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GUEST,Lin Categorizing Hundreds of Obscure Lps (17) RE: Categorizing Hundreds of Obscure Lps 01 Dec 15


To Acme:

No, didn't sell the CD's and now have some obscure folk LPs I want to sell. Too hard for me to sell on ebay because I don't have a car and can't always get to the post office to take LPs to ship out to a buyer on ebay in a timely manner. When you sell on Ebay you really need to keep up with getting items you are selling out to the buyer soon after they win it or "Buy It Now" from you.

To CND: Thank you for information you sent but I am the worst tech. person in the world and don't know how to do/or understand the steps you mentioned.

Make a folder: Never did that before and don't know how or where on the computer to make a folder.   Don't how to make a text document either. (not any familiar with the term.-(( Unfortunately no one here to help me. I don't know or ever heard of a broad subset. My music is all folk accept for one or two Lps that might be more "pop" then folk but 99% is all folk records. Not into bluegrass very much so don't have any records in that genre.

I guess if I had someone to talk me through it, it might be easier but my friend are not very tech.savvy either. I called two friends on the phone and both have never heard of or know what a broad subset
or know anything about text documents or how to do it. I can't record my LPs, don't have a way to do it on my computer. Basically we
my friends go on the computer to get/send emails, Youtube, or Google.

Maybe there is an easier way?

Also, many of the albums are a collection of various unknown singers at a obscure coffeehouse from the 60's or 70's and the coffeehouse put a record out with all these unknown names - never made it beyond just singing a song on this record. I have a number of records like that, some from UK and Australia too.


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