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February 17, What a Mess This is an attempt at a complete, comprehensive discography of stereo 45s issued in the United States between the years and We welcome additions and corrections. Both the major labels and smaller Independent labels issued stereo 45s. During the years just after stereo was first demonstrated on vinyl disc it had been available on reel-to-reel tape for several years before Audio Fidelity demonstrated the first stereo disc at Times Auditorium in New York City on December 13,the stereo single was pretty much experimental with about one stereo copy for every several hundred or even a thousand mono copies.
Part of this was due to the higher cost of pressing up these special stereo disks, but also it was due to low demand by listeners.
As stereo 45s were not compatible with mono 45s, expensive special stereo equipment was needed, which most households didn't have and couldn't afford.
Basically, the general household of the late s and early s simply were not ready for the stereo If the households were not ready for it, neither were the record labels, who scrambled to launch "the next big thing. How shall we number them?
Are they mostly for the new stereo juke boxes, or is there a commercial market? There was little consistency to the releases across labels. Some companies used the same numbering system as the mono issues with just an "S" added to front or back of the number, or sometimes they couldn't make up their minds.
In the case of ABC-Paramount, for example, they started with the S number, tried S for a few issues, then finally settled on S as their numbering format. Other companies had a special numbering system that differed completely from their mono counterparts, such as Dot, who started the series for their stereo 45s, while mono counterparts were in the series.
When a company just added an "S" to the mono counterpart for a stereo issue, it does not follow that all mono numbers from that series were issued in stereo, so the stereo discography often has gaps in the sequence. Some companies had the same labels as the mono counterparts with a stereo overprint, such as Jamie, while other companies had a special label design for their stereo issues, such as Original Sound.
Some labels, such as Capitol, used the same design but changed colors for the stereo version. Most stereo singles had mono counterparts, but both RCA and Roulette had stereo 45 series with no mono counterparts.
And Roulette even changed one of their stereo 45 series to stereo 33s, using a continuation of the same stereo numbering sequence. What confusion for discographers! Some record companies also printed up custom stereo sleeves for their stereo 45s several examples of stereo sleeves are presented on this page.
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