User talk:Nug Brunec
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Thanks for your additions to the Ferko String Band article. I figured the CD was a re-issue, but didn't have any real evidence. I removed the "in hand" reference because it isn't a proper, verifiable reference. However, if you still have the album handy it would be entirely appropriate to use the template:cite liner notes template as a reference. Thanks again! All the best, (I'm no IP, talk to me!) 19:24, 4 December 2013 (UTC)
I am assuming that using the edit function here is how we are to communicate. Anyway, you're welcome. I added the "in hand" just as a note - Somerset, as a record company, rarely had liner notes, and did not for this LP, so that is a no-go. I estimated the date from the album style and construction, and address on the cover, as well as from the song's hit status in Germany in 1956 (Happy Days Are Here Again). If I were able, I could upload a nice image of the record for the article (which has a photo of the band on the front), but I couldn't figure out how to do so. I sell used and antiquarian books and vintage LPs, so I'm constantly doing research, and see a lot of questionable "data" on line. Did somebody really make a recent CD from this old recording? Nug Brunec (talk) 22:15, 6 December 2013 (UTC)Nug Brunec
- Well, you can still cite the album as proof of catalog number. If you'll give me the catalog number, I'll add in the citation. I know Somerset rarely had liner notes, that would have cost them extra money!! Yes, the owner of Alshire/Somerset has released quite a bit of their old catalog on CD. After all, most of the expense has already taken place, so it is a fairly safe investment for them. The image is probably a no-go, as it is copyrighted, and isn't crucial to the article. Now, if an article were written about the album itself, then the picture would be allowed as "fair-use". Go figure. Thanks for looking for incorrect data, and continued happy editing! (I'm no IP, talk to me!) 03:20, 8 December 2013 (UTC)
Hi - The album's particulars are : Somerset Stereo-Fidelity SF-12700 , 33 1/3 rpm 12 inch stereo LP. No zip code on address, definitely before 1960 - likely circa 1956 - 1957. I have a write-up about the album in my Etsy shop, complete with picture. I write it up as likely the happiest record ever pressed! Nug Brunec (talk) 20:26, 8 December 2013 (UTC)Nug Brunec
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