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Posted By: John on: 06/30/2009 12:25:53 EDT|
Subject: RE: The Latest
Jim wrote: Some stuff was being done in stereo in 1955, but usually only "proper" music (in other words, not rock, pop, country or R&B).|
I heard Classical, but not positive.
Jim also wrote: Capitol re-issued a lot in "fake" stereo
You mean Duophonic? Beach Boys, arrg! Brian Wilson is at fault there, when he found games to play with recording equipment, overdubbing, early on, before Capitol!
Okay on Lincoln!! I see you, too, contact people, but as I discovered, they seldom ever reply!
Yeah, some Mono stylus were not meant for Stereo cut grooves. Some record manufacturers used a name to specify okay to play on Mono or Stereo equipment.
One old 78 RPM Edison platter, like slate, I owned, you could hear nothing when played on stereo equipment, but when I rewired the phonograph pick-up, I heard a barbershop quartet!