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New York: Mercury Record Corporation, mid-1950s. Huge folio leaf printed in two colors and folded once to make a sleeve for a 12" phonograph record: we have this printed sleeve only. It lists sixty artists, from Dinah Washington to Cannon Ball Adderly; and on another side lists many many recordings...
New York: Seven Stories Press, 2000. Hardcover. 303p., cd with 78 minutes of the African American journalist's banned radio commentaries and readings by literary figures and activists supporting Mumia inserted in a sleeve pasted to the f.e.p., review sheet laid in, first printing, very good in a like dj, fading...
San Francisco: Chile 30 Collective / The Freedom Archives, 2003. CD, brand-new in standard plastic CD slipcase and publisher's cellophane, decorated with color reproduction of color-pencil drawing by Rene Castro. Voices of participants (Ariel Dorfman, Isabel Allende, others) reflecting on the coup and the period following; with "archival recordings..the attack...
Universal City: MCA Records, [1961?]. Audio LP. Twelve-inch vinyl 33 1/3 rpm recording, both inner and outer sleeves present, outer sleeve mildly edgeworn and scuffed, but boldly inscribed by Carter across the front. Colson was a break-through musician in black composers who crossed over into film score, was a mentor...
Glendale: composer/artist, as ARC, no date, perhaps early 1960's. 12-inch longplay phonograph records in cardboard albums, no inner sleeves. First item has some dust and scratches, looks playable, album cover is pictorial: shows [a slightly bovine] Colton in monochrome pastureland, presumably somewhere in Carmel Valley; second item is of translucent.....
Springfield: Voice of Evangelism, no date, circa 1970. 12" 33 1/3 rpm phonograph record JCC-VE-200 / 691222-A, B, album slipcover decorated (both sides, in black & red on white) as pastiche newspaper. Lacks sleeve, grooves look rubbed and there is a distinct scratch; slipcover has a browned dampstain at one...
Los Angeles: Privately Printed at the Pueblo Press [for editor-authors], 1939. Hardcover. 18p., b&w illustrations and facsimiles, rear pocket with zoetrope wheel; text printed on calendared paperstock with edges left untrimmed, hardbound issue, 10.5x8 inches; has a lovely coarse-linen spine over matte-black boards with printed face label. Copy no.145 of.....
San Francisco: Norton Coker Press, 1991. x, 39p., clip-art and collage illustrations, staplebound 11x8.5 inch wraps in the back of which, rather awkwardly, is a titled cassette in a pocket (Foley reading these). Except for some pressure marks occasioned by presence of audio thingie, a very good copy.
San Francisco: Norton Coker Press, 1991. Paperback. 39p., 8.5x11 inches, clip-art and collage illustrations, cassette tape in pocket at rear, personal inscription to Justine and Lawrence Fixel signed Jack and Adele dated 7/20/93 at Walden Pond Books, paperback very good in white pictorial wraps.
Berkeley: Mother's Hen, 1987. x, 27p., staplebound glossy 8.5x5.5 inch wraps in the back of which, rather awkwardly, is a titled cassette in a pocket (Foley reading these). Poet has inscribed in signed to another poet. Except for a short tear and some pressure marks occasioned by presence of audio...
San Francisco: Freedom Archives, 2004. On this audio CD, the poet contributors read Marilyn Buck's poems and their own. Poets include Amiri Baraka, Dennis Brutus, Aya De Leon, Fanny Howe, Uchechi Kalu, Genny Lim, devorah major, Sara Menefee, Kiilu Nyasha, Maria Poblet, Carlos Quiles, Samsara, Sonia Sanchez, Staajabu, Jean Stewart...
N. pl. Edward B. Marks Music Company, 1970. Paperback. 48p., softbound in 12x9 inch wraps, illustrated with b&w photos of King in recording studios and on tour. Externally rather worn but a sound copy clean within. Lyrics and music, with a prefatory statement by B.B. endorsing these transcriptions.
Melbourne: Australian Jazz Quarterly, September 1950. 16p., listings in smallpoint type without annotation, printed in blue ink, staplebound textured peach wraps lettered green. A very good copy which some knowledgeable person has emended very neatly (and very small) in pencil, adding and correcting issue numerals. A.J.Q. handbook no. 3.
N. pl. Brunswick Radio Corp. 1945. Paperback. 8p., 8.25 x 5.5 inch staplebound wraps, printed black and red on glazed white paperstock. slightly foxed and dust-soiled. Record notes for the album with thumbnail biography and a half-page or so on each of four "rare piano solo recordings" Brunswick collectors' series allbum no. B-1018.