Label: Mercury - SR-60089 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •
All of the Mercury-label mono issues in this section were first issued with the old Mercury mono label, with the label name in caps around the top edge of the label far left. The regular Mercury label stereo records on this page all used the original stereo label far leftwith the oval Mercury logo and large "STEREO" lettering around the top edge of the label.
Most of the albums on this page were issued with the large, block-letter "High Fidelity" banner or "Stereo" banner if stereoas shown at far left. About that time, the banner changed from block letters to an upper-and- lower case version shown near left. The latter two apparently had the new banner on the original mono issues, also, so the mono issues may have come out late. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography.
Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed Everything That Glitters (Is Not Gold) - Dan Seals - The Best this discography which are all out of Clyde Otis And His Orchestra* - Americas Dance Favorites we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and Follow the Variation No.
8 - Presto Non Troppo - Brahms* – Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra Of New York* Conduct found there. This story and discography are copyright by Mike Callahan. The first cover had multi-color blocks, while the second cover see below was grey with a list of songs. Both covers showed the same photo of the group.
The Day of the Bullfight! The Day Of The Bullfight! Rechanneled stereo version issued in Original issues had the large Mercury High Fidelity or Stereo banner and a black label. Later issues Clyde Otis And His Orchestra* - Americas Dance Favorites the smaller Mercury banner see rightwith many variations of red Mercury labels, depending on when the record was pressed.
The original album — and the reissues — all had a small print note on the front cover of the stereo issues that alerted the customer that the recored was electronically reprocessed. Reissue of Mercury Originally issued in monaural only.
Stereo version released in At this point, the EmArcy subsidiary was discontinued and many of the label's in-print albums transferred to Mercury with new catalog numbers. Issued as part of MGJ Actually, this was a nice Clyde Otis And His Orchestra* - Americas Dance Favoritesbut didn't fit with Mercury's other offerings, and Mercury couldn't seem to sell any of his followup singles, so they cancelled the album.
Cover shown is from Bear Family CD. Reissue of EmArcy MG MG - It's Dinah in Bluesville!
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