These two labels are not familiar to me, though thanks for the scans.
You may be onto this already, but from 1982-86 there was a British postpunk
label called CNT. Towards the end of their existence, the Dutch group The
Ex recorded four Spanish Civil war songs onto two 45s as part of a huge 7"
booklet that dealt with the 1936-1939 conflict. I thought -- let me
emphasize, **thought** -- that I also remembered a CNT 45 which had four
actual 78 rpm recordings of Spanish Civil War songs on it; I remember
hearing it, but I can find no mention of the release among the various
listings of CNT's catalog. It is possible that this record is not listed
because it is not a punk record, but also my memory may be playing tricks
David N. Lewis
On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 5:35 AM, Dr Rainer E. Lotz <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Please have a look at the two labels. The Dynatonic is from the Internet
> and the manufacturer is impossible to decipher. Both records, Dynatonic and
> New, couple "No pasaran" with "Espana en llamas". The barely visible
> scratched numbers on the New label seem to be 961 (Espana en llamas) and
> 962 (No pasaran). I do not know the numbers for the Dynatonic disc.
> Are they identical? When and where were they pressed, and by whom? I had
> never seen those labels before.
> Who can enlighten me (or us)?
> The information is needed for a project to document the Spanish Civil War.
> If you know of other rare or unusual recordings on this topic, please let
> me know.
> Dr. Rainer E. Lotz
> Rotdornweg 81
> 53177 Bonn (Germany)
> Tel: 0049-228-352808
> Fax: 0049-228-365142
> Web: www.lotz-verlag.de