Offered for sale is an early original Living Stereo pressing of Music for Bang, Baaroom and Harp, issued in 1958 by RCA Records as LSP-1866. This is a first issue with 1S stampers on both sides and is in great condition.
About this copy: This particular copy is an original stereo pressing, with 1S stampers on both sides. While not mint, the disc is a very nice VG++, with just a few scuffs from the heavy paper inner sleeve. This record has clearly had very little play. The cover is VG+, with moderate wear and a repaired 1″ seam split. The original RCA inner sleeve is included. There is an original price sticker on the cover.
A great and affordable opportunity to hear a true first pressing of this audiophile classic and one of the nicest copies of this LP we’ve ever seen.
Background: Music for Bang, Baaroom and Harp has long been an audiophile favorite, and it’s one of the iconic stereo demonstration discs from the golden age of stereo. While it’s light pop, the tunes are catchy enough and the soundstage is huge and wide. In addition, the music moves across the room and on one track, you’ll hear tap dancers moving from left to right and back again. It might be lightweight musically, but it’s a treat to hear and a great way to show off your stereo.
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