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JoJogulDefunct US Pressing Plant / Mastering House owned by Sidney J. Wakefield. (Deceased in ) Also credited as: · Wakefield Mfg. · Wakefield Mfg., Inc. Richard Wakefield, his son, was president and CEO according to according to a Billboard article. Closed in Engineers known to have worked here; Plating supervisor was Gary.
MazugamiBiographical History. Bob Considine () was an American journalist and author, best known as the author of Thirty Seconds over Tokyo and The Babe Ruth Story, and for his long-running syndicated daily column "On the Line," which ran for thirty years in newspapers across the United States.
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MazumuroMar 09, · - there is a compromise between the maximum dynamic range and the costs associated with the thickness of the vinyl; (1) - there is a compromise between the longevity of the finished LP and the costs associated with the quality of the vinyl. The current "retro" movement favoring vinyl has led to a new credulity towards the virtues of the medium.