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Offline Stefan Wirz

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Negro Art label
« on: January 28, 2007, 07:55:48 AM »
 in 1968 there was a French (or was ist Swiss ?) record label issuing a series of (then) obscure post war recordings on LPs by the name of "Negro Art".


click on album cover to go to Negro Art discography

I've been able to unearth its contents except for three of the albums:
- Negro Art M-12-SB-361 (Story Of The Blues - Chicago Blues -2)
- Negro Art M-12-SB-362 (Story Of The Blues - Harmonica Blues -1)
and
- Negro Art M-12-SB-363 (Story Of The Blues - Blues Pianorama -3)

If there's anyone among you who can fill those gaps - don't hesitate to let me know !!!

Thanks in advance,

Stefan 
« Last Edit: January 28, 2007, 09:07:34 AM by Slack »

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