16 inch records

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Peter Flapper
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16 inch records

Unread post by Peter Flapper » 09 Oct 2016, 02:27

Hi all,

A question: Is there anyone of you who could play 16 inch records?
I have bought one and didn't notice the 16 inch.... and I love to hear it.

04 – 05 – 1952 Stars For Defense #8 Office Of Price Stabilization syndication ® 16 inch
Stars: Doris Day
Announcer: Verne Smith
Music: Paul Weston and His Orchestra
Doris sings:
1. Oops
2. ?

And now on EBAY is this one available:
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Love to hear their contents.

Contact me if you have an solution/idea how to work this out.

Peter

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Re: 16 inch records

Unread post by texas gonzalo » 10 Oct 2016, 21:54

Peter, the two 16" discs you describe are included in the Doris Day Definitive Discography. As far as I know the song "Oops" is the only Doris Day recording on that disc, and it very likely the same version as was released commercially. The Capitol disc is quite rare. I have it in my collection. Accoustic Resarch (AR) used to produce a turntable that barely accommodated a 16" disc. I believe the turntable was an AR-5. The only other solution to playing the discs is through the equipment disc jockeys have at radio stations. Hope this helps.
Happy Days, Texas Gonzalo

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Re: 16 inch records

Unread post by Peter Flapper » 11 Oct 2016, 12:22

Hi Texas,

Thank you for your reply, the 16 inch records weren't used in The Netherlands... so I have to find someone in The USA, I think who could help. Love to donate the record to anyone who can play it... and record it. If only through mobile phone the sound would be heard... so be it. So if anyone knows someone... let me know...

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Re: 16 inch records

Unread post by Peter Flapper » 02 Jan 2018, 14:37

Hi again,

Anyone able to play an 16 inch record already????
At: discogs.com there's a Les Brown Bandwagon Show available... or maybe someone has it in his/her collection already, love to hear it.
https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/9941948?ev=rb

https://img.discogs.com/AzA4UlogjBI0jur ... 1.jpeg.jpg
https://img.discogs.com/w-HvoOLaOgW8AUp ... 3.jpeg.jpg

Love to hear from you,

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Re: 16 inch records

Unread post by texas gonzalo » 02 Jan 2018, 21:07

Peter, regarding the first new 16" disc you describe, the DDDDiscography had it listed as AFRS #108 dated 6 August 1944 as Fitch Band Wagon with two songs by Doris Day, as follows:
-- Amor (Doris Day and Gordon Drake) and -- Swingin' On A Star (Doris Day and Butch Stone). I will correct the numbering from 1108 to 108. I could not open the thread to the other two listings for some uinknown reason. Hope this helps. Happy Days, Texas Gonzalo

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