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the various labels record companies used and the
different stock sleeves they were issued in, it is
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Help Little Nipper solve "The
Case of the Missing Numbers"
When RCA first introduced the 45 rpm record they issued them on different colors of vinyl to indicate the type of music the record was. While the color coding didn't catch on the 45's certainly did.
Below are two
sample entries, the first is a single where it is the same
artist on both the A side and the B side, the second example
is where there are different artists on the A side and B side.
If there is a "horizontal line" then the A side and B side are
different artists. If there is no horizontal line then
it is the same artist for both sides.
Mean Mean Son Of A Gun
Bill Thompson's Westerners
78 and 45 with
78 and 45 both using
the same number
33 1/3 rpm, mostly LP's,
7 inch and 12 inch singles when noted
Purple is used to
indicate big gaps, changed numbering systems,
prefixes or different labels sharing the same
How to read these listings
Your Roses To Her Now
I Wish I Had A Girl Like You, Mother
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