - of course - we  never have time for  that.
>>>>
>>>> Anyway, I thought it ironic how my run all came  together.
>>>>
>>>> Steve
>>>>
>>>
>>>
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