Latest Additions to the Phono-Cut Discography
Thanks to Robert Johannesson (Kristianstad, Sweden), we now have additional details for the following issues in The Phono-Cut Discography:
I Rosens Doft = side A (mx. 1374 )
Trollhättan = side B (mx. 1375 )
Phono-Cut 5253 (previously unconfirmed issue):
Fogeln’s Visa = side A (mx. 1525 )
Stephanie = side B (mx. 1446 ; catalog number 5209, on which this also appears, is also in the wax)
These and other recently received additions will be incorporated in our next full revision of the discography (V.3), tentatively scheduled for early November. Our thanks for all who have taken the time to respond.
It now appears almost certain that the “0” characters following many of the master numbers are take indicators. If so, that raises the question of whether “0” indicates take 1, or the absence of “0” indicates take 1 (in which case, “0” would be take 2, “00” take 3, etc. — similar to Gennett’s use of no letter for take 1, “A” for take 2, etc.). The relative rarity of “000” markings suggests the latter, but that is still just a guess at this point.
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