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I was just hoping that you could cut them in 4. I wanted to make places for FP records and tapes if we find them in their original packaging, because otherwise, you can't tell them from 3rd version BR/BT covers.
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I think those were color-coded for easy piano and harder piano, but I can't read that number. I haven't looked at the sheet music in a while, though.
   
Shoot, I didn't even notice that! I think that's a transition cover, and I've only found it on the E&B 45's. I've never seen a CRA cover for the SS1 45's, although I've found one label, and I've found evidence of more. I read somewhere that Columbia spun off its kid division, which turned into CRA, which would explain the similar (and in some cases identical) numbering system, and I even see Columbia matrix numbers (that's the XSM number unique to each side) on the later Bremen and Frog Prince. But I need to do more research on that.
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I was hoping that you could cut the FP books and records into 4 pieces. I wanted to make places for FP records and tapes if we find them in their original packaging, because otherwise, you can't tell them from 3rd version BR/BT covers.
   
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Shoot, I didn't even notice that prefix! I think that's a transition cover, and I've only found it on the E&B 45's. I've never seen a CRA cover for the SS1 45's, although I've found one label, and I've found evidence of more. I read somewhere that Columbia spun off its kid division, which turned into CRA, which would explain the similar (and in some cases identical) numbering system, and I even see Columbia matrix numbers (that's the XSM number unique to each side) on the later Bremen and Frog Prince. But I need to do more research on that.
   
I think the sheet music books from Warner were color-coded for easy piano and harder piano, but I can't read that number. I haven't looked at the sheet music in a while, though.
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Latest revision as of 04:50, October 14, 2012

I think those were color-coded for easy piano and harder piano, but I can't read that number. I haven't looked at the sheet music in a while, though.

I was hoping that you could cut the FP books and records into 4 pieces. I wanted to make places for FP records and tapes if we find them in their original packaging, because otherwise, you can't tell them from 3rd version BR/BT covers.

Shoot, I didn't even notice that prefix! I think that's a transition cover, and I've only found it on the E&B 45's. I've never seen a CRA cover for the SS1 45's, although I've found one label, and I've found evidence of more. I read somewhere that Columbia spun off its kid division, which turned into CRA, which would explain the similar (and in some cases identical) numbering system, and I even see Columbia matrix numbers (that's the XSM number unique to each side) on the later Bremen and Frog Prince. But I need to do more research on that.

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