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Book
pages cm.
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
287 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
2 volume (liv, 1103 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color).
Archive of Recorded Sound
Sound recording
<17> audio discs (approximately 800 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital. Digital: audio file; CD audio.
  • cd. 1 Interview with Johnnie [Bearcub] (12:28)
  • December 31, Interview with Bernell Blindman (14 min.)
  • January 5, 1970, Interviews with Douglass Remington and Linda Chango (14:13)
  • cd. 2. "program extract substitution from 12/23/69" January 7, 1970 Al Silbowitz interviews John Adar (14:19)
  • January 14, Trudell reports on the plans to found an Indian University (12:36)
  • cd. 3. January 15, Trudell discusses Indian schools (14:02)
  • January 19, Interview with La Nada Means (14:45)
  • cd. 4 January 20, Trudell is interviewed by Johnny Yesno of Canadian Broadcasting on general situation at Alcatraz (15:16)
  • January 21, Trudell reads from Indian newspapers (15:20)
  • cd. 5 January 22, Interview with John White Fox (15:00)
  • January 23, Trudell discusses L.A. Hoffman (13:45)
  • cd. 6 January 26, Trudell discusses Cheyenne autumn (a film) (15:25)
  • February 9, Trudell reads from Indian periodicals and discusses the Alcatraz newpaper (14:45)
  • cd. 7 February 11, Trudell reads varous items (16:39)
  • February 12, Trudell reads various items (10:57)
  • cd. 8 February 13, Trudell reads various items (11:57)
  • January 18, Trudell reads a piece on Indian traditions (14:18)
  • cd. 9 February 20, Trudell discusses upcoming negotiations with the government and reads an editorial from the next issue of the island's newspaper (13:56)
  • April 7, Elsa Knight Thompson interviews Trudell about negotiations with the government (12:38)
  • cd. 10, April 9, Trudell interviews Charles Dana about ongoing negotiations with government (15:45)
  • April 30, Richard Walden and Charles Dana speak about the Bay Area Native American Council (16:14)
  • cd. 11 May 7, Trudell, Dana, and Walden discuss situation (17:54)
  • May 14, Trudell and Walden discuss negotiations and also church issues (15:25)
  • cd. 12, May 21, Trudell discusses plans for upcoming reclamation on May 31, and also muses on his R & R trip to the mountains (11:45)
  • May 28, Trudell and Walden report on degeneration of relations between Alcatraz and the government (16:55)
  • cd. 13 May 31, [Program contains sensitive language] various speakers discuss situation of Indians (32:05)
  • cd. 14 June 2, Claude Marks of KPFA reports on fires sighted on the island and the Coast Guard's official response (10:17)
  • June 2, Marks interviews Trudell about the fires (6:58)
  • June 4, Trudell appeals for medical supplies and vitamins (0:41)
  • cd. 15 June 10, Trudell discusses the fires and the lighthouse and Indian plans for a sustainable community (14:46)
  • July 9, Trudell gives general update
  • cd. 16 July 16, Trudell gives update (6:32)
  • July 23, Trudell reports birth of his son, and general update (14:33)
  • July 30, Trudell gives general report (13:13)
  • cd. 17 August 6, Trudell discusses power for the lighthouse and other issues (11:52)
  • August 13, Trudell reports on ongoing disagreements with General Services Administration (13:24).
Broadcast by KPFA (and KPFK and WBAI) from December 22, 1969 to September 3, 1970 (of which the Archives holds 40 reels from December 29, 1969 to August 13, 1970), live from the main cell block of Alcatraz prison, during the Indians of All Tribes occupation. Consists chiefly of interviews, discussions, and news. Each episode introduced by Buffy Sainte-Marie singing Now that the buffalo's gone.
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
xvi, 366 p. ; 26 cm.
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
398 pages, 16 pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
21 p. ill. 21 x 15 cm
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
xvi, 284 pages ; 24 cm
  • The sage of Edgware
  • "Those Frenchmen got a hellova nerve"
  • "A form of musical bookkeeping"
  • "You live in a numerical world of your own"
  • "What a mess"
  • Specialized discographies, part 1
  • Specialized discographies, part 2
  • What kind of discographies do we want?
Today, jazz is considered high art, America's national music, and the catalog of its recordings--its discography--is often taken for granted. But behind jazz discography is a fraught and highly colorful history of research, fanaticism, and the intense desire to know who played what, where, and when. This history gets its first full-length treatment in Bruce D. Epperson's More Important Than the Music. Following the dedicated few who sought to keep jazz's legacy organized, Epperson tells a fascinating story of archival pursuit in the face of negligence and deception, a tale that saw curses and threats regularly employed, with fisticuffs and lawsuits only slightly rarer. Epperson examines the documentation of recorded jazz from its casual origins as a novelty in the 1920s and '30s, through the overwhelming deluge of 12-inch vinyl records in the middle of the twentieth century, to the use of computers by today's discographers. Though he focuses much of his attention on comprehensive discographies, he also examines the development of a variety of related listings, such as buyer's guides and library catalogs, and he closes with a look toward discography's future. From the little black book to the full-featured online database, More Important Than the Music offers a history not just of jazz discography but of the profoundly human desire to preserve history itself [Publisher description].
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
24 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
244 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 23 cm
Archive of Recorded Sound

11. The Columbia record [2012 - ]

Book
v. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 28 cm.
  • [no reproduction published for v. 1, 1903]
  • v. 2. 1904 ["there was no July issue, and there was likely no December issue"]
  • v. 3. 1905
  • v. 4. 1906
  • v. 5. 1907
Reproduction of most of the monthly periodical published 1903-1917 by Columbia Phonograph Company, constituting "a trade journal for their dealers ... [including] news, profiles, releases, sales tips, lawsuits, and musical trends ... [with] some occasional exaggerations ..."--"Volume II: 1904", "Introduction."
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
23 p. ; 22 x 28 cm.
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
32 p. ill. 21 x 15 cm
Archive of Recorded Sound
Music recording
4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book ([61] p. : col. ill. ; 31 x 31 cm.)
  • CD 1. Once I had a darling mother
  • No home, no place to pillow my head
  • Farther along
  • When the world's on fire
  • Take me back to the valley
  • Happy spirit
  • The great speckled bird
  • Tell him to come back sweet fern
  • Every time I feel
  • You're gonna miss me when I'm gone
  • Oh death
  • Guided by love
  • If you see my saviour
  • From shore to shore
  • Is she praying there?
  • Joy bells in my soul
  • Just one year
  • Black sheep
  • Who's calling you sweetheart tonight?
  • Rubber neck blues
  • There's no depression in heaven
  • Mother's not dead, she's only sleeping.
  • CD 2. I'm comin' back but I don't know when
  • It's only a phonograph record
  • Down in the willow garden
  • Bringin' in the Georgia mail
  • When the angels carry me home
  • If we ever meet again
  • Campin' in Canaan's land
  • Don't forget to pray
  • The grave at the foot of the mountain
  • I see a bright light shining
  • End of memory lane
  • Shenandoah waltz
  • Sweetheart I love you best
  • I know you'll understand
  • What became of that beautiful picture
  • Walking with you in my dreams
  • They didn't believe it was true
  • Time clock of life
  • Red rocking chair
  • Without me are you blue
  • Our mansion is ready
  • A valley of peace
  • Rosa Lee McFall
  • My saviour's train.
  • CD 3. Gonna shake hands with mother over there
  • Gonna shake hands with mother over there
  • Springtime in glory
  • So blue
  • Sugar cane mama
  • Down in Caroline
  • I know he's been dealing with me
  • I know he's been dealing with me
  • You'd better be somewhere praying
  • You'll find me there
  • 'Neath a cold gray tomb of stone
  • 'Neath a cold gray tomb of stone
  • Good morning to you
  • I'm gonna sing, sing, sing
  • I'm gonna sing, sing, sing
  • Gold star mother
  • Jesus is calling
  • Jesus is calling
  • My Lord's gonna move this wicked race
  • My Lord's gonna move this wicked race
  • That wild black engine
  • You'll find her name written there
  • You'll find her name written there
  • An angel in disguise
  • Find 'em, fool 'em and leave 'em alone
  • I'm old Kentucky bound
  • These triflin' women
  • Why did you say good-bye?
  • I'm weary of heartaches
  • That's what I like about you
  • Weep and cry.
  • CD 4. Old Joe Clark
  • Opening remarks from Charlie Monroe
  • Penitentiary blues
  • Patter and story from Charlie Monroe
  • Why did you ever say goodbye? --Find 'em, fool 'em and leave 'em alone
  • When the women get in power
  • I'm old Kentucky bound
  • Down in Caroline
  • Down in the willow garden
  • Bill Cheatham
  • I know you'll understand
  • Goin' down the road feeling bad
  • I'm old Kentucky bound
  • Bile 'em cabbage down
  • Good morning to you
  • Hop along Peter
  • Ain't nobody gonna miss me when I'm gone
  • Orange Blossom Special
  • I'll thank the friends who prayed for me
  • Penitentiary blues
  • Lonely little robin
  • Shine on me
  • John Henry
  • Paul and Silas bound in jail
  • Rocky Road blues
  • Bile 'em cabbage down
  • Who's calling you sweetheart tonight?
  • It's only a phonograph record
  • Goin' down the road feeling bad
  • Down in Caroline
  • (I'm gonna) sing, sing, sing
  • Fiddle outro.
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
417 p. ill. 18 x 25 cm
Archive of Recorded Sound
Journal/Periodical
volumes
Archive of Recorded Sound
Music recording
3 sound cassettes : analog, stereo.
  • (Cassette 1): Grand tarantelle for piano & orchestra / Louis Moreau Gottschalk (7:35) (Eugene List) ; Concerto for piano & orchestra, op. 45 / Mrs. H. H. A. Beach (34:04) (Mary Louise Boehm) : Concerto for piano & orchestra / William Schuman (23:55) (Gary Steigerwalt) ; Concerto for piano& orchestra / Aaron Copland (16:13) (Abbott Ruskin)
  • (Cassette 2): Concerto for piano & orchestra, op. 38 / Samuel Barber (28:30) (Abbott Ruskin ; Piano concerto no. 2 in D minor, op. 23 / Edward MacDowell (24:10) (Eugene List)
  • (Cassette 3): Piano concerto in F / George Gershwin (30:54) (Eugene List) ; Concerto for piano & orchestra, op. 31 / Miklos Rozsa (29:00) (Leonard Pennario).
Archive of Recorded Sound
Book
v. ; 24 cm.
Archive of Recorded Sound
Archive of Recorded Sound