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GUEST,Phil d'Conch Stinson Records Revisted (58* d) RE: Stinson Records Revisted 10 Dec 20


Genuine Soviet pressings have 揟he New York Fair 1򊷳9 around the top border of the center labels. The 'Worker Joe' logo stands on the record company or label name 揢SSR center-center, in large block lettering. There is no credit for distribution.

In many ways they are a page out of Milt Gabler's United Hot Club playbook; twenty-five disparate earlier releases collated, repackaged and reissued on a new label just for the occasion. The total Soviet press run is estimated at 50000 units (2000ea.) They are not all that rare.

Stinson Trading Co. had the genuine 揷ut-outs on sale everywhere in the first weeks of December, 1939 before the Soviets had even finished tearing down their pavilion over at the fairgounds.


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