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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Biel" <[log in to unmask]>
> From: Roger Kulp <[log in to unmask]>
>> I have read that Decca had a special pressing plant,in England,
>> just for US London label records.
> If you have, you are probably the only one.  Everyone else I've talked
> to about this have first-hand accounts (with names attached, such as in
> the posting below) saying that Decca and London were pressed in the same
> plant on the same presses by the same operators using the same stampers
> and press settings, with the only difference being that they put
> different labels on the spindles for feeding the machines.
>> I don't think they pressed them for that many other countries.
>> I have some 60s Decca releases from Australia/NZ,and these were
>> pressed by EMI.The ones I have from Canada were pressed there. Roger
> 
Some London records for sale in Canada were pressed by Compo
in Montreal! As well, there seems to have been a DLG/DLGC-prefixed
matrix series(es); the former were recorded in the US and the latter
in Canada...!

Steven C. Barr