Sometimes the liner notes give you more information about a certain track, but most of the times it is impossible to date the track from the notes.
It would be nice if we could find as detailed information as possible on the website.
like "demo from Jim's home studio in the summer of '63", or "taken from a radio show in February of 1957". Also information about the overdubs (sometimes I don't recognize the instruments) and the musicians would be apreciated.
I'm a music fan (I collect Elvis Presley, Cliff Richard, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, Everly Brothers, Dolly Parton, John Denver, Neil Sedaka, and of course Jim Reeves and a few other - more local - artists...) Most of the times such information is easily available, either on websites or in the booklets of the CDs.
Last year, I made a 13 hour radio special in Dutch for syndication in Belgium (Flanders) and the Netherlands, which included two episodes with VoiceMaster overdubs.
Such information would very useful for use in radio shows.
PS... I hope you don't mind language errors.. ;-)
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