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by Kurt Nauck,Michael W Sherman

eBook Note The Notes: An Illustrated History of the Columbia Record Label 1901-1958 download ISBN: 0963290320
Author: Kurt Nauck,Michael W Sherman
Publisher: Monarch Record Enterprises; 1st edition (May 10, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 64
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64 pages : 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (page 64).

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Note the Notes, An Illustrated History of the Columbia 78 RPM Record Label 1901-1958," by Michael W. Sherman and Kurt R. Nauck II. Nauck III. Russ Chase. View it in the Music Periodicals Database.

Note The Notes: An Illustrated History of the Columbia Record Label 1901-1958 by Michael . Michael Sherman's curiosity in old records began in 1965 when, at the age of ten, he was given an Edison Diamond Disc that had been hanging on the wall of a restaurant in Sedalia, Missouri.

Note The Notes: An Illustrated History of the Columbia Record Label 1901-1958 by Michael W Sherman (1998-05-10). Seven years later, he acquired both an Edison Disc phonograph and a Victrola XI, and began a lifelong interest in early recorded music. In 1987, Sherman wrote The Paper Dog, a modest 44-page booklet on the history of the Victor Record Label.

Note: For children's record labels I typically only include one for each . There are numerous books on the subject of records and record labels. Note the Notes An Illustrated History of the Columbia Record Label 1901-1958. New Orleans, LA: Monarch Record Enterprises, 1998.

Note: For children's record labels I typically only include one for each style even though, in some cases, every record will have a different picture or color scheme. For Vogue picture records I have posted both sides of whatever I have as these records are great.

This booklet features approximately 200 label illustrations, all in glorious full color. The first half chronicles the development of Columbia's standard label (from Climax to CBS), and the second half illustrates many of Columbia's specialty, subsidiary and client labels. Included are chapters on advertising & promotional issues, children's records, foreign & ethnic labels, movie & radio transcriptions plus special pressings, test pressings and vanity recordings. Absolutely essential for the label collector, and a real bargain to boot! Note The Notes: An Illustrated.

Sherman, Mike and Nauck, Kurt (1998). Note the Notes: An Illustrated History of the Columbia Record Label. Monarch Record Enterprises. Derek, Vaillant, "Bare-Knuckled Broadcasting: Enlisting Manly Respectability and Racial Paternalism in the Battle Against Chain Stores, Chain Stations, and the Federal Radio Commission on Louisiana's KWKH, 1924–33.

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The definitive guide to the evolution of the Columbia 78 rpm record label. This booklet features approximately 200 label illustrations, all in glorious full color. The first half chronicles the development of Columbia's standard label (from Climax to CBS), and the second half illustrates many of Columbia's specialty, subsidiary and client labels. Included are chapters on advertising & promotional issues, children's records, foreign & ethnic labels, movie & radio transcriptions plus special pressings, test pressings and vanity recordings. Absolutely essential for the label collector, and a real bargain to boot!
Comments: (3)
Glei
I have thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is informative about the early Columbia Years. Though it is a small book, it has many color photos of the various labels used over time. It goes back to the very beginning of Columbia with the earliest labels they used. For the collector, it is possible to date the age of a records by photos and details of the labels.
melody of you
Great reading for the collector of records. The history of Columbia is well covered and well presented in this book. It helped answer a lot of questions I had for my fledgling start into 78 rpm record collecting.
wanderpool
Nice book.