The Jazz Discography by Tom Lord, Version 20.0

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The discographical primitives of the 30s – Delaunay, Rust and their kind – would be thunderstruck if they could return to see the holy grail of their trade as produced by the good Lord. In past years volumes of discography by others have always been confined by borders that they could not breach. Or the honest and usually solitary labourer declared himself terminally exhausted by the creation of his fat part-volume. Perhaps his efforts reached the middle of the alph
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