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Tom Lord

Tom Lord

29.01.2011

The Jazz Discography

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The Jazz Discography
By Tom Lord

Publication of Volume 26 completes the series from A to Z.

The 26th volume of The Jazz Discography has been published, completing 14 years of painstaking work by its compiler and publisher, Tom Lord.

Publication of the widely acclaimed jazz reference work began in 1992 and now catalogs over 100 years of recorded jazz from 1896 to today. It currently comprises 26 volumes of over 600 pages each.

Compiled on an advanced, cust …

The Jazz Discography CD-ROM Version 3.3 is now available.

For the first time, all jazz fans, jazz record buyers, collectors, musicians and students can own the world’s most complete catalog of recorded jazz of all genres on one affordably priced CD-ROM.

The Jazz Discography CD-ROM 3.3 is the most comprehensive source of information on a vast repertoire of jazz recordings released between 1896 and today. Content includes full discographical details of 136,263 record …