Pretty Face - Various - CUTS - Current Music At Columbia University (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mam Reply
    Music; Records; Columbia Vinyl Records; Skip to page navigation. Filter (1) Columbia Vinyl Records. Shop by Release Year. See All - Shop by Release Year. Showing slide {CURRENT_SLIDE} of {TOTAL_SLIDES} - Shop by Release Year. Go to previous slide - Shop by Release Year WE ARE THE WORLD Vinyl LP Various Artists COLUMBIA. $ 0 bids. $4.
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    columbia jazz festival vinyl lp columbia records various artists el gato $ TOTO VINYL LP COLUMBIA RECORDS CHILD'S ANTHEM, GEORGY PORGY, ANGELA, EX.
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    Item # · Rock & Pop LP. BANGO: SHADOKS M-$ gram reissue, small corner ding. cuts - current music at columbia university. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY M-$ small corner bends. have you the nerve to face the woody peakers. VINYL SALVAGE M-$ Italy, 2 corner bends, corner ding.
  4. Fenrikora Reply
    The Department of Music at Columbia is one of the oldest and most distinguished at any American university, supporting scholarly and scientific inquiry into music at .
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    Apr 14,  · Columbia Records is the oldest brand name in recorded sound. Founded in January in Washington DC as the Columbia Phonograph Co. by Edward D. Easton, the company first sold phonograph cylinders and later disc records. For all unofficial / bootleg copies of this label please use Columbia (2) It opened a British operation shortly afterwards.
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    Columbia Records puts the needle down on history’s first successful microgroove plastic, inch, /3 LPs in New York, sparking a music-industry standard so strong that the digital age.
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    Mar 18,  · The first pop LP officially released was a reissue of Frank Sinatra's The Voice Of Frank Sinatra in The single 10 inch disc replaced four 78 rpm records. In Columbia Records introduced the standard 33 1/3 rpm LP that would become a music industry standard for nearly 50 years.
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    (1A-I) Red "Microgroove" 10" @ {}.(2A-C) Red "Long Playing" 10" @ & 12" {}.(3A-H) Red "6 eye" label 10" & 12" mono & stereo {}.(4A-B) Gold label "Adventures In Sound" WL series {late s}.(5A-F) Red mono with "guaranteed high fidelity" written at bottom , then mono " sound" on bottom .
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    Charles Dodge ran the computer music program at Columbia until, I think, the late 's. Earth's Magnetic Field () and Changes () were two computer pieces by Dodge that I know of that were produced using facilities at the Columbia Computer Center and the C-PEMC; both were published on vinyl LPs by Nonesuch Records.[Howard Eskin of Watson Lab collaborated on these productions; .

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