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Re: [ARSCLIST] I Heard the Voice of a Chipmunk Say

----- Original Message ----- From: "Dave Lewis" <dlewis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
I have been listening to the 1993 Documents release "Alabama: Black
Country Dance Bands 1924-1949" (DOCD-5166). Most of the artists included
only have a tangential relationship to Alabama; Johnny "Daddy Stovepipe"
One consistent aspect of all these sides is that the instrumentation is
for either banjo or mandolin and a harmonica; Documents' annotator
further ascribes the harmonica in the Grafton session to King Solomon

This refers to the DOCUMENT label; they are noted for reissuing the work
of artists in complete chronological order. This should NOT be confused
with the "DocumentS" CD label, which seems to be a product of the German
"Membran" operation; this latter label puts out 10-disc sets of 200+ tunes,
often copying material from already-issued (by others) LP's or CD's...these
sets sell for $20-$25, sometimes less on the net...!

Steven C. Barr

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