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  On 8/8/2010 6:44 PM, David Breneman wrote:
> Is anyone here familiar with the High Fidelity label's
> "Doctored for Super Sound" effects library?

The label is Audio Fidelity, and the hypodermic needle with that slogan 
was used on all of their records.
>   I'm guessing
> it would have been current in the late 50s to the mid 60s.
> I'm hoping to find a copy, and hoping I can afford it
> when I do.  :-)  (Strictly for my own enjoyment, not for
> commercial use.)
>
> David Breneman         [log in to unmask]
The sound effects series ran to about 16 or so volumes and was repressed 
and repressed and repressed well into the 80s when they were apparenyly 
part of the Everest Group and were rarely priced above $1.98.  They were 
never sold as a package although I think there was a 3-disc box that 
Radio Shack sold.  I think I have original pressings of just about all 
of them as well as some of the train LPs they also did separately.  I've 
never thought of them as being expensive, but I guess these type of 
records do get priced high.

Mike Biel   [log in to unmask]

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