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FTF:management has decided the full pressing plant name is preferable to the abbreviation
*****NIK:"This is a community built database of music, it should be fun."
NIK: "Any difference is eligible to enter in the FTF, when it is non-obvious" & HERE & with RSG guidelines + finally
MONO 1958 as the cutoff date for mono, 57 earlier needn't tag
Mass Edit -- Guideline and Protocol
FORUM=Re-Issue(any_NOT_first_issue)
Very.Informative
Credits-List
disgogs reference wiki

LABELS: http://www.cvinyl.com/labelguides-alpha.php
Label / Images (Vinyl Beat) most retro
Capitol Labels
Soulful Kinda Music Label Discographies
CBS 1970s labels
Columbia- labels
Label glossary

[Runouts]:
etchings, initials/symbols, list: Richmond Audio Society
ACR , AcR
K.E.F. like a K.E.Y., F squiggly like Z
JAMF
nc, looks like oc, gc or gg
◉ (LPs) ✤ (45s) "1"
◆ or ★ "2"
2HZ: or 5HZ, DM, CRC: OR pre-1976
Ƨ , S1
◈ or 3
SRC Specialty Records Corporation, large S, rc in loops, SP on label, 49, E.A.S.T around-center-spindle
✲ or ☆ (prior to '64)
"TG", "GT", "TXG", "TXD" "TD"
MR (In a circle) or "Δ" Delta*

CR or stamped/circled CR: Cinram
-◁
◈-P-◈◈-P-◈
◎"Target logo
CTH, Terre Haute
I A M / 'IAM' / 'anvil/lathe'
Wally
TLC
回-G-回 回-G-回
⁄|⁄ǀ⁄|⁄ǀ⁄|⁄K
SnB or SNB
Qu or Q or (Q)-pressed by
Philips Recording Company, Inc. PR or
PR Presswell etc help
ATLANTIC codes
Drumsticks? Antennae ? Chopsticks?ahh, Artisan
◎—∈—◎ (straight line through centre C)
"Ear" or uppercase cursive "P"
RCA Victor Master Serial Number Codes - 1942-1980's
WM on top MW stamp

Printers:
P logo Parrs
ER on spine=Ever Reddy(Canadian)-Printed By
SPC on spine=Shorewood Packaging Corp. Of Canada Ltd.
king records EP dates

U.S. Patents
Packaging:
Packaging
COLOR CHART with names

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Instrument abbreviations
years

Canadian-POP - BMI - ASCAP
WEA-co./year info
years, unknown search
STYLEs, a'la Discogs
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record-fairs: http://www.discogs.com/group/2264 http://www.recordshows.net/
remember seeing:
Jeff Beck,Big Sugar,The Blind Boys Of Alabama,Terry Bozzio,Buckwheat Zydeco,Jason Buie,Burning Spear,Jim Byrnes,Canned Heat,Eric Clapton,James Cotton,Crosby, Stills & Nash,Culture,Dayglo Abortions,Bo Diddley,Donovan,Dr. John,Dread Zeppelin,Cornell Dupree,Bob Dylan,Joe Ely,Fishbone,Dizzy Gillespie,The Grateful Dead,Buddy Guy,Ken Hamm,Herbie Hancock,The Harper Brothers,Ian Hunter,Colin James (2),Jethro Tull,Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings,Mark Knopfler,Leo Kottke,Ladysmith Black Mambazo,Daniel Lapp,David Lindley,Little Charlie And The Nightcats,Little Feat,Los Mocosos,Wynton Marsalis,Hugh Masekela,Dave Mason,Cash McCall,,Les McCann,Coco Montoya,Nomeansno,NOFX,Maceo Parker,Pink Floyd,George Porter, Jr.,Duke Robillard,Paul Rodgers,Mick Ronson, Roots Roundup, Don Ross (2),Otis Rush,Mitch Ryder,Santana,Carlos Santana,John Scofield,The Skatalites,Soundgarden,Sugar Blue,Supersuckers, Taj Mahal,Mick Taylor,The Tea Party,Toots Thielemans,Toots & The Maytals,Robin Trower,Stevie Ray Vaughan,Velvet (12),Joe Louis Walker,Roger Waters,Junior Wells,David Wilcox (2),Johnny Winter, Xavier Rudd,Yo La Tengo, [Invalid Artist], [Invalid Artist], [a=],

Pretty sure I saw CJ Chenier, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Jets Overhead, Reverend Horton Heat, Lee Oskar, Modest Mouse, Bedouin Soundclash, Jeff Healey, Tegan and Sara. Nashville Pussy, Sloan (2) and lots others 'lost' in my cloudy past.....I like seeing bands in the intimate setting of a bar ☺
>>>>"My Collection" is for VINYL ONLY__gotta prioritize.....
View my collection for questions related to the releases only in respect to the site.
Data I enter is attempted to be inclusive and done out of respect to the artists & indebtedness to the great music ⋐heard⋑ ◁:-)
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Listen to this link to the Eddie Harris instrumental "Why Don't You Quit" from 1970- love it:

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