?. . . Such work should be encouraged: it is basic to the preservation and use of all recordings which should be looked upon as historical documents. All serious collectors will welcome Alan Kelly's outstanding contribution to the professional documentation of a large segment of recorded history, and support this fine work and that of the future by proving to the commercial publishers who have gambled on our efforts that these projects are worthwhile in every sense.?-Antique Phonograph Monthly
About the Author
ALAN KELLY, now retired, is a longtime discographer and was Head of Professional Studies, Sheffield, U.K.