Thanks boys (more work!) The magazine itself seems around 90% 50’s hi-fi advertising so I’ve edited out the ad, and screen-captured it from the pdf at 200%, to make it more readable at full screen. (On your “smartphone”, good luck!)
I learned a good few things from it, you may too. Classmates, be warned, you may be tested on the detail later. For me, Bob Weinstock emerges as a far more sympathetic character than I originally gave him credit for. However somebody has to take responsibility for those pressings cut with recycled vinyl.
This is the first course material leading to the LJC University Master of Jazz on Vinyl diploma. With the letters LJC.U – M.J.V. after your name, your posts on Organissimo or Steve Hoffman Forum become automatically more authoritative, more credible, engendering respect, routinely crushing dissent.
16-3rd: The Revolution that nearly was.
Blue Note: Dottorjazz Blue Note Illustrated: Original First Mono Pressings Edition 2 – in five parts
Edition 2 available – previous links to mega hosting no longer work, now removed. Go here:
LJC University, South London Campus – Students Union Bar
Now that’s more like it!