Recorded By [Re-recording], Edited By – William Hamilton
Side A originally released in 1962 as DFS 7013. Comes in at least two additional variants: with a silver or blue center label. Silver center labels are earlier pressings.
Partial liner notes: "The selections offered in this unique Stereophonic Sound Spectacular demonstration album represent ultimate attainments in the creation of spine-tingling, startlingly realistic stereo effects with widest total frequency range, unsurpassed dynamic range, maximum definition and clarity, and with absolute freedom from distortion. This recording is a tour de force in precision audio engineering, but it is also a panoramic presentation of great entertainment, the bravura and majesty of the symphony, the effervescent spirit of jazz, the haunting mystery of oriental music. Astounding situational stereo effects have been ingeniously conceived, meticulously recorded and reproduced to provide stunning comic and dramatic changes of pace."
Artists not credited on release; listed artists are derived from other resources. Side A is not indexed, but titles are listed on back sleeve.
Track A3: fragment of "Le Prophete" Track A5: fragmnet of "St. James Infirmary Blues" Track A8: fragment of "Brasilia" Track A12: fragment of "Tales Of The Vienna Woods" Track A14: fragment of "Tarantella Calabrese" Track A16: fragment of "Potpourri 2" Track A18: fragment of "Haun Meelee" Track B2: bka "The Saints Go Marching In"
Silver labels with black print.
Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFS 7777(REG) DFS 7013 A SN
Matrix / Runout (Side B): DFS 7777 B REV SN
Related to No Artist - Stereo Spectacular Demonstration & Sound Effects