Dinosaur Discs is a history of American music of the early 20th century, and the technologies that allow us to hear it today. Now that that’s out of the way, I’ve decided to call it a day on ‘Dinosaur Discs’. This comes in part because I’ve accomplished a lot of what I wanted to get done, and in part because there are other folks doing similar work better (looking at you, Mainspring Press blog), but mostly because there are a bunch of other things I want to invest significant time learning and experiencing and I’d rather make a clean break here than phone it in. Thanks to everyone who’s read, downloaded, written me, or contributed, and double thanks to the historians, collectors, re-issuers, and, most of all, musicians who put me on this path to begin with. Don’t be a stranger. +
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