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Re: [ARSCLIST] ^ Looking for a word
The records made it to the World's Fair but the Russians didn't. Those labels aren't that uncommon, but it seems to me they used better shellac for those discs. I forget the story of how the label continued on these shores..maybe the leftover
stock went to a jobber and when there was demand for more, he had dubs made from existing pressings and began pressing domestically.
Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
> I have one of those "World's Fair" records,pressed in the USSR,marked as such,and not Stinson.It's a pressing,of two 1936-7 recordings,by Oistrakh.As far as I know, Oistrakh never made it to the fair.What is the story behind this record ?
> Roger Kulp
> David Lennick <dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Except for those US pressings in the early 40s of USSR recordings, which had NO
> label identification, just the logo they swiped from the Russian "World's Fair"
> labels. In tiny print at the bottom appeared Stinson Trading Co.
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