4 edition of The Columbia Master Book Discography, Volume III found in the catalog.
May 30, 1999
by Greenwood Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||840|
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III, p ) Columbia began using the new electrical process with its other artists beginning on Febru The first electrical master was"You May Be Lonesome" released on Columbia D, the first issue being on Columbia's "flag" label prior to the change to the black label.
The aim of this project was to create a discography for all Columbia Masterwork 78rpm Albums in order of issue from M-1 to M as well as include the X, OP and S series. The discography also includes an outline of the D and J Columbia Canadian Masterworks series. Collaboration between Sony Classical, Columbia Records and Legacy that issued remasters of Columbia Masterworks stage musicals, performances & related works between with fascimile cover, liner notes and CD print of the original LP releases, with bonus tracks, additional liner notes and reminiscences: Musicals: A Chorus Line; A.
The Columbia Masterworks 78rpm Album Discography is an initiative of the 78rpm Collectors' Community. The 78rpm Collectors' Community is a social network and research centre for collectors of 78rpms recordings, phonographs, memorabilia, recording machines and the history of the 78 rpm recording era.
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Columbia Master Book, Volume I, Tim Brooks, ed. [Editor's Note: The images associated with this section in the print version may or may not be available, but illustrative images will be forthcoming.] Following is a brief overview of the principal label styles used by Columbia between and * According to the Columbia Master Book Discography (Vol III, p.
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