Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/01/22

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Subject: [Leica] The "impending doom" of film (now vinyl oddity)
From: dnaplasmid at (Aram Langhans)
Date: Sun Jan 22 08:51:43 2006
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I am amazed to here this.  The very first LP I ever bought was the Beatles 
Vee Jay - Introducing the Beatles, when it first came out in 1964.   I was 
in 8th grade.  I saved up my allowance and went to what was Rhodes Dept. 
Store in the University Village in Seattle.  I ran home and played the first 
side and was in heaven. I flipped it over and much to my surprise, it was 
the same set of songs.  I was so disappointed.  I packed it up and took it 
back and got another one, which I still have.  I hope someone in the store 
was smart enough to not return that album to the distributer.  I which I had 
been smarter then.  Yours is the only other story I have heard like this.


> From: "GeeBee" <>
> Subject: Re: [Leica] The "impending doom" of film (now vinyl oddity)
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> I once saw a documentary on how vinyl albums were pressed, ball of vinyl
> between two masters etc. I have a solo LP by Andy Fraser the bass player 
> in
> Free. The labels for side 'A' and side 'B' are different as are the track
> listings but the pressing is the same 5 tracks on both sides. Am I rich? 
> :-)
> --Graham

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