DEMONSTRATION LP - DECCA
VA - A Journey into Stereo Sound 
One of those weird but interesting LP's.
01 No Artist Train Sequence 1:38
02 London Symphony Orchestra España (Excerpt) 1:23
03 Unknown Artist Tap Dance Sequence 0:53
04 Edmundo Ros And His Orchestra Under The Bridges Of Paris 1:09
05 Ernest Ansermet Rehersal Sequence 1:28
06 Orchestra Of The Suisse Romande Rite Of Spring (Excerpt) 1:15
07 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Die Walküre - Act 3 (Excerpt) 1:15
08 No Artist Racing Cars Sequence 0:52
09 Mantovani And His Orchestra True Love 3:13
10 No Artist Ceremony Of The Keys 4:04
11 The London Symphony Orchestra Capriccio Espangol (Excerpt) 1:37
12 Kirsten Flagstad With The London Philharmonic Orchestra O Divine Redeemer 1:37
13 Dave King With Orchestra Only One Of You 2:04
14 Vera Lynn With Orchestra Another Time 2:02
15 Ted Heath And His Music June Is Busting Out All Over 1:29
16 Wilhelm Backhaus With The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Piano Concerto No. 27 In B Flat Major (K. 595) (Excerpt) 1:35
17 Winifred Atwell Portrait Painter Of Paree 1:12
18 Paris Conservatoire Orchestra Symphonie Fantastique, Opus 14 (Excerpt) 3:00
Always good fun these........ReplyDelete
I like chucking these in from time to time.
My Dad bought this when it came out as it was a 'stereo demonstration' lp. One of the best and certainly an amazing thing when it came out and has warm memories for me! Do you have any of the early Decca Phase 4 lps?ReplyDelete
Glad to hear that the memories are strong for this set. I have a bunch of Decca Pase 4 LP's. Which LP's are you interested in?
Thanks. Don't know why that happened, must have hit a wrong button.ReplyDelete
Have a great day, lemonflag.
This lp appeared in the states as a 'Blue back' most of the London Blue Backs ( Powder Blue Colour back) are considered as very desirable items by the audiophile community., specially Earnest Ansermet ( one of the few artists) who did a great service to the label. I must have walked 'million miles' in search of these, as well as when I was a student in the UK to Oxford street HMV for good ol' Decca SXL/ Columbia SAX stereos. ... Thanks Butter.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing that story, Professor.Delete
It heartwarming to hear that these posts bring joy to some.