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About the Archive

The East Anglian Music Archive was founded by Kingsley Harris in 1982 under the name Local Band Research.
In 1990 it became Project Eastzone 2000, and finally in 1998 The East Anglian Music Archive. Despite the
name changes the Archive’s mission has always been the same and that is to research, collect and catalogue
recordings, data and artefacts of the influential and contemporary music scenes of Norfolk and Suffolk.

The Archive’s aim is to provide public access to nearly 30 years of research by creating an enjoyable and
educational heritage website – a free public source of social history.

The Archive is a not for profit organisation and relies on volunteers, donations and fundraising projects.

 

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Don't throw anything out!

You won't believe the amount of times we talk to people about their music years and they say "We'll i threw it all out, i didn't think anyone would be interested in it!"

 

As well as digitized data the Archive collects:

 

7"/10"/12" Records

Tape Cassettes

Reel to Reel (all formats)

Minidiscs

8 Track Cartridge

DAT

Compact Discs

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VHS Video

Cinefilm (all formats)

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Photographs (all formats)

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Programmes

Posters

Tickets

Fanzines

Old Diaries

Newspaper/Magazine Clippings

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Badges

T/Shirts

 

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