ATCO LABELOGRAPHY

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ATCO LABELOGRAPHY

Post by weletthegoldfishgo » Sun Dec 20, 2009 7:57 pm

Yellow label, white ATCO lettering that's outlined in black, and harp logo and all other lettering in black. It's hard to tell, but maybe the harp logo and outlining of ATCO is very dark brown, but it seems slightly lighter than the artist, title, and song listing.

As found on ATCO 33-138 issued in 1961. It's the same as that issued on ATCO's first release in 1958 featuring The Coasters on 33-101.
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RE: ATCO LABELOGRAPHY

Post by StephenMacLeod » Sun Dec 20, 2009 11:56 pm

Love the look of the US Atco label,Canadian one`s are black from the same time period.Lps & 45`s.

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RE: ATCO LABELOGRAPHY

Post by weletthegoldfishgo » Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:21 am

More about the first ATCO label above....

This label is also found on STEREO albums during the same period. The word STEREO is printed just above the words HIGH FIDELITY.
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