RCA late 60's mono discography

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Post by annaloog » Mon Dec 05, 2005 1:41 pm

nealumphred wrote:PS: BALLAD OF YOU AND ME AND POONEIL was the ambience to my realization that I had been "psychedelisized" for the first time.....
The (mono) single is a different mix yet from either the mono or stereo LP cut. And this is my favorite Jefferson Airplane LP, also; the mono is among the first ten albums I bought. I wonder: since the latter fades in where the former fades out, has there ever been an attempt to segue "Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil" into "House at Pooneil Corner"?

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Post by nealumphred » Mon Dec 05, 2005 9:49 pm

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I cannot answer your question. As per BALLAD OF YOU AND ME AND POONEIL. Loved the single, although I rarely heard it on the radio. Loved the LP cut (but it made the rest of the album pale in comparison). I think that the eleven minute version of the boxed CD set is the best bloody Airplane I could imagine!!! Wowie zowie, baby. . .

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Post by Ernie11 » Sat Jul 15, 2006 10:26 am

Here is the scan of a rare 1968 mono LP by Eddy. Almost unfindable.

This scan isn't too clear. If an Eddy fan out there wants to see a clearer scan, e-mail me, I have a larger image.
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Post by Ernie11 » Tue Mar 13, 2007 9:23 pm

This cover is one of the campier items you'd find from the 1960's. This is the much scarcer mono version.
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Post by Ernie11 » Sat Mar 17, 2007 10:08 am

Waylon Jennings, "Only the Greatest", LPM-4023
Floyd Cramer, "Class of '68", LPM-4025

So far, these two LP's are the highest numbers I've been able to find in the RCA discography in mono. In fact, I didn't know for sure that either of these LP's existed in mono until I stumbled across them. Both are exceedingly scarce.

I fortunately came across a second copy of the Waylon Jennings LP in mono, and donated it to the Country Music Hall of Fame's museum.
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Post by Ernie11 » Sun Aug 19, 2007 7:22 pm

Here's the Waylon LP reposted, must've got lost above.
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Post by Ernie11 » Sun Aug 19, 2007 7:27 pm

With the recent news that Porter is attempting a comeback, here is his first duet LP with Dolly Parton in much scarcer mono, RCA LPM-3926, "Just Between You and Me", from 1968.

By the way, don't they both look young?
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Post by annaloog » Sun Aug 19, 2007 7:32 pm

I don't know about young, but Porter's stature was enhanced for the photo, and not by Dolly's presence. ;)

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Post by RecordColl » Sat Jun 07, 2008 5:16 am

I'm new to this but I think I can add a few more to the list.

LPM-3784 Dottie West, DOTTIE WEST SINGS SACRED BALLADS
LPM-3715 Eddy Arnold, SOMEBODY LIKE ME
LPM-3734 The Palm Beach Band Boys, WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL
LPM-3782 Duke Ellington, FAR EAST SUITE
LPM-3806 Andre Previn, ALL ALONE
LPM-3820 Eddie Fisher, PEOPLE LIKE YOU
LPM-3986 Orch. '70, ORCH. '70 PLAYS MUSIC FROM "THE HAPPY TIME"
You Mean I'm Supposed To Listen To 'Em?!?!?

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Post by Ernie11 » Sun Jul 12, 2009 9:51 pm

Another very late mono, LPM 4002, Connie Smith's "I Love Charley Brown".
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