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[ARSCLIST] recordings related to Jack the Ripper
Dear ARSC people,
Andy Aliffe in High Wycombe, Bucks, England is writing an article for a
history magazine about Jack the Ripper and recorded sound
(andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) and is seeking copies of three Vocalion
78-rpm discs (which seem not to be held in any of the AAA collections):
Tampa Red (vocal/guitar) acc. by Georgia Tom Dorsey (piano): Jack "the
Ripper" Blues - Vocalion 1577 (master #C-7213) - recorded in Chicago c.
January 16, 1931
Rev. A. W. Nix & Congregation: Jack the Ripper - Vocalion 1609 (master
#VO-153) - recorded in Chicago March 28, 1931
Tampa Red (vocal/guitar) & Georgia Tom Dorsey (vocal/piano): No Matter
How She Done It - Vocalion 1699 (master #11210-A) - recorded in New York
February 3, 1932
He'd like to obtain fine photocopies of the labels or quality scans of them
and would like to hear them. Copies must still exist because I was able to
locate reissues by looking in WorldCat database.
If any of you can help Mr. Aliffe, please reply directly to him by e-mail.