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    Hi Guys - I have been sorting all my library records out, going through and trying to catalogue them. It's a real mixture of joy and pain as anyone who has done this will know.

    I am about to embark on the Bruton mission and its a little scary. I was hoping that someone out there has ventured this ground before me and has a database with catalogue composer title etc that I could adapt.

    I would appreciate any data info including libraries from KPM- Bruton- Chappell- MP2000-Parry- Select Sound.

    Cheers Dan.

  • #2
    Sermad's the man, although i'm not sure what's happening with the Soundlibrary site...

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    • #3
      yeah the site is up and running still.

      http://www.thesoundlibrary.com/

      Its fully database driven. If you want access to the data entry system then just shout and I'll sort you out.
      www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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      • #4
        doh! missed out the 'the' when i tried it...

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        • #5
          PM green man. Tom has original catalogues for a few library labels. He also has a few hundred libraries too.
          it's time for some heartbeats

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          • #6
            Serms - where's the KPMs gone?
            "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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            • #7
              the kpms are hidden because I havent finished adding them. they'll come online soon im sure.

              *edit - I turned the kpms on. But no tracklistings until I figure out how something um geeky.

              Ive got maybe 1500 titles in the database now...

              Ive got about 20 cats myself. Very useful they are too.
              Last edited by sermad; 29-01-2005, 07:57 PM.
              www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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              • #8
                Originally posted by sermad

                Ive got about 20 cats myself. Very useful they are too.
                Not when they want feeding, serms.

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                • #9
                  sound library database

                  Originally posted by sermad
                  yeah the site is up and running still.

                  http://www.thesoundlibrary.com/

                  Its fully database driven. If you want access to the data entry system then just shout and I'll sort you out.
                  Hey Sermad that would be great if I could have access to the database it would be a great help.
                  I noticed you didn't include Bruton. Was it to much of a painful a task.

                  Forgive me but who is Tom this catalogue sounds good.

                  Cheers again Dan

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                  • #10
                    aye sermad - thanks for putting up the KPMs again ..

                    I'm bedazzled at how many there are, and I know you must be tiring of these questions, but I recently found KPM 1001 (the mood modern) and 1014 (all that jazz) in an op shop down here.

                    They're pretty straight ahead but there are a few cuts on each that aren't too shabby, now the question is are either of these particulary notable or sought after - perhaps 1001 as the first 1000 series release ?

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                    • #11
                      to be honest mate no they are not really sought after.

                      The only jazz libraries on kpm that command sums are the clarke boland ones on KPM INT.
                      www.thesoundlibrary.net <- Changed URL

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                      • #12
                        cheers - I suspected as much

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                        • #13
                          Interesting website. Records I feel that should be added:

                          PIL 9030: The Michelangelo Orchestra - Free Dimension ('76)
                          A nice easy listening jazzy record
                          PIL 9041: CONTEMPO Lp (Michelangelo Orchestra b/w The Polson Pickers) ('79)
                          Not as good as the Free Dimension Lp, but still some cool easy listening vibes by Michelangelo. The B-side sucks.

                          Another PIL record I have is PIL 9015: Sun ~ seeker by David Johnson. But I don't like it at all.
                          http://thejazzkid.tumblr.com

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                          • #14
                            i think "all that jazz" has Tubby Hayes on, but to sell it for a good amount you need to prove this - so you need to find a copy of the CD issue that has the info.
                            http://www.iueke.com/

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