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Re: [ARSCLIST] Collector descriptions. The CD collector
I don't think these really count, but four 10" 78s were issued on the
"Perfect" label in the 1990s. They were recorded by Scott Colburn, but
I'm not quite sure if he actually put them out.
Perfect 15612, Sun City Girls: Apna Desh/Rookoo Bay (1994?)
Perfect 1404 (two discs), John Fahey: Morning/Evening (Not Night) (1996)
Perfect 69309, Charlie Feathers: Now, Little Girl/Feel Good Again (1996)
The labels look just like the old Perfect labels from the 1920s. UCSB
has the first two. I'm still looking for the Charlie Feathers disc.
steven austin wrote:
While we're wondering about that one...would anyone know what the
current last commercially-released 78RPM pressing in the US might have
The last one I saw was "Mr. Bojangles/Uncle Charlie Interview No 2 &
Spanish Fandango" by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band on LIBERTY 56197
(LB-2889/2890-78) from 1970.
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Collector descriptions. The CD collector
As a side thought...one wonders if there exist any 78rpm phonorecords
which are known to have existed but for which no copies currently exist?
Steven C. Barr