I saw that too. Interesting, as this shows what some of their releases
were, but I couldn't find any info about the label itself there on
Discogs. There are also a couple of the company's releases for sale on
Ebay, but again, there is no real info to be gleaned about the label from
that. I didn't see anything come up on Amazon.
On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 1:14 PM, Richardson, Jonathan Carrithers <
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> I found this on discos.
> Jonathan Richardson
> Audio Visual Specialist
> Indiana University-MDPI
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> On 12/3/15, 1:00 PM, "Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List on
> behalf of John Haley" <[log in to unmask] on behalf of
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> >Dear All;
> >I am looking for any available info on what was apparently an independent
> >educational record label in the 1950's called "Audio Education, Inc."
> > There is a current software company with that name in Illinois, but that
> >was founded in 1990 so is undoubtedly unrelated.
> >The company appears to have created records for use in classrooms. There
> >are a handful of the company's educational records shown on Discog's, and
> >two are shown for sale on Ebay. I know that at least some of their
> >releases, on 78's, were pressed by American Decca.
> >Does anyone know what happened to this company?
> >John Haley