Mike Sutcliffe’s Australian Record & Music Review – Contents Listing

The following blog post consists of a contents listing of the important Australian discographical research journal founded and edited by collector and researcher Mike Sutcliffe from 1989 and up until his death in 2007. Its full title was the “Australian Record And Music Review: A quarterly discographical magazine for record and music collectors.” with the assigned ISSN 1033-1352. I compiled this list mainly for personal reference, and reproduce it here in the hope that interested readers can locate articles on an array of Australian music and sound recording topics. The State Library of NSW has a near-complete run of issues no. 2 (July 1989) to issue no. 72 (January 2007). For more information about other Australian library holdings of this magazine, please consult The National Library of Australia’s Trove website: https://trove.nla.gov.au/ The compiler of this blog post also has a complete run of this magazine from issues 1 to 72, thanks to the generosity of collectors David Crisp and Charles Phippen.

— Michael Alexandratos

January 25, 2021.

ARMR-1 (April 1989)

Pg 3 — Composers: Marsh Little

Pg 5 — The Victor Trademark Name in Australia

Pg 6 — Australians Overseas: The Three Australian Boys

Pg 7 — Record Labels: Wilco

Pg 9 — Australia’s First Full Colour Cartoon

Pg 10 — Visitors: Tom Swift

Pg 12 — Columbia & Parlophone Longer Play Records

Pg 13 — Record Labels: Clarite

Pg 17 — Pseudonyms: Broadway Serenaders

Pg 18 — Australian His Masters Voice Masters

Pg 19 — Tom Katz & His Saxophone Band

Pg 21 — Visitors: Alec Templeton

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

ARMR-2 (July 1989)

Pg 3 — Jimmie Elkins & His Orchestra

Pg 10 — Pseudonyms: The Californians

Pg 11 — Australian Music Published By The Manly Daily

Pg 13 — Pseudonyms: The High Hatters

Pg 14 — Record Labels: Gennett

Pg 16 — Australians Overseas: Morgan & Hadley

Pg 18 — Record Labels: Blue Star & Circle

Pg 19 — O! Sydney I Love You

Pg 20 — Visitors: Frank Sinatra

Pg 21 — Visitors: Richard Crooks

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

ARMR-3 (October 1989)

Pg 3 — Gladys Moncrieff – Her English Recordings

Pg 5 — “For The Term Of His Natural Life”

Pg 6 — The Big Four

Pg 9 — Pseudonyms: The Broadway Bandits

Pg 10 — The First “Miss Australia”

Pg 11 — Paul Whiteman Special Label

Pg 13 — Pseudonyms: Silver Screen Orchestra

Pg 14 — Visitors: Herschel Henlere

Pg 18 — Record Labels: Brolga

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

ARMR-4 (January 1990)

Pg 3 — Visitors: Frank Ellis & His Californians/Palais Royal Californians

Pg 10 — Record Labels: Baby Summit/Nursery Rhyme Record

Pg 11 — Columbia Souvenir Record

Pg 12 — Australian Musical Comedies — “Romantic Rebel”

Pg 13 — Columbia Sound Effects Records

Pg 14 — Special Issues Of Bing Crosby

Pg 15 — Record Labels: Possum

Pg 15 — Pseudonyms: Alabama Barn Stompers

Pg 16 — Gulbransen Registering Piano Records

Pg 17 — Pseudonyms: Corona Dance Band

Pg 18 — Ted Heath’s Australian Suite

Pg 19 — Pseudonyms: Denza Dance Band

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

ARMR-5 (April 1990)

Pg 3 — The Federal & Australia Cylinder Records: A History, by Mike Tucker

Pg 11 — The Hawaiian Club

Pg 14 — Regal Double Track Records

Pg 15 — Record Labels: Gracelon

Pg 18 — Pseudonyms: The Melody Masters / The Fashionaires / The Masters of Rhythm

Pg 19 — 16 2/3 Long Play Records

Pg 21 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 22 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-6 ( July 1990)

Pg 3 — The Career of Lawrie Brooks

Pg 10 — Record Labels: Palings

Pg 11 — The Australian Hot Jazz Classics

Pg 14 — Ruth Wallis

Pg 15 — Vocalion Melbourne “W” Masters

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-7 (October 1990)

Pg 3 — The Career Of Clarrie Collins

Pg 11 — Record Labels: Planet

Pg 11 — Visitors: Larry Adler

Pg 12 — Mr. Bohanna Goes “Down Under” by Ruth Edge

Pg 16 — Australian Politicians On Record

Pg 16 — Visitors: J.C. Heard

Pg 17 — Australian Rare Issues: Benny Goodman

Pg 18 — Record Labels: Beeda

Pg 21 — Topical Songs: Sydney Harbour Bridge

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-8 (January 1991)

Pg 3 — Don Bradman: The Record Maker

Pg 7 — Record Labels: Aida

Pg 8 — Des Tooley: A Bio-Discography

Pg 14 — Australians Overseas: Malcolm McEachern (Flotsam & Jetsam)

Pg 16 — New Releases [Reissues]

Pg 17 — Australia’s Oldest Sound-On-Disc Record?

Pg 18 — Pseudonyms The Rhythm Kings

Pg 19 — Records of the 29th Eucharistic Congress

Pg 20 — Ernest Rittie In Australia

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-9 (April 1991)

Pg 3 — The Career of Abe Walters

Pg 13 — Record Labels: XX

Pg 14 — Australians Overseas: Ian Pearce

Pg 15 — Australian Ragtime

Pg 17 — Visitors: Fernando Autori

Pg 18 — Knight Barnett: Organist by Kevin Cork

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-10 (July 1991)

Pg 3 — Maori Recordings

Pg 9 — Recordings By Max Oldaker

Pg 10 — Royal Hayman Hotel Souvenir Record

Pg 11 — Earl Hines

Pg 12 — Mr. Bohanna Goes “Down Under” Part 2 by Ruth Edge

Pg 17 — Visitors: Nick Lucas

Pg 17 — Pseudonyms: Bluebird Dance Orchestra

Pg 18 — Record Labels: Dahlmont

Pg 21 — Australia’s First Rock & Roll Record

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-11 (October 1991)

Pg 3 — The Artie Shaw Navy Band In New Zealand (30 July — 2 Sept. 1943) by Harold S. Kaye

Pg 9 — Australians Overseas: Jean Melville

Pg 9 — Visitors: Ignaz Friedman

Pg 10 — Collecting Jazz Records: The 78 Era by Reg Hoskins

Pg 11 — Visitors: Billy Mayerl

Pg 12 — Record Labels: Kingsley

Pg 13 — Review Page

Pg 14 — Angelus 1000 – Clifford 4000

Pg 17 — Columbia Records Unemployed Musicians

Pg 18 — Topical Songs: Amy Johnson’s Flight

Pg 20 — Record Labels: Worth

Pg 21 — Visitors: Len Fillis

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-12 (January 1992)

Pg 3 — Visitors: Ted Henkel & Fred Scholl

Pg 5 — Macquarie Records, by Ross Laird

Pg 14 — George Sorlie

Pg 17 — Record Labels: Swaggie

Pg 18 — Carol Laughner And His Palm Grove Orchestra

Pg 21 — Visitors: Teddie Garratt

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 23 — Visitors: Gene Krupa Trio

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-13 (April 1992)

Pg 3 — Artie Shaw In Australia 1943

Pg 9 — Oscar Peterson Recording In Australia!

Pg 10 — Errol Flynn, by Peter Burgis

Pg 12 — Record Labels: Kismet

Pg 16 — Australian Recordings On New Zealand Viking Label

Pg 18 — George Wallace On Record

Pg 19 — The First Blues/Rock Festival

Pg 20 — Fred Williamson

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-14 (July 1992)

Pg 3 — The Newcastle Steelworks Band NSW (A discography and brief account of their success) by Jack Greaves

Pg 7 — Hawaiian Music

Pg 11 — Sound-On-Disc Record For Newsreels

Pg 12 — John Robertson: Trumpet Virtuoso

Pg 19 — Paul Whiteman: The King Of Jazz

Pg 20 — Minutes of the inaugural meeting of the fellowship of Australian discographers held in Sydney, NSW, on May 16, 1992

Pg 21 — Review Page

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-15 (October 1992)

Pg 3 — Decca Records: Jack O’Hagan Music

Pg 5 — Pseudonyms: Casino Royal Orchestra

Pg 8 — 1931 Columbia 33rpm Records

Pg 9 — The TANZA Saga: The story of New Zealand’s Pioneer Record Label, by Bill Hamer

Pg 13 — May Brahe Composition Discography, by Peter Burgis

Pg 21 — Record Labels: Danceland

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-16 (January 1993)

Pg 3 — Rex Stuart In Australasia 1949-50

Pg 9 — First Commercial 33 1/3rpm Records

Pg 9 — Pseudonyms: Johnny Walker & His Orchestra

Pg 10 — The TANZA Label

Pg 14 — Graeme Bell In Europe 1947-1948, Recordings Known, And Radio Broadcasts Which May Have Been Recorded, by Jack Mitchell

Pg 18 — The Harmoniques

Pg 20 — The King Of Jazz (Continued), by Ron Wills

Pg 21 — Vaudeville: Tivoli Reports

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-17 (April 1993)

Pg 3 — Mr. Bohanna Goes “Down Under” Part 3, Exit Mr. Bohanna, by Ruth Edge

Pg 6 — A Tribute to Al Jolson

Pg 7 — The Teen Label

Pg 10 — Record Labels: Platavox

Pg 11 — TANZA (continued)

Pg 14 — Graeme Bell And His Australian Jazz Band, Second European Tour 1950-1952, by Jack Mitchell

Pg 21 — In The Wax (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 22 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-18 (July 1993)

Pg 3 — Australian Compositions Recorded In England

Pg 4 — Pseudonyms: Raymond Dance Band

Pg 5 — TANZA (concluded)

Pg 9 — Record Labels: Embassy

Pg 17 — Stamps On Records, by Adam Miller

Pg 21 — The Story of Plattavox, by Frank Van Straten

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate By Peter Burgis

ARMR-19 (October 1993)

Pg 3 — The Career of Abe Romain [with discography]

Pg 14 — TANZA continued

Pg 16 — Columbia Masters Used For Dubbing

Pg 17 — Lyric: A Reissue Label

Pg 20 — The HMV Letters

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-20 (January 1994)

Pg 3 — Clifford Industries

Pg 12 — Bert Ralton Band In Australia

Pg 17 — Record Labels: Regent

Pg 22 — The Red Arrows

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-21 (April 1994)

Pg 3 — Visiting Artists To Australia From 1945 Onwards

Pg 7 — Special Australian Market G&T Records, by Leonard Petts

Pg 9 — Vocalion “AZ” Masters

Pg 16 — Mr. Bohanna Goes “Down Under” – Postscript

Pg 17 — Pseudonyms: Tampa Blue Orchestra

Pg 18 — The HMV Letters (continued)

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-22 (July 1994)

Pg 3 — The Ambassadors

Pg 8 — Record Labels: Aerona

Pg 12 — Record Labels: Jazz Incorporated

Pg 13 — Visiting Artists To Australia From 1945 Onwards (continued)

Pg 16 — Record Labels: Lily Of The Valley

Pg 17 — The Elmar & Zenith Labels

Pg 20 — The Career of Janet Lind [with discography]

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 23 — Australian Edison Cylinders

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-23 (October 1994)

Pg 3 — The Zonophone 3000 Series, a brief history

Pg 5 — HMV In Australia

Pg 7 — Visiting Artists To Australia From 1945 Onwards (continued)

Pg 11 — Further Original Cast Recordings

Pg 12 — Record Labels: Embassy

Pg 16 — The Original Creole Band In Australia

Pg 17 — Odds & Ends: Reception to the British Lawn Tennis Team

Pg 18 — The Career of Willy Restone

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-24 (January 1995)

Pg 3 — Bob Waddington Diaries (Bass Player)

Pg 6 — The Career of Eugene Pingitore

Pg 10 — Visiting Artists To Australia From 1945 Onwards (continued)

Pg 13 — Notes on the formation of the gramophone company Limited (Australian branch) and His Master’s Voice NZ Limited, by Leonard Petts (EMI Archivist)

Pg 16 — AB Records: A Reissue Label

Pg 17 — The Tinfoil Phonograph In Australia

Pg 19 — “The Adorable Outcast”

Pg 20 — Jazz On Radio

Pg 21 — Odds & Ends: The Tonga Methodist College Choir in Sydney

Pg 22 — In The Wax: (A regular column of queries and topics relating to records).

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate

ARMR-25 (April 1995)

Pg 3 — The Rodeo Label

Pg 10 — The Paramount Label [Melbourne Label]

Pg 13 — Odds & Ends: Capital Label (1950) with John Crane and Wally Carr

Pg 14 — Bob Waddington Diaries Part 2

Pg 16 — Visiting Artists To Australia From 1945 Onwards (continued)

Pg 20 — Tony Newstead In The USA

Pg 22 — Query and comment page

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-26 (June 1995)

Pg 3 — The Parlophone Company In Australia

Pg 9 — Alan Wright: Parlophone Pioneer, by Peter Burgis

Pg 14 — The Parlophone A-2000 10-inch Popular Series

Pg 17 — The Parlophone A-6000 10-inch Popular Series

Pg 18 — Parlophone Catalogue Series

Pg 19 — Bob Waddington Diaries Part 3

Pg 22 — Review Page

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-27 (October 1995)

Pg 3 — Visiting Artists/Celebrities To Australia From 1945 Onwards (continued)

Pg 5 — A Glimpse From The Past

Pg 10 — Bellbird Records

Pg 18 — In The Wax: (a regular column of queries and topics relating to records)

Pg 19 — Check List of Australian 78 Label Names

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-28 (January 1996)

Pg 3 — Australian Jazz Compositions 1925-1959

Pg 7 — The Planet Label

Pg 15 — American Servicemen Musicians In Australia 1942-1945

Pg 17 — Bob Waddington Diaries Part 4

Pg 19 — The Orpheus and Plaza Labels

Pg 22 — Special Transcriptions

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-29 (April 1996)

Pg 3 — Prestophone History: Rex Shaw, by Peter Burgis

Pg 6 — Prestophone 78rpm Releases, by Ross Laird & Jack Mitchell

Pg 21 — Feedback

Pg 23 — Reviews

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-30 (July 1996)

Pg 3 — The Ingenues

Pg 4 — Visiting Artists To Australia (1835-1945)

Pg 19 — Leo Breen And The Craven A Song

Pg 22 — Australian Compositions On LP Records

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-31 (October 1996)

Pg 3 — Australian Jazz Compositions 1925-59 Part 2

Pg 6 — The Phono Record – Our Overseas Trade – Australia

Pg 9 — “You Have Not Lived If You Fail To See The Ingenues” by Kay Dreyfus

Pg 13 — Record Labels: Summit

Pg 23 — In The Wax & Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-32 (January 1997)

Pg 3 — The Vocalion Company In Australia

Pg 14 — Vocalion Series

Pg 16 — Vocalion Private Recordings

Pg 18 — The Gaiety Label

Pg 21 — Australian Jazz Compositions 1925-59 Part 3

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-33 (April 1997)

Pg 3 — Australian Locality Songs 1900-1963

Pg 12 — Gulbransen label

Pg 13 — Aco Label

Pg 17 — Australian Jazz Compositions 1925-1959 Part 4

Pg 20 — Record Library Gleanings For ABC’s Hall Of Fame

Pg 21 — Aviators On Record: Bert Hinkler

Pg 22 — Bob Waddington Diaries Part 5

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-34 (July 1997)

Pg 3 — Records Issued In Australia Only

Pg 9 — Pioneer Australian Recording Artists: Hamilton Hill

Pg 19 — Starr Label

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-35 (October 1997)

Pg 3 — Sonny Clay And The Colored Idea

Pg 14 — Grand Pree Label

Pg 18 — Woody Herman And The Golden Wedding

Pg 19 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-36 (January 1998)

Pg 3 — The Score Label

Pg 9 — The Vox Humana Label

Pg 14 — Planet 7-inch 45 Standard Play

Pg 17 — Pseudonyms: The Rhythmic Troubadours

Pg 21 — Australian Chinese Labels

Pgs 22 & 23 — Reprints from old journals

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-37 (April 1998)

Pg 3 — The Americanadians

Pg 5 — The Paramount Label [Clifford Industries]

Pg 11 — The Regal Zonophone RZ Masters

Pg 18 — The Worth Label [Clifford Industries]

Pg 23 — In The Wax/Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-38 (July 1998)

Pg 3 — The Ampersand Label

Pg 7 — Pseudonyms On Australian Labels to 1960

Pg 10 — The Decca label [In Australia]

Pg 18 — Australian Jazz label

Pg 19 — Bon Marche Label

Pg 22 — Reprint from journal “Broadcasting Business” Jan. 1938

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-39 (October 1998)

Pg 3 — Australian 78rpm Masters Issued Overseas

Pg 7 — The Recording Centre and John Mystery Masters, by Jack Micthell

Pg 14 — Electron Label

Pg 22 — New CD Issues: Classic Australian Radio Programs Available on CD from the National Film & Sound Archive.

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-40 (January 1999)

Pg 3 — Visiting Artists To Australia From 1945 (continued from issue no. 27)

Pg 9 — Vocalion XA 18000 series

Pg 15 — The Young Australia League, by Jack Greaves

Pg 18 — Coast Label

Pg 19 — The Stellar Dance Band

Pg 21 — Recordings by Columbia, 1937

Pg 22 — Feedback

Pg 23 — Review of “Melbourne in the 1920s Volume 1” by Chris Long.

ARMR-41 (April 1999)

Pg 3 — First Long Play Swaggie Records

Pg 6 — Tempo Label

Pg 9 — Gibsona Label

Pg 12 — Index to issues 1-40

Pg 17 — The Arcadia Label

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-42 (October 1999)

Pg 3 — The Pacific Label

Pg 10 — Brunswick 6000 Series

Pg 16 — Chinese Recordings [Chinese advertising disc in the former collection of Michael Kinnear]

Pg 17 — Further Oddities On Clifford Industries Labels

Pg 18 — The Aeroplane & Golden Tongue Labels

Pg 22 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-43 (October 1999)

Pg 3 — Jay Whidden/Roy Fox In Australia

Pg 7 — Melotone label [Clifford Industries label]

Pg 14 — Another Tempo label from 1940

Pg 15 — The Polydor Label in Australia

Pg 18 — Swaggie Extended Play Series

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-44 (January 2000)

Pg 3 — Jim Davidson [Discography]

Pg 21 — Letter from Arch Kerr

Pg 24 — Puzzle plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-45 (April 2000)

Pg 3 — Visiting Artists To Australia From 1945 (continued from issue no. 40)

Pg 6 — Radiola Records

Pg 13 — “Australia’s First Rock And Roll Record” Revisited, by Ross Laird

Pg 15 — Brunswick label “Songs From Dixie” series

Pg 20 — Parlophone: Jazz In Australia Series

Pg 23 — Reviews

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-46 (July 2000)

Pg 3 — Sterling Label [Clifford Industries label]

Pg 8 — “Swing It’s The New Rhythm” from Women’s Weekly, August 1, 1936

Pg 10 — “Australia’s First Rock And Roll Record” Revisited & Revisited, by Peter Burgis

Pg 12 — Bon Marche 100 Series

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-47 (October 2000)

Pg 3 — Artansa Label

Pg 5 — “Making Transcriptions” article from Radio & Hobbies journal, April 1939

Pg 10 — Golden Tongue Label [Clifford Industries label]

Pg 17 — Savoy Label [Vocalion company label, Melbourne]

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-48 (January 2001)

Pg 3 — Phillips Records label (Australian)

Pg 14 — Mepmhis Label

Pg 15 — “Records – Ban Removed From B Stations” article from the Wireless Weekly, July 7, 1933

Pg 17 — Visiting Artists To Australia From 1945 (continued from issue no. 45)

Pg 20 — Article from The ABC Weekly, July 16, 1949

Pg 22 — Article from ABC Weekly, December 23, 1950 [recording John Antill’s ‘Corroboree’]

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-49 (April 2001)

Pg 3 — Noel Pemberton Billing

Pg 8 — The World Record Company in Australia

Pg 15 — List of Australa records

Pg 28 — Australian Austral issues

Pg 31 — Feedback

ARMR-50 (July 2001)

Pg 3 — The Panachord label [Sydney Brunswick company label]

Pg 16 — Ray Tellier San Fransisco Orchestra

Pg 19 — Jazzart label

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-51 (October 2001)

Pg 3 — The Fidelity label

Pg 8 — EMI Australia [article from ABC Weekly, March 3, 1951]

Pg 11 — Broadcast De Luxe label

Pg 21 — Visitors To Australia 1945 Onwards (continued)

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-52 (January 2002)

Pg 3 — George Trevare: A Bio-Discography

Pg 13 — Pseudonyms: The Society Serenaders

Pg 14 — The Yerkes S.S. Flotilla Orchestra

Pg 16 — Broadcast BA-1 Series

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-53 (April 2002)

Pg 3 — Spotlight label [entire issue dedicated to listing the releases of this Melbourne-based label]

ARMR-54 (July 2002)

Pg 3 — Vocalion label 500 series

Pg 17 — Visitors to Australia: 1945 onwards (continued)

Pg 20 — Celebrity Label

Pg 21 — “Gramophone industry [….]” article in Music Maker, August 1951

Pg 22 – Pseudonyms: West End Players / Rudy Marlow & Orchestra

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-55 (October 2002)

Pg 3 — The Clifford Industries ‘House’ label

Pg 11 — The Century label

Pg 12 — Bell label [formed in 1957 and based in Sydney, Australia]

Pg 20 — Visitors to Australia 1945 onwards (continued)

Pg 23 — Pseudonyms: Midnight Minstrels

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-56 (January 2003)

Pg 3 — Horrie Dargie: A bio-discography

Pg 11 — The Diaphon Label

Pg 20 — Clifford Industries ‘House’ label (continued)

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-57 (April 2003)

Pg 3 — Les Welch: A bio-discography

Pg 18 — Clifford Industries ‘House’ label (continued)

Pg 23 — Feedback

ARMR-58 (July 2003)

Pg 3 — Visitors to Australia 1945 onwards (continued)

Pg 8 — Columbia ‘R’ Master Listing

Pg 14 — Pseudonyms: The Midnight Revellers

Pg 16 – Rich-Tone label

Pg 18 — Clifford Industries ‘House’ label (continued)

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-59 (October 2003)

Pg 3 — The Career of Ern Pettifer

Pg 8 — The Wattle label

Pg 13 — Columbia variable prefix masters

Pg 17 — Clifford Industries ‘House’ label (continued)

Pg 22 — “Peter Dawson still recording new songs” in ABC Weekly July 8, 1950

ARMR-60 (January 2004)

Pg 3 — Joe Sheftell’s Plantation Revue

Pg 7 — Century Records label

Pg 12 — “Making Records & Talking Machines in Australia” from The Australasian Manufacturer, April 25, 1931.

Pg 16 — Clifford Industries ‘house’ label (continued)

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-61 (April 2004)

Pg 3 — Jack Lumsdaine The Radio Rascal: A bio-discography

Pg 11 — “New Radio Sets in Australia” article in Wireless Weekly, January 9, 1931

Pg 12 — The Roseville label

Pg 13 — Gladys Moncrieff Rarity [Voice of Australia label acetate recording)

Pg 14 — “The Phonograph in Australia” from Talking Machine News, November 1907

Pg 15 — Clifford Industries ‘House’ label (continued)

Pg 22 — Index to issues 41-60

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-62 (July 2004)

Pg 3 — Australia’s Hour of Song [radio program]

Pg 14 — Columbia 12-inch WRX masters

Pg 15 – “A Wonderful Flautist” in The Phono Record, December 1920

Pg 16 — The Esquire label

Pg 22 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-63 (October 2004)

Pg 3 — Australian Records 1910-20 [labels made especially for sale in Australia]

Pg 14 — Australian Trade Mark Registrations

Pg 18 — 50th Aniversary of the first 45rpm singles in Australia, by Brian Crabbe

Pg 23 — “Corroboree” Recorded, from the Australian Music News, January 2, 1951

Pg 24 — Puzzle plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-64 (January 2005)

Pg 3 — Visitors to Australia 1945 onwards (continued)

Pg 7 — “Walter Kirby…Australian artist gets a fresh start in London” from Smith’s Weekly, April 16, 1932

Pg 8 — The Rexophone label

Pg 12 — Harvey Ball & His Virginians — Ruth Varin & Her Maryland Maids

Pg 14 — “Records — Ban Removed From B Stations” in Wireless Weekly July 7, 1933

Pg 16 — The Grand Pree label

Pg 22 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-65 (April 2005)

Pg 3 — Bob Gibson a bio-discography

Pg 13 — Sonny Clay Broadcasting in Melbourne?

Pg 14 — The Rexophone label (continued)

Pg 18 — Grand Pree label (continued)

Pg 22 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-66 (July 2005)

Pg 3 — EMI Australia in the 1950s: A time of major change, by Brian Crabbe

Pg 14 — HMV 78/45 short run series

Pg 19 — The Rexophone label (continued)

Pg 23 — Feedback

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-67 (October 2005)

Pg 3 — Des Tooley radio broadcasts

Pg 6 — Australian CD Producers part 1: Crystal Stream Audio

Pg 18 — The Rexophone label (continued)

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-68 (January 2006)

Pg 3 — Parlophone masters [listing of complete output of Parlophone company recording activities in Australia from 1927-1954. Note: listing never completed, only up to 1928 in this issue]

Pg 15 — Australian CD Producers part 2: Bilarm

Pg 15 — The Rexophone label (continued)

Pg 19 — Leonora label

Pg 20 — Grand Pree label (continued)

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-69 (April 2006)

Pg 3 — Imported recordings from America & Canada 1923-1927

Pg 14 — Rexophone label (continued)

Pg 18 — Grand Pree label (continued)

Pg 24 – Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-70 (July 2006)

Pg 3 — The Ford Show [musical radio show broadcast from 1954-1960)

Pg 16 — The Rexophone label (continued)

Pg 20 — Grand Pree label (continued)

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-71 (October 2006)

Pg 3 — The Magnasound label

Pg 8 — “Huge Publicity Campaign for Australian Celebrations” in Radio Retailer of Australia, November 5, 1937

Pg 9 – Visitors to Australia 1945 onwards (continued)

Pg 15 — The Vamp label

Pg 16 — Grand Pree label (continued)

Pg 22 — Rexophone Additions/Corrections

Pg 24 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

ARMR-72 (January 2007)

Pg 3 – Australian CD Producers part 3: Cumquat

Pg 9 — ABC Weekly article

Pg 11 — Grand Pree label (continued)

Pg 20 — Puzzle Plate by Peter Burgis

Selected PDF downloads of articles in the ARMR

Grand Pree label listings/articles from issue numbers 35, 64, 65, 68-72

Macquarie Records by Ross Laird, issue number 12

George Sorlie, issue number 12

Rex Shaw & Prestophone, by Peter Burgis & Prestophone 78rpm releases by Ross Laird & Jack Mitchell, issue 29

Knight Barnett: Organist by Kevin Cork, issue number 9

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