9322Re: Re : [RedHotJazz] Re: Record Research
- Sep 27, 2012If you checkout http://www.giantvinyl.gemm.com you will find a website that is easy to use rather than going to gemm.com and then the giantvinyl catalogue. GEMM allows you to build and use your own website and list records for sale for FREE. The listings last as long as you want or until they are sold. If you’re looking for jazz you can search many ways. Drop me an email with your want list, and I’ll check my collection LPs, 45s, and 78s (some from the teens, 20s and 30s). Thank you for your time
From: Patrice Champarou
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> Checkout this website for jazz musicYes, of course... maybe I also failed to recall
http://victor.library.ucsb.edu/ which includes a lot of soundfiles -
streamed after an agreement with the Library of Congress Jukebox
http://www.loc.gov/jukebox/ (a better starting point than a canceled php
> myweb site is giantvinyl.gemm.com for jazz & other genre of vinylI suppose you mean http://www.gemm.com/catalog/GIANTVINYL/ ?
For some reason, my second attempt to install Brian worked, Marc...
I always end up forcing Windows to do what I want, problems only arise when
it does the unexpected !! But I chose it intendedly, after sadly leaving
the Amiga community, so as to start understanding everyone else's troubles
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