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This afternoon's vintage-LP listening comes with a technical note.
And our tech talk today centers on a question: You ever wonder how stereo records put the stereo on the record?
Well, the top photo of the inner sleeve of our 1958 release by David Carroll and His Orchestra explains how the modern marvel of stereophonic records work. And it also contains a caveat for the stereo newbie, as nearly everyone was 57 years ago -- do not play this thing on a monophonic record player.
A mono cartridge on your mono phonograph will tear this sucker up.
See the explanation on the record sleeve for why that is.