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The IRCC and HRS reissues were reviewed as they came out in the Americna
Record Guide.  Aida Favia-Artsy reviewed many and discussed their origins in
various issued of Hobbies Magazine.  ARG was indexewd in "Music Index" but
not the individual reviews, as I recall.  Hobbies wasn't.

These labels also sent new release announcements to subscribers and
libraries.  

The info is out there but requires lots of digging.  And the dates of the
dubbed items on the labels are notoriously unreliable.

Steve Smolian


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Hello,

looking at what is available via GoogleBooks, it seems that this book has
one big "failing". It seems that it does not list the dates of the reissues,
only of the original recordings. If someone knows that there is an index for
precisely this (a sort of chronological "discography" of special pressings),
then I am merely ignorant and would like to be informed.

Kind regards,


George

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> Hey, Tim,
> 
> I don't know of any.  Many of the dubs on IRCC and HRS are from hill 
> and dale discs and from cylinders.  I don't recall if Gerard & Barnes 
> list the later dubs, but many will self-identify from plowing throgh 
> that book, side by IRCC side.
> 
> Steve Smolian
> 
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> 
> Hi Everyone,
> 
> Does anyone know of a readily available reference that will list the 
> source recordings for the many IRCC, HRS and similar reissues?  
> "Seventy Years of Issues" by Tom Peel covers the records pressed from 
> original metal parts, but not the dubbings, and some of those are the 
> ones I'm trying to identify.
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> Tom Hawthorn
> Hawthorn's Antique Audio
> www.thoseoldrecords.com
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