RCA Half Track MONO Tapes 1954 - 1957    |    RCA 2-Track Tapes 1954 - 1956    |    RCA 2-Track Tapes 1957 - 1959


RCA Victor Pre-Recorded 2-Track
STEREO-Orthophonic Reel-to-Reel tapes 1957-59

 

CCS-23   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Inge Borkh, soprano
R Strauss: Salome, Op 54 - Dance of the seven veils / Final scene (1957)

 

Recorded March 8, 1954 / December 10, 1955, Orchestra Hall, Chicago.
Note: 'Veils' was originally released in MONO on LM-1806 in 1954, 'Final scene' on LM-6047 in 1956.
First edition tape box with nationally advertised price printed on the upper left-hand corner.

 

FCS-24   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Jascha Heifetz, violin
Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, Op 61 (1957)

 

Recorded November 27, 1955, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. Originally released 1956 as LM-1992 in MONO.
Note: First edition tape box with nationally advertised price printed on the upper left-hand corner.

 

ACS-25   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Liszt: Mephisto waltz (1957)

 

Recorded December 10, 1955, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. Originally released 1956 on LM-1999 (see ACS-26).
Note: First edition tape box with nationally advertised price printed on the upper left-hand corner.

 

ACS-26   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Tchaikovsky: 1812 overture (1957)

 

Recorded January 7, 1956, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. Originally released 1956 on LM-1999 in MONO.
Note: First edition tape box with nationally advertised price printed on the upper left-hand corner.

 

ACS-27   Fritz Reiner - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
R Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, Op 28 (1957)

 

Recorded September 4 and 7, 1956 in Vienna, Austria. Also released in MONO on LM-2077.
First edition tape box with nationally advertised price printed on the upper left-hand corner.

 

CCS-28   Fritz Reiner - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
R Strauss: Death and Transfiguration, Op 24 (1957)

 

Recorded September 4 and 7, 1956 in Vienna, Austria. Also released in MONO on LM-2077.
First edition tape box with nationally advertised price printed on the upper left-hand corner.

 

CCS-29   Leopold Stokowski - Members of the NBC Symphony Orchestra
Menotti: Ballet Suite from Sebastian (1957)

 

Recorded September 28 and 30, 1954 at Manhattan Center, NYC. RCA Victor originally released this 1955 in MONO
as LM-1858. First edition tape box with nationally advertised price printed on the upper left-hand corner.

 

CCS-30   Morton Gould and his Symphonic Band
Brass and Percussion - Sousa, Goldman, Gould (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2080.

 

BCS-31   Alfred Wallenstein - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra - Artur Rubinstein, piano
Liszt: Concerto No 1 in E-flat (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2068 (see ECS-19).

 

CCS-36   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Ravel: Rapsodie Espagnole / La Valse (1957)

 

Recorded January 23, 1956, Symphony Hall, Boston. Also released in MONO on LM-1984.

 

ACS-37   Nicolai Malko - Phliharmonia Orchestra
Prokofieff: Symphony No 1 in D, Op 25 ("Classical") (1957)

 

Recorded in the UK. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2092.

 

DCS-38   Nicolai Malko - Phliharmonia Orchestra
Prokofieff: Symphony No 7, Op 131 (1957)

 

Recorded in the UK. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2092.

 

DCS-39   Benny Goodman - Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Mozart: Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra, in A (K 622) (1957)

 

Recorded during the 19th Berkshire Festival in the Theatre-Concert Hall, Tanglewood,
Lenox, Massachusetts on July 6, 1956. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2073.

 

CCS-40   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Rimsky-Korsakoff: Suite from "Le Coq D'or" (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2100.

 

BCS-41   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
HiFi Fiedler (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2100.

 

GCS-42   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Brahms: Symphony No 1 in C-minor, Op 68 (1957)

 

Recorded November 19, 1956, Symphony Hall, Boston. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2097.

 

DCS-43   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
R Strauss: Suite from Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (1957)

 

Recorded April 17, 1956, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. RCA Victor also released this in MONO in 1956 as LM-6047.

 

CCS-45   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Strauss Waltzes (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2028 in 1956.

 

CCS-46   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Waltzes by the Strauss Family (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2028 in 1956.
This was the 2nd to last release in RCA's July 1957 reel-to-reel tape catalog.

 

DCS-47   Alfred Wallenstein - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra - Artur Rubinstein, piano
Grieg: Concerto in A Minor, Op 16 (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO.

 

Catalog:   RCA Victor pre-recorded Tapes
Including dual track stereo-orthophonic. All with brilliant "New Orthophonic" High Fidelity Sound (July 1957)

 

Contains all Classical stereo tapes up to DCS-47 and Popular tapes CPS-69 and CPS-71.
From the same catalog, RCA's tape prefixes are explained to the right.

 

BCS-48   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Beethoven: Leonore Overture No 3, Op 72a / Cariolan Overture, Op 62 (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO in 1956.

 

ACS-49   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Offenbach: The Tales of Hoffmann: Intermezzo / Orpheus in Hades: Overture (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-1990 in 1956.

 

BCS-50   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Offenbach Melodies: La Belle Hélène Overture / La Périchole selection (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-1990 in 1956.

 

DCS-51   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini, Op 32 (Fantasy after Dante) (1957)

 

Recorded April 23, 1956, Symphony Hall, Boston. Also released in MONO on LM-2043.

 

BCS-52   Morton Gould and his Orchestra
The World's Best-Loved Waltzes (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2072.

 

CCS-53   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Rossini-Respighi: La Boutique Fantasque (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2084.

 

ACS-54   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Ibert: Divertissement (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2084.

 

BCS-55   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Wagner: Tannhäuser Overture and Venusberg music (Paris Version) (1957)

 

Recorded April 1, 1957, Symphony Hall, Boston. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2119.

 

CCS-56   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Debussy: La Mer (1957)

 

Recorded December 9, 1956, Symphony Hall, Boston. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2111.

 

ACS-57   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Ibert: Escales (Ports of Call) (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO.

 

ECS-58   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Franck: Symphony in D-minor (1957)

 

Recorded March 11, 1957, Symphony Hall, Boston. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2131.

 

FCS-60   Josef Krips - Symphony of the Air - Artur Rubinstein, piano
Beethoven: Concerto No 4 in G, Op 58 (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2124.

 

FCS-61   Josef Krips - Symphony of the Air - Artur Rubinstein, piano
Beethoven: Concerto No 5 in E-flat, Op 73 ("Emperor") (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2124.

 

BCS-62   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Tchaikovsky: Suite from The Nutcracker (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2052.

 

ACS-63   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Vienna: J Strauss, Jr: Morning Papers / Josef Strauss: Village Swallows (1957)

 

Recorded April 15-16, 1957, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2112.

 

DCS-64   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Jascha Heifetz, violin
Tchaikovsky: Concerto in D, Op 35 (1957)

 

Recorded April 19, 1957, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2129.
Note the German 'Tschaikowsky' transcription from Cyrillic used for this release.

 

CCS-65   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Byron Janis, pianist
Rachmaninoff: Concerto No 1, in F-Sharp Minor, Op 1 (1957)

 

Recorded March 2, 1957, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2127.

 

CCS-66   Charles Munch - Strings of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings, Op 48 (1957)

 

Recorded March 13, 1957, Symphony Hall, Boston. RCA Victor also released this in MONO on LM-2105.

 

ECS-67   Pierre Monteux - Paris Conservatiore Orchestra
Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring (Le Sacre de Printemps) (1957)

 

Recorded in France. RCA Victor also released this in MONO.

 

CPS-69   Skitch Henderson and His Orchestra
Sketches by Skitch (July 1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-70   Frankie Carle, his Piano and Orchestra
Around the world (July 1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-71   Lena Horne with Nat Brandwynne's Orchestra
Lena Horne at the Waldorf Astoria (July 1957)

 

Recorded live on February 20, 1957. Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-72   Paul Lavalle - His woodwinds and his band
Lavalle in Hi-Fi (1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-73   Joe Riesman and his Orchestra
Party Night at Joe's (1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-74   Al Nevins and his Orchestra
Lights and Shadows, Dinner music by Al Nevins and his Orchestra (1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-75   The Ames Brothers orchestrated and conducted by Bill Finegan
Sweet Seventgeen (1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-76   Eddie Heywood
Canadian Sunset (1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-78   Dennis Farnon and his Orchestra
Caution! Men swinging (1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-80   Phineas Newborn, Jr with Dennis Farnon and his Orchestra
While My Lady Sleeps (1957)

 

Birdland series, blue label.

 

CPS-82   The new Glenn Miller Orchestra directed by Ray McKinley
In Hi-Fi (1957)

 

Recorded May 20, 1957. Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-83   Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra
In Hi-Fi (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-84   The Millard Thomas Group
Harry Belafonte presents The Millard Thomas Group in Music and Songs of the Caribbean (1957)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-85   Julie Andrews
The Lass with the Delicate Air (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CCS-86   The Robert Shaw Chorale
Christmas Hymns and Carols, vol 1 (1957)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2139.

 

ACS-87   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
J Strauss, Jr: Emperor Waltz / On the Beautiful Blue Danube (1957)

 

Recorded April 15-16, 1957, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2112.

 

BCS-88   Pierre Monteux - Paris Conservatiore Orchestra
Stravinsky: The Firebird Suite (1958)

 

Recorded in France. RCA Victor also released this in MONO.

 

CCS-91   Arthur Fiedler - Boston Pops Orchestra
Johan Strauss, Jr: Selections from Die Fledermaus (1958)

 

RCA Victor had originally released this in MONO on LM-2130 in 1957.

 

APS-93   Abbe Lane with Tito Puente and His Orchestra
Be Mine Tonight (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CCS-95   Enrique Jorda - San Francisco Symphony Orchestra - Artur Rubinstein, piano
Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain (1958)

 

RCA Victor also released this in MONO.

 

BCS-96   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Prokofieff: Lieutenant Kije, Op 60 (1958)

 

Recorded March 2, 1957, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. RCA Victor originally released this in MONO as LM-2150.

 

CCS-97   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Stravinsky: Song of the Nightingale (Symphonic Poem) (1958)

 

Recorded November 3, 1956, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. RCA Victor originally released this in MONO on LM-2150.

 

ACS-99   Fritz Reiner - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Weber: Invitation to the Dance / R Strauss: Waltzes from "Der Rosenkavalier" (1958)

 

Recorded April 15-16, 1957, Orchestra Hall, Chicago. RCA Victor also released this in MONO as LM-2112.

 

GPS-100   Jamaica
An Original Cast Album of the Broadway Hit Musical Comedy (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-101   The Three Suns with Al Nevins, conductor
Let's Dance with (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-102   Lee Wiley with Billy Butterfield and His Orchestra
A Touch of the Blues (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-103   The Voices of Walter Schumann with Orchestra conducted by Henri René
Walter Schumann Presents The Voices (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-105   Perez Prado and His Orchestra
Prez (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

Catalog:   RCA Victor Stereo Tapes
Including monaural. All with brilliant "New Orthophonic" High Fidelity Sound (February 1958)

Contains all Classical stereo tapes up to BCS-96 and Popular tapes up to APS-105.
"South Pacific" is announced on the last page but does not yet have a catalog number affixed to it.

 

CPS-108   Raintree County (Highlights)
An Original Soundtrack Recording (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

GPS-109   South Pacific
An Original Soundtrack Recording (March 1958)

 

 

Popular series, blue label. Insert included in the package.

 

CPS-111   Skitch Henderson and His Orchestra
On the Bandstand (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-113   The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra
Straight Down the Middle (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-114   Jerome Hines
The Holy City (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-116   The South Seacombers
South Sea Moods (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-117   Tony Cabot and His Orchestra
Dancing on Park Avenue (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-118   Harry Belafonte
Belafonte sings the Blues (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-119   Jan Peerce with Joe Riesman and His Orchestra
Jan Peerce in Las Vegas (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-124   George Melachrino and his Orchestra
Under Western Skies (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-127   Luiz Arcaraz and his Orchestra
Dance Break (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-128   Bob Scobey's Frisco Jazz Band with Clancy Hayes
Between 18th and 19th and on Any Street (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-129   Frankie Carle and his Orchestra
Frankie Carle and his Beautiful Dolls (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-130   The Three Suns with Pipe Organ
The Things I Love in Hi-Fi (1958)

 

Recorded at the Paramount Theatre, NYC with Alfredo Mendez on the Mighty
Wurlitzer pipe organ and Al Nevins conducting. Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-131   Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra
Have a Wonderful Weekend (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-133   Guckenheimer Sour Kraut Band
Music for Non-Thinkers (1958)

 

Recorded in San Fransisco on December 29, 1957. Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-134   Al Nevins and His Orchestra
Dancing with the Blues (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-136   The new Glenn Miller Orchestra directed by Ray McKinley
Something old, new, borrowed and blue (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-138   The Band of the Coldstream Guards conducted by Douglas A Pope
In London with The Coldstream Guards (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BCS-139   Charles Munch - Strings of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Barber: Adagio for Strings, Op 11 / Elgar: Introduction and Allegro for Strings, Op 47 (1958)

 

Recorded April 3, 1957, Symphony Hall, Boston. Originally released 1957 in MONO on LM-2105.

 

CPS-141   Giorgio Tozzi - Kathy Barr
Selections from The Desert Song (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-143   Various Artists - Dancing Through Space
A Stereo Dance Holiday with 10 Name Bands (1958)

 

Contains selections from CPS-70 to CPS-144. Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-145   George Feyer
George Feyer takes you to Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! (September 1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-146   George Feyer
George Feyer takes you to Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific (September 1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

ACS-147   Charles Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Barber: Medea's Mediation and Dance of Vengeance (1958)

 

Recorded April 10, 1957, Symphony Hall, Boston. Originally released 1957 in MONO on LM-2197.

 

FPS-150   Say, Darling
An original cast recording (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

GCS-151   Pierre Monteux - London Symphony Orchestra
Tchaikovsky: Excerpts from the Sleeping Beauty, Op 66 (1958)

 

Red Seal, red label.

 

CPS-152   Harry Belafonte
Love Is a Gentle Thing (1959)

 

Recorded in New York and Hollywood, 1958. Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-153   Perry Como
Saturday Night with Mr C (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-154   Skitch Henderson and His Orchestra
Pop goes the Concert (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-156   Hugo Winterhalter and his Orchestra
Hugo Winterhalter Goes... Latin (1958)

 

Recorded at Manhattan Center, New York in July 1958. Popular series, blue label.

 

CCS-160   Morton Gould and His Orchestra
Copland: Billy the Kid (Ballet Suite) / Billy the Kid Waltz (1958)

 

Red Seal, classical series.

 

CPS-165   Eddie Heywood
The Touch of Eddie Heywood (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-167   Eartha Kitt with Shorty Rogers and His Giants
St Louis Blues (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-168   The Melachrino Orchestra conducted by George Melachrino
Lisbon at Twilight (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-169   The Belafonte Singers
Presenting the Belafonte Singers (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-170   Abbe Lane with Sid Ramin' Orchestra
The Lady in Red (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-171   Esquivel and His Orchestra
Other Worlds Other Sounds (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-172   The Melachrino Strings and Orchestra conducted by George Melachrino
Music for Relaxation (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

FPS-175   Orchestra and Chorus under the direction of Lehman Engel
The Chocolate Soldier (abridged) (1959)

 

Recorded in March and April 1958 in New York City. Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-186   Ray Hartley, Piano with David Terry and His Orchestra
The Trembling of a Leaf and The Sound of the Sea (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

ECS-187   Kirill Kondrashin - Symphony of the Air - Harvey Lavan "Van" Cliburn, piano
Tchaikovsky: Concerto No 1 in B-flat Minor, Op 23 (1958)

 

Recorded at Carnegie Hall on May 19, 1958. RCA Victor also released this
as LM/LSC-2252. This was the final Classical Stereo-Orthophonic 2-Track release.

 

CPS-191   Meyer Davis and his Orchestra
Dancing with the smart set (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-199   Bob Bollard, producer and Ray Hall, engineer
Bob and Ray throws a stereo spectacular (various artists) (1958)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

Catalog:   SAVE on RCA Victor Stereo Reel Tapes
Living Stereo - Now, at new low prices! (October 1958)

Contains a selection of Classical tapes up
to ECS-187 and Popular tapes up to CPS-199.

 

BPS-200   The Big 18
Live Echoes of the Swinging Bands (1959)

 

Recorded June and July 1958 in New York City. Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-201   George Feyer
Memories of Popular Operas (1959)

 

Recorded November 5 and 9, 1958 in New York City. Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-202   Sid Ramin and His Orchestra
Love is a swingin' word (1959)

 

Recorded in September 1958 in Webster Hall, NYC. Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-203   Dick Schory's New Percussion Ensemble
Music for Bang, Baa-room and Harp (1959)

 

Recorded in Orchestra Hall, Chicago in June 1958. Popular series, blue label.

 

FPS-207   Henry René and His Orchestra, Gogi Grant, Howard Keel and Anne Jeffreys
Show Boat, an original Cast Recording (1959)

 

Recorded November 1958 in Hollywood. Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-210   The Three Suns
Love in the Afternoon (1959)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-218   The Melachrino Strings and Orchestra
Rendezvous in Rome (1959)

 

Recorded in London, UK. Popular series, blue label.

 

DPS-219   Perry Como
When Your Come to the End of the Day (1959)

 

Recorded in New York in April - June 1958. Popular series, blue label.

 

BCS-221   Destination Stereo
Selections from 4 outstanding RCA Victor Recordings in Living Stereo (1959)

 

This was the final tape release of the Red Seal classical series.

 

APS-227   Esquivel and His Orchestra
Strings Aflame (1959)

 

Recorded in January and February 1959 in Webster Hall, NYC. Popular series, blue label.

 

FPS-233   Redhead
An Original Cast Recording (1959)

 

Recorded February 8, 1959 in RCA Victor's Studio A, NYC. Popular series, blue label.

 

EPS-236   Lena Horne - Harry Belafonte
Porgy and Bess (1959)

 

Recorded in February 1959. Popular series, blue label.

 

APS-238   Perez Prado and His Orchestra
Pops and Prado (1959)

 

Recorded in Webster Hall, NYC. Popular series, blue label.

 

BPS-239   Pat Suzuki with Henri René and His Orchestra
Miss Pony Tail (1959)

 

Recorded April 28 and May 1, 1958 in Webster Hall in New York City. Popular series, blue label.

 

FPS-241   The Music from "Peter Gunn"
Composed and conducted by Henry Mancini, from the NBC television series (1959)

 

Recorded in Hollywood in August and September 1958. Popular series, blue label.

 

GPS-242   An Evening with Lerner and Loewe
Selections from Brigadoon and My Fair Lady (1959)

 

Popular series, blue label.

 

EPS-243   The Markko Polo Adventurers
Orienta - Impressions in Music and Sound (1959)

 

Recorded in Hollywood in May and June 1958. Popular series, blue label.

 

EPS-244   Larry Elgart and His Orchestra
New Sounds at the Roosevelt (1959)

 

Recorded in New York in January and April 1959. Popular
series, blue label. Liner notes by Hugh M Hefner.

 

BPS-245   More Music from "Peter Gunn"
More music from the sound track of the NBC-TV series "Peter Gunn" composed and conducted by Henry Mancini (1959)

 

Recorded in Hollywood in February and March 1959. Popular series, blue label.

 

CPS-246   Larry Elgart and His Orchestra
Larry Elgart and His Orchestra (1959)

 

Recorded November 11, 13 and 18, 1958 in Webster Hall, NYC. Popular series, blue label.

 

EPS-247   Pat Suzuki
Pat Suzuki's Broadway '59 (1959)

 

This was the last 2-Track "stereo-orthophonic" tape release from RCA. Popular series, blue label.

 

Catalog:   RCA Victor Living Stereo Reel Tapes
The World's Largest Catalog of 2-Track Reel Tapes (February 1960)

Contains a selection of Classical and Popular tapes up to EPS-247.
The 2-Track format was discontinued in 1960 and replaced by the
more economical/practical but sonically inferior 4-Track format.

 

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