Liberty Proudly Presents STEREO...the visual sound LP 1959 Part 1 of 3





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Published on Jul 8, 2012

Liberty Records stereo demonstration LP, 1959. Narration by Jimmy Wallington. Raw vinyl rip. No equalization. Recorded at a comfortably loud volume. Sounds good with headphones and other 2-channel stereo systems. Track listing below.
"Close your eyes and you will see."
1. University Brass Band Notre Dame - Victory March, Cond. by Russ Garcia
Left of sound, Right of sound, a Back, Front of sound, Up and Down of sound.
2. The Invitations - Sweet Someone
"Weren't they wonderful?"
International Congress(?) of Flight, Las Vegas. Jet Aircraft supersonic speeds demonstration, odd, almost unnerving, background voices from the crowd.
"Pretty thrilling, isn't it?"
3. Stanley-Johnson Orchestra - I Got Rhythm
Studio break with Ping-Pong game. Studio C with the Spencer-Hagen Orchestra.
4. Spencer Hagen Orchestra - Bubble Bath
Jad Paul's one-man band, multi-track recording.
5. Jad Paul's Banjo Magic - Tiger Rag

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