i'd think it's a 78 simply because there were so many of those machines
already in place, it's cheaper and straight to portable product playable
"anywhere". there's been a few 78s from the mid 50's to early 60's people
have brought to me for transcription (although most are wartime, 2 decades
previous). after all, if it works, don't buy something new. j
On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 7:14 AM, Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Why would they have made a 78RPM disk in 1962? Was this cut on an old
> 78-era disk recorder, no tape involved? If so, why, in 1962?
> -- Tom Fine
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] 'Holy Grail' Beatles record to be auctioned
> An extremely rare and valuable Beatles record that was found
>> languishing in a loft is to be auctioned next month.
>> Described as "a Holy Grail item", the 1962 10-inch record of Till
>> There Was You and Hello Little Girl lay forgotten in the home of Les
>> Maguire for decades.
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