Monthly Archives: November 2011

remington records steinweiss with musirama

Starting sometime in 1952 or 1953 remington records put stickers on their front covers. some of these are fairly unobtrusive little gold stickers. And some of them are triangles in the lower right corner that say “Musirama”. Various covers exist … Continue reading

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the next few remington records, 1952 or 1953

again, steinweiss and witt. Mostly Steinweiss at this point, both in the overall layout and in the layout of the part that was unique to each record. one of these is by curt john witt. Note the appearance of little … Continue reading

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remington records steinweiss and witt

the next few Remingtons. Steinweiss designed the layout, and did all the covers except one of these. Curt John Witt did the design on the first one.

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more remington records including box sets by steinweiss

The next few Remington records that I have. The first two are box sets, the covers are by alex Steinweiss. then two with covers by artists I don’t recognize, one signed Einhorn is quite lovely. Then another Steinweiss, in two … Continue reading

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remington records 1952, the next five

This is the back of R199-085. Followed by five more designs – all of them on Steinweiss’ overall layout for Remington records of 1952. Designs are by Witt, Steinweiss, Einhorn. I think Madame Butterfly is one of Witt’s best designs.

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remington 1952

Three covers from Remington in 1952, when they were putting informative material on the back covers. One of these backs is wrong, I will post the right one next. First one by Steinweiss, three variants, all with the same back. … Continue reading

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the next few Remington covers, Curt John Witt and Alex Steinweiss

Nothing much to say,except that Steinweiss did the overall layout of the covers and Witt used that layout to create the designs.

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