2 edition of label discography of long-playing records. found in the catalog.
label discography of long-playing records.
|Series||"Voices of the past" -- no.LP 3|
|Contributions||Poulton, Alan J.|
(published under various titles: Schwann, Schwann long playing record catalog, The New Schwann, Schwann-1, record & tape guide from ) Historical Discography Bauer, Robert. There must be a demand for that record because of the artists performing (for example, a major talent who died young, before being able to make many records), the label on which it was recorded (the original recording as distinguished from a "reissue"), or an oddity concerning the record (for example, a V-disc, wartime government recording, an Views: K.
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Jazztone lps were the only long-playing records I've run across that had milled edges. If you accidentally dropped the stylus onto that edge it made a bloody racket and filled you with dread that your stylus would not survive the abuse. I was looking for a discography of the label but found only this thread. These are the ones in my. A detailed examination of all aspects of Caruso's recordings, featuring the most comprehensive discography of Caruso recordings published to date. Includes eight introductory chapters based on the most current research, color illustrations of rare Caruso .
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92 rows Little Long-Playing Records are the original series of illustrated books for children with accompanying recordings of the books being read. These first LLPs, book-and-record sets, were released in by Disneyland Records (now Walt Disney Records); several hundred titles have been produced.
The books were typically adaptations of popular. Genre/Form: Bibliography Discographies Discography Discographie Catalogues: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Poulton, Alan J. Label discography of long-playing records, series 1. Get this from a library. A label discography of long-playing records, series 2.
[Alan J Poulton]. The LP (from "long playing" or "long play") is an analog sound storage medium, a phonograph record format characterized by a speed of 33 1 ⁄ 3 rpm, a or inch ( or cm) diameter, and use of the "microgroove" groove uced by Columbia init was soon adopted as a new standard by the entire record industry.
Apart from a few relatively minor refinements and the Dimensions: 12 in (30 cm), 10 in (25 cm), 90– g (– oz). Long playing records synonyms, Long playing records pronunciation, Long playing records translation, English dictionary definition of Long playing records.
gramophone record. Translations. English: gramophone record n disco. "This is a Walt Disney Original Little Long Playing record, and I am your Disneyland story reader" The next edition still with 1st Edition books, but without LLP.
The Narrator says: "This is a Disneyland Original Little Long Playing record, and I am your story reader" and Second Edition with '24 page Read-Along Book and Record' at the top. History. The Levy family founded a record shop that also sold bicycles and sewing machines at 19 High Street, Whitechapel, and later moved to High recorded popular music in England, and also issued masters from the United States Vocalion Records in May and June The original label was discontinued in Jacques Levy produced records starting in at the West End Defunct: A Label Discography Of Long-Playing Records Series 2 HMV LP2 - Alan J.
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In a quick study of the recently published, 1, page long "Rockin' Records" guide/discography, I calculated that roughly 60% of all artists who ever pressed music to vinyl only did so on 45 rpm, 7-inch records.
In other words, 60% of all artists never cut an LP. Carlos Di Sarli records his first ‘long-playing’ record. A report by Xavier Rouge. Being a reporter for a record magazine has its laps. The reading public is very demanding and wants to be informed of all the novelties of the recording industry.
And this is a very interesting novelty. The new longer-playing records would be more durable than the standard 78s as well as, overall, less expensive: One inch long-playing record featuring an entire symphony would cost $ Richard Johnson & Bernard H. Shirley Hard Cover, 6" x 9", 4, pp in 5 volumes For the past 35 years, Rust's American Dance Band Discography has been the go-to authority for US dance band collectors.
But like any discography that covers such a wide range of material, ADBD contained a host of errors and omissions. Johnson and Shirley's new work.
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Tunzi on this exceptional book. However, the vinyl records are easier to scratch or gouge. 78s come in a variety of sizes, the most common being 10 inch (25 cm) and 12 inch (30 cm) diameter, and these were originally sold in either paper or card covers, generally with a circular cutout allowing the record label to be seen.
The Long-Playing records (LPs) usually come in a. Free Online Library: The Victor Red Seal Discography, Volume II: Double-Sided Series toThe Victor Black Label Discography: Series, The Victor Black Label Discography: Series, The Victor Discography: Green, Blue and Purple Labels, The Edison Discography ().(Book review) by "Notes"; Music Library and information science Books Book reviews.
Seven-inch records, or 45s, were first introduced in the late 40s by the RCA Victor record label. The 45 record was made to be the rival of or inch long playing record. It is called a 45 because it plays at 45 RPM's, or revolutions per minute on a turntable.
45 records have become boutique collectible. T HE MOST COMPREHENSIVE ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO I SLAND RECORDS - 7 (Long Playing).
CONTENTS - LIST OF ARTISTES - EXTRACTS FROM THE BOOK YURI GRISHIN A Brief History Of British Sound Recording - Island Records Ltd Volume 1 in 2 parts This book opens a new series called "A Brief History Of British Sound Recording" and is devoted to the independent record.
A budget label catering to Latin releases was formed in the early s, a sister label to Crown Records called "Discos Corona," which is "Crown Records" in Spanish.
In the mid-'60s, the company went bankrupt, but a new approach was to use Kent, a label the Biharis formed into issue albums with essentially the same management and the. At the bottom of the label was "LONG PLAYING" on one side and "UNBREAKABLE" on the other, between the words was a circle with 33 1/3 RPM.
This label was used on all 10 inch albums and the 12 inch albums to LP Herb Abramson was drafted into. The late 40s and early 50s saw remarkable developments in the record business, not least the introduction in of long-playing 33 1/3rpm vinyl discs, which replaced the standard 78rpm shellac Author: Paul Mcguinness.
The center two and a half inches of the label is white, with a one-eighth inch yellow band around it and a half-inch black band around the outside. "Specialty" is in script above the center hole in yellow.
At the bottom of the label is "LONG PLAYING MICRO-GROOVE" in white. This label was probably used only on .A Label Discography of Long-Playing Records, 3 vols. Blandford, England: The Oakwood Press, Sadie, Julie Anne and Rhian Samuel (eds).
The Norton/Grove Dictionary of Women Composers.Label History from to s (Update: 22th. November ) Notice* Click some label pictures, so you can see the large picture image.