Guinness Book of Records, The

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The Guinness Book Of Records is a rare collection of music used in promotional campaigns for Guinness beer during the early twentieth century. It can currently be found at the Dublin County Museum, where it is on loan from the Guinness Trust.

Highlights of the work include Arthur Atkins' music hall favourite Where's Me Washboard, a rare recording of Irish birdsong, and Louis Armstrong's premonitory tale of global trade injustice, We Have All the Thyme in the World.

See also: The Budweiser Book of Tapes, The Appletiser Sheet Music Anthology.

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