Edison Bell Electron

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"Electron records were a superior product from J. E. Hough's Edison Bell company, to replace the acoustically recorded "Velvet Face" records. Electrons were all electric recordings and all British matrices. Their price means they did not sell well and are rarely found today, compared with Winner records. They were available from 1927 to 1929 and the catalogue ran from 0150 to 0303. A 12" series was also produced in an X-500 series, which ran until about X-566, with the same label design." Page belongs to Michael Thomas.

Author(s): 
Thomas, Michael; Badrock, Arthur;
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Last updated: January 08, 2016
Format: 
Website
Language: 
English
Type: 
Label, National