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Thursday, 30 September 2010

4 STAR OP 148


  1. I have always been interested in Four Star (CA) is there a complete list of their OP pressings anywhere? I had the a side on a collector clcd boppin' hillbilly cd but did not know the original label so thanks for this one & many more 4st pressing to come I hope. The Drunken Hobo

  2. I propose to move the OP releases to a seperate blogg at sometime, but for the moment I'm going to leave them here. Regarding a 4 STAR "OP" Listing, we published one in 1996, and the Swedish journel American Music Magazine republished it a few years back.

    Try www.americanmusicmagazine.com

  3. Looking forward to that new 4st blog. Could not get the link to work to the mag but thanks anyway. I'm happy to wait for them to appear like magic to entertain & educate us all. The Drunken Hobo