Thanks for a most interesting discussion of this oddball LP, Dave.
Gabor's efforts are fascinating, especially in in the classical arena. So
many of the people he recorded were important. And sometimes his records
can be restored well, although often they are awful sounding.
Bruil's website is a treasure trove of info.
A few years ago, I myself tried to track down what happened to the
Remington master tapes, and what I learned, from someone who knew Gabor and
knew the story, is exactly what you have set forth. Most of the master
tapes must be presumed gone.
An interesting footnote is that Gabor was the first to record an orchestra
in stereo, not one of the major labels like RCA.
On Sat, Sep 12, 2015 at 12:29 PM, David Lewis <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> on Masterseal, Don Gabor's late cheap LP product line, and a mysterious
> release which I've worked out save one track.
> David Neal Lewis
> Hamilton, OH