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Audiophile Records - The First Compact Disc Sampler

Audiophile Records - The First Compact Disc Sampler

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Audiophile Records is a record company and label founded in 1947 by Ewing Dunbar Nunn to produce recordings of Dixieland jazz. A very few of the early pressings were classical music, Robert Noehren on pipe organ, AP-2 and AP-9 for example.

Audiophile's albums were pressed by the Wakefield company in Phoenix, Arizona on transparent red vinyl, similar to the red vinyl used by RCA for many of its early microgroove releases. Its early albums were released on 78, which was thought to offer greater fidelity. Nunn is best known for his high-fidelity, monophonic 78 recordings. As recording technology improved, he produced 33 1/3 LPs and eventually stereo.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audiophile_Records

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