Morton Gould And His Orchestra And Morton Gould And His Symphonic Band, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / Maurice Ravel : 1812 Overture - Stereo Spectacular / Bolero (LP)
Morton Gould And His Orchestra And Morton Gould And His Symphonic Band, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / Maurice Ravel : 1812 Overture - Stereo Spectacular / Bolero (LP)
Morton Gould And His Orchestra And Morton Gould And His Symphonic Band, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / Maurice Ravel : 1812 Overture - Stereo Spectacular / Bolero (LP)
Morton Gould And His Orchestra And Morton Gould And His Symphonic Band, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / Maurice Ravel : 1812 Overture - Stereo Spectacular / Bolero (LP)

Morton Gould And His Orchestra And Morton Gould And His Symphonic Band, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / Maurice Ravel - 1812 Overture - Stereo Spectacular / Bolero (LP) (Very Good Plus (VG+))

$25.00

Media Condition:  Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Good Plus (G+)
Country:    US  
Released:  
1959
Genre:       Classical
Style:         Impressionist, Romantic

Comments:
Very clean and well taken care of vinyl. Looks very lightly played. Sleeve has general wear, split in top some scrapes & aging.
 

Notes:

Recorded from 29 January 1959 in the Manhattan Center, New York.

First US stereo issue.
Similar to release 2682089, but with slightly different labels.
Note the different typeface used for "SIDE 1".
The line "STEREO-ORTHOPHONIC ..." below Nipper is also different. Matrix not in parenthese,deep groove, RCA credit at bottom right corner of sleeve front.

LABELS:
- "Shaded Dog" labels
- "LIVING STEREO" at bottom
- "STEREO-ORTHOPHONIC..." text below Nipper
- text in semi-cirlce at bottom starting with "TRADE MARKS" (labelography code: UE4)
- "MADE IN U.S.A."

SLEEVE:
- red spine, no liner notes on back
- "Stereo-Orthophonic High Fidelity Recording" on front
- "© RCA PRINTED IN U.S.A." on front
- "Produced with new special stereo techniques. For optimum results play on high quality equipment." on front
- Some copies may not have the "MIRACLE SURFACE" sticker

INSERT:
- "© by Radio Corporation of America, 1959"
- "Printed in U.S.A."

1st cat# on front of sleeve, as well as on spine top.
2nd cat# on labels and spine bottom.

Corresponding mono issue has cat# LM-2345

Tracklisting taken from labels.
 No track duration info on sleeve or labels.

 

A. Morton Gould And His Orchestra, Morton Gould And His Symphonic Band - 1812 Overture, Op. 49
B. Morton Gould And His Orchestra - Bolero

 

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout K2 RY1142-1S C1 I
Matrix / Runout K2 RY1143-1S B2 I
Matrix / Runout K2RY-1142
Matrix / Runout K2RY-1143
Matrix / Runout K2RY-1142-17S I
Matrix / Runout K2RY-1143-15S I
Matrix / Runout K2 RY1142-1S I C2
Matrix / Runout K2 RY1143-1S A1 I
Pressing Plant ID I

 

Recorded At Manhattan Center
Pressed By RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
Copyright (c) Radio Corporation Of America

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