The ambition of this site is to illustrate each and every ‘make’ of disc record marketed in the U.K. in the period stated. They are often referred to (loosely) as 78 rpm records, and we think that nearly 300 labels may have existed during this time period. The majority of the research work on these was done by the late Frank Andrews, the doyen of British discographers. References to his writings are given. We hope you will find this site of help, and also of some slight entertainment value – the author believes that very long ‘dry-as-dust’ presentations almost always become tedious. 8^)
Look for a label under its initial letter above, or just browse!
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