In the mid-to-late 1960s, I was given a Magnavox Phonograph and since it had a
16-2/3 speed to it, my Dad got one 16-2/3 record. I don't know what happened to
it as I went looking for it several years ago and I couldn't find it.
I think it was on Vox and my recollection is that it was called "Around the
World, Around the Clock" and had instrumentals like "La Vie en Rose" on it.
There were no hits on Google or at gemm.com for this one.
I don't really recall seeing any others--it was the only one I ever recall in
my collection. It certainly was Lo-Fi even on the Magnavox "HiFi" (a woofer and
tweeter with a pair of 35C5s in push-pull and a ceramic cartridge).
Richard L. Hess
Quoting Steven Smolian <[log in to unmask]>:
> I have 4 of these low-wow-wow -fidelity discs on the Vox label though I seem
> to recall them also making an appearance on Lafayette or some other consumer
> electronics outlet label as well.
> Steve Smolian