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    No ArtistHow To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out

    Label:Decca – SKL 4861, Decca – SKL.4861
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Blue Labels
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Non-Music
    Style:Technical, Speech, Special Effects

    Tracklist

    A1Introduction
    A2Left-Right Channel Identification, Loudspeaker Balance, And Channel Phasing
    A3Monophonic Music (For Loudspeaker Balance And Phasing) (Aldrich)
    FeaturingRonnie Aldrich
    A4Tone Controls
    A5Sound Colouration
    A6Stereophonic Music (Aldrich)
    FeaturingRonnie Aldrich
    A7Groove-Jumping And Distortion
    A8Silent Grooves
    B1Live Versus Recorded Sound
    B2Wow And Flutter
    B3Anti-Skating Band (With Ungrooved Section)
    B4Crosstalk
    B5Musical Show-Piece; Extract From "Háry János" (Kodály), Istvan Kertesz Conducting The LSO.
    ConductorIvan Kertesz*
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    Notes

    The included aper sleeve has an oversize hole cut from one side only.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout (runout side A, stamped): ZAL-7738-14W
    • Matrix / Runout (runout side B, stamped): ZAL-7739-14W

    Other Versions (5 of 24)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Recently Edited
    How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out (LP, Red Labels)Decca, DeccaSKL 4861, SKL.4861UK1967
    New Submission
    How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out (LP, Stereo)London Records, London RecordsPS 523, PS. 523Canada1967
    New Submission
    How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out (LP)Decca, DeccaSKL 4861, SKL.4861UK1967
    New Submission
    How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out (LP)DeccaSKLM 4861New Zealand1967
    New Submission
    How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out (LP, Stereo)DeccaSKLA 4861Australia1967

    Reviews

    goldrm's avatar
    goldrm
    This record takes pride of place framed on my wall, above my stereo