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March 22, 2011

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pete

I'm sure it's a great box but much of this we already have on single discs, collections or a "centennial" mega-box. How is the mastering and the transfers? Why should this box set replace another one? Inquiring minds want to know!! Please tell u about the box, we already know the history :)

pete

Thanks Marc! I am checking out your old posts and have subscribed to your blog. I look forward to reading more of your writing in the future! :)

Irving Mills Fan

Very nice piece. I especially appreciate the photo of Irving Mills.

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