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a descriptive catalog of musical recordings

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They mix reggae and ska with traditional Greek sounds, Latin and rock and will perform beloved songs from their 16-year discography.
This discography lists field recordings of black singers and musicians from West Africa, the Caribbean, and the eastern and southern US from 1901 to 1943 that are part of the African American musical experience and the emergence of blues and jazz.
In her Decca years, her discography was missing a crucial repertoire for violinists, particularly Bach's works for solo violin.
Disc infection after diagnostic discography is a well-defined complication.
The book's table of contents immediately reveals Reid's interest in recordings and discography. Except for the first part of chapter 1.
The procedure was performed 2–4 weeks after the discography. The patients were laid on a fluoroscopy table in the prone position.
Craig Martin Gibbs' Black Recording Artists, 1877-1926: An Annotated Discography applies a similar approach to his reference work and arranges the entries chronologically.
The legendary French singer Charles Aznavour's discography comprising the works of different years will be available to fans from April 28, according to the singer's official Facebook page.
The latest addition to the DPMG International discography is titled Majesty by Li'l Ze.
The American Zonophone discography; v.1: Ten- and twelve-inch popular series (1904-1912).
Discography is the gold standard for the diagnosis of DLBP Treating DLBP continues to be a challenge for physicians.
Strong has compiled quite a few thematic discographies; probably his best known work is The Great Rock Discography (Canongate).
"The Beatles Discography Volume One-The 60s" traces the heyday of the band, tracking all of their releases throughout the decade including their international releases and solo work.