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Verified Purchase. I love this album especially mame its a great tune to foxtrot to or just enjoy for easy listening, glad its in my collection. I remember seeing the black and white minstrels at a very young age on holiday has a youngster and what a show, so i just had to have this album when i found it. Mr Sandman. The Chordettes. Eddie My Love.
Western Movies. The Olympics. Shimmy Like Kate. Bim Bam Boom. The El Dorados. Tears on My Pillow. Please Don't Tease. The Spaniels. Good Night Sweetheart. Poison Ivy. The Coasters. Dee Clark. The Cadillacs. Travellin' Man. Rick Nelson. Track Listing - Disc 2.
Rock Around the Clock. Long Tall Sally. Little Richard. Good Golly Miss Molly. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On. Jerry Lee Lewis. Great Balls of Fire. Chuck Berry. Sweet Little Sixteen. Hound Dog. Gene Vincent. Be Bop a Lula. Blueberry Hill. As a rule these rare pressings always sell for higher prices than their black vinyl counterparts that were sold in stores.
The Chicago-based Chess label, which issued rhythm and blues records in the s and s, and its jazz subsidiary, Argo, pressed a number of titles on beautiful multicolored vinyl in the s as promotional items. This vinyl compound was created in order to be more resistant to static electricity, and was intended to help prevent records from accumulating dust.
Toshiba pressed red colored vinyl records from through early , though they often coexisted on the shelves with black vinyl pressings. While the red Everclean vinyl was intended to prevent the buildup of static electricity, the label was inconsistent in its use, as only a small percentage of the albums and singles pressed during that sixteen year period were made using that vinyl compound. Furthermore, there seemed to be no rhyme or reason as to which albums would be issued on red vinyl and which only on black, and sometimes that was the case even with a particular title.
In some cases, promotional copies of a particular album might have been pressed with red or black vinyl while the copies available for sale in the stores might be the opposite color. Japanese records are collectible for a number of other reasons that you can read about here.
In the s, thousands of titles were released in Taiwan as colored vinyl records. None of the record companies in Taiwan seem to have had legitimate licensing arrangements with major American or European record labels, however, making all of these titles unauthorized.
The most common colors used for these colored vinyl records were a pale green, a bright orange and a bright red. Some had English language label names, such as First Records, while others were printed in Chinese.
The albums were of poor quality, and while the records sounded terrible, being dubbed from other records, the quality of the album covers was even worse. The artwork was poorly printed on ultra-thin paper that was laminated in thin plastic. What these colored vinyl records lacked in quality, they made up in quantity — nearly every major artist of the s saw their albums issued as colored vinyl records in Taiwan.
Despite their poor quality, these records are sought out by collectors today. A biological microscope, the kind we are used to from school, looks through the subject slide and the light shines up from the bottom. So for looking at the record, everything is from the top. Back to the pictures. Because records are so dark, they absorb light. So we switched to the Scanning Electron Microscope.
Anyway, here on the left you can see a dirty record, compared with a clean one right above. Here under the electron microscope again, you can see just how the small carbon fibers can reach all the way to the bottom of the groove. Here you see 3 in the groove. But remember there are over 1,, And as you can see to the left, they really do attract the dust right off the record.
Then you just clean the brush against the handy mount and do another record. Other than fairies, she enjoys spending time with her father, but he is usually too busy to spend quality time with Lizzy, much to her disappointment. Lizzy and her father Dr. Griffiths arrive at their summer cottage home. Her father is currently in the middle of constant research, so he may send it to the London scientists.
Because of this, Lizzy is rather lonely, but her dreams about fairies keep her happy. One day, she decides to build a fairy house so she may meet an actual fairy. Tinker Bell and Vidia find the house, and Tinker Bell goes inside.From the pantheon of s jazz to the Psych records of the s, vintage vinyl records in their original jackets deliver sound as well as sensibility. No wonder contemporary artists like Pearl Jam and Radiohead insist on releasing their new.