Goodson

Annotation: 

"One of the more eccentric flexible records available during the late 1920s and early 1930s, Goodson (named after the company's owner, Jack Goodson) were made out of a flexible white material known as Rhodoid. They cost 1/9 and purchasers were encouraged to play them with a used needle; "Greater purity of sound is thus produced", according to the publicity. U.S. masters were from Emerson, Grey Gull, Banner & QRS. UK masters recorded by Goodson were used later on (these have an S- prefixed master number)." Additional credits: Bill Dean-Myatt, Richard Prout. Page belongs to Michael Thomas.

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