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a descriptive catalog of musical recordings

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Dixon, John Godrich, Mike Leadbitter, and Neil Slaven; and the gospel music discography by Cedric J.
To celebrate this jubilee his discography will be introduced to the public," Oratert reported.
18 out of 40 patients were dropped out of the study in the period before the provocative discography because of improvement in low back pain (LBP) or refusal of ISI treatment.
appsbar Discography was launched today as an update to appsbar, the first, always free-to-use tool for creating and publishing professional-level apps.
Also included is a hefty 48 pages of black and white photos from the archives of the Met, a complete discography in 18 pages, and a complete chronology of her life and works in an additional 41 pages.
diSEMBOWELMENT Discography, 3xLP boxset (3XM)--Finally available on vinyl (simple black box limited to 500), Australia's legendary and mystical purveyor of punishing doom is here.
Sedition And Alchemy also hold the first full published discography of John Cale's work, making it a 'must' reference for any Cale fan.
Packaged with photos and an exhaustive discography, Nicholson's is perhaps the most thorough biography of the First Lady of Jazz to date.
The volume concludes with two very useful appendices prepared by Peter Urquhart: a list of works and a discography.
The paperback is somewhat heavy and unwieldy, but music fans will cherish it, and the amount of detail provided as well as the discography makes this useful for reference too.
Salem's annotated discography is of interest as he locates all of Johnny Ace's known recordings, comments on the accompanying personnel, records labels, and includes brief musical analyses.
When you look at Discography One and Two, both 1983, you can almost hear their internal, syncopated music.
To the original interviews and reminiscences, Wager has added dozens of rare live-performance highlights, almost none of them duplicating Callas's extensive (and recently remastered) EMI Classics commercial discography.
Balancing Reagon's introduction, which explains the project and sets the tone, are an extensive discography and an annotated bibliography by Lisa Pertillar Brevard.