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Tonight - Various - Columbia Records Presents: Wish It Were September (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The best quality are those 78s that were pressed in vinyl. Unfortunately, by the time vinyl was introduced to the public, 78s were on the way out. People were going for LPs because it got 20 minutes of music on a side. There were some vinyl 78s pressed and those just sound spectacular, no comparison to a CD, an LP or a
  2. Dec 28,  · This “super-deluxe” version at $ is the king of them all: tracks on five CDs, a double vinyl LP, an LP of the Swedish mix of the album, a trio of 7-inch singles and various ephemera.
  3. Mar 24,  · Live at Seasick Records: LP: O+S: You Were Once The Sun, Now You’re The Moon Soul Jazz Records Presents Soul 70 5×7 Vinyl Various Artists September LP.
  4. These could consist of two vinyl LPs in a single 2-LP box, or one double-sided LPs are seven inches across and spin at 45 rotations per minute on your record player. They only have five minutes of playing time per side at most, so they are usually used for singles.
  5. Charlie Parker Selections From The DIAL Recordings (ezz-thetics by Hat Hut Records Ltd) The first of two volumes in celebration of legendary saxophonist Charlie Parker's th birthday, here remastering his landmark recordings for the Dial label on the US West Coast between , performing with jazz greats including Miles Davis, Lucky Thompson, Erroll Garner, Barney Kessel, Red Calender.
  6. Columbia C Teddy Wilson – Columbia Presents Teddy Wilson and his piano () LP. CBS (F) Teddy Wilson – The Complete Teddy Wilson Piano Solos. CBS (F) Teddy Wilson – the Teddy Wilson Piano Solos. Columbia KG Various – Eddie Condon’s World of Jazz.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Columbia Records Presents: Wish It Were September on Discogs. Label: Columbia - CAS • Format: Vinyl LP, Promo, Sampler • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock •5/5(1).
  8. A different Philip on September 27, pre-dating the LP vinyl record. 78 RPM records should NEVER be exposed to alcohol, it breaks down the shellac-like material of which they are made. Those records were very good, but too fragile. Once I bought one defective, it had something pressed in a groove, maybe a small dust particle from a paper.
  9. “Ultimate Sinatra” is available in several different editions, the most extensive being the four disc collection that covers This is the first time material from all three of Sinatra’s labels (Columbia, Capitol, and Reprise) are included on the same collection, and it’s also the first time many of these tracks have had any /5(1).

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