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Well, I own more than 13.000 rare records (Detroit Techno, Hardgroove, Ghettotech, Tribal Techno, Chicago Filtered Funk, Deep House, French House, Broken Beat, Big Beat, Drum'n'Bass, Future Jazz, Jazzydance, Acid-Jazz, Latin Jazz, Afro Beat, Jazz-Funk, Disco, Soul, Jazz-Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock, Art Rock...)
All this records aren't for sale. I am not interested in any digital formats.
ANALOGUE ADORED. DIGITAL DEPLORED (1992).
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- 12"s / 10"s / 7"s each form a distinct catalogue, with sequential numbering schemes
(each format features a parralel catalogue of 'custom records', called RC (for Reclamă Comercială) up to 1965, and CS (for Comandă Speciala) afterwards)

All numbers feature a 3 letter prefix:
- the first letter is always E (for Electrecord)

- the second letter describes the genre:
C - Cultă (classical and derivatives)
D - Divertisment (latin, jazz, pop, rock, funk etc)
F - Festival (live recordings from Festivalul George Enescu)
L - Licență (foreign records licensed for the Romanian market)
P - Populară (folklore and derivatives)
X - Voices (choral, stories, radioplays etc)

- the third letter describes the size & format
A - 194x-196x - shellac, 10"
B - 195x-196x - shellac, 12" (very few)
C - 1956-1995 - vinyl, 7" (about 1700 discs - numbers range from 100 to 999; they jump to 10.001 and go up to 10.811)
D - 1958-1973 - vinyl, 10" LP (about 420 discs - numbers range from 1 to 99; they jump to 1000 and go up to 1328)
E - 1958-1996 - vinyl, 12" LP (about 4400 discs - numbers range from 01 to 04417; they always have 0 as prefix)
F - 195x-196x - fotodisc (flexidisc postcards - about 70 pieces)

- starting with the mid '70s all 7"s are 45 RPM; the prefix 45- was sometimes used
- starting with the mid '70s ST- started being used as a prefix to indicate Stereo recordings
- during the '70s STM- was used as a prefix to indicate records that could be played on either Mono or Stereo systems

N. I. 210-60 === 1960 - dec.1964
N.I. 52-65, N. I. 52-65 === jan.1965 - dec.1966
N.I. 760-66, N.I. 760/66 === jan.1966 - dec.1970
N.I.I. 433/71, N.I.I. 433/1971 === 1971 - dec.1976
N.I.I. 433/77, N.I.I. 433/1977 === 1977 - dec.1983
N.I.I. 433/84, N.I.I. 433/1984, N.I.I. 629/1984 === 1984 - dec.1987
N.I.I. 433/88, N.I.I. 433/1988 === 1988 - 1991

Regia Artistică, Direcția Artistică, Regia = Directed By
Regia Tehnică = Technician
Regia Muzicală = Leader
Regia De Studio = Producer
Scenariu = Script By
Dramatizare teatrul radiofonic) = Adapted By (Text)
Adaptare = Adapted By
Povestitor, Narator = Narrated By
Autor, Texte = Text by
Lectura = Read By
Ilustrația Muzicală = Sound Designer

Înregistrări X (Radio, TV, RTV) = Recorded At (Radio România, TVR, RTV)

Printing Companies:
Arta Grafică = I. P. "Arta Grafică"
IBN / I.B.N. / I. B. N. = I.P. "Bucureștii-Noi"
IPC = I.P. Crișana
IPF = I. P. Filaret
IPG = I. P. Galați
IPS = I. P. Sibiu
IPT = Întreprinderea Poligrafică „Tiparul”

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