LDS was RCA'S classical Soria Series (stereo). A premium product often with tipped in art in the luxury color booklets. LD was the mono issue. This was a domestic product. Some titles do have a shaded dog label. LSC/D was premium Dynagroove classical stereo product (I only know of 2 titles in the series). LSP was the popular stereo line, with LPM being mono titles. LOC/LOCD (mono), LSO/LSOD(stereo) was soundtracks/Broadway. ARL was Red Seal classical (stereo), ARM= mono in the 70's. AGM was classical Gold Seal mono. AGL = Gold Seal stereo. CAS was Camden label (pop). CAL = Camden mono (both classical & pop). LCT classical mono. LHMV= mono classical from HMV sources.
> On Jan 29, 2016, at 7:14 AM, Michael Shoshani <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> LM was for mono; the corresponding stereo prefix was LSC.
> Labels with stereo LDS prefixes can be seen at
> http://ronpenndorf.com/labelography4.html ; they may have been for export,
> since they say RCA VICTOR across the top of the label but do not have a
> dog, shaded or otherwise.
> Michael Shoshani
> On Fri, Jan 29, 2016 at 11:01 AM, Dennis Rooney <[log in to unmask]>
>> Dear Ben,
>> Volume 3 of WERM will help with the earlier RCA prefixes. LM was the
>> primary prefix for Red Seal issues, LPM was popular. You will doubtless
>> receive additional information from others.
>>> On Fri, Jan 29, 2016 at 11:53 AM, James Roth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Hello everyone
>>> Does anyone have a list of the prefix letters used for RCA Victor
>>> classical LPs?
>>> There is no list in the Canfield Vol. 5 (the only volume I have).
>>> I'm referring to 'ARM1', 'ARL1', AGM1, LOC, LDS, CAS, LM, LSC, et al.
>>> Please help.
>>> Ben Roth
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