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Record Details



Artist:Eddy Arnold
Label:  RCA Victor
Country:USA
Catalogue:48-0001
Date:31 Mar 1949
Format:7"
Collection:  I Own It     I Want It 
Community:14 Own, 4 Want
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TrackArtistTitleComposerProducerRating
AEddy ArnoldTexarkana BabyCottonseed Clark, Fred RoseRate
BEddy ArnoldBouquet Of RosesSteve Nelson, Bob HilliardRate


Notes

The first commercially available 45 rpm record!
Second pressings have green label, black vinyl.
Both tracks reached number one on the US Country Chart.

Images



Number: 925292  (Main Image)
Uploaded By: spidey
Description: A side label


Number: 925293 
Uploaded By: spidey
Description: B side label


Number: 1463557 
Uploaded By: fredhoyt
Description: RCA Victor 0001 101


Number: 225491 
Uploaded By: jukeboxbyjonesy
Edited By: doormanperdomo
Description: A side


Number: 783429 
Uploaded By: Joehilllouis
Description: Bouquet Of Roses


Number: 783430 
Uploaded By: Joehilllouis
Description: Bouquet Of Roses


Number: 225492  (Hidden)
Uploaded By: jukeboxbyjonesy
Description: label close up


Comments
 
jazzmicke
31st Mar 2014
 Side B, from the 65th birthday "baby" of today, March 31st, 2014

 

 
Whyperion
30th Mar 2014
 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03ynn8g
 

 
zabadak
1st Apr 2013
 Very nice!
 

 
Joehilllouis
1st Apr 2013
 added some RCA Victor promo material from 1949
 

 
Joehilllouis
1st Apr 2013
 In 1949 RCA introduced their first 45 record player and a 45 record line.
Eddy arnolds 45 was the first country issue ever on 45 rpm
When RCA first introduced the 45 rpm record in 1949 they issued them on different colors of vinyl to indicate the type of music the record was. While the color coding didn't catch on the 45's certainly did. Arthur Crudup’s single That’s all right was the first blues 45

ORANGE R&B series
50-0000 Arthur Big Boy Crudup "Thats all right/Crudup after hours" 1949
50-0001 Arthur Big Boy Crudup "Boy friend blues/Katie May" 1949
50-0002 Tampa Red & Big Maceo "If you ever change your ways/Chicago Breakdown 1949

GREEN Country series
48-0001 Eddy Arnold "Bouquet of roses/Texarkana Baby" March 1949
48-0002 Eddy Arnold "Anytime/What a fool was I" Apr 1949
48-0003 Pee Wee KIng "Rootie Tootie/Tennessee Waltz Apr 1949
 

 
kimbozw
22nd Aug 2012
 here's where it all began, audiophiles ... :)
 

 
VinylSid
3rd Jul 2012
 
 

 
amtech24
11th Aug 2011
 Originals on green vinyl pressing. Second pressings on green label, black vinyl.
 


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