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Re: [ARSCLIST] RCA/Decca classical recordings -- discography?

Take a look at the DISMARC web site ... I think I included that dope in the data I sent to them.

All best,


----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Fine <tflists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wednesday, September 17, 2008 7:58 am
Subject: [ARSCLIST] RCA/Decca classical recordings -- discography?

> Is there a better discography of the RCA/Decca Living Stereo 
> recordings made in England than this:
> http://livingstereo.alongthehall.com/discography1.html
> I'd like to find more details on recording venues, Decca personnel 
> involved, session dates, etc.
> I know a bunch of these recordings have been reissued as LPs by 
> Classic Records, but is there a list 
> of what if any made it to CD? Would those CD's have been from 
> Decca/Polygram/Universal or 
> RCA/BMG/Sony? The Classic Records reissues indicate the content 
> (masters) were licensed from 
> Polygram (Decca) but the sleeve artwork and notes were licensed 
> from BMG (RCA), which tells me that 
> the masters reverted to Decca at some point or were just limited-
> licensed to RCA in the first place.
> Also, at the time these were released by RCA in the US, did Decca 
> release them with different cover 
> art and notes elsewhere in the world?
> Thanks for any/all info.
> -- Tom Fine 

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