"Probably one of the most famous RCA's from the early stereo era. Catalog # LSC-2225. This is very rare since it was of limited supply in the USA after being recorded in England by UK Decca. Recorded in Kingsway Hall in London. Under the direction of Alexander Gibson conducting the New Symphony Orchestra of London. This is my pick for the most dynamic record RCA ever produced. Engineered by Kenneth Wilkinson and Ray Minshull. This record, known for its 3-D imaging, was recorded Dec. 1957. The Decca team used there famous Decca three miking technique which is a little different than US engineers. I personally feel that this is one of the top 5 RCA recordings of all time." - Popsike.
Original 1st Reissue from Classic Records (180g).
This copy is sealed from the 1995 first run of pressings by Classic Records.
This record is included on The Absolute Sound's (TAS) Super Disk list for its excellent high-fidelity sound.
Sealed Stereo Classic Records 1st Original Pressing
The 180g 1st release by Classic Records is considered by many to be the most desirable of their subsequent releases.
There is no return for any reason on a sealed record that has been opened.
Purchase any 3 or more of my LP's together and get 10% off the order as well as savings on shipping! Just click on "More From This Seller" to see a full listing!